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)
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.