How to make the philosopher’s stone alchemy

how to make the philosopher’s stone alchemy The Art of Alchemy or the Generation of Gold Paperback – September 10, 2010 by Adiramled (Author)

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What is the philosopher’s stone made from?

Alchemy And The Prima Materia
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This video is an instruction on the prima materia of the ancient sages. It has been described as being everywhere, cast out into the street and trodden under the feet of men. It has been said to be of little value or little worth, little esteemed. most everyone has seen it but yet few know it for what it is, the stone which the builders rejected, the blessed corner stone. disclaimer, this video is intended for informational purposes only, no warranty is expressed or implied as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this video.
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The Art of Alchemy or the Generation of Gold Paperback – September 10, 2010 by Adiramled (Author)

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Red sulfur alchemy

Perhaps one of the greatest mysteries in alchemy has been termed “the quest for the red sulfur” often called “the perfect red king” or “the sulfur of the philosophers”. Medieval alchemists were believed to have searched for the “philosopher’s stone recipe” or the “philosopher’s stone ingredients” in their quest for “alchemical gold” while at times wondering “does the philosopher’s stone exist?” Early alchemical experiments in “the search for the philosopher’s stone” brought up such questions as “how to make red sulfur powder” which was rumored to appear after a “white philosopher’s stone” and known only to illuminated alchemy initiates by a secret “philosopher’s stone symbol”. Alchemy keywords often entailed the green lion of alchemy, the ravens head or ‘black stage”, the “eagles wing”, a peacocks tail, the white stone, and a red incombustible sulfur or “sulfur incombustible” which was said to be the result of an “alchemical wedding” known as ” join the red man to the white wife” which supposedly produced “the supernatural son of the sun”.                 Article written by Steven School.

The Philosopher’s Stone Book, Alchemy, by Steven School.

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The Truth of the Philosopher’s Stone: Magnalia Naturae

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The Truth of the Philosopher’s Stone or Magnalia Naturae is a story about a search for the philosopher’s stone. It is about an Austrian friar named Wenceslaus Seilerus, who searches to transmute stone into precious metals. According to Dr. Becher’s account, the friar truly did manage to turn stone into precious metals and this story is the record of Wenceslaus Seilerus’ alchemical achievement. See the book here Magalia Naturae

White powder gold, alchemy

Nothing gold can stay, Robert Frost

Natures first green is gold,

her hardest hue to hold,

her early leaf’s a flower,

but only so an hour,

then leaf subsides to leaf,

so eden sank to grief,

so dawn goes down to day,

nothing gold can stay.

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Glauber’s salt

This is said to be an excerpt from the alchemical writings of Glauber and attributed to a work of alchemical gemstones.

recipe from Glauber’s writings (part 1)

Adjoin to the red salt, made of wood or carbon, a little of the powder of white flints. Put them into a crucible, and melt them in a fire that they may become a red glass, resembling almost the colour of a ruby. By continuing the fusion the red colour changes to green, and has the likeness of an emerald. After this comes a sky colour, resembling a sapphire. Then follows a yellow, not unlike a jacynth. Then, after a long continued heat, it becomes black, and like to an agate.

The purifying fire of alchemy book #16 kindle edition

the purifying fire of alchemy

This text describes the three purifying fires. Emphasis is given to washing certain things snow-white with a Philosophical Purgatory Flame. Glauber states, “He that does not know what Fire and SALT are, knows nothing, and deserves not the name of a Philosopher.” The ultimate goal is to prepare universal medicines for the bodies of men and metals. Many references are made to various texts by other Alchemists. First printed in 1689, it was restored and added to the R.A.M.S. (Restorers of Alchemical Manuscripts) Library by Hans W. Nintzel in 1983.