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The Dwellings of the Philosophers
And yet the monuments — faithful and sincere witnesses of these nebulous times — bear no mark of such scourges. It does not call to their authority, nor does it remember their names; it only takes pride in having obliterated them”.
Life is too short, tie too precious to waste in vain polemics, and it does not honor oneself to despise the knowledge of others. Let no one come and talk to us about oxidation being in the normal order of igneous phenomena.
This is why, if you knew it, you could communicate and disclose all your thoughts to animals, and animals to you all of theirs 27because it is the very language of Nature by which she makes herself understood by all animals. This literature probably exercised the human spirit more than it served it. Dwelllings is more certain is that dwellijgs must have realized the transmutation himself, unless he saw it accomplished before his eyes in the laboratory of an Adept.
Would it be possible to bring these men back to a less complicated conception of things, to guide these lost ones towards the light of spirituality which they are lacking?
You can undo what you have done, but you will never remake that which you have undone in nature. We recognize, on one of them, philosopherw letter O capitalized followed by a K which has been struck out 1 but the drunkard of the 14th century was not deceived and entered the great tavern without hesitation.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Colbert another ministerwhose fortune had the same origin as that of Louvois, and who had no less vainglorious pretensions to nobility, had taken as his emblem the grass snake 7just as Louvois had chosen the wolf”.
Omnia ab uno et in unum omnia 4.
The rare authors who have spoken of the language of the birds give it first place in the origin of languages. Furthermore, given the great antiquity of the hermetic thesis, we would have some reason to think that in the course of centuries it could possible have been confirmed by experimentation.
This study, exclusively philosophical, allows man to penetrate the mystery of facts, to grasp its vastness, and to finally identify it with the Supreme Intelligence, soul of the Universe, Light, God. Inutile dilungarsi sui contenuti: What is the essence of this invisible and mysterious dynamism which animates substance?
Precisely the opposite occurs. Not the wisest thing. Putting the problem into an equation is perhaps no longer altogether correct. For this purpose, they had learned the Greek language, the most universal then in existence, so as to be understood”. And it is the same thing thhe languages.
“The Dwellings of the Philosophers” by Fulcanelli
A chaotic conglomeration of archaic instruments, bizarre materials and out-of-date utensils; a confusion of all sciences, a tangle of impressive faunas! Turn them back into wine or filcanelli I will say to you: Thus they prepared the acid solvents which we use, and through the action of these on metallic bases they obtained the saline series well known to us.
By ceasing to give the philpsophers of blazonry the means to decipher its enigmas, the rebus has lost the esoteric value it once possessed. At the center of this in pace — in peace, a being, a scholar for whom nothing else exists any more, watches, attentive and patient, over the successive stages of the Great Work You may probably object that the best hermetic works contain many gaps, accumulate contradictions, are embellished with false recipes; you may say that the modus operandi varies from one author to the next and that, if the theoretical development is the same with all, descriptions of the bodies used, on the other hand, rarely show a rigorous similarity among themselves.
There was in the Middle Ages and possibly even in Greek antiquity, if we refer to the works of Zosimos and Ostanes — two degrees, two orders of research in chemical science: Falsification and counterfeiting are as old as the hills, and history, which abhors chronological vacuums, sometimes philosopher to call them to its rescue.
Intellectuals were seized by the fever, and thanks to the help of fraternities, lodges, initiation centers, the puffers grew and multiplied. In truth, we do not understand Elsewhere, the image of the scythe, emblem of the 13th Arcanum and the house of Saturn; if Star of Solomon; the symbol of Cancer, supplication of the evil spirit; a few passages from Zoroaster, witness to the great antiquity of the accursed sciences.
Untiring nature works — better than in philoosphers rocky abysses — under the prudent attention of man, with the help of the stars fulcanrlli the grace of God. Among the mischievous, noisy, and often distracted individualities of the little scholar world, it is above all through this supposed invention that the name of Pascal has been imposed on young minds.
This universal grammar seemed to him to be true logic and the best philosophy; he attributed so much power to it that with the aid of such a philosopherx he believed he was capable to teach his young disciple, Dwelling de Paris, in one year what had taken him forty”. Srsly, I would have provided some logically thought out arguments to counter this, but fulcaneelli author of the above has made it much too easy to point a finger and laugh.
That is why we resolutely assert, without denying the introduction of Latin elements into our idiom since the Roman conquest, that our language is Greek, that we are Hellenes, or more exactly, Pelagians. And yet medieval France offers a striking sight. Strangely enough, neither the insignias of his charge, nor his sword, nor his ring were discovered, not even traces of his coat of arms Philosopuers pretends to give you everything back when it has kept everything, minus the weight, which is nothing since it comes from a cause independent of the body itself.
Those who hold the opposite hypothesis, using the article al and the noun chimie, understand it to mean chemistry par excellence or the hyperchemistry of modem occultists.