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GREAT WORK OF THE OLD MAN "H" In one of my books I related how was the meeting with this

old alchemist, in the city of Mendoza, several years ago. I told his teachings and the supposed
"Philosopher's Stone" in that man's possession. The same one that I took with my hands and that,
painfully, I portrayed with my bad camera of photos. What I never told, at least publicly, was the
way in which this person revealed to me the formula for making "his" stone. I tried for a long time
- and I still do it with the composite embers that I had - try to make this path. But I have always
failed. I put it here on the Internet so that maybe someone who has done it or is familiar with it
can tell me, and so many other readers of Lapis Philosophorum, whether it is possible or not. (I
named it H, by its last name, has no similarity with Simon H, who for years has been dedicated to
deceive people with their chimeras) Here you have it (in the end, I add the parallels or quotations
of alchemical treatises that agree with this way):

Use vulgar lead in this path. Cut it into sheets or melt it in a pan. And then throw drops in marble.
Which will form lead shells that are easy to cut. Then place the lead in a glass jar and add 100 ml of
nitric acid. The exact ratio is: 100 grams of lead with 100 ml of nitric acid.You should not use too
much fire. If it is summer then leave the bottle closed in the sun, With a small hole to release the
gases.The steam will have a brown color and will fog the bottle When it precipitates, add sulfuric
acid until it does not precipitate anymore. Add the acid with a pourer, Only a small amount, You
will instantly notice that the lead is dissolved and has a white color. Wash it with rain or tap water
and let it dry after that operation
The result will be similar to the photo The old man's idea was that philosophical mercury and
philosophical sulfur should be obtained from imperfect, and united bodies, and carry them to the
perfection of the stone After obtaining lead sulphate, the production of mercury begins. A
clarification that I remember is that instead of preparing the lead as it is written above, I can use
galena which is natural lead sulfide. Galena, on the other hand, is mentioned in many treatises,
from Fulcanelli to Collectanea Chemica.

In a large glass container place 200 grams of white lead powder, 1/4 water, 15 grams of
ammonium salt. 100 grams of KOH (caustic soda) When the materials dissolve add KOH and
ammonium three more times. If I put too much KOH the compound will turn yellow almost brown,
and it will be ruined.It should remain white-yellowish. After that, filter it and add saltpeter, the
same amount as the compound. Because the KOH reacts a lot and heats the compound by itself.
No other exothermic reaction is required. But once I put the chile nitrate (or saltpeter) I put a
candle fire, no more than 70C. And beat for 12 or 24 hours, To do it you must use a motor or
blender without much speed, The device must be on top of the bottle. I used a motor of a toy car
remote control. And placed the jar on a sand nest so as not to exceed the temperature It is here
that I have failed many times. because a white crystal must be on the surface. And pick up that
crystal that is our Mercury. When you collect it you must store it in a refrigerator, without light, As
it is born of the lead, a cold and dark planet, this prudence is convenient.

Philosophical sulfur is obtained very simply, difficult although Take Iron sulphate and tap water,
Put them in a steel pan under fire to completely evaporate the water. The pan should be covered,
not more than 70C. First it will have a green color, then brown color and finally reddish like blood
But getting to the blood red is a long and tedious process, several "washes", about 21 washes or
so. It is no simple task. Once you have the red compound you should let it dry to become red
powder, you can let it dry under sun My friend said that when it is dry add a little sulfuric acid to
clean impurities CONJUCTION In a large flask, add sulfur and mercury prepared as explained
above. And I use the ammonium salt as a mediator. According to my friend, blackness appears
first, as the treatises say the whole compound will turn black, then white, yellow, and red The
exact ratio is: 100 grams of Sulfur + 100 grams of Mercury + 15 grams of Ammonium. Enclose it
tightly in the flask,On a very low sand fire. It will turn black first, Then cool the compound, and
open the flask and again throw Mercury and ammonia. Then the compound under fire will turn
white After that let it cool and re-open and place Mercury and Ammonium again. Put that under
fire and will turn yellowish. Remove it from the fire and open again and place Mercury and
ammonia once again. This way the red of the stone will arrive and will form cubes grouped
together, as described by Fulcanelli in his treatises. To achieve this crystallization, evaporate by
opening the flask. (Or according to my friend: I can pour a drop of hydrochloric acid.) SOME TIPS
IS A EXAMPLE, After years of preparing the compound, leaving it in a tightly closed glass jar, a
strange white compound formed, which, as you can see in the photo, seems to grow and escape
from inside the jar. According to the old man this happens because the water or KOH has life.
According to him, it is the secret fire or water that does not wet the hands. Another tip he gave me
is that you can make an conjunction without using fire, During the day, in a jar sealed and
protected from the sun, the power of a strong sun is enough for the substances to cook. In the last
communication he told me that when the yellow color comes I must pour a drop of hydrochloric
acid, also that it is not necessary fire but sunlight comments: Anonymous said... As for the galena
must be argentiferous that is the extra ingredient of fullcanelli, is the mercury. Regarding the iron
sulfate there is a mineral that produces it is marcasite this mineral creates a white powder that is
sulfate of Natural iron. Yes, the old man's way seems very motivating. Agnifx said: Do not you
think that stirring the compound prevents the formation of crystals ?, seeks in the alchemy
another way to generate the crystals