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07-08-2009, 03:03 AM
From The Essene:

"To make the oil of gold, a sticky transparent greasy substance, you
make M-1, then dry it, and dissolve the dry M-1 (dried in the dark) in HCl
at around pH 1. The oil is mixed in with the water but will settle out and
sink to the bottom of the vessel. One should also be able to extract it
with a solvent such as diethyl ether, or one can add lye to bring it back
out as m-state."

M-1 is m-state gold.

It should work with m-state gold extracted from dead sea salt.

07-08-2009, 03:36 AM

solomon levi
07-08-2009, 06:53 PM
That sounds too easy to be true, but I'll keep my fingers crossed.
If you just evaporate off the HCl, would the oil remain behind?
Then wash it with some soda water or something alkaline to potability?

Is there an extracting medium that won't mix with the acid so you could
extract it like the ens process?

07-08-2009, 07:50 PM
Dried M-1 doesn't dissolve in HCl. I tried.

I think if you dissolve *wet* M-1 you may get oil mixed in with the HCl.

Diethyl ether extracts gold chloride.

There must be other solvents that extract gold salts.
Toluene is said to work to extract the oil form just like diethyl ether.
But I don't know if goldchloride extracts into toluene.

Acetone seems to take the chlorine off the goldchloride (maybe digestion is needed).

H2O2 might oxidize the chlorine off as well under the right conditions leaving gold oil - if not back metallic gold.

07-08-2009, 07:51 PM
If you just evaporate off the HCl, would the oil remain behind?

You'd get a chloride.

solomon levi
07-08-2009, 08:24 PM
Oil chloride? :) What would happen to the oil? Revert back to m-state?

This is one of my projects I'm working on - trying to find a menstruum that
will extract the oil from m-gold/gold calx.
I'll let you know if any of them work.