epic party foul. lostsplendor: “ “Alcohol, discovered by Prohibition agents during a raid on an illegal distillery, pours out of upper windows of three-story storefront in Detroit during Prohibition,...
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Isaac Newton, World's Most Famous Alchemist
For centuries some of the world’s greatest geniuses struggled in secret to turn base metals into gold. In a sense they succeeded: In their restless quest, they unlocked some of nature’s greatest secrets.
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On display at the Taxila Museum in Pakistan: the oldest known distiller in the world (~4000 BC). It is Terra Cotta and was photographed by Gary Young. It was used to make oils.
At the Prohibition Bar | Speakeasy Science
In these last moments of 2010, when we raise a glass to the end of the year and the promise of the new one, let's not forget to appreciate that our cocktails are legal and the alcohol in them is unlikely to kill us where we stand. It's especially worth remembering as this year was, after all, the 90th anniversary of that great American experiment called Prohibition. Prohibition - which made the manufacture, sale, transportation, import and export of alcoholic spirits illegal - began with…
Origins of Alchemy - AlchemyLab.com
Origins of Alchemy Esoteric Origins | Shamanic Origins A Look at the Cultural Birth of Alchemy by Lynn Osburn (firstname.lastname@example.org) Esoteric Origins of Alchemy Early alchemists Zosimus and Isis said alchemical knowledge came from fallen angels sexually attracted to human women. The early Christian church fathers believed them and claimed the angels had sinned against the orders of god. Who […]