As is commonly known, the basis of all organic life is carbon, and one of the secrets behind carbon's ability to form long polymer chains and construct organic forms is an inherent magnetic power. Until recently scientific theory deemed it impossible to magnetise carbon at room temperature due to the arrangement of its electrons; the magnetic club was an exclusive one with just a few prestigious members: iron, cobalt, nickel and a few rare alloys. But now, as a result of sophisticated light research, carbon has been officially recognised as part of this group and science and technology are working to bring the two worlds of magnetism and carbon together – something the high priests of alchemy have long been doing.
Magnetism is an ‘ordering phenomenon’ – to scientist and occultist alike, the latter using it to transfigure the structure of form into a more suitable housing for spirit. Magnetic carbon has a central role to play in this process, carbon being the hidden and long searched for key to the Philosopher's Stone. The relationship between the inner and outer man revolves around the alchemy of carbon and the current research into working electronically and magnetically with carbon has huge implications for the future; it will help humanity transcend the physical plane through new conceptions of time and space and, in the Tibetan’s words:
"We shall see each other and all forms of divine manifestation as light units of varying degrees of brightness and shall talk and think increasingly in terms of electricity, of voltage, of intensity and of power."