Monoatomic elements, such as monoatomic gold, are made of single atoms not bound to one another. One strange and exotic property of monatomic gold is that when heated to certain temperatures, it becomes very light, even to the point where it produces antigravity properties. For this reason, understanding how monatomic gold works may hold some of the keys to unlocking the secrets of antigravity and superluminal technology.
According to some archaeologists and scientists, this exotic white powder gold is real and was used by a certain ruling class of the Egyptians, Sumerians, Babylonians, and secret societies for esoteric rituals, and to increase vitality and longevity. Many researchers of occultism believe that monoatomic gold is still being used for esoteric rituals by secret societies of today.
The center of the periodic chart of elements consists of what are known as the “transition elements,” meaning that they can transit from metallic to monatomic or diatomic via chemical treatment or through other means (what some would refer to as “shadow chemistry” or “arcane chemistry” or even “alchemy”). Take gold for example. When you have two or more gold atoms in a microcluster, it will have metallic properties, but if you have only one atom, it will then have ceramic properties, which means that it becomes chemically inert but at the same time will have superconductive capabilities even at room temperature. The weight of these amazing materials can also change by heating, becoming lighter, even to the point of levitation. Because it is chemically inert, it can be ingested for health, wellbeing, and super-energizing at the cellular level.
Monatomic elements are sometimes referred to as ORME (orbitally rearranged monatomic elements). According to Jim Marrs, ORME actually means the “Tree of Life” in Hebrew. This could be why some people like to associate monatomic gold or white powder gold with immortality.