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On the Forbidden Letters - by Anonymous
Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to
stick to possibilities; Truth isn't. -- Samuel Clemens (aka Mark Twain)
The Book of Aquarius
The purpose of this book is to release one particular secret, which has been
kept hidden for the last 12,000 years. The Philosophers' Stone, Elixir of Life,
Fountain of Youth, Ambrosia, Soma, Amrita, Nectar of Immortality. These are
different names for the same thing.
Throughout history this secret has been used by a very few to extend their
lives hundreds of years in perfect health, with access to unlimited wealth,
among many other miraculous properties. Some kept the secret because they
understood that the time was not right for the secret to be free for all people,
but most kept the secret out of their own jealousy, ignorance, egotism and
The Stone's history and the history of the human race up until this day is a
strange story full of secret societies, hooded cloaks, and mystical symbols.
Such theatrics are childish and shallow. It's pointless to look for the light in
The Philosophers' Stone operates and is made by entirely natural and
scientific means. Truth is always simple, beautiful and easy to understand.
The Philosophers' Stone is real; you can make it at home. The Stone makes old
people young, heals all forms of sickness and disease, extends your life, turns
any metal into gold, and more, as you will learn. This isn't a myth or a
metaphor, it's a fact.
Don't judge this book before you've read it. This is not one of those airy
fairy books written in all kinds of mystical language, filling pages with words
that makes sentences but not sense. This book will make more sense than anything
you've ever read before.
The age of secrets is over. I'm writing this book in common English. There's
no need for mystical language or metaphor. This book contains no hidden meaning
or codes; everything is stated plainly and directly, in the shortest and
simplest of words necessary to convey the meaning.
Chapters 1 - 2 are the introduction and foreword.
Chapters 3 - 17 cover the theory of alchemy.
Chapters 18 - 29 cover the practical instructions for making the Stone.
Chapters 30 - 32 cover further information on the Stone.
Chapters 33 - 47 cover the history of the Stone.
Chapters 48 - 49 cover some more philosophical topics.
Chapter 50 is the alchemists' prophecy.
Chapter 51 is the afterword.
Chapter 52 is a list of answers to questions asked since initial release.
Chapter 53 is the bibliography.
I am a friend of Socrates and Plato, but still more so of Truth.
A Dialogue, by Alexander von Suchten, 16th - 17th Cen. (?)
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If you have a mailing list, mail it to everyone. If you work in the media,
report on or publish this book. Translate it into different languages. Do
everything you can to get this book to as many people as possible. You can
distribute this book in any way. I am not reserving any copyright. This book is
public domain and royalty-free. I advise you to print this book, as computers
may not be so reliable in the future.
Do you know any secrets? Now is the time to release them. Forget any promises
you made or vows you took. This is all corruption. If someone makes you promise
to jump off a cliff it doesn't mean you have to. There is no such thing as
"government", "society", "company", "organization", these are just vague
concepts, they are not real, they don't have feelings. People are real. Your
loyalty is to people and to Nature.
Please do not try to find out who I (the author) am. Please do not help
anyone else find out who I am. I'm giving this book out freely, at great risk to
myself, so please appreciate that and don't put me in danger. If you think you
know who I am, don't try to contact me about it or ever mention it. Don't talk
about me with other people over telephone or email.
This book is full of quotes. You can look up the full text of the source of
these quotes by searching for any sentence from the quote on Google. Search for
it in speech marks.
All of the quotes are from sources which are accessible to read for free
online. The sources of all the alchemical books I have quoted from are these
sites: sacred-texts.com, forgottenbooks.org, rexresearch.com, alchemywebsite.com.
The latter three sites include alchemical imagery on their sites or in their
books, but unfortunately none of them realized the true significance of alchemy.
However, all these sites and ramsdigital.com (which is not free) have done a
great service to the world by publishing alchemical literature on the Internet.
One week after initial release, forgottenbooks.org offered free
hosting for this book. A forum has been set up so if you wish to ask any
questions to me (the author) you can now do so. This book will be regularly
updated with the answers to any good questions posed. To access the forum and
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3. What is Alchemy?
Nature enjoys its Nature,
Nature contains Nature, improves Nature, reduces Nature, Nature is superior
A Magnificent and Select
Tract on Philosophical Water, by
Anonymous, 13th - 17th Cen. (?)
Alchemy is the art of imitating and accelerating Nature. It is a natural art
and science. In alchemy we do not really make anything, all we do is provide a
condition for Nature to do what Nature does. So the Philosophers' Stone is not
really made by the alchemist, it is made by Nature. The alchemist only
provides the conditions so that Nature can operate effectively and without
Many Sages, Scholars, and
learned men have in all ages, and (according to Hermes) even so early as the
days before the Flood, written much concerning the preparation of the
Philosopher's Stone; and if their books could be understood without a
knowledge of the living processes of Nature, one might almost say that they
are calculated to supersede the study of the real world around us. But
though they never departed from the simple ways of Nature, they have
something to teach us, which we, in these more sophisticated times, still
need to learn, because we have applied ourselves to what are regarded as the
more advanced branches of knowledge, and despise the study of so "simple" a
thing as natural Generation. Hence we pay more heed to impossible things
than to those objects which are broadly exhibited before our very eyes; we
excel more in subtle speculations than in a sober study of Nature, and of
the meaning of the Sages. It is one of the most remarkable features of human
nature that we neglect those things which seem familiar, and are eager for
new and strange information. The workman who has attained the highest degree
of excellence in his Art, neglects it, and applies himself to something
else, or else abuses his knowledge. Our longing for an increase of knowledge
urges us ever onward towards some final goal, in which we imagine that we
shall find full rest and satisfaction
[...] Nature, then, is one, true, simple,
self-contained, created by God and informed with a certain universal spirit.
Its end and origin are God. Its unity is also found in God, because God made
all things. Nature is the one source of all things: nor is anything in the
world outside Nature, or contrary to Nature.
[...] if Art would produce any solid and
permanent effect, it must follow in the footsteps of Nature, and be guided
by her methods. It must trust itself to the guidance of Nature as far as
Nature will lead, and go beyond her by still adhering to her rules.
[...] Now in our Art you should closely
imitate these natural processes. There should be the Central Heat, the
change of the water into air, the driving upward of the air, its diffusion
through the pores of the earth, its reappearance as condensed but
The New Chemical Light,
by Michael Sendivogius, 17th Cen.
Nature, says Florus, is
one, and if any man strays away from her guidance, he mars his labour.
[...] In changing the base metals into
gold and silver by the projection of the Stone, it follows (by an
accelerated process) the method of nature, and therefore is natural.
[...] The fact is that, in producing gold,
the Art of Alchemy does not pretend to imitate in the whole work of Nature.
It does not create metals, or even develop them out of the metallic first
substance; it only takes up the unfinished handiwork of Nature (i.e., the
imperfect metals), and completes it (transmutes metals into gold).
The New Pearl of Great
Price, by Peter Bonus,
An alchemist then only makes the Stone in the same way that you make a tree by
planting the seed and leaving it for a few years. Once the seed is set, if the
conditions are right then it just grows by itself, in accordance with Nature.
For as Men, Corn and Herbs
are, every one of them, generated and born out of their own Specific Seed,
so or in the same manner is the true Medicine of the Ancients (than which
there cannot be a better) generated and prepared out of the most perfect
bodies and essence
[...] Everything generated or begotten is
generated and born of his own specific seed (1) and in his proper (2)
The Chemists Key,
by Henry Nollius, 1617 AD
there is no true
generation, but of things agreeing in nature. So that things be not made but
according to their natures. The elder or oak trees will not bring forth
pears; nor can you gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles, things
bring not forth, but only their like, or what agrees with the in nature,
each tree its own fruit.
[...] Thus the wise man does that by art
in a short time, which nature cannot perform in less than the revolution of
a thousand years. Yet notwithstanding, it is not we that make the metal, but
nature herself that does it. --- Nor do or can we change one thing into
another; but it is nature that changes them. We are no more than mere
servants in the work.
The Root of the World,
by Roger Bacon, 13th Cen.
If you are wondering how this leads to the Philosophers' Stone, I will explain
it more clearly. The Philosophers' Stone is a natural occurrence of Nature, in
fact it is the aim of Nature. Therefore if you can find a substance which is
very pure and infused with life-energy, then put it under protected conditions
which are advantageous for its natural development, you will allow Nature to
take its course in an accelerated manner. When this is complete, Nature will
have made for you the Philosophers' Stone. It's very simple and entirely
natural, which is the biggest part of the secret.
I will explain again in another way: the Philosophers' Stone is the name of
the thing that you get when Nature has finished doing what it does all day
long. The Earth and the entire universe is going through this process. If,
however, you find a substance already quite well matured by Nature, clean it
up, then put it into a closed system, or microcosm, Nature will finish this
thing long before it finishes everything else. So you get the result of Nature
earlier and can enjoy all its wonderful properties while the rest of the world
is still in shit.
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