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The Golden Chain of Homer is indeed a masterpiece of alchemical literature. Written in down-to-earth language, one can begin to understand alchemical principles and thus unveil the mysteries that shroud the Holy Science of Alchemy. The footnotes alone form a compendium of data that is of enormous value.
So… The book of 3 words has crossed my path a second time. I have decided to hang on to it for now until I decide why this book keeps coming back to me. Perhaps there is a reason? Perhaps a future video? Perhaps a giveaway? What do you think? The book of three words alchemy reference mentions three words in the book which substitute nicely where alchemists wrote salt sulfur and mercury, and any other myriad number of secret alchemy ingredients being threefold or triune in nature. The three words fit very well with what is written in the various copies of the actum leyden alchemy letter.
The actum leyden alchemy letter is basically an alchemical manuscript depicting a secret alchemy process called the dew and salt method. It references alchemists working with dew and sea salt in a highly guarded secret alchemy recipe or formula. Some versions of the actum leyden alchemy letter also mention the use of gold chloride as well as silver chloride. Wrapping this ‘philosopher’s stone” in wax is also mentioned as well as melting it with gold to create what the letter calls “the projection powder”. Multiplication is also described as well as open/closed flask and heating instructions. I dare say i believe the ingredients listed in the actum leyden letter are probably code names substituted for other substances. Advanced crystal growing comes to mind.
Alchemy 2020 The man from the past, Secret of the old book, Time to burn.
alchemy video YouTube. Old alchemical writings attributed to the alchemist Nicholas Flamel speak of a mercurial sublimate associated with his work on the philosopher’s stone of alchemy. Steven School Alchemy YouTube Channel Alchemy of Steven School. Do not try this at home. Not for consumption. Alchemical substances may be toxic.
So I’m experimenting here with amalgamating sulfur of the sun with mercury. The plan is to bring it into the realm of the metals. Solve et Coagula. Dissolve and Coagulate. Rolling through the phases of turning the alchemical wheel. First stop in this great work is the famous “Reign of Saturn” in which the composition putrefies and deposits a black earth called the ravens head. Alchemy of Steven School. Do not try this at home. This post does not constitute advice of any type, nor is it intended for any specific person. No warranty is expressed or implied as to the accuracy or completeness of any information presented here.
Reminds me of the old alchemy symbol image of a bird pecking at its side or of A swan swimming in a pool of red liquid, or a pelican feeding it’s young. Reaching a black stage in alchemy supposedly meant the artist had worked correctly in preparing the compounds which make up the composition.