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Nitrogeno — operative alchemy

On making gold yesterday. Tradition, ethics, history

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On making gold yesterday. Tradition, ethics, history

It is essential not to fall into the incorrect idea of believing that alchemy only means “to make gold”, as we have already explained in the editorial, and we invite everyone to read it because it contains all the ethics of the science/art in just a few sentences. Every form, sector or level of knowledge involves an unavoidable responsibility, even if we do not know or notice it. Suffice it to say that the alchemists of the past were not attracted by gold but by Art. Ars Gratia Artis[1]. Making gold to them was a demonstration of an intellectual refinement,...

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The alchemist stripped bare in the bachelor 2

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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

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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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Nushadir. The salt of Ammon or Amun: an appropriate practice of Inner Alchemy

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Nushadir. The salt of Ammon or Amun: an appropriate practice of Inner Alchemy

Friar Basilio Valentino writes of this salt: When they break my wingsand prepare me to be bathed in water- which is my enemy -I become capable of breaking the metals,and I break them with violent strenght.So that a fine mercury is producedThe tartar must be there toomore I cannot give to youif the Sun and the Moon are not in me. I find it very interesting that the good Friar Basilio likes to identify himself[1] with the substance of the salt of Ammon or Amun: an appropriate practice of Inner Alchemy. In fact, the sal armoniac has the power to...

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Video - Nitrogeno #3 presentation

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Video - Nitrogeno #3 presentation

Leonardo Anfolsi present third issue of Nitrogeno HOW THEY MADE GOLD: Alchemists were really able to produce gold. Here are their stories and those of modern scientific researchers who have obtained the same result: researches, evidences and (true) procedures to make gold.  

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