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If making this oxide is really of interest, then it should help us in the extraction of either SULFUR or MERCURY, or both. (in this case i'd say sulfur) and i'm just speaking of particular processes and principles. Anyway, if we have the two components of the silver we have the ingredients for our heavy metal cake. 🤟
speaking of cakes I did joe champions silver to gold experiment once on silver cement. he took silver and added baking yeast to it. The yeast seemed to be eating the silver as food. Blue sulfur filled the water and an oil rose to the surface. The silver itself was ruined when I tried to reconvert it to nitrate form.
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speaking of cakes I did joe champions silver to gold experiment once on silver cement. he took silver and added baking yeast to it. The yeast seemed to be eating the silver as food. Blue sulfur filled the water and an oil rose to the surface. The silver itself was ruined when I tried to reconvert it to nitrate form.

Baking yeast I know about as a keen bread maker. The yeasty beasties naturally multiply about every 20 mins (assuming they are alive and in a solution/environment that doesn't hurt them). They need a source of "food" like all living things but it won't be the silver.
When yeasties reproduce and multiply they produce ethanol as a byproduct, which is what causes the bubbles in bread dough that produce the nice eventual crumb. I believe therefore that is it this ethanol that is subsequently dissolving/eating the silver content. Googled a few sites for confirmation:

"The simplest organic lixiviants for the dissolution of elemental metals are solutions of halogens in an organic solvent. The halogens act as oxidizing agents to oxidize the metal from oxidation state zero to a higher oxidation state, which can be dissolved in the organic solvent. Examples of commonly used organic solvents are ethanol (EtOH), methyl acetate (MeOAc), butyl acetate (BuOAc), ethylene glycol (EG), acetonitrile (ACN), and tri-n-butylphosphate (TBP)"



If you want to prove this then all you need to do is create an environment in which the yeasties can't reproduce. For example, putting the jar into a cold fridge will essentially put the yeasties asleep so they won't reproduce at the same usual fast rate. I would first chill the entire solution down before putting in the yeast and then leave the whole thing in the fridge. You should find that the changes you saw don't occur or if they do it will only happen over a much longer period.
 

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But isnt the sulfur of silver blue? All we need to do here is plunge red hot copper into the beaker and tinge it right? I didnt think of that when i did this.
 

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Nice find… I especially liked the line of thought illustrating the differing states of Water to be comparable to different states of a Metal.

The matter of virgin Water being born underground reminds me of this:


Essentially, that under the right conditions Hydrogen reacts with Quartz / Silica to produce Water.

This then reminds me of the below presentation, where the fellow claims that ORMUS Gold / Platinum exists first as a gas, and is attracted to the crystalline lattice of Quartz / Silica, and due to its very small mono-atomic diameter, can make up ~ 10% of such materials.

Perhaps a fraction of this ORMUS is carried away with such subterranean born Waters?

Perhaps Water can be further potentiated via the Artisans intentional application of such Crystals…


ORMUS Gold from Glass…

 

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Essentially, that under the right conditions Hydrogen reacts with Quartz / Silica to produce Water.
I have believed for a long time that Quartz and Gold especially pop into being like a fluid suddenly crystallizing or like a popcorn.
I have seen it in the lab now, It's beautiful gas turns into metal.
 

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I have believed for a long time that Quartz and Gold especially pop into being like a fluid suddenly crystallizing or like a popcorn.
I have seen it in the lab now, It's beautiful gas turns into metal.

Wonderful. I believe it. So intriguing.

To me, it’s also intriguing that the Hebrew word for Phoenix is the same as Sand. Crystalline Silica Dioxide.

"The Centre of the World - a Grain of Sand."
-Henrey Madathanas, The Golden Age Restored

To riff off of some wording from some classics…

Sand: A readily available in a form Nature has made ready for Art (already ground small, already infused with ORMUS, and shown to act as a sponge for H & O3, FWIW), purchasable at low price, often trodden underfoot, played with by children, considered lowly, and (in prior ages) - ignored, while residing plainly in front of learned scholars (in the form of the hour glass).

 

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It's an interesting idea that there exists, lying dormant underground, huge quantities of water that is currently in a different form to "regular water" and which can be activated at a later date to transform it.

I wonder whether the Biblical tales of the Great Flood were in fact caused by a cataclysmic event of a nature that caused that dormant material (granite etc) to change form to normal water? The video talks about that only happening trillions of years from now when the Earth gets as far out as Jupiter. Not sure how that would happen but one could imagine that another heavenly body might have come close to Earth 1000s of years ago and greatly changed the gravitational forces to trigger the granite/water transformation or something similar.

The aspects regarding this continual cycle of water life and development sit well with the early chapters of the GCH I think. Everything having originally come from the same ONE thing which then became 2 things and then 4 and so on.
 

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But isnt the sulfur of silver blue?
It really makes things confusing when you guys continue to use antiquated terms.
What does "sulfur of silver" actually mean?
Anyway, since I don't really know what you're talking about, to take your question literally......No, silver sulfide is not blue, it's black.
Curiously, the late alchemist Jerel once reported to the ormus forums that silver in solution shows a blue color as a sign of success.
So now I really want to ask...how do you know about this blue color of silver?
EDIT: In a freakish co-incidence, immediately after posting this, I checked out the video provided by Denii in THIS POST and find that silver dissolves in strong sulfuric acid into a light blue solution.
All we need to do here is plunge red hot copper into the beaker and tinge it right?
Have you tried this before?
If so, what was the result?

These videos are both excellent resources.
Good find fellas!!
 
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I think sulfur refers to soul of and or oil of.
Silver does turn blue sometimes I saw it when doing electrolysis with distilled well water.
Apparently it means that your water is good?

So the sulfur of gold is described as a red oil which can be volatile, and there is even a sulfur of water which is also red/gold/yellow.
Sulfur = essence of?
 

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Apparently it means that your water is good?
Apparently Jerel told people that the blue color was a sign of success when working with silver.
As you'd already know, I believe the secret sauce is almost always due to a hidden component in the water.
So if you're seeing the blue color from electrolysis of distilled water.... Then IMO, yeah, that means your water is good.
I think sulfur refers to soul of and or oil of.

So the sulfur of gold is described as a red oil which can be volatile, and there is even a sulfur of water which is also red/gold/yellow.
Sulfur = essence of?
Thanks for trying to clarify.
I think my point about confusion still stands though.
When people say "sulfur of a metal", I literally think that refers to what you get when you react the metal with sulfur.
 

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One of the mindfucks of Alchemical texts, just like Mercury is often interpreted as HG but clearly they meant something else.
Sometimes they might actually mean yellow sulfur and HG depending on the author adding to the confusion.
 

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It really makes things confusing when you guys continue to use antiquated terms.
What does "sulfur of silver" actually mean?
Anyway, since I don't really know what you're talking about, to take your question literally......No, silver sulfide is not blue, it's black.
Curiously, the late alchemist Jerel once reported to the ormus forums that silver in solution shows a blue color as a sign of success.
So now I really want to ask...how do you know about this blue color of silver?
EDIT: In a freakish co-incidence, immediately after posting this, I checked out the video provided by Denii in THIS POST and find that silver dissolves in strong sulfuric acid into a light blue solution.

Have you tried this before?
If so, what was the result?



These videos are both excellent resources.
Good find fellas!!
I never tried anything with it. it was one of my first alchemy experiences. All I added to the water was baking yeast and silver cement from Agno3. within a day the yeast will begin to eat the silver. an experiment if one wants to try would be letting it sit in a wide basin all night under a full moon and then try to tinge with it. It was impossible to rextract a viable silver out of the dregs its like the yeast destroyed it.
 

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I never tried anything with it. it was one of my first alchemy experiences. All I added to the water was baking yeast and silver cement from Agno3. within a day the yeast will begin to eat the silver. an experiment if one wants to try would be letting it sit in a wide basin all night under a full moon and then try to tinge with it. It was impossible to rextract a viable silver out of the dregs its like the yeast destroyed it.

Did you try what I suggested with this experiment? Putting everything in a cold fridge to "suspend" the yeast? It's the ethanol eating the silver imo not the yeast. Ethanol produced as the by-product of yeast multiplication/reproduction.
 

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Did you try what I suggested with this experiment? Putting everything in a cold fridge to "suspend" the yeast? It's the ethanol eating the silver imo not the yeast. Ethanol produced as the by-product of yeast multiplication/reproduction.
ethanol is a product of carbohydrates being consumed by the yeast. I told you that there was nothing but yeast and silver in the water. the yeast was consuming the silver as if it were sugar. i tried explaining this a hundred times here.
 

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ethanol is a product of carbohydrates being consumed by the yeast. I told you that there was nothing but yeast and silver in the water. the yeast was consuming the silver as if it were sugar. i tried explaining this a hundred times here.

Hi MW

OK, so let me ask this. If you'd put the yeast in whatever water you used and left the silver out of it, what do you think would have happened to the yeast? Do you think it would ferment at all? If you put it in say a plastic container with a tight lid on do you think after say 1 day it would produce a hiss when you opened the lid?
 

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Hi MW

OK, so let me ask this. If you'd put the yeast in whatever water you used and left the silver out of it, what do you think would have happened to the yeast? Do you think it would ferment at all? If you put it in say a plastic container with a tight lid on do you think after say 1 day it would produce a hiss when you opened the lid?
I dont know but some reason why the silver began to decompose. i am too cheap to use my gold. if i did it would be a red water.
 

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Biofilm > yeast
 

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The biofilm contains SM which created ens from silver. maybe somebody could repeat the experiment.
 

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I dont know but some reason why the silver began to decompose. i am too cheap to use my gold. if i did it would be a red water.

Well I think it's worth checking just to be sure. If yeast will ferment and multiply in just water, thereby producing carbon dioxide and ethanol, then as I said earlier, it's likely the ethanol that is eating your silver. I can test this myself as I have packets of dry yeast a plenty though for making bread I prefer fresh baker's yeast.
 

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The biofilm contains SM which created ens from silver. maybe somebody could repeat the experiment.

Hi microwatt

Biofilm, yeast or alcohol (Ethanol) do not contain SM (Spiritus Mundi).

"maybe somebody could repeat the experiment." ...... thats a great idea.

You could also repeat the experiment many times so that you then know for sure.

Why do you think that SM (Spiritus Mundi) can be collected/generated from biofilm, yeast, etc.

Don't be cheap test with your gold (Au) also .... Alchemy is about continual Testing

otherwise we are just left Guessing and time is short.

Guessing = No Alchemy :)
 

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I'd rather not share my friends microbe research so I can just vouch for it, microbes can cause transmutation they can accumulate energy dismantle silica and more.
I have seen microscope videos of very strange looking "microbes" the regular ones die after a while in a fridge.
http://sam.vmicrobial.info/
Also Vinny Pinto's websites.
 

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Biofilm, yeast or alcohol (Ethanol) do not contain SM (Spiritus Mundi).

These are not the areas that Alchemists collect "Pure" SM (Spiritus Mundi).
 

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Biofilm, yeast or alcohol (Ethanol) do not contain SM (Spiritus Mundi).

These are not the areas that Alchemists collect "Pure" SM (Spiritus Mundi).
Nobody's talking to you lol.