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Plumbum metallicum (Lead)
Plumbum is lead, a very heavy metal. In astrology we associate Plumbum with the planet Saturn, recognizable by its large rings. Saturn is the last planet in the solarsystem that can be seen with the bare eye; for the more distant planets we need a telescope....
Remedies >> Remedies P
Planet: Saturn Sign: Capricorn Day: Saturday Saturn is the planet with the beautiful rings; this points at the organized and strict character of this planet-spirit. Saturn is the last (personal) planet that can be seen with the bare eye; for more distant...
Earth Mysteries >> Stones, Minerals & Metals
Astrology >> Astrological Metal Magick

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Help Mr Plumbum sort his printing box in this matching game
If you enjoy matching games but are ready for something besides candy, cookies, and soda bottles, check out Mr Plumbum. In this new game you will match classic typeface families to help the printer organize his box of letters.
The Escape Room Treasure Hunt – The Alchemist's Lab
Escape rooms have surged in popularity in Adelaide and around the world recently, with the joy of solving puzzles not easy for people to resist.
Getting the lead out: F-M uses chemistry to keep heavy metal toxins out of
The word "plumbing" comes from "plumbum," Latin for lead. The practice would continue into modern times.
'Lead helps guard your health': How American companies sold a toxic product
The warnings about lead poisoning, however, are also as old as Roman civilization — as is the word for plumbing, which comes from the Latin word for lead, “plumbum.
Two companies compete for Kutessay II and Kalesay deposits development
Note, Kutessay II (rare earth metals, bismuth, molybdenum and silver) and Kalesay (beryllium, plumbum) were put up for competition with a starting price of $ 10 million.

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