Alchemical Dawn Shell

For Ghosts who are ready to see fire rain.



  • To purify, mature, and perfect specific objects


  • Born from the transmutation of base metals.
  • Crysopoeia: Attempt to make gold from base objects


  • The practice claimed to be successful therefore lead to the belief that it could be applied to healing. Many cultures held that this was the discovery behind the elixir of life and thus begins the Philosophers stone

Philosophers stone

  • Legendary substance that could turn any base metal into gold also grants immortality


  • The historic practice and heavily sought after philosophers stone is captured in the emblem and symbols used for alchemy.


Comprised of
Seven planetary metals

  • Gold, silver, copper, iron, tin, mercury and lead
  • Four base elements
    Air, earth, water, and fire
  • Three primes Triangle
    Spirit (Mercury), Body(salt) and Soul(sulfur)
  • Zodiac signs are used in Cryptography to decode processes in the Magnum Opus
  • The word Chemistry is derived from alchemy


The classic four elements; air, fire, water, and earth

They were known in Babylonia, Chaldea, amongst the Greeks and Romans, amongst the ancient Chinese, the Taoists, amongst the Hindus, and the Buddhists. In every tradition in the world, these four elements have been described in varying ways, however are not the literal 4 elements of the universe. In alchemy they do not refer to physical elements

From the writings of Paracelsus, Aristotle, Plato, Lao-tzu, Krishna, Buddha, these elements are subtle energies, psychological and spiritual forces in nature, found within everything, in every level from the Absolute down

In classical thought, the four elements earth, water, air, and fire as proposed by Empedocles frequently occur; Aristotle added a fifth element, aether; it has been called akasha in India and quintessence in Europe

The concept of the five elements:

  • The four states-of-matter describe matter, and a fifth element describes that which was beyond the material world