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Russel bridges



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PostSubject: Novice sources   Tue Jan 23, 2018 5:19 pm

Ive taken to work with herbal medicines and making kombutcha. Ive studyed the nature of negive ions and such and i am particularly interested in isaak newtons free energy device. And i am bashful to say that i am not well enough versed in the old teachings. Ive done my own searching for sourses but i would like the forums imput into what books, poetry and other sorces i should look into. Not just me but all the other folk such as myself. I plan to work with dew and salt, but without expecting results or creating dangerious situations. Just gaining experience. I love studying and learning new things and i want to come up to speed on this honestly in hopes to show im dedicated. And you guys know the best sources.
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PostSubject: Re: Novice sources   Tue Jan 23, 2018 6:10 pm

Russel bridges wrote:
Ive taken to work with herbal medicines and making kombutcha. Ive studyed the nature of negive ions and such and i am particularly interested in isaak newtons free energy device. And i am bashful to say that i am not well enough versed in the old teachings. Ive done my own searching for sourses but i would like the forums imput into what books, poetry and other sorces i should look into. Not just me but all the other folk such as myself. I plan to work with dew and salt, but without expecting results or creating dangerious situations. Just gaining experience. I love studying and learning new things and i want to come up to speed on this honestly in hopes to show im dedicated. And you guys know the best sources.

Welcome! cheers

I make my own kombucha too! (Ever try using oolong tea instead of the black tea?--it makes a delicious final product!)



Personally, I appreciate Albert Magnus and Sendivogius for their wording. Though they both veiled their speech, as most legitimate Alchemists did, the way they present their knowledge resonates well within me.

Louis Grassot is someone I keep going back to over and over again. His lucidity and fluff-free delivery is totally up my alley.

Rhumelius and Cyliani both clear up tons of minor details regarding the more advanced stages of our Work.

Philalethes provides wonderful insights and is supremely easy reading compared to most authors.

Glauber wrote so much! He stimulates the mind with many interesting ideas and concepts if you're willing to take the time to read through all he has to say. Boerhaave too!

Roger Bacon, George Ripley, and Basil Valentine of course. These Masters are never to be forgotten and their works should be read over and over again.

Flamel provides neat symbolism interpretation that can help you understand Alchemy more sufficiently, and as hesitant as I am to recommend modern authors Fulcanelli is worth poking through when you have time.

Don't forget to read the "Turba Philosophorum" and "Rosarium Philosophorum" while you're at it!

Arnold de Villa Nova, Morenius, Artephius, Zosimos, etc.

...Too many to list!


http://www.rexresearch.com/alchindx.htm

http://alchemywebsite.com/texts.html

http://www.goodgame.org.nz/alchemicalTexts.html

http://ramsdigital.com/buy.html
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PostSubject: Re: Novice sources   Wed Jan 24, 2018 6:51 pm

Thanks for your support, much appreciated
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