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ALQUIMIA VERDADERA: Lámina 4

The Great Work — Spiritual Alchemy :pt 4 Polarity

The Resurrection. The Rosarium Philosophorum/The Rosary of the Philosopher is extensively quoted in later alchemical writings. It first appeared in print as the second volume of a larger work entitled De alchimia opuscula complura veterum philosophorum, in Frankfurt in 1550. As with many alchemical texts, its authorship is unknown.

The Resurrection Depicting Jesus with a radiant sun head after the culmination of the alchemical process as depicted on the key alchemical .

Alchemy:  A king and queen with symbolic attributes. Two monarchs, possibly the recipients of the manuscript, with various symbols of longevity. The phoenix is shown on the left moulting and pecking its breast and on the right rising from the flames triumphantly. The Sun and Moon, ever present, represent eternity, as do the intertwined snakes. This image represents the opening of the manuscript. From a collection of treatises and poems on Alchemy and the philosopher's stone. An Alchemy…

Alchemy: A king and queen with symbolic attributes. Two monarchs, possibly the…

Resultado de imagen para Medieval - Alchemy - German woodblock

Resultado de imagen para Medieval - Alchemy - German woodblock

Lo fijo es el Sulfato, el Azufre, de la Filosofía Secreta. Por lo volátil significa, el Mercurio Espiritual. El Azufre está representado por el Águila. El Azufre es el Fuego, la Divina Madre Kundalini, y lo volátil es el Mercurio, o sea, el Tercer Logos..

Lo fijo es el Sulfato, el Azufre, de la Filosofía Secreta. Por lo volátil significa, el Mercurio Espiritual. El Azufre está representado por el Águila. El Azufre es el Fuego, la Divina Madre Kundalini, y lo volátil es el Mercurio, o sea, el Tercer Logos..

The Alchemical Arcana, and the Hidden Treasure of Wisdom, England, United Kingdom, 1831, by John Bennett.

The Alchemical Arcana, and the Hidden Treasure of Wisdom, England, United Kingdom, by John Bennett.

Green Lion

the Lion devours the Sun from Rosarium Philosophorum depicts one of the classic symbols of alchemy - the green lion devouring the sun.

Les Vaisseaux D’Hermes, par un anonyme, dans les années 1700. https://archive.org/details/manlypalmerhabox14hall  Des illustrations de manuscrits d'alchimie - La boite verte

Des illustrations de manuscrits d'alchimie

"Christliches" Mandala - "The Vessels of Hermes" – an Alchemical Album from the Manly Palmer Hall Collection of Alchemical Manuscripts.

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