The concept of a Philosopher’s Stone has become famous from the Harry Potter books of J. K. Rowling.
To many’s surprise, it now seems to be publicly attainable.
Recently, in the past month, a treatise has been released that describes in detail how to make the stone (see recipe book link), and on multiple readings it seems to “hold water”, uniting selections from the Bible, ancient Taoist texts, and medieval manuscripts.
The similarity to Ayurvedic 1000 times washed ghee is undeniable in its making process and its purported effects.
I would like to embark on the 1.5-3 year process of making the powdery stone from vegetable and plant juices.
The recipe book for the Philosopher’s Stone: http://bookofaquarius.forgottenbooks.org/
A perhaps related Science article: http://scim.ag/old-experiment
And how it may work: http://www.livemint.com/2011/08/01221757/Ayurveda-meets-nanotechnology.html?a
With the Philosopher’s Stone one can transmute one’s own metals to silver or gold, depending on the type of stone developed. Other reported benefits of the stone include healing, perpetual energy and the ability to make more stones. See recipe book link.
I will need six of these retorts, some flasks and a water bath in order to follow the recipe to make the Philosopher’s Stone.
I only wonder if it will turn out to be like a deathly hallow?
Renay Oshop - teacher, searcher, researcher, immerser, rejoicer, enjoying the interstices between Twitter, Facebook, and journals.