Blood of the Dragon Alchemy Red Mercury on YouTube

Alchemy of Steven School with iron pyrite. The fiery red king sophic red mercury of the sages. (Not elemental mercury) also the fixed salt of iron pyrite prepared by alchemy process of fire and water (fire and vinegar). Do not try this at home. Alchemy red oil from iron pyrite alchemy.

Fixed Salt of Iron Pyrite Alchemy of Steven School

Alchemy of Steven School with Iron Pyrite. Not for human consumption. Do not try this at home. No warranty is expressed or implied as to the accuracy or completeness of any information presented here. This Information does not constitute advice of any type, nor is it intended for any specific person.

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alchemy with iron pyrite.

I took the mineral iron pyrite and ground it fine with a mortar and pestle.

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Cast iron mortar and pestle for alchemy

I extracted the golden water with a vinegar solution and poured it off until i had collected all of the yellow vinegar.

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Alchemy of Steven School with Iron Pyrite

After the extractions were complete i took the leftover iron pyrite and calcined it outdoors through the colors of the peacock’s tail all the way to a final fixed red.

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Athanor furnace of Steven School Alchemy.

Alchemy peacock’s tail roasting iron pyrite by Steven School. Do not try this at home.

After the matter reached a final fixed red like an incombustible sulfur or a salamander which endures the fire it was allowed to cool and then placed back into an extraction vessel with more of my vinegar solution. The liquid became red like dragons blood.

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Dragons blood alchemy of Steven School with iron pyrite.
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Fixed salt of iron pyrite

The whole mass of roasted iron pyrite and red vinegar along with its sediment was poured off through stacked coffee filters then dissolved in warm vinegar and filtered again to reveal the fixed salt of iron pyrite. Dissolution and filtration seemed to prepare it more like “clear as liquid crystal” suggested in the alchemical writings of Theophrastus Paracelsus. additional roasting was not required as it only seemed to burn the salt. Alchemy of Steven School with iron pyrite.

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Back to school with the great work

Back to school with the great work
Back to school with the great work

Alchemy of Steven School. Do not try this at home.

What color is the Philosopher’s stone?

The Philosopher’s Stone of alchemy is often described as a saffron colored material ranging from yellow to orange yet many alchemical manuscripts describe that in the final stages of the creation of the philosopher’s stone the color becomes blood red. The basic colors of the great work of alchemy are usually depicted as black white yellow red. Ancient alchemy formulas also described secondary colors like the green lion of alchemy or a peacock’s tail. Once the alchemist finished making the alchemy Philosopher’s stone the saffron colored material was believed to have changed to that of a transparent, red, glass like Philosopher’s stone described as gold digested to its highest degree. The final alchemical stage in the great work of alchemy making the Philosopher’s stone was said to be wrapping the Philosopher’s stone in wax. Many alchemists believed that the Philosopher’s stone of alchemy must be wrapped in wax in order to transmute lead into gold. Article written by Steven School. Do not try this at home.

Philosopher’s Stone Alchemy

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 Picture is from Aleister Crowleys Thoth Tarot Deck.

Alchemical symbolism regarding the creation of the philosopher’s stone of alchemy dry path

VITRIOL visit the interior of the earth and there by rectification find the occult lapis. The rebis or two thing depicts the alchemical hermaphrodite. A wedding of the sun and moon. Ancient alchemists such as Rhasis and Hermes (from the pyramids) used to write he who unites the male to the female draws forth the hidden virtue. Pyramid means fire in the middle. Sal non tingit is an old Latin alchemy term which meant the salt does not tinge unless it be tinged. The saffron colored material was also called the fire salt and the fire lizard among other things. The image depicts the process and ingredients of the philosopher’s stone creation in condensed alchemical symbolism. Many alchemists wrote the secret process of the magnum opus was very difficult for outsiders to figure out even if the ingredients were known. The philosopher’s stone of alchemy was said to have been wrapped in wax as the final and necessary step in the creation of the lapis philosophorum. Article written by Steven School.Click here To see The Philosopher’s Stone Book, Alchemy by Steven School. “As an Amazon Associate I earn fees from qualifying purchases”

Colors Of The Great Work Alchemy

Colors to be observed in the
Operation of the Great Work.
The Great Work of Alchemy is often described as a series of four stages represented by colors such as black, white, yellow, purple and red as well as all the colors of the peacock’s tail. Alchemy of Steven School. Do Not Try This At Home.

Alchemy Dry Path

The dry path of alchemy was said to be a dangerous process involving toxic fumes called the poisonous breath of the dragon which slays everything in its path. Many alchemist’s died or were injured while attempting the dry path of the great work of alchemy. I study alchemy for research purposes only. Do not try alchemy at home. Not for consumption. Steven School.

Alchemy Experiments Red Sulfur And Mercury

Alchemy of Steven School. Do Not Try This At Home. Not For Consumption.

Alchemy of Steven School. Do not try this at home. Not for human consumption. Where the cold touched the hot color changed yellow/red or burnished orange like that of a crimson poppy in little “stones”. Mercury was added by drops to test. Notice the mercury is not rolling around in liquid beads but seems to have coagulated for lack of better terminology at this time, or solidified with color change like that of gold. In the writings of Michael Sendivogius he mentioned if “water” ran across a table in divergent rivulets it would become red where it touched the red powder, or white where it touched the white powder, etc. (Not Copied Word For Word But Only From Distant Memory)