Dr. Charles W. Littlefield – High strangeness
Thanks to: http://www.keelynet.com/news/070113b.html
MAKES CRAB IN LABORATORY and RESURRECTION SALT
Saline for the Cure
kookscience.com: “I can bring the dead back to life.”
“DISCOVERS THE SECRET OF LIFE: Indiana Physician Asserts It is Volatile Magnetism, Which Exists in the Air.”, Boston Daily Globe (Boston, Mass.): 9, 29 September 1902
“SAYS DEAD MAY LIVE – Amazing Claims of an Indiana Physician – HE OFFERS PROOF OF HIS THEORY”, Nashua Telegraph (Nashua, New Hampshire): 7, 11 October 1902
“BRINGS DEAD TO LIFE – An American Doctor’s Claim – Dr. Littlefield of Virginia claims to have discovered a Saline Powder Which Quickly Restores Animation”, Christchurch Star (Christchurch, New Zealand) (7541): 4, 25 October 1902
“Brings Dead to Life: A WONDERFUL SALINE POWDER”, Bruce Herald (Bruce, New Zealand) 39 (93), 2 December 1902
Doctor Discovers Secret of Life and Death, weirdlectures.com — orig. 1902, source unnamed
Archebiosis by Design
[Archebiosis: The origination of living matter from non-living. See Abiogenesis.] https://www.thefreedictionary.com/Archebiosis
“Ammonia, alcohol, and distilled water added to a quantity of salt…”
A selection of newspaper reports on Littlefield’s claims to have created life in his laboratory:
“INDIANA DOCTOR HAS CREATED LIFE? – With a Combination of Salt, Water, Alcohol and Ammonia He Has Developed Germs.”, The Day (New London, Connecticut): 1, 25 July 1903
“CAN MAN CREATE LIFE? DR. C.W. LITTLEFIELD TELLS OF HIS ASTOUNDING EXPERIMENTS BY WHICH LIVING MICROSCOPIC BEINGS ARE CREATED”, The New York Herald (New York): 66, 23 August 1903
“The Secret of Life”, Ohinemuri Gazette (Ohinemuri, New Zealand) (1170): 2, 23 November 1903
“MAKES CRAB IN LABORATORY – Scientist Says He Has Also Produced Fish From Minerals—All Very Small”, Stillwater County Democrat (Stillwater, Montana), 29 August 1914
A more critical survey of the claims:
Tingley, Charles Edward (30 September 1905), “Littlefield and the Artificial Creation of Life”, Scientific American 93 (13): 263
Subject: Resurrection salt Sat Aug 02, 2014 1:27 pm
It seems that some very brilliant scientist replicated the stone artificially and managed to revive the dead with it.
It’s very curious that his medicine was multiplied in potency by simply diluting it in water and recrystallizing it multiple times. This is a VERY good sign for the the morning dew sea salt path,especially the quick path done by repeated distillation. bounce
PostSubject: Re: Resurrection salt Tue Aug 26, 2014 2:24 pm
Here is the link of his book: http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc1.$b29072;view=1up;seq=107
Im especially interested in his other work – 12 revitalized salts.
If you noticed most of his writings are psychographed. Passed down from higher intelligence.
There is a company hat sells desalinized sea water (-NaCl). It contains 103 minerals + gold and precious metals. It gives strength and makes your nails grow fast. Concentrating it to obtain the salts would give the perfect matertia prima (rather pricy) to mix with gold. The process is secret but it may be done by an osmosis coumn – essential piece of equipment on ocean journeys…
I looked into all that I can find about Mr. Littlefield – not only that he brought dead animals back to life but he also created organisms like crabs in his lab. Salt+EtOH+NH3. However the revitalized salts are recrystalized many times – depending on their kabbalistic value. A remearkable character!