Monday, 10 October 2011

Lead Into Gold...?

Joseph Wright of Derby: The Alchemist in Search 
of the Philosophers Stone, 1771

If you've ever spent any time wondering what the archaic art of alchemy was all about, just what was meant by terms such as the 'Philosopher's Stone' and the suggestion that practioners could turn base metal into gold whilst simultaneously hinting at an occult transformation of the Spirit and the Body, you now have the opportunity to unravel these mysteries yourself and follow in the footsteps of the old masters.

This is the claim of an anonymous writer who has put together a freely downloadable e-book which distills the essence of the Hermetic Art, quotes from the old texts and breaks open the coded language and symbolism.

It's called 'The Book Of Aquarius' and you can get it from HERE
Alchemy and the Philosophers' Stone are real. This is not a joke or a scam. This book covers the full theory and practice of alchemy and how to make the Philosophers' Stone, capable of reversing the aging process and curing all disease to the effect that one could live forever. This is an ancient secret which has never before been publicly released. Please read the book before making any judgement on it; this world is not what it seems to be. The Book of Aquarius is free and public-domain (no copyright). You may copy and distribute the book in any way.
Supposedly once one has acquired the necessary equipment (not expensive), the refinement process to procure the 'Elixir Of Life' takes possibly between 18 months and 3 years. The one ingredient (the prima materia) needed may surprise many, but once you read the old texts it becomes obvious what is being referred to. There's also a forum linked from the download page where you can share info with your fellow questers and the author himself to compare notes.

Jay Weidner writes about the possibilities here -
The Golden Age Has Begun

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