Dalibor M Suchy
Dalibor Maria Suchy - May 24, 2020
There was a time, not long ago...
There was a time, not long ago. It seemed like only yesterday, and I was looking for some sort of employment. A friend of mine stopped by with a printout of an advertisement for a position that seemed perfect for me. The remuneration seemed good and the qualifications were vague, being along the lines of "candidate should be well-known for outstanding achievements in the field of excellence." I noticed that the bottom edge of the paper had the telltale marks of having been chewed by a rabbit, and assumed that my friend had gotten one too.
He said that he had actually called the number up and posed as me, and that the person informed him that I was hired, with no questions asked of any kind, and that he (I) should stop by at my earliest convenience. He thought this was strange, but that I should maybe go there and check the place out. I certainly thought it was strange as well, but my curiosity was piqued. I decided to go.
Dalibor Maria Suchy - April 8, 2020
Here's my take on foot massage: it works
You don't need any special implements or oils to do it. Just massage each of your feet proceeding from the toes to the heel, always moving (pressing) toward the foot's outer edge. On your LEFT foot that would be the same pattern as the way you read text on a page. On the RIGHT it would be the reverse (or like reading Hebrew text). Pay attention to 2 types of sensations you'll get as you do the massage: the really bad sensations and the really good ones. BOTH are always a problem. If you experience pain, you have to keep massaging it until it's not as intense. The pleasureable areas are also problematic and these too should be massaged, but not to excess.
Dalibor Maria Suchy - March 25, 2020
Making Colloidal Silver: The Simplest Method
The staring point for making your own colloidal Silver is pure Silver and pure water. Electricity is passed through two electrodes made of Silver immersed in pure water where some of the metallic Silver will get directly into the water as a pure metal (and not as a Silver compound). Pure Silver is essential, and I would suggest using only 0.999 assayed Silver bars you buy from a reputable dealer. That means investment-grade Silver bars. Do not use coins, medallions or spoons because the purity of the metal may not be guaranteed. Since Silver is usually a by-product of both the zinc and lead manufacturing industry, and can therefore contain even more dangerous impurities like cadmium and arsenic, you should never use technical-grade Silver or anything other than 0.999 assayed metal. You also only need a very small amount of it. If you take a 1 ounce (31.1 gram) bar and cut that lengthwise in half with a hacksaw, that amount is more than enough for a lifetime supply for a whole village
Dalibor Maria Suchy - March 11, 2020
Using LST to Increase Your Psychedelic Powers
If you’ve done your research and you’re even remotely interested in esoteric matters you should already know that psychic powers are a demonstrable and documented scientific fact, notwithstanding what the media would have us believe, and the same goes for most paranormal phenomena like UFOs, aliens, ghosts, life after death, etc. That doesn’t mean that every claim of something paranormal is factual, or should be believed. Whenever possible, you should do your own research and your own experiments to see for yourself. What most people have never heard about is the relation of PSI abilities to one’s position on the Earth and its relationship to the cosmos. In a 1997 article titled “Apparent Association Between Effect Size In Free Response Anomalous Cognition Experiments And Local Sidereal Time” available here: http://www.jsasoc.com/docs/JSE-LST.pdf it was discovered that the effect sizes for PSI phenomena dramatically increased when the experiments were performed within an hour of 13:30 LST.
So I Found the Coffin of a Bona-Fide Catholic Saint...
....and still haven't experienced any of the customary table-lifting, mysterious rappings, or remnants of ectoplasm anywhere in my house, BUT something anomalous did turn up in a photo I took recently, and this prompted me to do some more research that left me pretty stunned.
I try to take a Christmas photo to send to all my friends and relatives abroad and overseas. It's an instant microtradition I started in 2017. Here it is:
The coffin I'm referring to belonged to St. Conrad of Parzham, which had been made into 2 small chests of drawers before he had been canonised a saint in 1934. I had referred to these 2 chests in a previous posting:
"While in general, modern furniture has no character or "soul," I try to cohabit only with furniture that has meaning to me, or that had meaning for someone else. What piece of furniture could be more personal than a coffin? Well, guess what, I HAVE one. Sounds morbid, I know. But let me explain.
The year was 2014 and I was looking for used furniture by cruising the local Sperrmull, which is a bulk garbage day here in Germany. I was looking for a specific type, something having a multitude of narrow drawers, like for papers and such. I found 2 nightstands that each had 4 drawers with brass handles. The wood looked vaguely like marble and the pieces seemed well-made and robust. The architectural analogue would be something between Baroque and Romanesque. Next day I had a better look at them at my house and deemed them worthy of being MINE. Cleaned them off, and inside I found a placard. It stated that the pieces had been made in 1923 from the coffin of a monk named Brother Konrad who died on 21 April 1894 in Altotting, Germany.
Back in 1923 wood was in high demand for only one purpose: to make more banknotes because Weimar Germany was in a hyperinflationary meltdown. It actually WAS common practice to disinterr coffins and re-bury the dead in cardboard boxes. Not only was wood needed to make paper, but the winter of 1922-1923 was an especially cruel one, and wood was also needed for home heating purposes. Mentally I tried connecting with this Brother Konrad, and I didn't get anything. Later, I was preparing a meal and could feel his smile on my soul and [almost] heard him say "so, you found it. It's yours." All I can say is THANKS Brother Konrad. They're nice pieces, and the fact that they used them for your coffin means you were LOVED."
Here's a picture of one of those pieces:
So anyway, I took the Christmas selfies but made sure to take many, so I could select the best one. The one that the orb appears in is actually the worst of the series and I almost deleted it before noticing what appears to be the face of a Capuchin friar inside the orb. Furthermore, I'm actually pointing straight at it with my cigarette.
Here it is in better detail:
And here it is after I played around with some of the settings like colour, contrast, etc. I'm an amateur and had no idea what I did. I just tried to make the image stand out a little better:
it's not something I would have expected, since fervent Catholics aren't supposed to believe in ghosts yet here he is, as a ghost. Here's his Wikipedia page:
It's interesting to note that he was born on 22.12.1818 which would mean that that photo was taken shortly after what would have been his 201st birthday. 201 was my area code for a long time when I lived in the USA, and that's the only connection I make with that number.
If you look at the orb closely, at first it looks like a human skull but after you re-focus your eyes it looks remarkably like an older man with a bald head and a beard wearing the hooded Capuchin robe. Like Brother Conrad:
I did the research on him only after I noticed that the face in the orb looked like a man in a robe, and remembered the 2 chests. Coincidentally, one of those chests is where I keep my wallet and keys. So what happens to the chests NOW? Well, nothing really. I'll just have to wait and see what happens next.
I also tried to think back to which city I had found them in, and can't remember. I just know it was in 2014. And to think that this is just one of the many unusual things I've found through the gentle practice of garbage picking.
Dalibor Maria Suchy
ORMUS - How To Extract Your Own
The following is gleaned from various sources and simplified, so that anyone can do it. I describe what's called the "wet method." Keep in mind that you are not MAKING any ORMUS, since matter (like consciousness) can neither be created nor destroyed. You are merely extracting ORMUS, where ORMUS is a synonym for ORMEs, for Monoatomic Gold, and for the white powder of Gold the Egyptian pharaohs used. The powder you will be extracting contains not just Gold, but other Platinum Group Metals (PGMs) like Iridium, and Rhodium. These are beneficial as well. In addition to the "wet method," ORMUS can also be made from metallic Gold, and can also be converted INTO metallic Gold via a patented process created by David Hudson who discovered the monoatomic element state. The patent is available for download here: https://patents.google.com/patent/GB2219995A/