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    Fishing with Cashew or Carot for Poseidon in the Aquarian Boat of Porz


    Have any Sons of the Art reached out and considered this way of the poor? Using either carrots (orange) or cashews (gold) as their prima materia? Perhaps in Canada or the Midwest the Poor have it easiest? Carrots grow Underground and I know are rarely seen above the surface. Poseidon was a god very knowledgeable in Aquarian subjects, and Soloman was known to be the wisest man in the world.

    Cashews are poisonous (vile & despised yet wonderful when prepared), and carrots contain a lot of life-force that is easily Digested. Could our One Matter simply be a carrot, or a cashew?

    I've been scouring the web, looking all over the internet, and cannot find anything!

    PM me if you can help (or post here)!





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    I love carrots. When I was a kid I had eye problems. My mother told me to eat a lot of carrots because they were good for the eyes. Now I have 20/20 vision

    But more alchemically- orange anf red and yellow are colors which indicate a more Fiery nature in the substance.
    Art is Nature in the flask; Nature is a vial thing.

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    Carrots were originally purple, with also yellow or white offshoots, but then the 17th century Dutch farmers intervened and developed the orange one that eventually displaced all other carrots from the world markets:

    http://www.tested.com/science/43812-...orange-carrot/

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDP View Post
    Carrots were originally purple, with also yellow or white offshoots, but then the 17th century Dutch farmers intervened and developed the orange one that eventually displaced all other carrots from the world markets:

    http://www.tested.com/science/43812-...orange-carrot/
    Gotta love it...! Thanks, JDP!


    I remember when I used to eat meat, all the fat that was connected to meat was almost Surreal to me. All the marbling and gristle (or Griz as it is called by the ladies I used to know) was so chewy! Like in Zelda!

    Researching tonsil stones showed me about the process of Cryptolis, where they vaporize the stone via Litho-vaporization. So glad I don't eat animals anymore!!

    Nowadays I am much more interested in Carot grown in water, but still so hard to find!!! Cashew interest me too, but is also extremely hard to find, "organic and whole" would be preferred, but I can deal with "salty"





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    true way:

    "...named many colours in connexion with this process, such as black, white, citrine, red, green, and so forth. All this is simply intended to lead you astray..."

    so, Schmuldvich...
    pls some concrete "charity", but not quote ;-)

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    According to Culpeper carrots are under the planetary influence of Mercury.

    Schmuldvich Alchemical fish are hard to catch...I'm not sure that they will go for your carrot

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    Carrots have an interesting and divergent history. I don't know about the "weeds" were you guys live, but in the midwest US, In fact all over this country, wild carrots grow like crazy, and they aren't too difficult to tell apart from their toxic relatives. The species has held my attention for a long time. Wiki claims all kinds of interesting things are found in the plant, including some acids that are otherwise typically procured through destructive distillation, it harbors them. I don't know if the same is true for modern cultivars that are farmed.

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