2020-12-08 at 7:40 AM UTC
Its simple you buy a furnace that goes to 2700 degrees and cook it until it turns Gold. This is the hottest furnace I could find and is the temperature purple salt is cooked at.
It was so popular that the alchemist who use to do this were called puffers. And were offend mocked as being too materialistic and called chemist instead of alchemist.
Take the White Stone and divide it into two parts; you will raise one part to the state of the white Elixir, as has been said much earlier (of the kind of which you will have an indefinite amount). Put the other part in a new bed of the Philosophers, clean, tidy, transparent, spherical and place it in the furnace for digestion. Increase the fire until by its force and strength the matter is changed to a very red stone
~ Magnus, Albertus. Compound of Compounds. 13th Cen. Alchemical Tract
The fourth degree of fire produces a red matter, when appear divers colour.
~ Figulus, Benedictus. A Golden and Blessed Casket of Nature's Marvels
2020-12-08 at 1:14 PM UTC
Cook what until it turns to gold?
2020-12-08 at 4:07 PM UTC
Originally posted by vindicktive vinny
its clearly written there.
No no it says you buy a furnace and cook it until it turns to gold.
Cook the furnace.
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2020-12-13 at 9:41 AM UTC
You cook different lower metals. Lead, or better yet bismuth.
2021-01-10 at 12:04 AM UTC
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There has to be a better way than transforming time into shekels and transforming said shekels into gold.
2021-01-10 at 12:14 AM UTC
What a fuckin' drug addict