Mr. Hudson began speaking publicly about his research and discoveries in 1995, when at that time he pointed out the multiple connections between the works of Zecharia Sitchin [1], the Anunnaki, the Tree of Life, The Egyptian Book of the Dead, Alchemy, Immanuel Velikovsky, Superconductivity, Ark of the Covenant, The Adam’s Family, and more recently the works of Laurence Gardner. [2]  There are also numerous researchers interested in a variation on the ORME, the ORMUS, where it is assumed that the working material is not necessary mono-atomic, but may be diatomic — consisting of two (or more) atoms of the precious metals.

The story of Mr. Hudson’s efforts over the years is given in the form of a rough transcript of his presentation in 1995 at the International Forum on New Science in Fort Collins, Colorado.  As such, it serves as an excellent introduction to the study of the ORME, and its immense implications.  His story and the profound revelations of his work are well worth considerable study.  This is only the beginning introduction.