THE ALCHEMY KEY. Throughout history, many lives have been lost in pursuit of the illusive Philosophers’ Stone. Few have found the wisdom to truly behold it because it is a process and not an end in itself. David Hudson quietly patented his process in England, Australia and other countries around the world. He was unable to do so in the USA. The patent application fell foul of standard US Department of Defense objections relating to superconductivity, a technology of national importance. Another explanation is that the process simply did not work, although this is normally not a basis for rejection. A convenient conspiracy theory is that the US Government realized that Hudson might have rediscovered the Philosophers’ Stone and concluded it was far too important for humanity to allow any individual a patent. An X-Files variation of this conspiracy theory holds that the US military does not want anyone else in control of the substance
The Philosophers’ Stone was sought as a wonderful medicine that had the power to repair the human body thereby increasing human life almost indefinitely. The Bible itself had declared that Melchizedek the King of Salem, who first possessed the Philosophers’ Stone, would live forever… Here is a key. Perhaps you will use it to open a new door. Beware!
Once through the door you will find the pursuit of Wisdom demands either your full-time attention or none at all.
If you become a philosopher, your friends may think you have become a little mad. Indeed, what would be made of you? Glassy-eyed, preoccupied, strange friends, muttering about ancient history, the Good and the Righteous, and chemistry. Things most people simply don’t think about. Those who have preceded you for at least five thousand years would smile: ‘How you come to terms with this is no concern of ours. We don’t even know if you are serious.
Dear friend, theory is all grey, And the golden tree of life is green. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Faust Pt.1
Two souls dwell, alas! In my breast. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Faust Pt.1
The outcome was philosophical dualism with all the tragic-comic woes attendant on spiritual dichotomy. Robert Graves, The White Goddess
The gods did not reveal, from the beginning, all things to us, but in the course of time through seeking we may learn and know things better. But as for certain truth, no man has known it, nor shall he know it, neither of the gods nor yet of all things of which I speak.
For even if by chance he was to utter the final truth, he would himself not know it: For all is but a woven web of guesses. Xenophanes of Colophon, 500BCEThere were several roads nearby, but it did not take her long to find the one paved with yellow bricks.
Within a short time she was walking briskly toward the Emerald City, her silver shoes tinkling merrily on the hard, yellow roadbed…The next morning, as soon as the sun was up, they started on their way, and soon saw a beautiful green glow in the sky just before them. ‘That must be the Emerald City’ said Dorothy. L Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz The word ‘rose’ is manna to the lyricist. John Fisher, The Companion to Roses Outward ritual cannot destroy ignorance, because they are not mutually contradictory. Realized knowledge alone destroys ignorance… Shankara, Father of the Swami Order The only honour that man can pay his Creator is to seek Him. Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri Stibnite: Sb2S3 Antimony Sulfide Gray-metallic with orthorhombic, slightly flexible crystals, often radiating blades. Associated with gold, cinnabar, galena, barite and quartz. From the Greek name ‘stibi’, used to describe antimony, which was used to separate gold by the ancients.Mineral Gallery
Before enlightenment you chop wood and carry water… After enlightenment you chop wood and carry water.
The keys to understanding the Commagene region are metallurgy and alchemy. There is a remarkably close connection between metals, alchemy, perhaps the true Holy Grail and many esoteric traditions of the Freemasons and Rosicrucians.
Surprisingly, these traditions are once again contributing to leaps in modern medicine and industrial technology. Many will see the topics in this book as forbidden territory. Even today, in this age of science, the subjects of alchemy and mystery religion remain fused with intolerance.
It is only in today’s postmodern western democracies, freed from religious oppression, superstition and master theories that we can listen to the cacophony of simultaneous voices without declaring enemies or being declared an enemy. Throughout history, many lives have been lost in pursuit of the illusive Philosophers’ Stone.
Few have found the wisdom to truly behold it because it is a process and not an end in itself. The reader should therefore regard this book as a philosophical base station at the foot of the highest mountain of Wisdom. It seeks to understand the philosophy of alchemy, its peculiar chemistry and the surprising and pervasive role it has played in the development of human culture through the mystery religions.
Anything that does not dissolve is the pure manna or Philosophers’ Stone. Alchemy using dissolved elements is simple and effective. It differs from the Great Work because it starts with water already containing the necessary elements. Traditional alchemists would consider it the lightweight end of the Art. The Great Work focused on the reverse direction, converting metallic gold into the Philosophers’ Stone. For the ancients this involved three major technological hurdles. The first was to make a solvent for gold. No easy achievement. The second hurdle was to eliminate the impure elements, particularly Nitrogen, introduced in dissolving the gold. The third major hurdle was to create a gold chloride that could be dissolved in water. When the gold dissolves, we have potable gold, or gold that can ingested to purify the body. It was said that with this Elixir of Youth, the old could become young again; and life could be extended to at least the natural limit of one hundred and twenty years.
David Hudson’s Alchemy
More than a decade ago, David Hudson, a farmer in Phoenix Arizona, stumbled upon the fabulous Philosophers’ Stone while trying to mine and refine gold on his farm. He realized with some excitement that he had discovered a repeatable formula. Even better, his formula could be scaled-up from a laboratory to a chemical plant. This was something that had eluded alchemists for at least three thousand years. Hudson’s discovery is now a controversial subject at the forefront of pharmaceutical and industrial technologies based on high spin state mono-atomic or single atom elements of iridium, rhodium and gold. He has developed high spin mono-atomic states for many of the transition elements including gold.
David Hudson quietly patented his process in England, Australia and other countries around the world. He was unable to do so in the USA. The patent application fell foul of standard US Department of Defense objections relating to superconductivity, a technology of national importance. Another explanation is that the process simply did not work, although this is normally not a basis for rejection. A convenient conspiracy theory is that the US Government realized that Hudson might have rediscovered the Philosophers’ Stone and concluded it was far too important for humanity to allow any individual a patent. An X-Files variation of this conspiracy theory holds that the US military does not want anyone else in control of the substance. David Hudson points out in good humor that his failure to patent the process in the USA at least meant that no one else could. Ultra fine metallic colloids of gold, platinum and silver are one form of pure metals used medicinally. To be effective, these colloid molecules need to have a diameter of between one to ten nanometers. These colloids give rise to some surprising claims. Gold colloids reputedly help the nervous system and relieve depression, anxiety and arthritis. Silver colloids are reputedly effective against over six hundred and fifty viruses, bacteria, fungus and yeasts. Many recommend care with silver because the element can build up in body tissue and become toxic to the bacteria required for normal body function.
Text Source; THE ALCHEMY KEY Unraveling the Single Tangible Secret in all Mysteries STUART NETTLETON (p 17)
David Hudson suspects that when a cell dies, the bound monatomic high spin atom falls to low spin by emitting a gamma photon or burst of light due to electron pair annihilation. Nitrogen fourteen in the nitric oxide absorbs this light and converts to radioactive carbon fourteen. This is why living bodies produce radioactive carbon fourteen. The technique of carbon dating uses the knowledge that living cells cease producing carbon when a body dies.
David Hudson believes that Whitegold is unique among the monatomic elements because it is able to correct DNA deficiencies by a denaturing process. He hypothesizes that eating larger doses of monatomic elements may decelerate the aging process and perhaps even reverse it. Whitegold would relax the damaged DNA and allow it to correct and recombine.