Elixir of the Ages, what is it? The Ancient Egyptian word for it was MFKZT , translated by the historians as "what is it?" Many current theories abound related to quantum physics and beyond.The bottom line is that it is a substance that defies definition and can only be classified in the boundary between physics and metaphysics, ergo Alchemy.
Image courtesy of Laurence Gardner, “Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark”
Reproductions of hieroglyphic images like the one below can be collected by anyone interested in the knowledge of the ancient Egyptians. Some collectors even have custom art framing professionals display their collection. Besides being beautiful to look at, Egyptian art tells a story and offers historical information.
An excellent interview with Sir Laurence Gardner in Nexus Magazine covering the full story of MFKZT: http://www.nexusmagazine.com/articles/lostark.html
According to Sir Laurence Gardner, a well respected author and historian, in Genesis of the Grail Kings and Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark, the primary manufacturing of MFKZT for over 1500 years was The Temple of Hathor at the summit of Serabit el Khadim ( the Biblical Mt. Horeb) in the Sinai.
Back to the theory of white gold, white powder of the precious elements and 'spin-state': for every element there exists a form that is recognizable to our 3D trained external senses and another form that exists in the higher 'spin-state' that may only be recognizable by our inner senses. However, the effects of the higher ‘spin-state’ may be felt by our physical senses as the higher energy permeates our physical being. These effects may also transfer into our morphogenic field, resulting in enhanced physical well being, greater physical energy, endurance as well as enhanced levels of aetheric energy in our Field. As a transceiver of Universal Life Force “The Force”, this material may enhance the manifestation of or connection to whatever we may imagine.
Utilizing modern metallurgical chemistry, paralleling what was available to the ancient Egyptian Alchemists, Priestess Alchemy formulates this Elixir to exacting nutraceutical criteria. The Elixir, when still slightly wet, appears pure white straight on; when the light angle is slightly defracted, it appears translucent golden purple.