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‘The Blackness Hinders The Fusion” is a term come to mind from an old alchemy manuscript long forgotten and quoted from memory as the years have rolled by. The clouds rolling across the sky indicate that time moves on as the days change in the blink of an eye leaving only distant memories of the past. But one must know what is pure and what is impure before we can hope to pluck the rose. The path of alchemy is lined with thorns at every turn leading alchemists astray as they become lost in the labyrinth of alchemy. The black sun comes to mind, lighting the way through the darkness. “The sun turned black as sackcloth of hair and the moon became red as blood”. An old alchemy bible quote appears to unlock some of the secrets of Sol and Luna as they are cleansed and prepared for the hermetical wedding in the fountain of nature. #StevenSchoolAlchemy
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How did Alchemist’s sublimate the salt of dew with alchemy?
Putrefaction occurs in winter followed by regeneration in spring. As Hermes has stated in the emerald tablet, “The wind hath carried it in its belly, the earth is its nurse”. This video depicts a philosophical sublimation after putrefaction which ferments the dew creating the salt in the earth and then a separation of layers occurs which is done in water according to the alchemy focused upon in the video. Alchemy of Steven School. Do Not Try This At Home.
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.
The reign of Saturn in alchemy is the black stage of the great work of the Magnum opus. It signifies putrefaction in which elements of the alchemist composition resolve themselves into a black earth before regeneration can occur or the birth of the supernatural son of the sun.
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.