Off of the Silver Water topic: For those who are interested in this subject
Which should be on the Monatomic Forum
New things can be hard to accept. And I wouldnt want anyone new to the subject to accept these words without more investigation. The story refered to in these paragraphs from this link, can also be found from more staid sources and are fairly unconventional for the conventional, but the point I like is how many mysteries they refer to from the historical record and how this new science discovery answers and completes so many less informed analyses of those records.
(the question to the monatomic silver seller was, can you show that it's real and can you show that it's better? he didnt follow through exactingly enough, with those questions, so it morphed into circular arguing with sidetracks into old vs new science ideas that were not being discussed or analysed, just arguingly stated and or ridiculed, by some, on either side of the topic in the thread)
"The existence of monatomic elements in our food can be observed through tissue studies done on higher mammals. In one study it was found that the brain tissue taken from calves and pigs contained as much as 5% by weight of monatomic elements!"
"It appears that monatomic elements were known in ancient times though under a different name. Their existence was rediscovered in the 1980's by David Hudson. When the monatomic elements first began to be isolated and concentrated in the lab, the cost for producing these elements was very high. A single gram of pure monatomic gold has sold for as much as $10,000. Although various products are currently offered under the name "monatomic", the majority of these products represent low-grade forms of this material."
Furthermore for those who havnt quite seen beyond the 'concretized' conception of reality strictly taught in worldy scholastic environments:
and another synopsis with mention of other unconventional protocols: