Albertus Magnus, also known as Albert de Groot, was a 13th century German Dominican priest.


In the 13th century, Albertus Magnus found the Clavicula Solomonis manuscript which told of the power and design of the Philosopher's Stone. After he created a Stone, Albert was persuaded by his acolyte, Thomas Aquinas, of the Stone's evil and determined to save humanity from the Stone's malicious influence, Magnus broke it into three pieces and scattered them across the globe.

At the behest of his devoted disciple Magnus hid the Clavicula Solomonis itself in Berlin where it was found hundreds of years later, in 1947, by Indiana Jones.



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