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    Anonymous

    If anyone wants to learn more about alchemy this is a great book to do so:
    http://rs662.rapidshare.com/files/389183316/MMMA.rar

    Enjoy!
    Dante

    #155398
    Andy
    Participant

    Whats all this business about passwords and the “occult warfare department”?

    #155399
    Anonymous

    Have you read the “ONLY FOOLS DON”T READ THIS FIRST” -.-  :noway

    #155400
    Andy
    Participant

    Yea, its only one page, it gives a password but i dont get the option to enter it on the actual document.  I just opens blank. 

    #155401
    Kol Drake
    Moderator

    Though only 150 pages into the full 250+ , I find it recapping what some might already know about the ‘early societies’ and their links to ‘real science’.  I kind of get the impression one could do a similar book, showing how… the discovery of fire led to the atomic bomb.  Interesting yet nothing that new (to me).

    Surprised he did not spend more time speaking about Sir Isaac Newton.  Along with examining Light, basically creating Calculus… that little thing with the apple, etc.  He also wrote about a million words on his researches into alchemy.  After his death the Royal Society kind of decided to blow off that part of his later life and highlight the rest.  Sometime in the 1990s I believe, some folks actually took the time to ‘decode’ and recreate his works to see that he was doing pretty savvy chemical experiments… but hiding the steps and results in the ‘language of the alchemy’ and mysticism.

    Anyway, an interesting read… if nothing more then the compressed histories of ‘how things got this way’ regarding the mystical  societies and some of the scientific groups. 

    #155409
    Anonymous
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    Yea, its only one page, it gives a password but i dont get the option to enter it on the actual document.  I just opens blank. 

    What pdf reader do you use?

    #155410
    Andy
    Participant

    i run a mac and it opens in preview.

    #155411
    Anonymous

    I don’t know anything about mac lol, but try re-downloading it

    #155412
    Kol Drake
    Moderator

    Mac user here.

    Andy, while you can view and scroll in Preview, to get to where you can input the ‘password’ (silly thing, nothing ‘secret’ about this book)…. anyway… best to use Adobe Reader.  If it is not loaded on your machine, no worries.  Reader is pretty much free for all systems and there are plenty of places you can download it from.  Should be able to do the whole deal then.  Good luck.

    #155415
    Andy
    Participant

    10-4 Will do.

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