Monday, March 18, 2019

iON | Salt

Transcribed by Bert.


[“ReWrite” 34, 22 June 2011 Part 4]:

(34:46 mark)
Caller: iON, did you just say that salt has no frequency?

iON: We did.

Caller: Now hold on just a minute! Everything has a frequency!

iON: Salt does not have a frequency. All salt can do is lose its saltiness. Salt has no frequency.

Bob: That’s why it is the only thing with light. Light has the frequency of everything, contains everything and then salt doesn’t. So it’s like the anti-matter of light, even though that term may not be appropriate, but it’s a – it is the other, the great Other! To have something, you’ve got to have the Other.

iON: If salt had a frequency, it wouldn’t cure a ham.

Caller 2: Ah, wow! I was wondering today, all day, why you kept doing the "Virginia ham" thing.

Bob: Yeah, see! He’s always talking about ReWrite on Cash Flow, and the audience doesn’t know.

Caller 2: I know. Wow! Because I even Wikipedia-ed "Virginia ham". I was like, “it’s got to be there”!

iON: Hah! Hah! Hah! Hah! Hah! Hah! Hah!

Bob: The young mind eager to know!

Caller 3: iON, if salt draws water out of ham, and it’s not frequency-based, then what is the mechanism that causes salt to draw water out of ham?

iON: Well, salt…

Bob: It’s a void. It’s a vacuum. It’s the Other.

iON: No, it isn’t, do not mess this up.

Bob: No, it isn’t! Look, he gets all uptight! No, it isn’t! No goddamn way!

iON: Don’t mess this up. Don’t mess this up.

Bob: Hah! Hah! Hah!

iON: You can tear it up in a minute! You can tear it up in a minute. Okay now, salt being without frequency has an effect on anything it's mixed with regarding its potential for hydrogen.

Caller 3: OK!

iON: So, if the potential for hydrogen is at such a pH – is at such, it would absolutely draw not water, but it would draw the hydrogen. So the oxygen is left, remember, as ambient.

Caller 3: Oh, so it breaks up the water bonding. OK!

iON: There you go! Now that’s real good, that’s real good if you get that.

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