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The wet path of alchemy was believed to be a method of how to make the philosopher’s stone. The dry path of alchemy was said to be much shorter than the wet path. Alchemy of Steven School. Do not try this at home. Not for consumption. No medical value. Steven School Alchemy 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.
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In the ancient hermetic science of alchemy nigredo, or blackness, meant putrefaction or decomposition. Many alchemists believed that was a first step in how to make the secret philosopher’s stone. Alchemy was often described as being known by a series of color changes which also brings to mind the seven steps of alchemy. Are we to compare seven stages of alchemy processes to a series of color changes in the great work of alchemy? From Ripley’s treatise on multiplication, “Black Black Blacker than Black”. The first stage of alchemy is said to be the black stage of putrefaction, however the seven steps of alchemy list the first step as calcination which some modern alchemists theorize to be philosophical and not taken in layman’s terms. There is also said to be both a dry path of alchemy, and a wet path of alchemy. Many old alchemical manuscripts depict three ingredients as being the composition in the alchemist egg. A certain salt, a secret water rumored to be known only to the alchemist, and some type of “sulfur”. Secret alchemy ingredients for the philosopher’s stone? The color black is thought by some to be important in alchemy.
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What is the Magnum Opus of Alchemy? The ancient hermetic science included an alchemical art called the great work or, the magnum opus in which alchemists endeavored to create a philosopher’s stone in hopes of turning lead into gold.
‘The Blackness Hinders The Fusion” is a term come to mind from an old alchemy manuscript long forgotten and quoted from memory as the years have rolled by. The clouds rolling across the sky indicate that time moves on as the days change in the blink of an eye leaving only distant memories of the past. But one must know what is pure and what is impure before we can hope to pluck the rose. The path of alchemy is lined with thorns at every turn leading alchemists astray as they become lost in the labyrinth of alchemy. The black sun comes to mind, lighting the way through the darkness. “The sun turned black as sackcloth of hair and the moon became red as blood”. An old alchemy bible quote appears to unlock some of the secrets of Sol and Luna as they are cleansed and prepared for the hermetical wedding in the fountain of nature. #StevenSchoolAlchemy
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Alchemy and the philosopher’s stone alchemical research of Steven School. Do not try this at home! This video 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 any information presented here. The black stage of the great work. In ancient times the great work of alchemy or the quest for the philosopher’s stone was said to have been primarily recognized by a series of color changes which was rumored to consist of both primary and secondary colors. The colors of the great work of alchemy mainly emphasized Black, White, and Red along with Caudia Pavonis or The Peacock’s Tail as the main points of focus. Secondary colors may have included citrinatas, the green lion of alchemy, and a royal purple which was apparently called “Bathed in the Purple Glory”. Ancient alchemist’s theoretically worked upon secret exotic matter or “Our Earth” by adding “Sophick Mercury” which was rumored to have been a secret water and not common elemental mercury, Whitening or “Cooking” the matter hence the phrase “alchemists burn with water, not fire” However medieval alchemy was known to have used at least four types of “fire” one of which being elemental fire.
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