Moses came down from Mount Sinai
with the Ten Commandments from God, he found
that the people had taken their jewelry and
fashioned themselves a god in the form of a
"golden calf." "They sat down
to eat and drink and got up to play."
In effect, they got tired of waiting for
Moses and the things of God and decided to
party and worship an idol. God called them
"stiffnecked" or stubborn. Then,
in Exodus 32, in verses 19 and 20 it says:
"And it came to pass, as soon as he
came nigh unto the camp, that he saw the
calf, and the dancing: and Moses' anger
waxed hot, and he cast the tables out of his
hands, and brake them beneath the mount.
20 And he took the [golden] calf which they
had made, and burnt it in the fire, and
ground it to powder, and strowed it upon the
water, and made the children of Israel drink
may be the first mental and spiritual health recipe given
in the history of mankind. This crude "colloidal gold"
formula was prescribed by Moses for the impatience and disobedience
of the nation of Israel. It is still used by many as a natural
supplement for that and other symptoms of mental discountenance
Elixir of Life, a potion made from gold, was discussed,
if not actually manufactured, in ancient times in Alexandria,
Egypt by a group of adepts known as Alchemists. In the 16th
century the alchemist Paracelsus, one of the greatest known
alchemist/chemists, founded the school of iatrochemistry,
the chemistry of medicines, which is the forerunner of modern
pharmacology. Paracelsus claimed to have created a potion
called Aurum Potabile (Latin: potable gold). He developed
formulations from metallic minerals, one of which was gold,
to support the rejuvenation of the health.
gold has also been used since Ancient Roman times to color
glass an intense red. In the 17th century the glass-coloring
process was refined by Andreus Cassius and Johann Kunchel.
In 1842, John Hershel invented a photographic process called
chrysotype (from the Greek word for gold) that used colloidal
gold to record images on paper. Paracelsus' work is known
to have inspired Michael Faraday to prepare the first pure
sample of colloidal gold, which he called 'activated gold',
in 1857. He used phosphorus to reduce a solution of gold
chloride. Faraday was the first to recognise that the color
was due to the minute size of the gold particles.
and the use of gold supplements spread to Arabia then throughout
the Middle East to India and China and eventually Europe.
Even today in China, the belief in the restorative properties
of gold remain intact in rural villages, where peasants
cook their rice with a gold coin to replenish the gold in
their bodies. It has been reported that in the early 1900's
doctors would implant a $5.00 gold piece near a knee joint.
Since 1927, gold salts have been used to relieve joint discomfort
and damage. Europeans have long been aware of the benefits
of gold in the body and have been buying gold coated pills
and 'gold water' over the counter for well over 100 years.
has reportedly been used in cases of glandular and neurological
incoordination. The body's warmth mechanism may also be
affected by gold, particularly in cases of chills and fever.
Nilo Cairo and A. Brinckmann wrote a best selling work entitled
"Materia Medica", (Sao Paulo, Brazil, 19th Edition,
1965), in which Colloidal Gold was listed as the number
one use against obesity. It seems to enhance the will and
mental ability to remain focused and not be distracted from
the task at hand.
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