- Aug 31, 2012
Okay, you believe in transmutation, but this doesn't answer the question as to why you believe there's a secret solvent (philosopher's stone)in the first place, which you learned about from the very mouths that speak of pure misguidance and deception.
Because there's just too many historical witnesses -many of them who were in fact skeptical of alchemy- that this thing is very real. This "bothersome" detail just can't be easily dismissed. Plus the alchemists very persistent efforts at trying to conceal this part of the subject also will make any observant person suspect that there are indeed important facts to be found here, otherwise such persistence seems quite out of place.
Is believing in a secret solvent, as described by the alchemists, and believing in the perfect chemical reactions that youve seen thus far the same as The Stone? Sounds like two different things, I suppose particle accelerators in this regard, is a secret solvent, which it isn't but still produces gold.
No, but it certainly clears up one big obstacle in the way: the supposed "impossibility" of transmutation, and thus by logical extension of alchemy itself. Such a thing is a modern myth created by physics and ordinary chemistry, as it fits their agendas and theoretical framework, with which they are just about as infatuated, and loyal to, as the alchemists and chymists were with theirs. All of them are victims of their idolatry of theories/speculation. FREE YOURSELF FROM ITS CHAINS! Worship only at the altar of EMPIRICAL FACTS.
What are some of your favorite authors you feel are genuine JDP?
Too long to mention. The ones I like the most are the ones who don't try to fool and misguide you, specially with that silly "one matter only" ruse.