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    Quote Originally Posted by elixirmixer View Post
    Your hatred for SM is hilarious JDP. Good to see Awani didnt boot your ass out of here
    Can someone really "hate" something that there is no shred of proof it actually exists??? It would be like "hating" the Tooth-Fairy.

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    What would you do if somebody DID PROVE that SM exists JDP?

    How would that change the way you look at Alchemy do you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by elixirmixer View Post
    What would you do if somebody DID PROVE that SM exists JDP?

    How would that change the way you look at Alchemy do you think?
    I would become the most stout defender of SM the Universe has ever seen. I am the champion of empirical facts, so SM would not be an exception. I would defend its reality with teeth & nails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDP View Post
    I would become the most stout defender of SM the Universe has ever seen. I am the champion of empirical facts, so SM would not be an exception. I would defend its reality with teeth & nails.
    EM, send JDP a sample!

    Perhaps then we'll finally have some empirical lab tests to see what it really is

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    Yes, I'd love a professional analysis of what it is! I wasn't sure it was really a done thing, sending out samples, because I assumed that people would have already done it.

    I only have teeny tiny amounts right now, however, I imagine that when this stone is complete ill have a radical new spark in life since after 13 long years ill finally have a medicine that I can rightly call "Alchemical", and this should be all I need to move forward and increase the SM yields around here.

    I should also clarify that I'm not making it pure at the moment. I've "stolen" it, and it does contain water. However, this water behaves very differently to normal water.

    Slightly off topic, but still relivant, Andro, please share, have you consumed the Volatized Salts, and if so, what remarks could you share about there effectiveness as a medicine?

    And yes, happy to send a sample, and also do my own gas-chromatography when I do have some in it's pure form. I hope I get around to it this spring, however there are a lot of important projects going on around here ATM so I might miss out.
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    The Beginning of the End

    I think that Im ready to start researching the Philosophers Stone from the angle that people such as Smuldvich, Illen, Mr. Black recommend; by READING about it.

    Could I please get a few peoples favorite tracts that teach how to make the true stone please? Ill make a promise to come back with a bunch of quotes and pictures for what its worth
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    I don't have it, but I think everything we need to know is in the emerald tablet. I have several translations, just with I could find one from 8th century Arabic directly translated to English impartially, possibly with notes about possible variations on certain lines. Every time I read over it, I learn something new. Perhaps the writing itself is a fountain that must be continually digested, distilled, and cohabated

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    Taoist Yoga: Alchemy and Immortality by Lu K'uan Yu.

    I know it's a book on internal alchemy.. but as within, so without.

    The concepts it covers (microcosmic agent, macrocosm agent, forming the "fetus", the slow and quick fires, etc) is all relevant to the greater works. Including the Philosophic stone.
    Art is Nature in the flask; Nature is a vial thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elixirmixer View Post
    I think that Im ready to start researching the Philosophers Stone from the angle that people such as Smuldvich, Illen, Mr. Black recommend; by READING about it.

    Could I please get a few peoples favorite tracts that teach how to make the true stone please? Ill make a promise to come back with a bunch of quotes and pictures for what its worth
    Dwellings has been posting some great excerpts here: Easy To Read & Comprehend Alchemical Tracts


    Personally, I appreciate Albert Magnus and Sendivogius for their wording. Though they both veiled their speech, as most legitimate Alchemists did, the way they present their knowledge resonates well within me.

    Louis Grassot is someone I keep going back to over and over again. His lucidity and fluff-free delivery is totally up my alley.

    Rhumelius and Cyliani both clear up tons of minor details regarding the more advanced stages of our Work.

    Philalethes provides wonderful insights and is supremely easy reading compared to most authors.

    Glauber wrote so much! He stimulates the mind with many interesting ideas and concepts if you're willing to take the time to read through all he has to say. Boerhaave too!

    Roger Bacon, George Ripley, and Basil Valentine of course. These Masters are never to be forgotten and their works should be read over and over again.

    Flamel provides neat symbolism interpretation that can help you understand Alchemy more sufficiently, and as hesitant as I am to recommend modern authors Fulcanelli is worth poking through when you have time.

    Don't forget to read the "Turba Philosophorum" and "Rosarium Philosophorum" while you're at it!

    Arnold de Villa Nova, Morenius, Artephius, Zosimos, etc.

    ...Too many to list!


    http://www.rexresearch.com/alchindx.htm

    http://alchemywebsite.com/texts.html

    https://philosophiauniversalis.com/g...alchemy-texts/


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    Quote Originally Posted by elixirmixer View Post
    I think that Im ready to start researching the Philosophers Stone from the angle that people such as Smuldvich, Illen, Mr. Black recommend; by READING about it.

    Could I please get a few peoples favorite tracts that teach how to make the true stone please? Ill make a promise to come back with a bunch of quotes and pictures for what its worth
    Good to hear it Mr. Mixer

    Read, read, read, pray then work in the lab.

    Possibly in a few months you will have a very different view
    from the way you perceive things now.

    Just like to add that Mr. Schmuldvich's list is a great place to start.

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