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"Potpourri Alchemia. Vol.2" An Alchemical Anthology. "Potpourri Alchemia. Vol.2" An Alchemical Anthology.
R,A,M.S. 1990.
236 pages
[POTPOURRI2: _original.PDF]

Table of Contents:
Contents. p.2
Oil of Iron. R-C. p.5
Oil of Iron (notes on Process) p.14
Oil of Vitriol. p.17
Processes on Lead. p.18
On Antimony. p.25
Oil of Mercury. p.26
Vinegar of Antimony. p.27
Sulphur of Antimony. p.30
Salt of Antimony. p.31
The Firestone. p.32
The Third Book. Of Saturne or Lead the first Direction. p.34
Chapter I. p.34
Chapter II. The Medicine, Elixir, Permentation, Imbibition, Precipitation, Quick-silver, Saturn, Lead, The Toad. p.41
Chapter III. The Crucible, the Furnace, the Hole in the Top of the Furnace, the Tongues, the Coals. p.42
Chapter IV. The third Table of the Elixir of Iron. p.45
Chapter V. The fourth Table of the Physical and Alchymical Tincture out of the Red Lion and the Gluten of the Eagle, drawn out from the Authours Experience. p.47.

Some Alchemical Recipes. The following are a number of "recipes" that were translated from German by Mr. KjeIl Hellesoe f Stavanger Norway. He found these notes while attending an alchemical class in Salt Lake City Utah. Tlte author is unknown but a possibility exists that the original was written by one Augosto Pancaldi, who had been at the same school in prior years. These notes should be of hlgh interest to the Laboratony alchemist. p.51
1. Tartarum p.52
2. Tincture from Winestone. p.52
3. Alkahest from Winestone p.52
4. The preparation p.53
5. Preparation of Alkahest from Winestone (after K. Digby) p.54
6. Vinegar of Antimony p.55
7. Preparation of Antimonial p.56
8. The Philosophic Gold p.57

Alchemical Experiments. p.59
These were described to me [Hans] by david Ham in late 1985. p.59
Liquor Silicis. p.59
Extraction of Gold from Antimony. p.59
Extraction of Gold from Sand. p.59
Salts of Urine. Privately communicated to me [Hans] 9/22/85 by Arpad Joo-Calgary. p.60
Red Oil of Antimony. Communicated to me by Munier Pierre of India, Dec. 1985. p.62
Detonated Powder of Antimony. Extracted from: "The Triumphant Chariot of Antimony" of Basilius Valentinus. Annotated from experience by Kurt N. von Koenigseck. p.63
The Oil of Antimony (Dr. Larry Principe) p.66

Golden Manuscripts. The Hermetic Art. The Teaching concerning Atomic transmutation by Volpierre 1892-1952. Translated into English from a Private Manuscripts by Frater Albertus. 1974. Para Publishing Co. Inc. Salt Lake City, Utah. p.68
Introduction. p.70
The Hermetic Art. (A teaching concerning Atomic Transmutation). p.75
Preparation (The preparatory Work). p.81
The Principle Work. p.88
Conclusion. The concluding work. p.92
Attitude towards the Alchemistical Opus. (Its contents and procedure, describing how to obtain the quinta essentia by the great wet way. By Heinz Fischer-Lichtenthal. p.95
Mutus Liber (Altus) Wherein all operations of Hermetic Philosophy are described and represented. Preceded by an explicative hypotypose of Megaphon. p.102
Translator's Note. p.103
Hypotypose. p.104
Rogerii Baconni. Tract on the Tincture and Oil of Antimonii. "On the true and right Preparation of Stibium, to heal human weaknesses and illnesses therewith, and to improve the imperfect metals. Nurnberg, A.C. 1731. p. 149
Table of Contents:
Preface. p.151
AND NOW WE PROCEED TO THE MANUAL LABOUR, AND THUS THE PRACTICA FOLLOWS. p.155
THE WATER; WHEREIN WE DISSOLVE THE ANTIMONIUM, IS MADE THUS: p.156
AGAINST PODAGRA or GOUT. p.162
AGAINST LEPROSY. p.163
AGAINST APOPLEXIA OR STROKE. p.163
AGAINST HYDROPE OR DROPSY. p.164
AGAINST EPILEPSIA, CATALEPSIA, & ANALEPSIA. p.164
AGAINST HECTIC. p.164
AGAINST FEVER. p.164
AGAINST PEST. p.165
FOR THE PROLONGATION AND MAINTENANCE OF A HEALTHY LIFE. p.165
ON THE MULTIPLICATION LAPIDIS STIBII. p.167

Truest and Most Noblest Secret. The reverend teacher and prebyter: Jodocus Greverus. Extracted from Theatrum Chemicum, Vol.III, page 699. Translated from Latin by: Patricia Tahil. p.170
The Tools for this Task. p.176
Preparation of the Material: Gold First. p.177
Preparation of Silver. p.179
Preparation of Mercury. p.179
Preparation of Antimony. (The Uniting Medium). p.180
Putting the Seeds in the Ground. p.181
Harrowing the Sown Field. p.183
Growth of the Seed. p.184
Growth of the Shoot. p.188
Appearance of Flowers and Formation of Seeds. p.192
Collection of the Seed. p.194
Conclusion. p.200

The True Method of Confecting the Stone of the Philosophers. A Letter to His Religious Superior by Monachus Efferarius. Extracted from Theatrum Chemicum, Vol.III, page 143. Translated from Latin by: Madeline Wright. p.201
Method of mixing. p.205
Concerning the effects of the principia. p.206

The Treasury of Philosophy by Monachus Efferarius. Extracted from Theatrum Chemicum, Vol.III, page 151. Translated from Latin by: Madeline Wright. p.213
The Confessions of Trithemius (The Abbot of Spanheim) From "Traite Causes Secondes". Translated by: A.A. Wells. Extracted from Lucifer Magazine. p.233

   
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