Don Nance




aster alchemist and modern day Merlin, Don Nance was born in Virginia on August 11, 1955. He was a professional musician and vocalist for 35 years and is an accomplished lead guitarist. Don also plays keyboard instruments and percussion and holds a degree in electronics engineering with a minor in acoustical engineering. After being diagnosed with advanced colon cancer, which almost took his life, the cancer disappeared and cleared up after only three months of taking manna. After he miraculously recovered from cancer, Don learned to master the ancient alchemical processes needed to make, extract and purify ascension minerals and has devoted his life to this work ever since. When Don is not preparing alchemical elixirs you might find him playing a tune on his guitar, fishing, or shooting the Olympic Recurve Bow. For the fun of it he is trying out for the U.S.A. Olympic Archery Team for the 2016 games.

Don is a tireless researcher who is attempting to bridge the gaps between metaphysical elements and our currently accepted paradigms of Chemistry, Solid State Physics and Quantum Mechanics. He gives lectures and teaches workshops on the state of our Art processes used to make, concentrate and purify metaphysical elements by the wet and dry methods and the steps needed to make the White Powder of Gold from pure gold metal. Don has accomplished the transmutation of the m-state and ormus elements into silver, gold and several platinum group metals. He has contributed many scientific papers to Internet forums and science work-groups. He continues to be a student of alchemy and nature and freely shares his knowledge with the world. Don is an Adept Level Member of the International Alchemy Guild and Master Alchemist of the Egyptian Essene Traditional Science and supervises all Lotus Alchemy processes and elixirs.

We are all familiar with the metal gold. It has been coveted by mankind for thousands of years for its beauty, resilience and workability. It is used in the making of jewelry and ornaments. It is plated onto electrical contacts because of its superior conductive properties. It has been used in varying forms throughout recorded history in the making of medicines and even as a filling for damaged teeth. It was plated upon the sarcophagus of the Pharaohs. King Solomon knew how to precipitate it from sea water and was reported to have poured 100,000 Talents of the finest beaten gold.

During the 1980′s David Hudson was involved with research that provided us with some valuable answers. He discovered that the beautiful, resilient yet pliable gold metal was actually the “fallen,” low energy state of the gold atom. He established that the gold and other platinum group elements exist in nature as monatoms. These monatoms are not bonded together to form metal and hence are not detectable by standard metals analysis methods. The very rare and valuable platinum group elements that the physicists say must exist but are missing, that 97 to 98% of the total, are actually right here on Earth, but are in their monatomic form. They are not missing. They are simply not bonded together to form the metals that everyone has been looking for.

He further discovered that brain tissue contains a full 5% of monatomic rhodium and iridium by dry matter weight. These monatomic elements are abundant in nature. They are found in aloe vera plants, carrots, grapes and grape seeds, watercress and in ocean water. This material exists naturally in our bodies and in every living thing. They are a conductor of the life force. They are how our cells communicate with our consciousness.

It has been known throughout recorded history by many names. It has been called “The Golden Tear from the Eye of Horus, The Semen of the Gods, The Food of the Gods, The White Dew, The White Dove, The Philosophers Stone’ Ionic Gold,” and western man may remember it from the Bible as the “Manna” as referenced in the books of Exodus and Job. What we do here is extract them from their natural “home” and concentrate them using only the very finest of natural ingredients by performing exacting and painstaking techniques.