The dull grey slivers spill from the miniscule jar's unstoppered mouth. You select a few to take with you, gingerly - you've got to be careful with this stuff. One drop of water and it's ignited. By the looks of it, any number of Aleister's experiments have been jeopardized by this property in the past; you'd think he'd learn to be more cautious with the stuff than to leave it lying about on the floor. In any case, it's not so dangerous if you can get your hands on some sulphur, since Epsom salts are a known curative.

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