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I know what the Philosopher's Stone is. Take some guesses, i'll provide clues.

 
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I know what the Philosopher's Stone is. Take some guesses, i'll provide clues.
Here is a riddle.

A poor man has _____.
A rich man is _____.
If you eat _____ you will die.


The Philosopher's Stone is also a riddle!

Ask away!
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A poor man has shiiit.
A rich man is loaded?
If you eat plutonium you will die.
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Here is a riddle.

A poor man has _____.
A rich man is _____.
If you eat _____ you will die.


The Philosopher's Stone is also a riddle!

Ask away!
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Nothing.
"The paradigm of science is that creation is all, and the creator is nothing. Religion says the creator is all, and the creation is nothing. These two extremes are the bars of a prison cell. They prevent observation of all phenomenon as an interactive whole." -- Airl
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Oh geeze, shit or get off the pot already
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Re: I know what the Philosopher's Stone is. Take some guesses, i'll provide clues.
Here is a riddle.

A poor man has _____.
A rich man is _____.
If you eat _____ you will die.


The Philosopher's Stone is also a riddle!

Ask away!
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Nothing.
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Clearly.

Any guesses at the Philosopher's Stone? It is considered black. There's one clue.
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Here is a riddle.

A poor man has _____.
A rich man is _____.
If you eat _____ you will die.


The Philosopher's Stone is also a riddle!

Ask away!
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the answer is shit for all, fuck!
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A poor man has nothing
A rich man is nothing.
If you eat nothing, you will die.
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Re: I know what the Philosopher's Stone is. Take some guesses, i'll provide clues.
What about the red and the white?
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What about the red and the white?
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There is no red and white. The Philosopher's Stone is black. Where can it be found?
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Everything came from nothing. If two opposites are joined completely they become nothing. White light looks like it is colorless, but I contains all colors. In a similar way, nothing contains all opposites. To create out of nothing, is to remove an opposite from nothing. That is how the universe was created. So he who has nothing, has everything.
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Everything came from nothing. If two opposites are joined completely they become nothing. White light looks like it is colorless, but I contains all colors. In a similar way, nothing contains all opposites. To create out of nothing, is to remove an opposite from nothing. That is how the universe was created. So he who has nothing, has everything.
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This is a really scary thing and it also happens to be the foundation of the most powerful esoteric secret. Those who understand this knowledge can do anything. The key is to know, understand and then use (with wisdom) nothing. Nothing is the absence of everything. It is in itself the opposite of everything.
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Here is a riddle.

A poor man has _____.
A rich man is _____.
If you eat _____ you will die.


The Philosopher's Stone is also a riddle!

Ask away!
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Everything came from nothing. If two opposites are joined completely they become nothing. White light looks like it is colorless, but I contains all colors. In a similar way, nothing contains all opposites. To create out of nothing, is to remove an opposite from nothing. That is how the universe was created. So he who has nothing, has everything.
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Ok, adding some perspective, that surely helps being that the Philosopher's Stone is also a riddle.

A man with water has water, a man without water hasn't water. Does the man without water have water? Is it just an illusion of his mind that he is without water? Or does he really not have water in this context?

In this context he does not have water. In the context of God the man IS water as God is the culmination of all things before they even were. So also man is of God and water is God therefore man is water in this context.

How does one go about finding the Philosopher's Stone? If one who has "nothing" has everything, where does he find this "stone" among his possessions - or that which he is?
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Put your hand out in front of you as you pretend to hold and inspect the Philosopher's Stone between two fingers. What are you doing as you gaze upon this stone?
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What are you doing to pretend something is there when it is not? You have to _____.
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piss, that was not hard
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Everything came from nothing. If two opposites are joined completely they become nothing. White light looks like it is colorless, but I contains all colors. In a similar way, nothing contains all opposites. To create out of nothing, is to remove an opposite from nothing. That is how the universe was created. So he who has nothing, has everything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3993184


Ok, adding some perspective, that surely helps being that the Philosopher's Stone is also a riddle.

A man with water has water, a man without water hasn't water. Does the man without water have water? Is it just an illusion of his mind that he is without water? Or does he really not have water in this context?

In this context he does not have water. In the context of God the man IS water as God is the culmination of all things before they even were. So also man is of God and water is God therefore man is water in this context.

How does one go about finding the Philosopher's Stone? If one who has "nothing" has everything, where does he find this "stone" among his possessions - or that which he is?
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What you write is true. It could be that when the man loses everything and becomes nothing, he finds the stone or the Word (are they the same)? To become nothing he must have no relationship with anything. He is then undefined and can define himself as anything.
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When you imagine this black stone between your fingers you can almost see it! It becomes almost real. Without it as a subject there is nothing worth thinking about in regards to this context. You are here because i gave you context to be here, in regards to the philosopher's stone. If this was all you were here for, and yet it was not here, then you would be devoid of a subject worth thinking about. Instead i have garnered your attention, therefore you are _____ on the subject i have presented.
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Everything came from nothing. If two opposites are joined completely they become nothing. White light looks like it is colorless, but I contains all colors. In a similar way, nothing contains all opposites. To create out of nothing, is to remove an opposite from nothing. That is how the universe was created. So he who has nothing, has everything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3993184


Ok, adding some perspective, that surely helps being that the Philosopher's Stone is also a riddle.

A man with water has water, a man without water hasn't water. Does the man without water have water? Is it just an illusion of his mind that he is without water? Or does he really not have water in this context?

In this context he does not have water. In the context of God the man IS water as God is the culmination of all things before they even were. So also man is of God and water is God therefore man is water in this context.

How does one go about finding the Philosopher's Stone? If one who has "nothing" has everything, where does he find this "stone" among his possessions - or that which he is?
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What you write is true. It could be that when the man loses everything and becomes nothing, he finds the stone or the Word (are they the same)? To become nothing he must have no relationship with anything. He is then undefined and can define himself as anything.
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This stage is called Nigredo.
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Everything came from nothing. If two opposites are joined completely they become nothing. White light looks like it is colorless, but I contains all colors. In a similar way, nothing contains all opposites. To create out of nothing, is to remove an opposite from nothing. That is how the universe was created. So he who has nothing, has everything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3993184


Ok, adding some perspective, that surely helps being that the Philosopher's Stone is also a riddle.

A man with water has water, a man without water hasn't water. Does the man without water have water? Is it just an illusion of his mind that he is without water? Or does he really not have water in this context?

In this context he does not have water. In the context of God the man IS water as God is the culmination of all things before they even were. So also man is of God and water is God therefore man is water in this context.

How does one go about finding the Philosopher's Stone? If one who has "nothing" has everything, where does he find this "stone" among his possessions - or that which he is?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39011376


What you write is true. It could be that when the man loses everything and becomes nothing, he finds the stone or the Word (are they the same)? To become nothing he must have no relationship with anything. He is then undefined and can define himself as anything.
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The stone and the word can be right for you, i am no one to tell you they are not the same. For me they are not the same but it doesn't matter because you are in the right ball park, so you are getting it even if i would say ,"not quite", which is only my ego, my perspective. So yes, you are quite understanding. You have practically grasped it, but with a little more perspective you surely will, beyond my own doubt which is useless to you!

Truth is more fundamental than the atom - Sathya Sai Baba.

Therefore, before he can even begin to define himself he is already some fundamental principles, such as truth. Truth is universal, the stone imparts universal truth upon the user, how is this obtained?
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The philosophers stone is made of phosphorous and can enable transmutation of certain elements into other elements.
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When you hold the imaginary stone in your fingers, and you inspect it with your mind, what happens when you close your eyes?
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Are you seriously calling the stone our collective imagination lol
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Everything came from nothing. If two opposites are joined completely they become nothing. White light looks like it is colorless, but I contains all colors. In a similar way, nothing contains all opposites. To create out of nothing, is to remove an opposite from nothing. That is how the universe was created. So he who has nothing, has everything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3993184


Ok, adding some perspective, that surely helps being that the Philosopher's Stone is also a riddle.

A man with water has water, a man without water hasn't water. Does the man without water have water? Is it just an illusion of his mind that he is without water? Or does he really not have water in this context?

In this context he does not have water. In the context of God the man IS water as God is the culmination of all things before they even were. So also man is of God and water is God therefore man is water in this context.

How does one go about finding the Philosopher's Stone? If one who has "nothing" has everything, where does he find this "stone" among his possessions - or that which he is?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39011376


What you write is true. It could be that when the man loses everything and becomes nothing, he finds the stone or the Word (are they the same)? To become nothing he must have no relationship with anything. He is then undefined and can define himself as anything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3993184


The stone and the word can be right for you, i am no one to tell you they are not the same. For me they are not the same but it doesn't matter because you are in the right ball park, so you are getting it even if i would say ,"not quite", which is only my ego, my perspective. So yes, you are quite understanding. You have practically grasped it, but with a little more perspective you surely will, beyond my own doubt which is useless to you!

Truth is more fundamental than the atom - Sathya Sai Baba.

Therefore, before he can even begin to define himself he is already some fundamental principles, such as truth. Truth is universal, the stone imparts universal truth upon the user, how is this obtained?
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Thank you. Only the absolute is the truth. To experience the absolute is to know reality in the objective (as opposed to subjective/relative) way. All is relative but when all is not, truth is.
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Book of aquarius?

as i understand, any bodily fluid can be made into PS

blood being the most powerful, urine, tears and sweat can be done but u need more of them as the life force is not concentrated
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gold

old

mold


Also, I thought the stone was monatomic gold.
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gold

old

mold


Also, I thought the stone was monatomic gold.
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gold

old

mold


Also, I thought the stone was monatomic gold.
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Book of aquarius?

as i understand, any bodily fluid can be made into PS

blood being the most powerful, urine, tears and sweat can be done but u need more of them as the life force is not concentrated
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The prima materia is said to consist of semen and menstrual blood. Two powerful opposites that create and annihilate.
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is it edible?
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