By A. Cockren
This expense e-book is introduced again into print since it tells the tale of alchemy in such easy phrases that almost all all can comprehend. The cryptic language and symbolism more often than not present in alchemy is laid naked so that you can understand precisely what used to be intended and what was once occurring through the pursuit of the alchemical elixir. the idea of the publication is to teach that the technology of alchemy finds the single legislations working in the human spirit and in our quest for immortality. Cockren insists that there's a Divine Plan, and by means of exploring and experimenting with alchemy, we'll locate ourselves at the direction that might lead us to it. This booklet needs to be learn in complete, so the "complete photograph" is proven, and the reader will then see the way it all connects. diverse components of the realm are lined, in addition to assorted sessions of heritage. there's additionally a actual alchemy, with regards to medication, that's coated along with the non secular. very good fabric exists during this small publication at the nice males of alchemy like St. Germain, Nicholas Flamel, Basil Valentine, and Paracelsus. The publication concludes by way of reprinting of the world's most vital airtight alchemical texts -- The Golden Tracate of Hermes and The publication of the Revelation of Hermes.
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And everything which the philosophers have hidden is p. 143 generated by us. Hear, then, these words, and understand them. Keep them, and meditate thereon, and seek for nothing more. Man in the beginning is generated of nature, whose inward substance is fleshy, and not from anything else. ' "Thus saith the philosopher: 'Botri is made from the citrine, which is extracted out of the Red Root, and from nothing else; and if it be citrine and nothing else Wisdom was with thee. It was not gotten by thy care, nor if it be freed from redness, by thy study.
The salts of gold used at the present day can never be assimilated, for by their present method of preparation they can never be properly distilled and purified. From the foregoing paragraphs it will be seen that the whole principle of cure rests on the proper separation of this Quintessence to which alchemy, and alchemy alone, provides the key. The whole principle of the system is that the body of the metal impedes the action of the essence, and those metals which have hitherto been regarded as poisonous (mercury, antimony, lead, arsenic) are all non-poisonous and capable of greater curative potency when this process has been faithfully carried out.
And just as p. 150 [paragraph continues] the Heavens, with respect to the other elements are held to be the fifth substance (for they are indestructible, stable, and suffer no foreign admixture), so also this One Thing (compared to the forces of our body) is an indestructible essence, drying up all the superfluities of our bodies, and has been philosophically called by the above-mentioned name. It is neither hot and dry like fire, nor cold and moist like water, nor warm and moist like air, nor dry and cold like earth.
Alchemy Rediscovered and Restored by A. Cockren