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solomon levi
09-30-2009, 05:19 PM
As I've been working with the fixed spirit of salt and observing the appearance
of salts from the solution in coction, I'm reminded of the alchemists saying that you
can observe the creation of the world in the flask.

I imagine the universe was created just that way, some Primum Mobile which
motion creates warmth which coction creates an evaporation of sorts until the
atmosphere is super saturated and thus mass/salt/earth begins to coagulate.

One especially sees this in solar systems with some planets being gaseous, some
watery and some earthy, some ice...

It really makes sense that a true pure alchemical first matter would come from
the condensation and sublimation of the atmosphere picking up salts along the way.

This video on supersaturated sodium acetate also gives some hints to solve coagula,
manifest - unmanifest...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIC0ATIELgI

Awani
09-30-2009, 06:46 PM
One especially sees this in solar systems with some planets being gaseous, some watery and some earthy, some ice...
An indication perhaps that our universe is just a tiny life form in some other existence... since it has all these ingredients such as water etc.

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