Rice Puller: About Rice Puller, Uses & Rice Puller Test - WorldOfChemicals

Everything About Rice Puller and Rice Puller Test

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What is Rice Puller?

Rice pullers are any antique metal object which has a magical potential of pulling rice grains. Rice pullers are made of copper alloys or iridium element. This type of metals has a natural electric power or magnetic power making them highly valuable.


Where is Rice Pullers Found?

Properties of rice pulling are commonly found in copper and iridium made items like coins, vessels, tumblers, and jewelry. These metals are very rarely found; making it valuable. It has been reported that rice pullers are mostly found in rural areas, remote areas, mostly buried beneath the earth.

Rice Puller Uses:

  • It is used in satellites, rockets and for another navy, army research purposes, as they exhibit natural electric or magnetic power.

  • RP is of special interest for scammers on the Indian subcontinent. It is used to pull off scams by making use of some illusionist tricks. The scam works in this manner; the seller tries to sell off the RP metals by showcasing that there exists a lucrative market for this so-called magical item. And, eventually, the object is sold off at a higher price, than what its costs for.

  • Rice Pullers are believed to have powers, which can attract wealth and prosperity for the home.


Rice Puller Test


  • First wash your metal or item with detergent and water, then with saline water.

  • Again, wash it with plain water and let it dry.

  • Clean the item with cotton and newspaper.

  • Before you begin the rice puller test, let the item come back to normal room temperature.

1. Stapler Pin Test

Take a stapler pin of iron and bring it closer to the Rice Puller item. The pin should not stick to the RP metal and not get repelled too. If the stapler pin sticks or repelled, then your RP is fake.

2. Instant Pulling Distance Test

Take rice, preferably dehusked rice. Keep the rice closer to the item, for pulling/ attraction. Make note of the time taken to attract, distance pulled and the color of the rice.

Instant Pulling Time:

Color change: Note the time taken by the rice to change its color after getting attracted.

Falling Time: Time is taken by the rice to fall back after sticking.

3. Rice to Rice Test

Take the above tested or dusted rice and place them on the plain surface close to untested fresh rice and then, check for the pulling property.

4. A) Glass Water Test:

Fill a non-metallic glass with water and put 4-5 tested rice in the glass (in the corners). After some time, those rice will accumulate towards the center. The rice will turn yellow or brown in color.

Now, carry an iron pin above the center of water; the rice will move away. Remove the iron pin and rice will come to the center back.

If the rice turns into Blue Color, then your RP item is fake.

B) Water to Rice Test:

Fill a non-metallic glass with 1 inch of water and put fresh dehusked untested rice into the water; they will get settled at the bottom. Now disperse some tested rice/rice dust on the water.

If your Rice Puller metal is not fake, the plain rice will start standing vertically at the bottom. They may also come up and stick to the tested rice dust; hanging below the water.

5. Copper Wire Test

Take a thin wire of copper and coil 2-3 turns on the RP item; leaving the end hanging out. Now, do the rice pulling test with the copper wire. The wire should attract rice similarly as with the RP metal does.

6. Torch Test

Arrange 2 plastic torch, working on pencil cells and with metal casing and filament bulb. Remove the torches front glass and place it at around a half inch away from the RP item. Keep another torch in a similar way at about 5-10 feet away from the item. Switch on both the torches.

Keep an iron pin near to the item while conducting torch rice puller test. If the pin gets pulled by the item during the torch test, then the rice puller metal is fake.

Make note of the time taken by the torch which is near to the item to turn dimmed entirely. If it happens in just a few minutes of time, then it is considered good. Also, make note of the other torchlight; still bright or not.

If the light of the torch placed near the RP item becomes dimmed fast, off it and on it after around 2 mins. If the light remains dim, then your torch test is successful.

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