Alchemy is an art which aims to change impure metals into silver or gold using the Philosopher Stone, as well as increase your health and lifespan.
The goal of the Great Work of alchemy, also called the Art, is the “Philosopher Stone”. The Philosopher Stone was viewed as a magical touchstone that could immediately perfect any substance or situation. The Elixir, created from the Philosopher Stone, has essentially the same ability to perfect any substance. When the Philosopher Stone applied to the human body, it cures diseases and restores youth. No wonder alchemy and the search for the magical Philosopher Stone is having a rebirth of sorts.
The alchemists’ dream is to attain knowledge of the mysterious Philosopher Stone, or “that Elixir by which such wonders are performed”.
Alchemy texts describing the Philosopher Stone and it’s creation, should not be read literally and their content is purely allegorical and mystical. Supposedly, the alchemist himself, too, was to live through the process of transmutation in alchemy, and become transformed as a result.
Alchemy believes that, just as humans and animals evolve, so do minerals. They are constantly evolving to their perfect state, which is gold. Of course this alchemical process takes unimaginable amounts of time.
Alchemy aims to speed up this process by duplicating natural processes, but in a more controlled environment and thus decreasing the time required. Therefore, the Philosopher Stone is the “perfect” embodiment of “life force energy” and can evolve any base metal into gold, the final step in the metal’s evolution.
Alchemy results demand successful gathering, concentrating, and multiplying of etheric energy. When this energy reaches a vital threshold, it overpowers the conventional laws of physics and allows seemingly miraculous processes to take place. It’s my opinion it does this by biasing probability. By amplifying the probability of modest quantum effects, which are generally restricted to the subatomic level, they manifest about the greater atomic scale. In this manner, one element spontaneously transforms into another.
The world around us is made from subatomic particles that regularly undergo unpredictable jumps, teleportation, bilocation, superposition, along with other strange quantum behaviors. Physical laws that govern our everyday world, referred to as the deterministic laws of classical physics, are just the laws of a large group. These laws are what’s left of quantum physics as soon as the unpredictability is taken away through statistical averaging.
Physical laws may be bent. While the probability is incredibly low that enough coordination and coherence develops among the quantum jitters to manifest on a collective scale, that is precisely what etheric energy in alchemy does. It alters chance and thereby skews the laws of thermodynamics, gravity, electromagnetism, and chemistry.
Alchemy does not violate the laws of physics, nor can it always follow them, rather it bends them when necessary. It operates upon the quantum groundwork from which these laws arise in the first place, via etheric energy affecting the odds of quantum events.
Alchemy Transmutation with the Philosopher Stone
Alchemy recipes relating to the Philosopher Stone make use of the following code names: salt, mercury, and sulphur.
- Salt relates to the physical component, the seat, base, matrix, anchor, or ark of the nonphysical aspects.
- Mercury is the etheric component and represents the dynamic, vital, transmutative, vivifying energy present in the substance.
- Sulphur denotes the archetypal identity or pure vibrational essence, similar to the human astral body and spirit because it contains the “Idea” unique to that particular substance.
Seven Steps to the Philosopher Stone
The basis of all alchemy recipes required to obtain the Philosopher Stone (called the Great Work) is a seven-stepped series of alchemy processes.
Although the alchemists went to great pains to conceal the true order of the steps of the formula for making the Philosopher Stone, the correct order in alchemy is…
My Experience in Alchemy and Creation of the Philosopher Stone
In my alchemy work I am mostly concerned about 4 types of products with the ultimate being the “Red Stone” or Philosopher Stone.
- White Powder Gold (ORMUS)
- Quintessence (Essence of LIfe)
- White Stone (Philosopher Stone)
- Red Stone (Philosopher Stone)
Personally, I believe I have achieved the White Powder Gold (ORMUS) and Quintessence. I am also on the path of creating the Red Philosopher Stone using three different methods.
What I love about Alchemy and pursuit of the Philosopher Stone in my lab is that I am doing things that traditional science says can’t be done (like transmutation)!
I hope you choose to pursue Alchemy and creation of the Philosopher Stone on your own and I hope this site will inspire you and perhaps even give you some tips to get started.
I find Alchemy and the pursuit of the Philosopher Stone a great challenge and very rewarding!
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