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Our goal

Post by MShoAT » Sat Oct 26, 2013 8:18 am

This forum intends to create a meeting place for practical lab alchemists. If people are willing to contribute, this place will turn into an alchemist cookbook. Members will have the opportunity to learn tested recipes/processes, and benefit from the guidance and experience of other members.

We try to cover every part of practical lab alchemy. This translates into the following topics :
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- About the forum
- Introductions

Alchemical book exchange
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- Requests
- Suggested Reading, Books, Journals, Articles, Notes, Reviews

Equipment
- Glassware
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- How to make equipment

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- Practice

The Great Work
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- Practice

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Re: Our goal

Post by Solx » Mon Oct 13, 2014 12:28 am

cook book is what you can do our what can not be done, in my opinion this is a pefect state of an online mystery school

schools that cost 10's of thousands of dollars to join, if we chose you

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Re: Our goal

Post by Schmeldvich » Fri Oct 05, 2018 5:37 am

MShoAT wrote:This forum intends to create a meeting place for practical lab alchemists. If people are willing to contribute, this place will turn into an alchemist cookbook. Members will have the opportunity to learn tested recipes/processes, and benefit from the guidance and experience of other members.
For those, like me, who do not have the proper living situation to conduct much experimentation, do benefit so much from seeing others' experiments and pictures. With this modern age, the ability to share information is astounding!

Using the information we have (and continue to produce) here, one can easily learn what to do and what not to do without ever conducting an actual experiment of their own.

Many will frown upon this, but those with truly open minds and hearts will see how utterly beneficial the ones who choose to publically show their work to the masses are. It allows those who are not able to experiment now to have a valid, somewhat tangible resource to go by as we lay our sturdy foundation of the study of alchemy.

Of course, this is not for everyone, and not everyone will use the information presented here with pure intent, so that is where we see the wiser posters give us just enough meat to chew on that (Lord willing) prods us in the right direction when the time is right.

Thank you for continuing to post pictures, stay active, and run this forum so well, Mshoat. Your work and efforts here are much appreciated and do not go unnoticed!

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Re: Our goal

Post by pneumatician » Fri Oct 05, 2018 4:51 pm

Schmeldvich wrote:
Using the information we have (and continue to produce) here, one can easily learn what to do and what not to do without ever conducting an actual experiment of their own.
But in the end you need to put hands at work.

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Re: Our goal

Post by rherocc » Wed Feb 20, 2019 1:27 pm

Schmeldvich wrote:
MShoAT wrote:This forum intends to create a meeting place for practical lab alchemists. If people are willing to contribute, this place will turn into an alchemist cookbook. Members will have the opportunity to learn tested recipes/processes, and benefit from the guidance and experience of other members.
For those, like me, who do not have the proper living situation to conduct much experimentation, do benefit so much from seeing others' experiments and pictures. With this modern age, the ability to share information is astounding!

Using the information we have (and continue to produce) here, one can easily learn what to do and what not to do without ever conducting an actual experiment of their own.

Many will frown upon this, but those with truly open minds and hearts will see how utterly beneficial the ones who choose to publically show their work to the masses are. It allows those who are not able to experiment now to have a valid, somewhat tangible resource to go by as we lay our sturdy foundation of the study of alchemy.

Of course, this is not for everyone, and not everyone will use the information presented here with pure intent, so that is where we see the wiser posters give us just enough meat to chew on that (Lord willing) prods us in the right direction when the time is right.

Thank you for continuing to post pictures, stay active, and run this forum so well, Mshoat. Your work and efforts here are much appreciated and do not go unnoticed!
I admire your intents, sir. Remember the biggest experimentation of all happens daily inside of us. An aboriginal proverb to you:

"We are all visitors of this time, of this place. We are only passing by.
Our goal is to observe, to grow and to love...
...afterwards we go home".

Nice to see you are enjoying the ride, Schmeldvich ;)

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