For those not familiar with the concept of the white powder of gold-this is an ancient concept, having its roots in millennia long past. The white powder of gold is thought by some to have been the true manna, the “what is it?” of the ancient Jews and ancient Egyptians. There is also the stream of thought about the white powder of gold being the true Philosopher’s Stone sought by the alchemists, while also being the real “gold” that comes from “lead” in mankind’s mixed-up memories. In other words, the gold has to be mined and refined, stripped of its dross; so in the raw state dug up from the earth it is like lead, a mere heavy metal. But once refined and processed, it becomes the king of all the metals. Many nowadays think that gold is king of the metals and, along with platinum, the most precious substance in the world, even more precious than diamonds, merely because of its luster, but if this were true then we would be hard-pressed to say why gold is considered more precious than many other beautiful metals and gems like sapphires, diamonds, rubies, silver, and emeralds.
Science tells us that gold’s incredible value lies in its chemical properties of having relatively little resistance to electrical current among other properties. Your electronics components often feature gold plating, if you’ve never noticed. This gold plating makes for more efficient conductance of electricity. Gold is also used as heat shields on the space-faring craft of such space agencies as NASA and the ESA. If you think about the precious gemstones and the precious metals from this angle, you begin to think about things in a different light. Silver, for instance, is the most efficient radiator of heat. Diamonds are used as drill bits. The things we think are valued merely for their appearance or use in jewelry have deeper roots in the minds of mankind, according to many people. These roots interlace function and form.
I have been taking some white powder gold supplements, for the first time in my life, over the past few weeks. These are made by Priestess Alchemy. They were sent to me by a friend of mine from Singapore, and he wanted me to try them out along with him. These products are supposed to bring about heightened energy both physical and mental, and increase concentration abilities and bestow or enhance at least some subtle “psychic” capabilities. I also received a white powder gold cream which is supposed to make your skin youthful and “glowing” and be able to make scars or blemishes fade away.
The digestible supplement, which is to be taken twice per day on an empty stomach, has been having some effect on me. I have felt an energy surge for a couple of hours after taking it-you don’t take much at one time, either-and I have also experiences an even more ravenous appetite than my usual ravenous appetite. I have read about people using the white powder gold supplements “eating everything in the house but the curtain rods”. Other than that, I have not experienced anything unusual. No added or enhanced psychic powers, no clairvoyance. The cream has not really been doing anything for me that Pond’s or a cream made from Tea Tree could not do, at least not yet. But, admittedly, I am poor at remembering to apply the cream on a daily basis, so maybe that scar on the base of my wrist really would fade away if I put more white powder gold cream on it.
At any rate, for those wondering, I have not suffered the least iota of ill side effects from using these Priestess Alchemy products. I’m perfectly healthy and feel great. But I do exercise and take other supplements; I cannot say at the time of this writing that the white powder gold products that I’ve been using have been divinely sent. But, I am still a believer.