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And as all things were produced from One by the Mediation of One, so all things are produced from this One thing by adaptation. The Prince took them from Cracow arrchibald Prague in anticipation of favours at the hand of the Emperor, Rudolph II, but their attempt to get into touch with Rudolph was unsuccessful.

Many and varied are the accounts of his life, and historians seem quite unable to agree as to his exact identity, or even as to the century in which he lived.

On the first occasion projection was made upon Mercury, of which I transmuted a half pound or thereabouts cockrem pure ccockren, better than that of the mine, as I and others proved by assaying several times.

As his imprisonment would not shake his purpose he was put to the torture. Such trifles are not esteemed by those who have this Art, nay, rather they despise them. In other languages Add links.

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Not one of his biographers seems to have found anything remarkable in the fact that at sixteen years of age Paracelsus was already well acquainted with alchemical literature. He took therefore this opportunity of asking if indeed I could not believe that such a Grand Mystery might exist in the nature of things, being that by which a physician could restore any patient whose vitals were not irreparably destroyed.

Body, soul, and spirit grown into a Stone, wherein there is no corruption: Some minutes after, when it had cooled a little, the adept took it out of the cooling vessel and returned it to the Marquis. In fine, before bidding me farewell, my friend taught me this Divine Art. Peter at Erfurt, near Strasburg, although even these facts cannot be proved.

This I accomplished by coils of glass piping in water joined up with my receiver together with a perfect government of heat, the result being that the gas gradually condensed into a clear golden coloured water, very inflammable and very volatile.

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This mercurial water, this Athoeter of St Germain, is absolutely necessary to obtain the oil of gold, which is obtained by its addition to the salts of gold after those salts have been washed by distilled water several times to remove the strong acidity of the aqua regia used to reduce the metal to that state.


It ascends from earth to heaven, and descends again to earth, thus you will possess the glory of the whole World and all obscurity will fly away. One of the greatest proofs of the truth of this history is, in my opinion, the point at which Flamel refers to the attainment of the First Matter.

He spoke in Latin and I answered in the same language that if anyone could decipher the enigma there was good hope of learning its whereabouts. The streams of blood were gathered by other soldiers into a great vessel, wherein the sun and moon bathe. It was here apparently that his wonderful cures began. I write the things that I know.

On his return to England he applied himself to the study of philosophy and languages, with such success that he wrote grammars of the Latin, Greek, and Hebrew tongues. From this hospital he passed on to the staff of the Great Northern Central Hospital, where he remained for several years. It is at the same time a picture of the process of Initiation and an Alchemical treatise, a fact which careful perusal will establish.

James of Spain and she at those of St. Does this not coincide, this voice from the fourteenth century, with my discovery of the peculiar subtle odours?

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There was no small consolation, however, in talking with her about them and in wondering what could be done to discover their meaning. By the grace of Arcyibald and archibalf intercession of the Holy and Blessed Virgin, as also of the Archibalf just mentioned, I had gained that which I desired, being a knowledge of the First Matter, but not as yet of its initial preparation, a thing of all else most difficult in the world.

Unhappily, it is all that remains to us of the Egyptian sacred art. The enormous output of writings attributed to Lully they total about treatises on a variety of subjects ranging from grammar and rhetoric to medicine and theology also seems to suggest that the name Lully was merely a pseudonym.

Germain in his laboratory, found the alchemist busy with his furnaces.

When I pointed out that according to the book the figures were designed to teach the First Matter he answered that the six years coction was like a second agent; that as regards the first it was certainly shewn forth as a white and heavy water, which was doubtless quicksilver.

References are to be found in the myths and legends of China. John, ever praying to God rosary in hand, engrossed in a book, pondering the words of the philosophers and proving various operations suggested by their study.


During the course of his second exile we hear of him in at Colmar, and in at Nuremburg, once again in conflict with the doctors of medicine, who denounced him as an impostor, although once again he turned the tables on his opponents by his successful treatment of several bad cases of elephantiasis, which he followed up during the next ten years by a series of cures which were amazing at the period.

It is the cause of all perfection throughout the whole world.

The Marquis de Valbelle, visiting St. To those of my readers interested in dietetics, it may be a point of interest that most of his biographers have noted his habits with regard to food.

I will again quote coclren Manly Palmer Hall’s introduction to the Thrice Holy Trinosophie the passage in which Casanova describes the athoeter: On the contrary they are open to the fullest examination. He asked the Marquis for a silver six-franc piece, and covering it with a black substance, exposed it to the heat of a small flame or furnace. He thereupon gave me the phial and the pin and I myself pricked the wax, when, lo, the phial was empty.

He only knows one thing — that he has found the name of that medicine in his books, and pluming himself acrhibald the antiquity of his hoary knowledge, he claims the right of prior possession. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works. From the hands of Lao Tzu he received supernaturally a mystic treatise, by following the instructions in which he was successful in his search for the Elixir of Life.

Being filled with admiration, I asked my visitor how he had attained this most wonderful knowledge in the world, to which he replied that it was a gift bestowed upon him freely by a friend who had stayed a few days at his house, who had taught him also cocjren to change common flints and crystals into stones more precious than rubies, chrysolites and sapphires.

His gold is the philosophic gold of the physical world as well as the wisdom of the spiritual.