What color is the Philosopher’s stone of alchemy?

What color is the Philosopher’s stone of alchemy?

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Old alchemical manuscripts variously describe two philosopher’s stones as being red or white. These colors in alchemy upon further research into medieval alchemy sometimes depict a white powder and a gold colored powder. The red philosopher’s stone of alchemy has presented more various opinions upon its actual color however it has been said in alchemy circles that alchemical manuscripts attributed to the alchemist Nicholas Flamel describe the red philosopher’s stone to actually be a gold colored powder. Other alchemists have described it as orange. I t has also been rumored that the philosopher’s stone of alchemy itself, is not a stone at all but a powder having been prepared by the alchemist using secret ingredients. Alchemy of Steven School. Do not try this at home. Not for consumption. This information 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 anything presented here.

What color is the philosopher’s stone – ALCHEMY?

In ancient or medieval alchemy, the philosopher’s stone was described as going through many color changes during its creation. Alchemist’s who wrote about “How to make the philosopher’s stone”, often depicted it as white, yellow, saffron, or even red. The Philosopher’s stone of alchemy was said to be wrapped in wax before the alchemist could attempt the transmutation of “quicksilver” or lead into gold. Quicksilver in alchemy was according to my theory or understanding, used to describe molten metal and not elemental mercury. Such hidden code words were used to keep outsiders from learning the craft or secrets of alchemy.

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