The plan came to nothing, and next year Becher was again busy at Vienna, trying to transmute Danube sand into gold, and writing his Theses chemicae veritatem transmutationis metallorum evincentes.
2 " The old English balladist may stir Sir Philip Sidney's heart like a trumpet, and this is much; but Homer, but the few artists in the grand style, can do more - they can refine the raw natural man, they can transmute him " (On Translating Homer, p. 61).
They set about trying to transmute iron into gold to fund their regeneration of Europe.
transmute lead into gold can even use Headway to effect.
transmute iron into gold to fund their regeneration of Europe.
transmute simple elements in the mountains into valuable minerals, metals, and precious stones.
Eight more of of the air continually transmute from was not terribly.
The efforts of life eventually transmute the ignoble into illustrious nobility.
fervere, to boil); and the idea of the "Philosopher's Stone" setting up a fermentation in the common metals and developing the essence or germ, which should transmute them into silver or gold, further complicated the conception of fermentation.
Roger Bacon - or more probably some one who usurped his name - declared that with a certain amount of the philosopher's stone he could transmute a million times as much base metal into gold, and on Raimon Lull was fathered the boast, " Mare tingerem si mercurius esset."
Such a teacher can make silk purses out of pigs ' ears, transmute lead into gold can even use Headway to effect.
These spirals over time change and transmute simple elements in the mountains into valuable minerals, metals, and precious stones.
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