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PostSubject: Sulfur of gold   Sat Jun 07, 2014 3:39 pm

Here is the lovely red sulfur of gold extraction

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now Im working on a alkalest to extract the oil of gold
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PostSubject: Re: Sulfur of gold   Sun Jun 08, 2014 9:25 pm

would you care to add anymore info to this ? what process you used or anything? going by the picture itself only, i do have to say it is pretty Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Sulfur of gold   Sun Jun 08, 2014 9:27 pm

Right.
Anyway, my compliments.
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PostSubject: Re: Sulfur of gold   Sun Jun 08, 2014 9:36 pm

Here, it was from the "Nitri and dew" thread...
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PostSubject: sulfur of gold   Mon Jun 09, 2014 8:52 am

No this was not extracted with nitri and dew

You will need 150 mils of boiling distilled water add 2 table spoons full
of citric acid  dissolved in the water then slowly add ammonia carbonate it will fizz keep adding ammonia carbonate till  wont dissolve any more then let cool
 then filter out remaining solids through 4 coffee filters.   place your gold in your solution and heat about 120 to 150 degrees I use a coffee
warmer for this step . it will draw the sulfur out of your gold in about 3 to 4 hrs leaving  your gold intact  you can decant off the liquid and save it then run the process again over and over till no more red will extract then add all red solutions togeather  and  distill or evaporate
to 100 mills  this will be concentrated sulfur of gold. it will not be of any use to the body  I have very little gold salt so Im going to use a nice white copper salt I have made to add the sulfur to after I extract a mercury  from gold  that will be the hard part of the process.

you can find some more information alchemy forums about this it just not as much detailed  as the information presented hear.


find citric acid in the canning section of grocery store  ammonia carbonate found on ebay  small packages about 4 to 5 dollars
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PostSubject: Re: Sulfur of gold   Mon Jun 09, 2014 1:46 pm

Hi Alkem,
That is interesting and looks pretty simple.
So you say that is a kind of red lion or simply that "sal metallorum est lapis philosophorum"?
Is in some ways a useful calx of gold?
Thank you
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PostSubject: sulfur of gold   Mon Jun 09, 2014 3:42 pm

I wouldn't call it the red lion  I tasted it and no effects were felt but Im sure that it would be useful in making the stone,  salt sulfur and mercury  dew salt gold sulfur dew water rain water distilled water . our
mercury thoughts to ponder on     zosimos sal metlorim  not sure on that on I will haft to read up on that. I wouldn't say it is the calx of gold because the gold is still left behind just with less luster then before

let set under the full moon maybe  catch some astrial  sprit your choice   to see where it take you  simple process  just let nature do most of the work for you.


the real healing  part of gold would be the oil of gold I have taken that before and I gave it to my dog that was about to die  she is now very much alive and kicking  as  I type this and acts like a puppy now.

It did make her young again or at least feel young again  she is 15 yrs old  and still acts like a puppy   check out the old alchemy manuscripts  that speak of oil of gold  check out hollands oil of gold and many others  that speak of this    john French's art of disstliation

for those of you who do not have the rams CD I would suggest rex's research they have a huge alchemy section you can look through and download pdf s or buy there CD for 13.00 dollars it has a lot of whats in the rams CD not all is there but a lot of information for cheap


best regards Alkem

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PostSubject: Re: Sulfur of gold   Tue Jun 10, 2014 7:06 am

alkem5161 wrote:
I wouldn't call it the red lion  I tasted it and no effects were felt but Im sure that it would be useful in making the stone,  salt sulfur and mercury  dew salt gold sulfur dew water rain water distilled water . our
mercury thoughts to ponder on     zosimos sal metlorim  not sure on that on I will haft to read up on that.  I wouldn't say it is the calx of gold  because the gold is still left behind just with less   luster then before

let set under the full moon maybe  catch some astrial  sprit your choice   to see where it take you  simple process  just let nature do most of the work for you.


the real healing  part of gold would be the oil of gold I have taken that before and I gave it to my dog that was about to die  she is now very much alive and kicking  as  I type this and acts like a puppy now.

It did make her young again or at least feel young again  she is 15 yrs old  and still acts like a puppy   check out the old alchemy manuscripts  that speak of oil of gold  check out hollands oil of gold and many others  that speak of this    john French's art of disstliation

for those of you who do not have the rams CD I would suggest rex's research   they have a huge alchemy section  you can look through and download pdf s or buy there CD for 13.00 dollars  it has a lot of whats in the rams CD not all is there  but a lot of information for cheap


best regards Alkem

zosimos you gave me something to think about maybe the oil is there in the solution Im going to distill it down to see if turns in to a thick oily liquid  Very Happy  will keep you guys up to date on the progress

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PostSubject: Re: Sulfur of gold   Wed Jun 11, 2014 1:04 am

Hi Alkem,
SAL METALLORUM EST LAPIS PHILOSOPHORUM is a phrase written in the Tugel (or Jugel) text.
It means that when you have a salt of a metal, well, you have quite enough to produce the stone.
May be you can experiment with little quantities.

There are a lot of solvents and a lot of ways to deal with them when they have given the right result. But... Which is the right result?  Smile 
Good luck.
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PostSubject: sulphur of gold   Sun Jul 06, 2014 10:35 am

http://alquimia.100foros.com/proceso...fal-vt152.html

this is in Spanish you may want to check this out I use bing to translate I think this could be done with c aqua regea and nitric

be careful not to make fullmating gold could go boom
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PostSubject: Re: Sulfur of gold   Mon Jul 07, 2014 5:25 am

Thank you _, but does not open.
So, please control your link.
Thank you again.
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PostSubject: Re: Sulfur of gold   Mon Jul 07, 2014 8:17 am

Try this link

http://alquimia.100foros.com/proceso...fal-vt152.html

I clicked on the  link and it open the page  then just right click on page to translate if using Microsoft translate with bing

this is pretty straight forward process Im going to try this one just
to see if it works Im just waiting on my gold leaf from thailand
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PostSubject: Re: Sulfur of gold   Mon Jul 07, 2014 1:00 pm

^^^^^

 cheers (points up)

I see I'm not the only one who feeds alchemy elixirs to my sick pets.

Congrats on the healing results!

That red liquid in your picture. Try drying it completely, I suspect that it can be condensed into a red crystal. If that crystal can melt but not burn in the heat of a fire,you may be on to something.
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PostSubject: Re: Sulfur of gold   Tue Jul 08, 2014 8:20 am

In keemia Sulpher of copper has got more importance than of gold !
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PostSubject: Re: Sulfur of gold   Tue May 24, 2016 11:25 pm

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