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PostSubject: Solar Salt?   Mon Feb 02, 2009 11:31 pm

it is truly through amazing adventure and universal direction that i have found myself here at alchemy illuminate. thank you Nick, from the bottom of my heart, for creating such a site and such a forum for those moving towards evolution of spiritual consciousness to converse in.

the first thing i need to say is that i have not yet made the elixir. i have been studying alchemy on a personal level for about a year and a half now while traveling the US, and have every thread and every bit and byte that has been available through this site and others. i fully intend to dedicate myself to this work as soon as i find myself in a place of my own. not having privacy or a house is not very helpful, but i see that i will be there within a month of now. i have a question that i am sure has some importance to it.

has anyone here ever heard of "solar salt"? it's sea salt that has already been left out in the sun to dry directly, bottled and then sold that way. i saw it on the shelf of a local co-op, and was intrigued as to how that might work just as well, if not for me, then more so for people living in colder climates that have trouble drying it in the sun themselves. this computer doesn't work the best and i don't have time to post links about it, but i am fairly sure that this is what people in alaska have been waiting for Smile
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PostSubject: Solar Salt = Salt Flower?   Tue Feb 03, 2009 7:36 pm

Hello,

I found out that the "salt Flower" might be what you are talking about.

It´s a fine layer of salt that forms on the surface of the salina. Here´s an explanation:

"The Salt flower is formed at the hot hours of the afternoon. When the breeze cherishes the surface of water slightly, the extracting the salt from surfaces covers light veil: the Salt flower. This Salt flower is a rare salt. It appears only when time is hot and the light breeze; these days, a square produces on average 1 kg of Salt flower. Slightly dew and scented at the time of the gathering, the Salt flower becomes of a luminous white while drying. Become very quickly the salt of the gourmets, the Salt flower deserves her growing reputation."

I manage to find this type of salt here in Brazil, Its difficult to find a real natural sea salt here , for our FDA now prohibits selling salts that are not industrialized and iodised. I also found natural salt from the region of Guerand France, its expensive. But Salt Flower is more expensive than that, I think Salt flower would suit fine for the elixir, just that when I saw it in the market it was so white
and clean that I thought it would be industrialised as well. So I made an option for Guérand salt wich is greyish. But I think teh Salt FLower is really very bright as these links state:

here are some links for you :

http://www.aftouch-cuisine.com/en/salt-flower-87.htm

http://www.saltworks.us/salt_info/si_gourmet_reference.asp

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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Tue Feb 03, 2009 8:02 pm

wow, that is actually the next step of what i was thinking of, thank you so much for the input! this feels very much right to me, i wasn't aware there was actually "young salt" being sold anywhere! has anyone tried to use this in the process before? and more importantly, a link on the 1st site i followed to a site to purchase salt flower told me that it is very high in magnesium. is this mineral anything that might create an undesired precipitate in the flask as i maintain it's temperature during the process, or, can i cleanse this salt further by dissolving it into distilled water and evaporating it off? it looks very white and pretty, lol. thank you so much for the link!
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PostSubject: Salt FLower   Tue Feb 03, 2009 8:16 pm

Ok,

I ´ve got the french greyish salt, I´m thinking about washing it with distilled water too,

( tap water I think is fully contaminated with chlorine and other chemicals )

But As I read the original document from the old alchemist he talks about using a clear and bright salt. So I think Flower of salt is the right thing to use, plus I read it has got all the 84 oligoelements and nutrients the real sea salt must have.
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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Tue Feb 03, 2009 10:13 pm

mrgiller wrote:
Ok,

I ´ve got the french greyish salt, I´m thinking about washing it with distilled water too,

( tap water I think is fully contaminated with chlorine and other chemicals )

But As I read the original document from the old alchemist he talks about using a clear and bright salt. So I think Flower of salt is the right thing to use, plus I read it has got all the 84 oligoelements and nutrients the real sea salt must have.



I am currently dissolving and evaporatingmy dead sea salt. My plans are to process
this over 7 times and sun dry it to add solar fire in the process. I am currently using
untouched rain water captured during an east Texas thunder storm.

I am sure distilled water would work. I think I would distill it myself as apposed to
buying it from the store. Maybe take the store bought distilled water and run it
through your condenser once just to make sure the bottler didn't contaminate it.

Watch the video on water on the Home page. It will give you a new appreciation of water.
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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Wed Feb 04, 2009 3:15 am

i would think that as long as you buy distilled water of a slightly higher quality than sam's club water, and preferably in a container of glass (not plastic), that it would be the best thing to use. i wouldn't trust rain water where i'm at right now, this is the 2nd most polluted state in the country and the rain here is anything but clean. i'm not sure how much i would truly trust direct rain water from other states either, just seems like there would be unpredictable contaminants that wouldn't be worth the time dealing with. the point of the wash with the salts and the process of allowing it to dry in the sun is primarily towards completly cleansing the salts and adding in the solar energy, is it not? if this is the case, it only makes sense to me that the cleanest water would be distilled. you're not using the water, just the salts, and it's the energy from the sun that you are concentrating into the salts, not from the water, so why take all the time to use rain water? i've always thought that simply and sensible is the safest route, so i'm going to seek out some higher-quality distilled water and not worry about any contaminants whatsoever. i might even distill it one more time myself, just to make sure. it really does seem to me that it is what is in the salt that matters much more than what's in the water, the water evaporates off, so you want it to be as "empty" of ANY sort of foreign contaminents as possible, especially unpredictable ones. i would not feel comfortable using any water that has a Ph below 7.0

as far as programming water goes, have you ever heard of the solfegio arpegio? they are healing frequencies/vibrations that have been shown to have significant effects on the body that i myself have felt quite thoroughly. here is a list of them, you can look them up on youtube:

174 HZ - establishing foundation, grounding
285 HZ - quantum congnition
396 HZ - liberation from fear
417 HZ - transmutation
528 HZ - DNA repair, healing
639 HZ - love and unity
741 HZ - counciousness expansion
852 HZ - awakening intuition
963 HZ - (haven't found direct meaning)

there is one set of videos in which a person took a large speaker, put a piece of sheet metal on it, put salt on the sheet metal, and generated the frequencies one by one. after a few seconds of each of these frequencies, there was a shape defining the physical manifest of that vibration for every one, all sorts of beautiful sacred geometry. there are similiar experiments that have been done in applying the vibration directly to water and it has been noted that the same patterns show up. i know it is always beneficial to speak to your water before drinking it, holy vibrations such as "namaste" and "aum", or even as simple as "bless you", can have amazing effects over time on anyone's health. i am curious to see if which of these frequencies would have a natural resonance with the vibration the elixer resides in, or whether it would be higher than 963. check out some of the videos and let me know what you think - you can just type in one of the numbers above with the HZ to get to one, look for the ones that are at a blue/yellow/greenish color and look like salt lined out in a pattern. those are also the most direct videos, having ONLY the frequencies themselves and not music overtones.
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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Wed Feb 04, 2009 4:02 am

just had an amazing thought jump out at me from the movie posted on water memory.

the water's memory, a higher plane of matter than this physical density, would be based on the direct energy imprint, would it not? if this is true, then the best water we could use in our stone is water that is clean from any imprint on our salts in the cleansing process. dew is naturally in such a small, highly-reflective state that it only makes sense to me that it's total memory is based on it's lunar exposure and direct surroundings. for our salts, however, we would not want to use any water that has not had it's total pre-conditioned memory erased, if you will, for direct and complete solar imprinting. so the best water that one could use for this process is probably water taken from a spring by hand, distilled with care, and then had it's memory erased. so the question is, what is the memory?

my question is what is it exactly to de-ionize water, what are ions in relation to water memory, and is there a relatively simply way to do this at home?
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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Wed Feb 04, 2009 12:34 pm

I've heard that you can erase the memory of the water, like resetting it by vortexing it. They use similar techniques with expensive(Koi/Stingray) fishes in aquaculture, I wonder why they do this ...
By vortexing the water 1 side, the memory can be erased. By vortexing it the other side, you can recharge it with energy. This energy can also be measured, they call it the "Bovis" amount. So the more "Bovis" water has, the more energy it has. Take a look at a simple device for vortexing the water:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=NL&hl=nl&v=ZmYjcBUj8Z4&feature=channel_page


Maybe anyone can confirm this technique?
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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Wed Feb 04, 2009 6:44 pm

do you have an english copy of the video available?

i've heard about vortexing water counter-clockwise to charge it with negative ions, very beneficial, but i've never heard that clockwise simply erases the memory. is this why every time i get a glass of water from the faucet i intinctually start stirring it clockwise? hmm.......

i appreciate the video, if you could find a copy in english or let me know in a general way what it is exactly they are explaining that would be great. all i want to accomplish is the optimum water for washing my salts without letting anything unwanted, physical or etherical, to find their way into them. i'd like to use spring water, hand taken with love, distilled, memory erased, and then allow to sit in the sun, covered, for at least a week. does anyone think it would be better to used pre-solar charged water in evaporating the salts in?

and another thing; astral energy. several things i've read have told me that, essentually, astral energy is just light that is in the UV spectrum, at a higher vibration than our eyes can typically see. so is what you need, that the dew contains, UV light? i think it might be a good idea, while having bottles of dew sitting around, to keep them in a black light at all times, not only to make sure that the astral energies don't dissipate, but to keep them in a UV environment. any thoughts on this?

as well as solar lamps?

i'm not trying to make a synthetic stone or anything of that nature, i'm just curious to see this process from as many angles as possible so that i might form a better technique to work with myself. i am very glad to find a place i can communicate with others about such ideas and not be called "obsessive compulsive", lol.
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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Wed Feb 04, 2009 8:11 pm

I'll try to find a copy, or a similar video in English. In the video, they only explain a little of how to make such a simple device. But if you look carefully, most people would understand. They just use a small pump to pump the water from a can to the bottles, you can force the direction of the flow by changing the position of the small water-inlets. Later maybe more..
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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Wed Feb 04, 2009 10:27 pm

Ok, I've got it now. Couldn't really focus on it too well earlier, a lot was going on around me and I didn't have much time to use the computer. Thank you so much for the video, I'll work on making one soon.

Do you know which one was having it's memory erased, and which one was being filled with energy? I would assume that counter-clockwise is absorbing energy, but I'd like to be sure. Thanks again-
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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:28 am

I'm not familiar with this "salt flower', "sun salt" substance, in fact this post is the first time I've ever heard of it. But it would seem logical that it could be made by either leaving sea salt out in the bright sun for some period of time or leaving reconstituted sea water sealed in a glass container to sit in the sun.
I speak here only from intuition and not actual knowledge. But if anyone has any thoughts on this idea I would appreciate hearing them.

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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Fri Feb 06, 2009 5:47 pm

I'm remember reading an alchemy manuscript that describes the process of collecting the iridescent dry salt from the surface of a salt water solution. This is supposed to be the essence of the salt. I think maybe it was in Digby's anthology.

UPDATE: I remember now --- in the last section of Digby's big book in the RAMSdigital.com library, he talks about VITRIOL. He say's to dissolve the copper sulfate in water and evaporate it until a salt forms on the surface, and when you collect this, it becomes green. Then you digest it to make it red.
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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Fri Feb 06, 2009 8:42 pm

Here I found another definition:::

Flower of salt

Flower of salt: thin layer that forms on the surface the salt tide, during the continuous evaporation. The salt does not suffer any transformation, as well the natural drying in the sun, which eliminates the tone rose.

The flower of salt contains all 84 trace elements and micronutrients found in the sea. An adequate level of this salt is very important for the functioning of our body. The system doctor / pharmacist teaches us that a diet with little salt leads to a longer life. In fact, the salt is damaging the common salt, refined. As the flower of salt, the facts are:

* A diet with little salt for the treatment of high blood pressure is a disgrace based on a dogma rather than proof. * A diet with restriction of salt can increase blood pressure. * Lack of salt can accelerate the aging and cell degeneration. * Lack of salt can weaken the health, cause kidney and liver problems and a strong adrenal exhaustion. * A diet without salt tires the muscles of the heart and can cause a stroke. * The healing power of the flower of salt equivalent to vitamin C, vitamin E and many other nutrients.

For human use, the salt must be ionized and contain all the minerals and trace elements in correct proportion to the plasma. The organic iodine contained in sea salt not refined, it offers some protection against the harmful effects of radiation.
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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Fri Feb 06, 2009 11:38 pm

thanks,,,Nick....for that one,,something to work on for the winter time here,,
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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Fri Feb 06, 2009 11:54 pm

Hum, Seems like there is a lot of good stuff in sea salt. Maybe the American
Medical Association lied to us.
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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Sat Feb 07, 2009 4:09 pm

"Maybe the American
Medical Association lied to us."

Yes , That´s for shure and there is another organization that is even worse Than the Medical association, FDA, It´s a big Mafia together with Big FArma , and as for the Big Cancer Scam Industry I´m not even going to embark on, its a real dirty business, it´ll make you vomit. We´ll go off topic here. But yes all the industrialised "products" that are refined lose their spirit and naturalness, table salt loses all the 84 oligoelemts, what
is left is just plain NACL and iodine ( sometimes in higher levels than necessary ).
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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Mon Feb 16, 2009 2:18 pm

Yep, I totally agree, we as Americans have been lied to for a very long time. When we discover something that is new to us, we automatically say, "how can this be?" Hitler himself said, tell a lie, loud enough, often enough, and say it with a little truth mixed in, and people will believe it. Well, something like that.
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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:21 pm

...And so dear Nick...
...Let's say "keep it salty simple" ?
Just buy a good quality and not bad-refined salt ?
...May be salt-Flower or dead-sea salts are better ?

That's all ?

Thank you.

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PostSubject: Re: Solar Salt?   Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:36 pm

If I'm hearing Nick correctly, a regular store bought sea salt that has been refined for human consumption should work just fine.
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