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Awani
01-24-2016, 04:11 PM
I discovered this...


This is the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

Let a cow graze on the Emerald pastures that carry the dew of the Month of May.

Retrieve the nectar that flows freely in the promised land of Canaan.

Discard the nectar of bees.

Eat only of the genus Cruciferae, washing down with the nectar.

The wind bore it in the womb.

Its nurse is the earth, the mother of all perfection.

Its power is perfected in one full moon night when the child is expelled.

Capture the child in a hermetically sealed vessel and find the darkest cave.

It should be kept from the Father and nursed by the Mother until digested into air.

It is plain that wind is air, and air is life, and life is spirit.

In the last light of Sirius inhale of the essence.

By it the world was formed.

If these steps are not followed all you will gain is a fart in a jar. - source (http://hermes-trismegistus-88.weebly.com/blog/the-brown-lion-path)

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Ghislain
01-24-2016, 05:15 PM
And I am come down to deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians, and to bring them up out of that land unto a good land and a large, unto a land flowing with milk and honey; unto the place of the Canaanites, and the Hittites, and the Amorites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the Jebusites. – Exodus 3:8
Source (http://biblehub.com/exodus/3-8.htm)

I believe the text refers to milk when talking of “the nectar that flows freely in the promised land of Canaan”, and as it says to “discard the nectar of the bees” then this means to collect the milk alone.

Where it states, “Eat only of the genus Cruciferae, washing down with the nectar.” I think this implies that the milk should be ingested with the Cruciferae.

The Cruciferae is an old word for Brassica, these include the root (rutabaga, turnips), stems (kohlrabi), leaves (cabbage, collard greens), flowers (cauliflower, broccoli), buds (Brussels sprouts, cabbage), and seeds (many, including mustard seed, and oil-producing rapeseed).

Source (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brassica)

I believe the rest speaks for itself.

Ghislain

elixirmixer
05-31-2016, 11:11 AM
Am I interpreting this correctly in thinking that it implies that the quintessential components of my farts can be utilized through correct diet preparation and a full Luna months digestion finishing on the day of the full moon?

That is F****** awesome. I'm going to try it immediately.

Awani
05-31-2016, 11:30 AM
Am I interpreting this correctly in thinking that it implies that the quintessential components of my farts can be utilized through correct diet preparation and a full Luna months digestion finishing on the day of the full moon?

That is F****** awesome. I'm going to try it immediately.

It only took 6 months till someone "smelled" the key of The Path of the Brown Lion. Well done! Don't forget to use a Mason Jar.

http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h18/deviadah/forum/Bormioli-Rocco-Fido-Round-Clear-Mason-Jar-67-Ounce-300x300_zpsbk8rbqzf.jpg

And please report your findings, this is only theory so don't know if it even can work. But sense of smell is one of the strongest senses, so why shouldn't it work... ;)

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Ghislain
05-31-2016, 11:49 AM
I would suggest slow motions...no pun intended...as you will not be able to see what you have captured and moving too fast may waft a lot of what you are trying to capture out of the jar.

Ghislain

Andro
05-31-2016, 03:29 PM
Not to forget the very graphic depiction from the same source:

http://liberatelife.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/FartChemy.jpg

Andro
05-31-2016, 03:41 PM
It also has Magnetic Qualities (of the repelling sort, but still...)

elixirmixer
05-31-2016, 08:00 PM
Man I love this forum...

Eat well, ferment, inhale... and you will find the hidden stone.

Awani
05-31-2016, 09:31 PM
...and you will find the hidden stone.

Yeah, just follow your nose.

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Andro
09-27-2016, 08:21 AM
If you watch this movie (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4034354/), you'll see how it relates to this thread.

Lux Natura
09-27-2016, 12:42 PM
Good allegory.

One should consider what is the airy form of "the waste" or "remnant" in the main process that is related to life! Think more general / simple terms than methane.

What's a bit saddening at times, is that the mystery of what is being described gives an air of authenticity to itself. If you put it in plain words that everyone with a basic high school scientific education can understand, likely most of us would not even care to explore the idea any further, because it would be too plain, too easy. And we would all know... from a brief querying of the intellect, that whatever process is being described simply should not work! Ah... the humor of it all! The idea that the mystery needs to be mysterious and serious is a barrier to understanding.

Some of these secret processes, shown clearly, are ignored because they are no longer mysterious processes! Give the process a bit of humor and obviously it devolves into a fart joke. And we all known that "truth" has certain qualities, right? Or does it? Sometimes the more you want it, the longer it takes. The stone of constipation of the intellect is not the stone.

Awani
09-27-2016, 05:55 PM
What's a bit saddening at times, is that the mystery of what is being described gives an air of authenticity to itself.

Ex-fucking-actly.

The Brown Lion exposes this, but also by doing that it, also, reveals something that in its core "works".

Because truth is found in a joke. And everything but the joke is the true "joke".

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Salazius
09-28-2016, 08:34 AM
Okay, let's talk about real shit.

http://i97.servimg.com/u/f97/11/17/05/29/tugel_10.jpg

If ever, someone dares to accomplish this work, let me be informed => salazius@gmail.com

Andro
09-28-2016, 08:51 AM
Okay, let's talk about real shit.

1. Nothing spells 'The Stone that the Builders Rejected' more than shit... :)

2. The Centrum Naturae is in everything, so...

Lux Natura
09-28-2016, 04:46 PM
The Centrum Naturae is in everything, so...

The process requires an action and something to act upon.
This is simple, because without anything to act upon, no action can occur. Even the idea of genesis required something to act upon, even if that something was "nothing". The nothing had to be defined in some fashion in order to prepare it to receive the action of creation.

The salt which is not a salt is a result of the action, or the process, and not that which is being acted upon. Thus we can say that in theory all things can "bring it forth", so long as they can be acted upon by the process or action, but the salt is a resultant of the action, and not that which is being acted upon.

Now of course some things do in fact contain it, either cleanly, or mixed up with other things, but we must consider the genesis of that matter as well: it contains it, but where did it get it? Inquiry into this line of though will show the starting material "got it" initially from the actions of the process, either directly, or by the incorporation of some other matter that itself got it from the process.

So then why not go to the source?

What is the process? It is what we would call the production of feces - but I think to understand what this means involves a long winded adventure into historical inquiry, language, the development of ideas, meaning, metaphors, cultural ideologies, etc.

Enough to say it is a waste byproduct - or a life-byproduct, or a death-byproduct. Of course anything that is alive is caught up in the cycle of life/waste/death/life .... so we can get it as a byproduct of any starting material. But this does nothing to clarify what we need to do, but it does throw light on something else: if this is the byproduct, what is it that is going through the cycles to produce it? This is the best starting material that will most easily and cleanly produce the salt.

That material isn't a hard to find thing either. What did god make man out of? The red earth? Dust? Some words? (These things, again, are not to be taken literally).

SALAZIUS: A bit of humor: The other day I saw one of those trucks which delivers and cleans portable toilets. I imagined that, back at their warehouse, in secret they are producing the medicine of the philosophers, and this explains why they are so happy in their jobs. Why to them it's a source of the most precious thing, whereas for everyone else they just walk the other way and hold their noses when they see the shit-truck show up!

Andro
09-28-2016, 05:19 PM
if this is the byproduct, what is it that is going through the cycles to produce it?

https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS1wtovUjHhWqcvYCGJZrfsOR4M21wrq cE9EjFFrXG5DRPRmyOv


The process requires an action and something to act upon.

Yes, 'Heaven' (Spirit) and 'Earth'. The Central Salt/Earth/Adamah of all bodies contains Spirit/Fire, but it is mostly 'asleep'. It needs to be awakened just like Sleeping Beauty, with a 'kiss' from the Waking Life/Spirit, or at least with a uniquely potent fart :)


This is the best starting material that will most easily and cleanly produce the salt.

The Salt/Earth is best corporified through 'Water', just as the Spirit (Water)/Heaven is corporified through 'Air', if we want to work 'naturally' and continue from where unaided nature ceases.

But there are other options at our disposal.


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Awani
09-29-2016, 03:16 AM
One well-known technique of reaching an altered state of consciousness is suffering, dancing till you drop, mantra, pain, fasting... anything done to reach a state of ecstasy. The distance between pleasure and pain is an extremely fine line. I personally have had experiences in sex when the orgasm bordered on pain (but never crossing over). Hitchcock famously shoot a murder scene like a love scene and a love scene like a murder scene. Etc.

My point is that such shamanic techniques put pressure on our senses... the most powerful (especially concerning memory) is our sense of smell. I think you can figure out the rest of my point (and I think I pointed it out before)... ;)

So yes in this case I would take the text as literal as possible. But it works allegorically as well.

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