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Thread: What Brought you to Alchemy?

  1. #21
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    Being interested in shamanism from a young age eventually evolved into interest in alchemy as I got older.

  2. #22
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    I feel quite lucky in this life, i was cured for my whole childhood with Apis Belladonna (homeopathic) and Gold-Silver-Copper (spagyrical). I have a family member who works as spagyrist since many years, and i got an incredible intuition about an alchemical work on the day that i quit of all mind altering substances, and the new discovery was so amazing i simply needed to go further. :-)

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Argento Vivo View Post
    I feel quite lucky in this life, i was cured for my whole childhood with Apis Belladonna (homeopathic) and Gold-Silver-Copper (spagyrical). I have a family member who works as spagyrist since many years, and i got an incredible intuition about an alchemical work on the day that i quit of all mind altering substances, and the new discovery was so amazing i simply needed to go further. :-)
    So very lucky to have a family member an active spagyrist.

    Does this person also have an interest in Alchemy ?

  4. #24
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    Hey black,
    Yes he is inspired by the triumphant chariot and the antimonial works of f. gualdi.

  5. #25
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    I started two years ago studying alchemy. I began learning from a youtube video named " The Fundamental Teachings of Ancient Alchemy and Hermeticism." After writing the entire video word from word sometime with the help of the of captions. After understanding much of the basics I moved to purchasing, books by the author Robert Allen Bartlett. When I finished "Real Alchemy" I proceeded to his next book "The Way of The Crucible" educating myself on both as best as I was able to. I learned a lot from Robert Allen Bartlett and the videos of him explaining the books. I went even further into buying the book from the man that taught Robert Allen Bartlett and who got him started on his own Journey into alchemy. He was a famous German scientist and also an adept Named Frater Albertus. After studying them both for two I recently this year I started the alchemical work on creating the Lesser Stone. I haven't yet actually created one yet but I am willing and open to take advice and suggestions in to helping in the process I've created many elixirs in the spagyric work working with the spirit, soul and the body. I still have a far way to go and by me being a alchemical novice I think I am able to become as the adepts I learned from and about by continuing this path of an alchemist.

  6. #26
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    Hello and welcome!

    Quote Originally Posted by C Zands View Post
    He was a famous German scientist and also an adept Named Frater Albertus.
    What's your criteria for "adept"?

    Quote Originally Posted by C Zands View Post
    After studying them both for two I recently this year I started the alchemical work on creating the Lesser Stone.
    How would you characterize the "Lesser Stone"? How is it different from the "Greater Stone"?

  7. #27
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    Well, actually she is responsible for my interest in Alchemy:



    When I was planning a novel I searched for two trumps who should act as guardians for this novel. I have ten projects and each has two trumps as guardians (still two trumps left, so there will be another project, which I don't know yet). This novel is the first I actually want to write, so I followed the call of Alchemy.

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