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What is Alchemy ?

Posted on Sunday, 1 July, 2007 | Comment icon 17 comments


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"Anthony North: Of all the esoteric arts, none are more controversial than alchemy."

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Comment icon #8 Posted by Essene on 5 July, 2007, 1:28
Inner Space and Rebel, I am glad you both enjoyed the video and the links. I will send a link of David Hudson speaking at several engagements. He is the one who rediscovered this material. There is so much information, but its hard to find. I have even studied some quantum physics and quantum biology regarding coherence of molecules and also Zero Point Energy, magnetic's etc. to get an idea what might be really going on with this materials effects. http://www.hbci.com/~wenonah/hudson/index.html#clips My God, I just got through watching the google video, and I'm absolutely amazed. In my profess... [More]
Comment icon #9 Posted by Kazahel on 5 July, 2007, 4:52
Yeah that was a cool video about the ark.. it was really interesting.. I'm glad I took the time to watch it.
Comment icon #10 Posted by jaya on 9 July, 2007, 9:57
About Ormus In the website at the bottom of my post it is explained that golden powder suspended in water is not efficient, on the contrary it can be also dangerous. If the process is incomplete in a liquid state it may well contain some monatomic elements however there may also be some metal to metal bonds remaining which can damage the liver and kidneys over time. Liquid suspensions made from gold may contain gold hydroxide. This is not due to impurity in the gold- beginning with pure gold the steps, on the way to the powder, convert the metallic gold to a liquid hydroxide. This hydroxide co... [More]
Comment icon #11 Posted by REBEL on 9 July, 2007, 14:07
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=85...h&plindex=0 On watching Lost secrets of the Sacred Ark again... Just when you thought man had almost pushed the limits on scientific discoveries in most areas or as Gardner put it 're-discoveries', something like this comes along...mind blowing stuff. If this is well known to mainstream science today, it kind of gets you wondering how much further advanced in Quantum Physics etc they really are outside of the mainstream? (*just the conspiracy mind at work in me again*) Awesome stuff, well worth a second look.
Comment icon #12 Posted by Inner Space on 9 July, 2007, 14:15
About Ormus In the website at the bottom of my post it is explained that golden powder suspended in water is not efficient, on the contrary it can be also dangerous. If the process is incomplete in a liquid state it may well contain some monatomic elements however there may also be some metal to metal bonds remaining which can damage the liver and kidneys over time. Liquid suspensions made from gold may contain gold hydroxide. This is not due to impurity in the gold- beginning with pure gold the steps, on the way to the powder, convert the metallic gold to a liquid hydroxide. This hydroxide co... [More]
Comment icon #13 Posted by Essene on 10 July, 2007, 3:03
Excellent post jaya, yes there are people who may try to make this stuff but it takes a true alchemist to make this and on the site you recommended it mentioned "Don". I believe it is Don N. that was meant and he is the one who has trained a few people in this art, the alchemist I use included and they in turn train others. The one I know of is from Atlantis Alchemy and he has trained two people I personally know. Yes, beware of claimed alchemist without a recommendation from someone you personally know as I did. I was lucky, my old boss whom I have known for 15 years originally told me of thi... [More]
Comment icon #14 Posted by jaya on 12 July, 2007, 10:20
Excellent post jaya, yes there are people who may try to make this stuff but it takes a true alchemist to make this and on the site you recommended it mentioned "Don". I believe it is Don N. that was meant and he is the one who has trained a few people in this art, the alchemist I use included and they in turn train others. The one I know of is from Atlantis Alchemy and he has trained two people I personally know. Yes, beware of claimed alchemist without a recommendation from someone you personally know as I did. I was lucky, my old boss whom I have known for 15 years originally told me of thi... [More]
Comment icon #15 Posted by jaya on 12 July, 2007, 10:39
Thanks Essene for your infos. I don't Know Alchemy, I only try to understand something and some questions appear. For the website that i posted, it is very diffcult to understant wich products is better for me. And more it is not possible to communicate personally and ask any clarifications, we receive an auto replay. When i red the pages i gave confidence to what they write but i don't like this aspect. It seems that nobody is in the other side to support your eventual need I can't ask if it is possible to ship in Italy, often it isn't. I understant that the time waiting is three months, mini... [More]
Comment icon #16 Posted by questionmark on 12 July, 2007, 12:12
What is Alchemy: Alchemy is one of the Hermetic arts and is based on the idea that divine order was placed on the universe with ‘prima materia’ or first matter. Everything is made of this matter, which is, in essence, the Philosopher’s Stone.Said to exist everywhere, if the ‘stone’ can be manufactured, then one thing can be transmuted into something more perfect, gold being the usual end product as it is perfect and most closely echoes the perfection of God.The name alchemy comes from the Arab’s name for Egypt, ‘Khem,’ a country that took gold-working to great heights. The precursor of chemist... [More]
Comment icon #17 Posted by Essene on 19 July, 2007, 1:00
Sorry for the delay in response. Evidently you can turn dead sea salts and other salts into gold and other precious metals, I will give a link on that. As for an Alchemist near the EU he is in Great Briton and evidently has trained under Don, do a google search or what ever search you use over there. I will also give a little more insight on the science of this. The link for making gold is http://www.subtleenergies.com/ormus/tw/dsassays.htm QUOTE From Forum Member Hi Barry, Excellent articles on resonance, vibration, and quantum coherence concerning ormus. It appears that the boson box/cage fr... [More]


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