ORMUS seems to be the latest stranger-than-Alex Jones health fad, with strong occultic undertones. This is the kind of product “Nexus Magazine” would have loved to market about 20 years ago. Who knows, maybe they did?
ORMUS was discovered in 1975 by David Hudson, and is said to have a long range of miraculous properties. I don't know what claims Hudson himself makes for it, but enthusiasts claim that the “mono-atomic gold” (or is it platinum or iridium?) can cure all diseases (including cancer and AIDS), turn you into a being of light who can ascend to Heaven in just 10 lunar months, and make severed cat tails grow back. If it can turn said cats into luminous beings, is less clear.
Small wonder ORMUS has all these fabulous properties, it's really the life force of the universe, feeds our spirit bodies, and has avoided detection by modern science (despite being present in high concentrations in fresh fruits) since it's “a fringe matter that exists both in this 3rd dimension and higher”.
I admit I don't believe a word of it, and the info that it can awaken my kundalini and make me hear “the Hu” (and very loudly at that) didn't exactly make me more willing to take the plunge. That being said, never having ingested the matter, I decided to give the mono-atomic golden iridium the neutral rating of three stars.