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Hello, My Name Is Alchemist

Postby Alchemist » Sun Jan 25, 2015 2:50 am

Hey, my name is Alchemist and I found this website through youtube. There was an someone there who was uploading his work onto youtube and sharing it with everyone and I found this website through a link in the description so hey, if you're reading this thank you for putting that link into the description otherwise I wouldn't have found this site. I look forward to hearing from you, getting to know some of you, learning from you and I also look forward to uploading pictures of my work soon. I don't bite so if you're down to chat and get to know me some more or if you have any questions feel free to send me a message :)
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Re: Hello, My Name Is Alchemist

Postby kiorionis » Sun Jan 25, 2015 4:26 am

Hey Alchemist :)

Welcome, What kind of work have you been up to?
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Re: Hello, My Name Is Alchemist

Postby MShoAT » Sun Jan 25, 2015 3:54 pm

Welcome Alchemist :)

Good to see you found your way here. We keep most of the topics out of sight of the search engine bots. So most people find their way here by referral or invitation.

kiorionis wrote:What kind of work have you been up to?


I'm also curious to hear more about that :)
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Re: Hello, My Name Is Alchemist

Postby starklazy » Mon Jan 26, 2015 9:31 am

"From this book the wise will see, Life is not what it seemed to be."

That quote is from the BoA book and website.

I wonder, does your work have something to do with the BoA's recipe?
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Re: Hello, My Name Is Alchemist

Postby Alchemist » Wed Jan 28, 2015 4:40 am

I don't know how to quote all of you but I'm making my way past the First Part of the BoA method. I've read the book and It makes a lot of sense but however, It seems too good to be true has any of you or anyone else on this site manage to actually make the stone? I've read a few forums saying that the method was a hoax but for now the process is onto a terrific start but then again... I haven't completed it so I don't know how long this smile on my face will last IF I find out later that this method doesn't even work.
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Re: Hello, My Name Is Alchemist

Postby Solx » Wed Jan 28, 2015 9:36 am

welcome Alchemist :)

it is of my opinion that the boa method if fact dose work. it has worked for me. as i suspect it also worked for a few of the forum members such as Poseidon or Solomon, yet the forum was closed down before we got those final results. some of the text is misleading when it talks about the heating of the prepared salts. so the heat used is up to you to best guess. good luck. and its great to have you with us.
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Re: Hello, My Name Is Alchemist

Postby SolarSeeker » Sun Feb 01, 2015 9:50 pm

The book of aquarious is right in theory, but is severely lacking in practice.

You can create something that is the white philosopher's stone from a chemistry stands point, but it lacks the raw power needed for transmutation.
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Re: Hello, My Name Is Alchemist

Postby kiorionis » Sun Feb 01, 2015 11:24 pm

SolarSeeker wrote:You can create something that is the white philosopher's stone from a chemistry stands point, but it lacks the raw power needed for transmutation.


Why does it lack raw power?
And if it lacks raw power to transmute, is it really the Stone?
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Re: Hello, My Name Is Alchemist

Postby ggkvarma » Mon Feb 02, 2015 1:49 am

dear solx,
no posidon never compleated the salt, i dont know about soloman,but he had a good collection of quotes in a proper manner.
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Re: Hello, My Name Is Alchemist

Postby SolarSeeker » Mon Feb 02, 2015 3:57 am

kiorionis wrote:
SolarSeeker wrote:You can create something that is the white philosopher's stone from a chemistry stands point, but it lacks the raw power needed for transmutation.


Why does it lack raw power?
And if it lacks raw power to transmute, is it really the Stone?


From a chemistry stands point it is the stone, it's just incomplete.
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