View Full Version : Experiment with Seth-Ra's Green Lion

04-17-2013, 04:01 AM
Hey all, a little while back I received some of Seth-Ra's Green Lion to work with and I wanted to show some of my results.

Here's a pic of the Green Lion with another stage in my working with it (on the right is the Green Lion)

So I added a hand full of gold that I refined from computer parts
(Unrefined parts)
Which was completely devoured by the Lion.

Also, I added a single rose hip which was also completely devoured and a silver coin. Oddly enough the coin was not completely devoured. Instead it seems to have been transmuted into lead?

As you can tell the coin on the right is the transmuted one; I have scratched it and it is not simply a surface tinge but a piercing tinge. Also it made the coin thinner than its non-devoured counterpart.
http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8119/8656120849_a29f4d87da.jpg (http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8119/8656120849_01887c9516_k.jpg)
(Its hard to tell from this picture so I added a hyper link to a larger version of the photo for your viewinc connivance.)

This is the current True color of the now fermenting Black Sun

I'll keep you all posted with future progressions of this work.

I would also like to say "Thank You" to Seth-Ra for allowing me to do this experiment with his Green Lion :)

GOD Bless, LGO

04-18-2013, 03:22 AM
HO HO HOLD THE HELL UP excuse my initial shock you say "received" would you please clarify this.

04-18-2013, 03:43 AM
It was given to my by Seth-Ra himself, he is a good friend of mine and also my teacher/mentor in alchemy :)

solomon levi
04-18-2013, 10:13 PM
how long was the silver in there? wonder if this is some black phase. weird.

04-19-2013, 12:02 AM
2 lunar cycles, I was also thinking that but I'm not entirely sure, I want to continue working with it to see if it will go "higher".

04-19-2013, 12:48 AM
how long was the silver in there? wonder if this is some black phase. weird.

Thats what i thought/think also. Like the Sulphur was pulled from it, possibly its pure salt also, leaving caput-mortem of silver behind.

Tis neat. Im looking forward to seeing how the experiment grows/progresses. :)


solomon levi
04-19-2013, 08:23 AM
it could just be silver oxide. i'm not sure how to test that, but it seems likely.

04-19-2013, 08:39 AM
If it's silver oxide, spirit of urine can draw out a blue tincture.

Anyway, thanks for sharing ! Interesting :)

04-19-2013, 03:35 PM
I'm not sure about this, usually an oxidation only affects the surface layer whereas this penetrated deep into the coin.

04-19-2013, 09:45 PM
looks like that in this case you're removing the metal's innards, and I'm sure it has to fill that space up with something, or something has to take the sulphur's place, otherwise the body would collapse on itself -- like removing the walls that support the roof. which might be messy and seems contrary to the nature of the thing. But that's just my best guess :p

I like the picture of the two silver coins side by side, quite a noticeable difference!

04-20-2013, 05:38 AM
yeah this actually does make since however upon smelting the coin it would become silver once again and still have retained its sulphur if this was the case. (I have not smelted it and thusly cannot know if it is as I have said.) I do believe that its sulphur has been drawn out of it thus "damning" it and is now the Dead head of the Crow (dead matter/earth or "lead")
Only time and experimentation will tell :)

GOD Bless, LGO

solomon levi
04-20-2013, 11:25 PM
probably not a big deal, but quarters are 90% silver. don't know if that makes any diff.

04-21-2013, 04:42 AM
it may make a little difference but I am unsure as to what or how it would be affected

04-23-2013, 01:05 AM
probably not a big deal, but quarters are 90% silver. don't know if that makes any diff.

I was under the impression the US Mint had changed the composition to a Copper-Nickel alloy?

Copper-nickel clad series

The copper-nickel clad series of Washington Quarters started in 1965, and as part of the switch Denver and San Francisco did not stamp their mint marks from 1965 to 1967 in any denomination. The switch from silver to copper-nickel clad occurred because the federal government was losing money because the silver value of U.S. coins had exceeded their face value and were being melted down by individuals for profit (see Fiat money).[dubious – discuss] For the first three years of clad production, in lieu of proof sets, specimen sets were specially sold as "Special Mint Sets" minted at the San Francisco mint in 1965, 1966, and 1967 (Deep Cameo versions of these coins are highly valued because of their rarity).