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Carbon 60 Status Report

March 29, 2019

Dear Customer,

The last two weeks were quite tough. Fullerene soot on my hands affected me for a day or two. Custom equipment we bought for separation failed. In fact it didn't even work to begin with.

What we've been doing for the last few months is building a large stock of fullerene soot. But it's useless without this equipment. So you can see the position we were in. Lots of customers needing their orders filled with kilo's of fullerene soot and no way to separate it!

I didn't want to go the custom machinery route again because I felt it would be problematic later on. So rather than try the previous route, we solved the problem in a different way. This way is more powerful (I have to say ingenious too) and we don't need to use custom parts. So maybe the equipment failure was a happy accident.

Our communication hasn't been great of late but I am working on this project for you- our amazingly supportive customers. It's humbling and I can't understand why customers are so amazingly supportive, but they are.

One or two guys have been a little grumpy with us and I don't blame them. So would I after waiting this long. But as I said we will give a full refund if requested and with our apologies.

We are literally making a magical product- again for you. The way we're creating C60 right now is very potent, but it's trial and error. This has never been done before ever. These machines have never been created before and they're bound to have some issues. But we're still producing highly potent carbon 60 as we go through our trials and our errors. I will be dead before I let my customers down.

However we are shipping orders as promised and are slowly working through the back order list.

So where are we with shipping? It's very difficult to promise something like this especially with obstacles in the way. We'll ship when we get this, that and the other problem solved! That's kinda difficult to say to people.

Having said that I can now breath a sigh of relief because the separation equipment will work, the reactor is running smoothly, we're confident of the next reactor, almost all issues are solved and the next 4 weeks should see a tremendous amount of orders shipped.

FYI, carbon 60 still has great value if left in the open air for 1,2 and even 3 hours. But after 4 hours it oxidizes completely and has no benefits left.

Obviously we reduce the time to minutes (vortex collector) while removing C60 from the reactor- this is the purest and most powerful form. It is sort of 'encased' when it is this pure. So if you have inadvertently let alcohol escape, the carbon 60 is still good for 2 days in a closed container but after that it is gone! This is why we use alcohol to protect it, not nitrogen or some other fancy gas.


Last Monday we took the designs of the new reactor back from the engineering firm. Another pharmaceutical company recommended a different engineering firm to us and we're delighted with the quality and expertise they have.
They said it will take a few weeks to complete and they're the kind of people who mean what they say. They have the plans and are working on the reactor right now. We've also spoken to them about a second reactor and they're building a lot of other custom equipment for us. Yes we gladly dumped the other engineers! However they don't know it yet :)

Feminine Electricity

If we go too far with this it 'limits' the product, so we have to be careful as negative electricity is very powerful.

The temperature of the reactor also affects the purity of the product- and the production. So it must be kept balanced.

Used to work with stained glass back in the early 90's. Some of the artwork I used on the site, but I remember trying many different mediums with the ceramic paint and remember one type of oil which hardened and cracked in the fire of the kiln. Turns out this plant oil is perfect with a combination of shilajit because we're now making our own graphite rods. If you do this yourself, be careful as shilajit has an ignition point!

This is the only way we can guarantee we know every ingredient in the graphite.


Practice! Before you open one of our syringes, practice exactly what you're about to do slowly. Sounds crazy but wear a head torch so you can see the level of the plunger in the syringe (hey look at the neighbors house...what are they doing with a head torch and that large syringe?)

Why did we use such a large syringe? Because they are much stronger than small ones and can cope with the rough and tumble of shipping. Otherwise we'd have to put small syringes in plastic tubes- more time we don't have.

The syringes have a little black luer lok cap on them which needs to be turned anti-clockwise to open the syringe. These caps are on tight! So you may need a pliers or similar to unscrew them.

But before you unscrew the cap- wait! Keep the syringe turned with the cap upwards. Now pull on the plunger a little so that when you open the syringe, it wont splurge carbon 60 all over the room. If you can, try pulling the plunger with one hand while unscrewing the cap. Now carefully push the air out, then inject into the oil.

What you can also do is mark exactly what quantity you're about to use. For example use some aluminium (aluminum) tape to mark where the plunger should go to when injecting into olive oil. Just so as you know exactly where to stop with the plunger.

There is (currently) 1 gram of C60 for every 12ml in the syringe. So if your syringe has 60ml in it, there is 5 grams of carbon 60.

For instructions on how to use the carbon 60/ethanol and add it to oil, please click here.

Alchemy- Solve Et Coagula

This phrase refers to the human being and his/her evolution as much as it does to Alchemy. It's ironic but our products will 'solve et coagula'. But I'll get into that later.

If you managed to get the salts to an orange/red color, there is no need for this next step. So you can try calcining the ash over and over until you get the orange/red color.

But if you didn't get to that color, place the salt in a flask with at least 20 times the volume of water. You should use rain water here and collect it in a plastic bucket (not metal). Shake or stir (plastic paddle) for a good hour.

Some salts will dissolve and some will not. Filter the mixture through a glass funnel and collect the insoluble ash. This needs to be done several times to make sure all soluble salts are completely dissolved.

Take all the filtered water and evaporate it, but try not to boil the water. The salt will come out of solution and then you can calcine it again.

Place this salt in distilled water again and repeat the process. When there is no deposit left on the filter, purification is sufficient and we can move on to the next step.

Have a good weekend.

Best Regards