rjkabbur wrote:Whether solid mercury (In normal temperature)made using of herbal extractions will be used in Industry, In which way it will be used.
Rowan wrote:Pharmaceuticals? Oh yeah, vaccines... injecting mercury into your blood stream; what a novel idea.
hwynnington wrote:What exactly is 'herbal extractions'? Is that a code word for marijuana/hemp? It seems a waste of herbs to mix it with mercury.
sourabh_23sep wrote:hwynnington wrote:What exactly is 'herbal extractions'? Is that a code word for marijuana/hemp? It seems a waste of herbs to mix it with mercury.
No. That doesnt mean marijuana/hemp. Although I havent still procured the process to solidify mercury, the maker of the solid mercury I have (in its purest form possible), told me that the time period is one month, to be able to convert liquid mercury to remain in its solid form under room temperature.
Darby » February 18th, 2015, 12:46 am wrote:Ok, it's very bad form to knock aspects of another faith, but I have to weigh in on this mercury compound.
I can see the pendulum angle, because Shiva as the lord of the dance of creation in the Hindu faith keeps time flowing with the beat of his finger cymbals, but adherents need a clock with a beat for their meditations and trance dances, hence the mechanical pendulum (no batteries required).
The solidified mercury compound is apparently considered holy in the faith because of the silvery appearance and ability to assume any form and shape, and it appears to be a specialty item made, sold and ingested by certain yogis and adherents of the faith as a form of sacred communion, in the belief that doing so is healthy and will bring good fortune, and bring them closer to Shiva. I get it. Silver has religious significance here the west as well, but we use real silver, not quicksilver. There are people here who like to add gold foils to certain drinks and desserts, but gold is non-toxic, so its not a problem. Mercury is different.
This is one of those instances where ancient beliefs and modern science are at loggerheads, because we now know that mercury (and most heavy metals in general) are toxic to the human body in any but the most miniscule amounts (such as the preservatives used in mascara and vaccines). This is not something that will sell here in the USA, because it falls under both toxic heavy metals and Pseudoscientific alternative medicine. The FDA will not allow it, and even if it wasnt mercury based the fact that the secondary ingredients are unlisted would be sufficient grounds to block its sale.
My understanding is that mercury modified (solidified) by spiritual masters (such as the modern day Shri SadhGuru Jaggi VasuDev) has certain spiritual vibrations that elevate consciousness, which in turn brings about good health and longevity.
I hope that we hear more about this from actual users of solidified mercury, and from masters like Shri SadhGuru Jaggi VasuDev.
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