Albert Cau's alchemy theory

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Albert Cau's alchemy theory

Post  spectre on Sat Jun 07, 2008 9:35 am

This thread continues from the discussion about Art Kunkin's ebook
here. This thread is about a slightly different topic; an alchemist named Albert Cau. I read over some of his site and I found it "a bit" Tongue more interesting than Art Kunkin's ebook, where I first read about him. His homepage is here:

Alchemy - Scientific Study of Alchemy

The French professor and alchemist Albert Cau is extremely cynical. He condemns a lot of things on his site... his fellow Frenchmen, other scientists and other alchemists. He's a "mono maniac" for his own work and feels bitter about not being recognized. He condemns other scientists that don't recognize the role of mind over matter (mentions that at least the mind of such scientists will affect the hardening of their penis Smile), yet at the same time seems to dislike alchemists that dwell on mystical aspects.

What I understand of his theory is that it's based around Pitchblende / Uranium, Fluoride, Mercury and "Super-Dense Element" (undiscovered; atomic number 126, he names "Trinitium" or Tn; for the Holy Trinity)

He believes that the original naming of Uranium is "no accident", that it has significance like the other elements that are associated with planets. He suspects that the discoverer of planet Uranus and the discoverer of the element were both interested in Astrology and Alchemy and chose the names of the planet and element in agreement by no chance.

Pitchblende would be the "common thing" you need to make the Stone. The reason why you need Uranium according to him is because it gives you the sufficient energy source for transmutation.

He has a theory of "soft fission" or "synergy of nuclear reactions" where colliding neutron / proton particles cause changes within the core of an element.. he calls this a natural nuclear transmutation and a "key to the alchemy nuclear process"
and he believes explains all genesis of elements inside Earth.. he recognizes biological transmutation but doesn't talk about that. Basically Uranium (or Thorium) is the best material according to him, for this "soft nuclear transmutation" to make the Stone.

In short, he calls the key to ancient alchemy: "The natural process of nuclear synthesis of Superheavy element which involves a synergy of nuclear reactions discovered by Albert Cau". The "other key" of alchemical process, used by the alchemists to make the Philosopher's Stone, was "multistep synthesis process" to establish "cycles of unstability and stability conditions".

The Philosopher's Stone according to him is a "Trinitium" Fluoride salt. Trinitium is an undiscovered, last element on the periodic table number 126 and he says it's like a kind of "elementary black hole" that can absorb neutrons/nucleons. To change Uranium or Thorium (Prima Materia) into element 114 or 126; Trinitium (Philosopher's Stone) you'd need an environment of "micro nuclear reactor" or it needs to be in a liquid solution and affected by cosmic rays/raditation over extended time so it has a certain probability chance to transmute (due to the particle bombardment). He believes the alchemists described "multistep nuclear reactions" so the creation of the Stone wasn't one-step process (probably involves things as well like heating and strong acids). The Super-Dense Element (Trinitium) created needs to be stabilized by Fluoride, so it would always be in the final form of a red Trinitium Fluoride salt. He believes there to be one other, lighter, stable Superheavy Element possible with atomic number 114 that would be a heavy white fluoride salt.

When the Philosopher's Stone is used the Fluoride dissolves in contact with the Mercury and Trinitium causes transmutation of Mercury to Gold. He also believes Trinitium rays can revert aging but doesn't mention Pitchblende for that purpose like Art Kunkin.

Albert says all elements wish to become Gold; many other alchemists have believed that all metals in nature move towards becoming Gold. Albert Cau puts elements in some kind of a hierarchy where Gold is at the very top with left- and right curves under it representing the rest of the elements.. his hierarchy isn't completely clear but on the left curve he places many minerals, metals and elements important for living processes and on the right curve he places heavier unstable nuclear elements.
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Re: Albert Cau's alchemy theory

Post  BeautifulEvil on Sat Jun 07, 2008 12:09 pm

Now that's quite an interesting theory, and I believe it may hold some weight. However, when he begins to say trinitium fluoride is THE Philosophers Stone, I immediately scoffed. The Philosopher's Stone can be created with virtually any prima materia if you carry out the correct processes, and you add the right substances. There are many processes to create the Philosopher's Stone, and most of these processes are quite different, but one ends with the same result - a stone of great value that has the ability to transmute and heal. Now don't get me wrong, there are stones, and then there are Philosopher's Stones. There are lesser stones, and there are greater stones. Working with the vegetable kingdom often creates lesser stones, while working with the animal & mineral kingdom can often create greater stones.

Also, I don't doubt a stone can be made from uranium ore, or other radioactive substances, but the error is in saying this is the TRUE stone. Rarely do you ever find mention of uranium ore being used in alchemy texts. Sure, they might've used symbols and other odd words to cover up the true meaning, but there were not triple and quadruple blinds in place.

When the Philosopher's Stone is used the Fluoride dissolves in contact with the Mercury and Trinitium causes transmutation of Mercury to Gold. He also believes Trinitium rays can revert aging but doesn't mention Pitchblende for that purpose like Art Kunkin.
Ah, but that's the thing! One doesn't need to use mercury. It's quite possible to transmute lead or tin, or even iron under the right circumstances. Also, any high velocity particle moving at roughly the speed of light is quite dangerous to molecular/biological life. It immediately denatures DNA and causes mutation. This is the result of radiation. I'm really not too sure how these rays have the ability to halt or revert aging.

Albert says all elements wish to become Gold; many other alchemists have believed that all metals in nature move towards becoming Gold.

Indeed, this is true, and I've also found this in my research. Most scientists believe transmutation only happens in the vast energies of supernovas or other massively energetic cosmic events. However this is quite far from the truth. Biological systems transmutate common metals into other metals, and this does not require massive amounts of energy. So I believe it's quite possible to transmutate elements without using very much energy.

I think gold is the only element which cannot be transmuted in the normal way.

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