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Erim. The subtle power of the magnetic rhythmic impulse emitter

Domenico Caputo erim magnetic rhythmic impulse Pier Luigi Ighina

Erim. The subtle power of the magnetic rhythmic impulse emitter

It was discovered that the DNA acts as a sponge that absorbs light: The Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Gariaev put a DNA molecule in a quartz cuvette and observed - using appropriate instruments - that it was absorbing photons of light, and saving then in the form of a spiral. An Italian researcher already mentioned before, Pier Luigi Ighina - which was Guglielmo Marconi’s assistant - in the’70s - 80s, created a special antenna, ERIM, acronym of Emettitore Ritmico Impulsivo Magnetico: magnetic rhythmic impulse emitter. According to the his ideas, this tool interacts with electromagnetic waves of sunlight,...

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Heating the Substance Again. Distillation Circulation Coobation

Leonardo Anfolsi alcohol distillation distillation Distillation Circulation Coobation Distillation has something magical

Heating the Substance Again. Distillation Circulation Coobation

The distillation has something magical, we can’t figure out why a substance gets refined through heat and the passing in another container, or even circulating, which is rising and falling in the same glass balloon. We just know it works: through this process the substances lose some of their toxicity, become more digestible or refined, more alcoholic, more penetrating or concentrated. Moreover, through distillation or movement, we can literally change the nature of some particular substances. This happens in particular when we put them through a specific degree of heat, under vacuum, or eventually when, during distillation, we use special...

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The alchemist stripped bare in the bachelor 2

Arturo Schwarz alchemy operative alchemy

The alchemist stripped bare in the bachelor 2

Continue from part one - In the course of this journey the Bachelor’s desires will be constantly threatened by two imposing castrating machines that symbolize the Bachelor’s onanistic activity: the Water Mill, whose seesaw movement controls the aperture of the castrating Scissors, and the Chocolate Grinder, whose gyratory movement produces “milk chocolate.”[43] Let us notice that the Scissors rest on the tip of the sharp Bayonet that rises threateningly from the heart of the Chocolate Grinder. A beautiful poetical metaphor concludes the account of this perilous voyage. The mirror reflections of the Bachelor’s desires “coming from below” will harmoniously organize...

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The alchemist stripped bare in the bachelor 1

Arturo Schwarz alchemy elixir of life finding a universal solvent methods for transmuting metals into gold operative alchemy

The alchemist stripped bare in the bachelor 1

The alchemist stripped bare in the bachelor (article from Nitrogeno 2) Even If I have ever practiced alchemy, it was in the only way it can be done now, that is to say, without knowing it.[1] -Marcel Duchamp The Philosopher’s stone is nothing more or less than that which was to enable man’s imagination to take a stunning revenge on all things.[2] -Andre Breton Alchemy is a word that contains several notions, of which only the most common-and least important-is usually remembered. Most dictionaries encourage our laziness. For instance, the unabridged edition of the Random House Dictionary of the English...

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About Count Mattei’s Electrohomeopathy

Leonardo Anfolsi Count Cesare Mattei Count Mattei’s Electrohomeopathy electrohomeopathy electrohomeopathy remedies

About Count Mattei’s Electrohomeopathy

The formulas and the preparations his legacy today in Europe and India. Count Cesare Mattei created the first multinational pharmaceutical company, with 107 locations and more around the world, what we would call today a “multinational company with great geographical dispersion”. This EH company represented and sold - or offered to the poor - the medicines for which the Count became famous. He was especially well-loved among nobles, monarchs and leaders - from the USA to Japan - who often went to Italy, to his Castello di Riola, to receive his diagnosis and his cure, which he always gave in...

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