GOLD CHLORIDE & SOLVENT


 




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Green gold chloride solution



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Distilled with solvent


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Caput Mortum, showing gold flakes and brown residue

 

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Burnt gold chloride looks like this

 

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The distillate


 
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Globs of clear oil in the solvent distillate

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A small bit of the Oil. When heated with molten metals, it remains an oil and doesn't evaporate (even at 2000°F) and won't form an amalgam with the metal. This photo actually shows the oil after heating with molten gold. It remained clear and unchanged. It is truly an incombustible oil.

  The oil is certainly not ingestible and tastes like machine oil (or what one would expect machine oil to taste like).


 

 

"Because the very elixir that pours a more glorious life into the frame, so sharpens the senses that those larvae of the air become to thee audible and apparent"
Edward Bulwer (Lord Lytton) a high grade initiate of the Hermetic Lodge at Alexandria
"...and I behold the glory of our future life with my eyes and rejoice over it."
The Cosmopolite, Alexander Setonious Scotus

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