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Compendio de Conceptos Básicos de Alquimia IV

Alchemy: "A three-headed eagle in a crowned alchemical flask, representing Mercury sublimated three times." Watercolor painting from Salomon Trismosin's "Splendor solis." An Alchemy artwork.

Alchemy:  "A three-headed monster in an alchemical flask, representing the composition of the alchemical philosopher's stone: Salt, Sulphur, and Mercury." Watercolor painting from Salomon Trismosin's "Splendor solis."  An Alchemy artwork.

Alchemical monster in flask, represents 3 elements of the philosopher's stone, salt, sulphur mercury, watercolor from Salomon Trismosin 'Splendor solis'

An ancient religious symbol used by the Nazi Party, a fertility ankh, and 6-pointed star make up the Theosophical Society logo. Description from transcendental-meditation21.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images


You'll find that many of today's religious symbols can be traced back to the ancient Egyptian influence (like these symbols)


Compendio de Conceptos Básicos de Alquimia IV

[Salomon Trismosin, from Splendor Solis] Paracelsus tria prima: mercury, salt, sulfur


Des illustrations de manuscrits d'alchimie

Detail of an illustration from the 'Rosarium Philosophorum' of Jaroš Griemiller of Třebsko, 1578

Alchemical illustration of a Homunculus in a vial

Immersed in Mercurial Water, the Homunculus (Latin, “little man”), having undergone the Calcinations of the Sun, is heated to the point of Sophic Putrefaction. The Alchemist’s.

The Seven Stages of Alchemical Transformation - Alchemy Infographic, Spiritual Lesson, Spiritual Infographic, Occult Infographic, Witchcraft Infographic

The Seven Stages of Alchemical Transformation: A Spiritual Metaphor (Infographic)

A really wonderful infographic that captures so much good information on alchemy and the ideas at the core of the All Souls Trilogy.

The sacrifice has been accomplished: the divine child, the image of the God’s formation, is slain, and I have eaten from the sacrificial flesh. The child, that is, the image of the God’…

A symbolic homunculus, depicted in The Pretiosissimum Donum Dei ('The Most Precious Gift of God'), an important alchemical work by Georgius Aurach de Argentina