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Do you remember who was selling the Dead Sea water?100.00 dollars a bottle about two ounces of dead sea water
I've never understood why RSE never made a public statement that they had given the recipe for ormus to all of us. Lye is a common ingredient to cook with. They could have just explained what it was, but they chose to deny the allegations 100% and make no comment about it as if the entire thing was a lie. I didn't understand that for a long time. Explaining it would have been simple.
There is no accountability from RSE. Even for easily explainable things!
I did hear that people were told to destroy the recipe, so it doesn't come as a shock that people would forget the process and end up drinking the lye.
I drank (properly) made ormus for about three months. I noticed a slight increase in my energy levels. It looked disgusting and tasted like rotten fish though.
So I'm guessing the RSE protocol when something like this happens is to deny everything and make everyone look crazy? I still see 30, 40 year students to this day simply shaking their heads and saying 'that's not true at all' when confronted with this situation. Nobody explains it, they just deny it. Huh.
Kind of like saying 'that's not my truth' when you're accused of pretending to be possessed by a demon. You wouldn't want to say 'I don't remember that' or 'That never happened.' Just jump straight to denial. That way you can try to make everyone else look crazy and you get to stand there shrugging your shoulders.