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So, 2020 is here. The rainy days seem to be drawing closer to spring which is supposed to have importance in alchemy as some interpret from the mutus liber wordless picture book. I hope to resume some of my previous alchemy works this year such as working on trying to recreate the legendary alchemy powder of projection alchemists tried to turn lead into gold. Do not try any of this at home. This information does not constitute advice of any type nor is it intended for any specific person.
As far as alchemy 2020 is concerned I also hope to resume alchemy work in regards to the lapis vegetabilis alchemy Philosopher’s stone which according to my understanding of alchemical writings attributed to the alchemist John Hollandus, might be associated with an “elixir of life” or even alchemical plant stones created with an alchemy process called spagyrics.
There is also the unresolved issue of what to do with the book of three words.
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.