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The Lost Science of Alchemy
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Dictionary.com  defines alchemy as:

1. a form of chemistry and speculative philosophy practiced in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and concerned principally with discovering methods for transmuting baser metals into gold and with finding a universal solvent and an elixir of life.


2.any magical power or process of transmuting a common substance, usually of little value, into a substance of great value.

3. any seemingly magical process of transforming or combining elements into something new:

In this video, Jay Weidner goes back to ancient symbols and writings to give us hints for learning the secret of alchemy.
Interesting, for those seeking truths from the Ancients that have been withheld from the masses.

The presentation is covered in the first half of the video, and then a Q&A finishes out the remainder.



https://youtu.be/oB1yPOO78mk




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That could be very interesting as long as he has something to back his claims and not just his on Opinions.
I'll have to wait until later to watch this though.
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#3
Well this ought to be interesting, I love alchemy stuff so thanks for sharing !

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You're welcome @allusion.  

I don't know why the video is starting way over from the beginning like that. Just take it back to the starting point to see all he says.

Let me know what you think.




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Here is a podcast by THC (The Higherside Chats). He is doing an elemental series on Alchemy. This one is on water. You can probably go back to his former shows to pick up the previous show. I'm not sure which element he is discussing there. Plus, he offers a large amount of links to other sources on this source page. You will need to go to his site to click on the podcast link


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Quote:Join host Greg Carlwood of The Higherside Chats podcast as he guest returning guest, Shamangineer, put their next notch in the belt with another installment in their elemental series, water.

As we explore the world around us, it’s seeming more and more like the realms of science are not reflecting to us “the culmination of human knowledge and unbiased progress” but rather a carefully crafted paradigm in which the lab-coat-clad quarantiners have roped off areas that interfere with the profits of their monopolistic paymasters and the capstone cabal has made sure to  strategically structure their “fancy educational institutions” to leave any information that might lead to opening these doors, scattered across the cutting room floor.

But there are plenty of rabbit holes full of erased history, dismissed discoveries, and destroyed scientists to look at, for those curious enough to take the journey, and that’s what we’re doing today specifically in the realm of that mysterious, magical, and essential element: Water.

As many of you know, we’re methodically working through a series of chats that revolve around alchemy and the elements with Plus member and wise sage – Shamangineer.

So far we have knocked out two previous shows: 1st we started with the “Air” episode where we talked about Aether theory, that wild little substance called ORMUS, and the mysterious airships of the Sonora Aeroclub….and then we followed that up with the “Earth” episode where we talked about the advanced perma-culture practices of the native Americans, enriching the soil through strange means and the power of the bio-char process….and today we’re tackling the realm of Water Alchemy, talking about some of  its under the radar qualities, and exploring the work of brilliant minds they don’t want you to know about….
Back in the saddle for another wild ride, my friend and yours the Shamangineer.


Stay informed from his page to follow discussions of the other elements. tinybiggrin




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#6
Awesome! I spent almost 8 years building a formidable collection of alchemy books and lab equipment. All in boxes just waiting for me to have a house, I never wanted to set a lab up in a rental property (I also didn't have the yard space to build a garden where rare / odd plants can be grown for the process). 

Thanks for the vid!  tinycool

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(09-04-2017, 03:37 PM)DuckforcoveR Wrote: Awesome! I spent almost 8 years building a formidable collection of alchemy books and lab equipment. All in boxes just waiting for me to have a house, I never wanted to set a lab up in a rental property (I also didn't have the yard space to build a garden where rare / odd plants can be grown for the process). 

Thanks for the vid!  tinycool

DFC
And Now you have A House,,,,,, and a Wife and Yard Work and painting and fence repairs and her garden to put in and the dishes to do, OH and don't forget the laundry!
Like your wife says, you can open those Boxes when you have Free Time.  smallroflmao
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yeah, that's about it  tinycrying tinysurprised tinywhat
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