THE ARCANUM AND ALCHEMY
©2013 Dorian Taddei
What do we mean by the ARCANUM & ALCHEMY? So what was the purpose and goal of the practitioners of ancient alchemy? What was it supposed to do for us?
In the simplest sense, true Alchemy was the understanding of the links between life and water — water being a carrier of signals or vibrational patterns. A superconductor under idea circumstances, water can store information, in the form of variations in vibrational patterns due to its unique dynamic-geometrical nature. Much has been written on water over the last couple decades, however those not familiar with the real physics behind this tend to distort the truth, which gives rise of ridiculous exaggerated claims about the mind's ability to 'control' water, and what water's ability to store such patterns really means.
The ARCANUM or 'Great Arcanum' was the esoteric code word for a corpus of ancient science, communicated only orally and in secret, from adept to initiate. Oral transmission alone, however, is not enough to insure the coherent dissemination of such a vast and vital collection of information, down through ages of time. Hence, a system of ideogrammatic symbols was developed to insure that this 'treasure' of human accomplishment was not lost to the world. Although there exist examples and stories of imperishable gold alloy plates used for recording the Arcanum, and legend has it that the 'Emerald Tablet of Thoth' was etched into a single green crystal, it is primarily the flat surfaces of the rocks of the earth that provided the perfect substrate for this recording. Carved often with hardened steel tools (in many cases millennia before the knowledge of the manufacturing such metal was supposed to be extant), these symbols were pecked and carved into solid stone for safe keeping. These collections of symbols are usually referred to simply as rock art.
ALCHEMY was a means to an end. It was an integral part of the sacred, secret knowledge of the Great Arcanum. In our age, removed by centuries from the spiritual zephyr that fanned the flames of the alchemists furnace, there are many erroneous claims made about what alchemy is and what it represented. It is typical in our modern post 20th Century world of existentialism, authors who know nothing of the actual mechanics behind alchemy seek for answers in Jungian metaphors. Others dismiss alchemy as an attempt to transmute lead into gold. Certainly alchemy — like all ancient 'sacred sciences,' was part of a process that was intended to expand human consciousness, but it was far more than a philosophy. Alchemy was not so much a separate science as it was tool for the evolution of the mind-body (soul) complex. The alchemist tried to extend his physical life in order to allow himself/herself enough time to learn to transition to the next life (incarnation) without loosing was was gained in this one. The elixir of life and lapis philosophorum (Philosopher's Stone) were understood to enable one to eventually gain contiguous consciousness. This represented the Christic or Horian "path."
Put another way, if one could truly gain Immortality, then it was hoped one could then gain Eternal Life, or contiguous, conscious union with the divine light of God. This was, in fact, the secret goal of every hermetic order, gnostic sect, esoteric and occult society and brotherhood on Earth, and this belief can be traced back into antiquity as far as one cares to look. It was only after the ritualism and paganism of the heathen masses overtook the Roman branch of the young gnostic religion of Christ, that such thinking gave way to modern dogmatism and belief-based salvation religions.
On a purely physical level, however, alchemy was one of the bone fide sciences of antiquity. It was anything but a pseudoscience, as its modern detractors insist. However, as it was concerned with vibrational physics (as was most of ancient science, that is, the vibrational, harmonic physics of the aetheric cosmos), as opposed to cruder, material properties of matter. Certainly as later medical science developed, and the knowledge of aether physics faded into history, all that remained of alchemy were rumors, old cryptic documents and emblematic art, and a vocabulary that throws many people off the trail in their search for answers.
THE QUINTA ESSENTIA
Simply put, mineral alchemy has a single purpose: to isolate a set of specific di-atomic metal molecules, with specific vibrational qualities, that transmit high frequency magnetic waves into the water of the human (or animal) body. These frequencies generated lie just below the top end of the electromagnetic spectrum (we do not hold that Planck's theory — as stated — is correct, as stated) in the THz (terahertz) range. It is the unique property of water — its ability to absorb 100% of EM waves in this frequency — that explains the mechanism of negentropy at work both in alchemy, as well as in its later iteration known as homeopathy.
There are likely many metal di-atoms that vibrate in a similar fashion to the specific five the ancients sought. Most of the Transitional metals, under the right conditions in nature, may form di-atoms. However, according to those closest to the ancient scientific sources, there were ONLY FIVE of these metals that, when formed into di-atoms, were believed to have a beneficial effect on the human body, increasing longevity and vitality of the body. Alchemists in Medieval and Renaissance Europe called these five di-atoms the Quinta Essentia (five essentials) In ancient India and Asia (from Pakistan to Indonesia), where the Elixir of Life was known as Amrit(a), these five were called Punjamrita (five Amritas). Based on our theory, these di-atoms have a atomic construction wherein these atoms rotate to face one another in a mirror-like configuration (face-centered cubics), and then form a bond where one electron each is shared between them. Furthermore, these two di-atoms, once bonded, possess no free electrons, and appear to have no oxidation states (under normal temperatures and pressures). Due to this fact they will not (normally) form bonds with other atoms, and are electrically neutral, much like the Nobel Gases.
A correct understanding of what ancient alchemy really was, and what it represents, has remained highly controversial for centuries. Although modern authors have insisted on explaining alchemy away as primarily a metaphysical belief system (using Jungian metaphors), or as a pseudo-science focused on the transmutation of lead into gold, all of these assumptions have now been rendered superfluous due to our breakthroughs.
Combining the knowledge gained from the direct decipherment of ancient, ideogrammatic rock art, and correct decoding of key examples of emblematic art and cryptic writings of practicing medieval and renaissance alchemists, the truth is now clear. Here are some examples of what we have gleaned, and facts now proven through repeated laboratory experiments.
Mineral-based alchemy was, in point of fact, a science primarily concerned with exploiting the links between life processes and the unique properties of water (as it supports life). We now understand that the Quinta Essentia (literally the five essentials) are electrically-neutral, diatomic molecules composed of specific metal mono-atoms, which form di-atomic structures that 'rattle' at the speed of light (THz frequency range). Within the body of Man these vibrational frequencies are completely absorbed as they pass through the interstitial fluids of the body. These energetic waves lie in the THz range of the electromagnetic 'spectrum.' These frequencies are completely absorbed by water. Attenuated as they pass through the body, higher frequencies slowly drop in frequency. Many of the resulting wavelengths are harmonic with cellular and sub-cellular structures found both in Man as well as all organic life. Frequencies that are produced during this process, work energetically and negentropically to drive systemic, intercellular and intracellular functions linked to the vitality and health of the body.
Simply put, mineral alchemy has a single purpose, to isolate and capture specific homonuclear diatomic molecules (we prefer di-atoms), with specific vibrational qualities, which produce high ultra-high frequency magnetic waves, when free to vibrate within the aqueous environs of the human (or animal) body. We refer to these di-atoms as OMMPAs. This is admittedly a rather silly-sounding acronym, but is it never-the-less descriptive. OMMPA stands for "Orbitally-mirrored, Metallic Primordial Atom. We may well decide to re-invent this acronym in the near future. However, for now we'll just have to live with the occasional jab from our detractors in this regard.
Our theory holds that the frequencies generated by these 'rattling' di-atoms lie just below the top end of the electromagnetic spectrum in the THz (terahertz) range.† It is the unique property of water — its ability to absorb 100% of EM waves in this frequency. This energetic force is driving negentropy within the body at the three levels mentioned above. This is the magic of true Alchemy.
As will be demonstrated, the sophisticated biophysics behind Alchemy was not the discovery of later alchemists of the renaissance, nor of the medieval periods. We doubt it was actually discovered at any point in the last few millennia of mankind's past, but belongs to a time that lies in the archaic past. This is even a more radical claim than those we will make concerning a sophisticated body of knowledge concerned with sub-cellular biomechanics, which we aver was alive and well during the renaissance. However, there exists many facts that point to this extraordinary claim.
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