November 19, 2010

A Sea Salt work

Raw sea salt filtered.

Sea Salt is a really interesting matter. It is simply a frozen fix water. If one is able to prepare it correctly it can flow easily and penetrate metals. But it is most part of the time a hard and long process. Of course one can have shortcuts, but it is necessary to know the hermetical laws under it. Sea salt is a dry Mercury, sometime used in Dry Process.

A water, saturated by sea salt, let first the niter crystallize. It is very nice to see.

Here is the caput of the Sea Salt after a dry distillation.
The Mercury extracted is put back "on the head". It is hard as rock after such a process.

When I distilled it, I had at the end a volatile acid, fuming spirit in the air.

The sea salt, dry after distillation.

And then we have a very nice sea salt.


Anonymous said...

Yes, a nice work, nonetheless I think that it represents pure chemistry only, it is lacking the philosophical component in general.

.: Salazius Hermès D'Artigné :. said...

Hello Anonymous,

Yes, but I didn't said it was alchemy, archemy or spagerics. I give just keys to begin something, that's all, where are not yet at the adding of the Philosophical Component as you call it.


Matthieu said...

The sea is a mercury always under the influence of the sun and the moon… It's in the sea that life begins. The salt is really this frozen fixed sea. It is a choosen matter for getting frozen fix sun, or moon, light and the work can go beyond chemistry…

.: Salazius Hermès D'Artigné :. said...

Sun, Moon, Stars, the sea is the Bath, where began all kind of Life as you say, it's bearing inside an origin, and and history.
I agree with you Matthieu with the idea of "frozen" energies, by the way sea salt is also a baby of earth (salt) air (mercury) and fire (sulphur, coming from volcanos activities).
Even in chemistry, when there is a link with the operator, something can happen, Heisenberg principle of observation.

Be well,

Nishikant said...

Dear friend how u extract mercury from sea salt
can u tell us

.: Salazius Hermès D'Artigné :. said...


By distillation in my case !

Take care,


Nishikant said...

dear friend r u use any chemical or any herb extract to distillation to extract mercury from it

.: Salazius Hermès D'Artigné :. said...


In this work I used water :)