I wanted to share a description of Miracle II soap with you because perhaps you have not heard of it. I know a clairvoyant who has seen disturbing energies come from a person’s head when they have rested a moment with the soap in their wet hair, prior to rinsing it out. He went on to observe others and decided different drugs, including novicane, left energies within the human body that need to be removed and that this soap has the ability to do so. Whether an accurate statement or not, I like this soap.
Well, while searching for an article to post to this site, I find this one. It is controversial and more fun reading compared to what I could have posted. I want to remind you that the ingredients in sugar-free gum, sunscreens, and toothpastes, to name just a few, can at times be far worse than the ingredients in this soap. (I actually don’t have a problem with the ingredients in this soap.)
It’s humorous to me that the author of this article is saying that the maker of the soap is equating God with Satan and hoping that all religions meld into one. If this was a debating class, we could have a lot of fun taking either side on a discussion of God. “God is love.” “No, God wants you to recruit just like the devil. God sends you to Hell if you don’t do his bidding. Both are the same as a Demon’s behavior!” But this is not a debate. It is a discussion on soap, of all things.
Orgone is said to be subtle energy and yet argued to be the opposite of Christianity. This seems a weak argument to me against using this soap. Our bodies are temples, yet many put aspartame, fluorinated water, and GMOed corn into them. Surely how we eat and breathe these days is the opposite of Christianity more so than this soap. The human body is physical and has subtle energies. I don’t see how it is against Christianity, or against your body to say so.
As for those invested in dark practices using orgone, anyone can access anything and use it for the betterment of mankind, or the detriment of mankind. It doesn’t make the thing itself evil. Water, for instance, can give life and it can keep us and our belongings clean. But, if those interested in dark practices hold someone’s head under water until they are dead, that is not the water’s fault. The darkness of Intention is only made so by what one would have manifest. Intention is a normal, pure, creative force. The sculptor is the one who decides on what is to be created. Good or bad. Magic is the same. White magic is healing/balancing using one’s Intention. So, if magic is involved with the creation of this soap, it is not necessarily a bad thing
The author of the following article sees subtle energy as that of the demon and so sees demons in the soap. I feel Miracle II’s subtle energy and approve of it. The article is an interesting look at the ingredients and a fun read. It has been reproduced in part here. I have included the link so you may read it in its entirety.
Personally, I assume that the makers of this soap would be as me and label sodium laureth sulfate, sodium lauryl sulfate and the like as dangerous. I assume the makers of this soap don't care what the government deems as acceptable or not. Our standards are higher.