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Nitrogeno #3

NITROGENO #3 - International Review of Operative Alchemy - Making Gold
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Alchemists were really able to produce gold. Here are their stories and those of modern scientific researchers who have obtained the same result: researches, evidences and (true) procedures to make gold.

ISBN: 9788898750320
ISSN: 2499-6734
188.989 characters
38.113 words
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To create Gold through Alchemy is just like free climbing a very steep cliff without any safety lock, a situation where the handholds are few, tilted and small. Nevertheless, we can make Gold, absolutely.

By Leonardo Anfolsi

On Makin Gold 1

Just a few words about the glorious past of Alchemy. It is essential not to fall into the incorrect idea of believing that alchemy only means “to make gold", as we have already explained in the editorial, and we invite everyone to read it because it contains all the ethics of the science/art in just a few sentences. Every form, sector or level of knowledge involves an unavoidable responsibility, even if we do not know or notice it.

By Janet Sambucetti and Leonardo Anfolsi

On Making Gold 2

The experiment below is extracted from the Andromeda Press 85/2001 entitled “Making your own gold!” by physicist, Robert A. Monti, who claims to have discovered the reason why scientists, Fleischmann and Pons, discoverers of cold fusion in 1988, were wrong in their procedure.

By Roberto A. Monti

On Making Gold 3

How a Japanese chemist did it. Hantaro Nagaoka (1865-1950) was a famous Japanese physicist and chemist who contributed importantly to the atomic model.

On Making Gold 4

On one of the walls of the Birla temple in New Delhi is engraved an unusual inscription. Unusual, because it contains an amazing first-person account of an alchemical experiment purportedly conducted in the early 1940s in Delhi, which was witnessed by a few prominent people of that time. It was an experiment in which mercury was successfully transformed into gold.

On Making Gold 5

Russian team “actinides” announces discovery of industrial biochemical method of elemental transmutation.

The twenties, Nice, France...Gold!

Castelot and Ballandras made gold while nobody cared. This article comes from a French review that dates from 1927, written by Andre Ibels for the Nouveau Journal de Nice.

Path of the Red Dragon

A Very Brief Introduction to the Cinnabar Path. Some of our more experienced readers may already be familiar with this particular path - if only abstractly. What I hope to give the readers in this article is a general outline of this Path and some of its history.

By James Collins

Philosophical Transactions III

As we had explained in the previous issues of NitroGeno, the Philosophical Transactions is a review published since the XVII century that stands at the very beginning of the foundation of the Royal Society, starting with the first scientific and humanistic annotations of Samuel Hartlib. In those times there was not any prudery about the argument, so that in the Philosophical Transactions we can find a certain quantity of alchemical pages where Newton, Boyle, Oughtred and other alchemists published their insight, researches and, in this case, annotations.

By Leonardo Anfolsi

Plant Salts

In alchemical and spagyric circles the work on plant salts is often treated as if it were a stepchild, a passing annoyance much like the street orphans from whom we avert our eyes so we don’t have to acknowledge there is more we should be doing nor the associated travail.

By John H Reid III

Salt of the wise

Words alone often fail to express the nimble Spirit which enlivens everything. It is the primary focus of the Alchemists. It is the Point of the Philosophy. To present Alchemical Praxis successfully it should be more than descriptions and observations. It has to somehow demonstrate the dynamics and the fusion of philosophical opposites, the inner and outer, the subtle and the gross, the light and the dark, yin and yang.

By Lynn Osburn

Cybernetics and Alchemy

The original meaning of the term cybernetics, which had ties to the metaphor of navigation, contained both the idea of a multiform ability and controlling or having a direct relationship with something, as well as the intuition that any technique is also an art. Or that any ability depends on a sensitivity that ties us with an awareness to everything.

By Leonardo Anfolsi

Anti-earthquake technology: Done

Do you remember the last article where Domenico Caputo exposed his own elaboration of the Ighina’s Earthquake Valve? Well. The earthquake just happened (magnitudo 6.2) and now we have the results: AMAZING!

By Leonardo Anfolsi

The wonderful Essence of plants

“Nature,not you, is the physician. You have to take orders from her, not from yourself." Paracelsus.
By Licia Rossi

The american chemical society press release on cold fusion

A potential new energy source so controversial that people once regarded it as junk science is moving closer to acceptance by the mainstream scientific community. That’s the conclusion of the organizer of one of the largest scientific sessions on the topic “cold fusion”.

By Melvin Miles

The Home Made Laboratory

Without the laboratory there is no work or labora, be that practical laboratory alchemy or inner mystical alchemy. In the former the workshop and physical laboratory is most important for the practice and conduction of the various classical experiments which lead to initiation. In the later, the body is the alchemists laboratory.

By Steve Kalec

A simple arcana for beginners

How to distill a white flower scent.

By Leonardo Anfolsi

Alchemy and other controversial

I was not aware that spectacular demonstrations of that kind were performed during my lifetime. The sender of the article wrote that Newton was preoccupied with alchemy, at the end of his life. I was aware of this. But my impression was that traditional alchemy disappeared after Lavoisier.

Felds Ludwik Kowalski

The Alchemy of Fulcanelli An Alchemy of Light

Fulcanelli can be considered as the most well-known contemporary alchemist, deriving his reputation from numerous translations of his works, now available in most Western languages and even in Japanese. If there are questions about the reasons for this fame, we can consider multiple factors, the first of which is his approach to Alchemy that I would call the Alchemy of light.

By Jean Artero

The manipulation of Guṇa in Āyurveda rasayana.

The alchemic approach of Āyurveda towards the qualities of the matter. In this article we will examine in detail the aspect related to the Quality-Guṇa of matter and mind, and will expand on the Āyurveda perspective on the modification of the qualities to get the desired result. In Āyurveda the aim is to maintain the balance of dosa and the health of body and mind, while Inner Alchemy means to artfully exploit the imbalance of the dosa in order to expand the spiritual vision towards transformative experiences of consciousness.

By Guido Sartori

C.G. Jung’s Alchemy

The hidden Minotaur and The Quest for Meta-Values in the Coming Millennia
Interview with Luca Valerio Fabj – Psychopathologist.

By Leonardo Anfolsi


Stradano (or della Strada; lat. Stradanus), Giovanni, actually Jan, was a renowned court artist in Florence during the second half of the sixteenth century. Born in Bruges, now in Belgium, where he has been a pupil of M. Frank, Stradanus soon moved to Antwerp to become the student of P. Aertsen and then moved to Florence before 1550 where the Medici court became Stradanus’ main commissioner.

Rebecca Rossi Schelissinger

The Gold Nanoparticles - Ultimate Healing Power

In the second century A.D., during the Han dynasty, a Chinese author and alchemist known as Wei Boyang is believed to have written: “Gold is the most valuable thing in all the world because it is immortal and never gets rotten. Alchemists eat it, and they enjoy longevity.”

By Janet Sambucetti

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