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    Quote Originally Posted by JDP View Post
    But what would be the point? It does NOT work. It's just another false lead. The dew-pushers are just as bad as all the other phony process peddlers. And also there is nothing "cheap" about heating dew or any other useless commonly available substance for months and months. Plus you already pointed out yourself, as anyone who has collected dew also knows, that even though it is technically "free" it takes a lot of labor and time to collect large amounts of it. At the end of all the useless operations with it, even if they would not cost anything, you would still have wasted your time, which is actually more precious than money.
    The point could be that there existed good-hearted people who just wanted to avoid that others ruin themselves.
    There exist quite some books that say to forget all coals and distilling apparatuses. Mostly those one fire, vessel, matter ones you seem to like so much.
    I do think too, that's possible to observe something interesting and at least partially fitting to some interpretations of old texts. I don't know what that exactly is or may be though yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Florius Frammel View Post
    The point could be that there existed good-hearted people who just wanted to avoid that others ruin themselves.
    There exist quite some books that say to forget all coals and distilling apparatuses. Mostly those one fire, vessel, matter ones you seem to like so much.
    I do think too, that's possible to observe something interesting and at least partially fitting to some interpretations of old texts. I don't know what that exactly is or may be though yet.
    But that is still just as bad! You are saving them some money by telling them such fairy tales, but at the same time you are making them waste their time endlessly in these false hopes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDP View Post
    But that is still just as bad! You are saving them some money by telling them such fairy tales, but at the same time you are making them waste their time endlessly in these false hopes!
    At least their wives and children won't suffer.

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    And when the dew that lay was gone up, behold, upon the face of the wilderness there lay a small round thing, as small as the hoar frost on the ground.
    Now the house of Israel called the bread manna. It was white like coriander seed and tasted like wafers made with honey.

    Numbers 11:7
    Now the manna resembled coriander seed, and its appearance was like that of gum resin.

    Numbers 11:9
    When the dew fell on the camp at night, the manna would fall with it.

    Nehemiah 9:15
    In their hunger You provided bread from heaven; in their thirst You brought water from the rock. You told them to go in and possess the land which You had sworn to give them.

    Psalm 78:24
    He rained down manna for them to eat; He gave them grain from heaven.

    Psalm 105:40
    They asked, and He brought quail and satisfied them with the bread of heaven.
    When the layer of dew evaporated, on the surface of the desert a fine flaky substance, as fine as frost, appeared on the ground.
    Anyone in a desert area, ever seen this manna ?
    something to do with the desert itself, is the missing ingredient when it comes to dew ? ( No interference from man ).

    It seems likely " dew pushers " were influenced by the biblical manna. If they focused solely on dew without any additions.
    " manna " or " bread of heaven " is referenced in Islam Christianity and Judaism.
    Work with dew by itself must originate from trying producing this " manna ", in a microcosm, but because of misinterpretation and misunderstanding, gaps in knowledge
    the key ingredient ( the desert itself ) was lost.
    " manna " " bread from heaven " is very likely to be a natural phenomena, or strange weather.
    Alchemists using dew by itself should consider trying to recreate the desert within a microcosm, in order to produce " manna ".
    Last edited by Kibric; 2 Weeks Ago at 06:37 PM.

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