I did some more research about azoth.
"Carl Jung’s interpretation of azoth does involve the idea of unification, particularly regarding the union of the conscious and unconscious aspects of the psyche. In Jungian psychology, the process of individuation aims to bring about a synthesis of these opposing elements within an individual’s psyche.
Jung saw the alchemical concept of azoth as representing the union of opposites, which can include the integration of conscious and unconscious aspects of the individual. Azoth symbolizes the transformative energy that facilitates the union and integration of these opposing elements, leading to a more balanced and whole psyche."
"During the albedo [whitening] stage, the alchemist seeks to refine and purify the previously putrefied matter, aiming for a whitening or brightening effect. This stage represents the emergence of clarity, illumination, and the separation of impurities from the prima materia.
Azoth, in this context, is often understood as the transformative energy or essence that facilitates the purification and whitening process. It is associated with the spiritual and transformative power that leads to the illumination and purification of the material being worked upon."