The second part of Carlo Lancillotti’s commentary on Basilius Valentinus recipes on Antimony. Alchemy, ancient chemistry and Spagyria mixed together and to attentively discern. [Read more…] about Lancillotti: Glass and Oil according to Currus Thriumphalis. Part 2
Basilius Valentinus made easy by Carlo Lancillotti in a effortless chemical language from Currus Triumphalis Antimonii. Experiences on Starry Regulus. [Read more…] about Lancillotti and the Starry Regulus according to Basilius
Ancient spagyrists knew that the mere division an re-union of four elements, repeated just a few times, did not lead to alchemical Sulphur but to Caput Mortuum, a chemical salt. [Read more…] about Antimony Glass or Caput Mortuum?
The frontispiece engraving from Basilius Valentinus book “ Azoth” is also an extensive allegory for Solve et Coagula, which designates cooking at large. [Read more…] about Basilius Valentinus, Azoth & Solve et Coagula
In “Azoth”, by Basilius Valentinus, we come up with the archaic term Azoth. Is a neologism put forward for a new third principle or Salt? [Read more…] about Basilius Valentinus, Salt, Azoth or Philosophers Gold?