White Powder Lightning is like our White Powder Gold, processed with the same methods, using silver instead of gold. Silver has been used so widely, for so many different purposes, for centuries, that there is a lot of information on silver. We have taken a very small amount of the information available to display here, that we thought may be of interest.
Throughout human history, Silver has been recognized and utilized by many cultures as a metal with unique properties. This document explores the significance of silver in history, covering topics such as silver use in alchemy, human culture, and modern science. Silver has a long history of use in medicine, and was commonly used by doctors as late as the 1930's, before the advent of antibiotics.
While studying regeneration of limbs, spinal cords and organs in the
late 1970s, Robert O. Becker, M.D., author of The Body Electric, discovered
that silver ions promote bone growth and kill surrounding bacteria. The
March 1978 issue of Science Digest, in an article, "Our Mightiest
Germ Fighter," reported: "Thanks to eye opening research, silver
is emerging as a wonder of modern medicine. An antibiotic kills perhaps
a half dozen different disease organisms, but silver kills some 650. Resistant
strains fail to develop. Moreover, silver is virtually non-toxic."
The article ended with a quote by Dr. Harry Margraf, a biochemist and
pioneering silver researcher who worked with the late Carl Moyer, M.D.,
chairman of Washington University's Department of Surgery in the 1970s:
"Silver is the best all-round germ fighter we have."
Silver is closely tied to Isis and all things flexible, creative, and emotionally intelligent.
In alchemy, silver is an archetype concept - one of seven. Before the periodic table emerged through technological advancement, there were in fact seven sacred metals, of which silver held a place of high esteem.
Silver is even attributed in the ancient chakra system - a system of seven sacred energy centers of the body. Silver is associated with the sixth chakra, often referred to as the "third-eye". In this sense, silver certainly represents the concept of reflection, both physically ( all reflective substances are silvery ) and as an internal exercise of self-analysis.
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