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spiritusarcanum:    Phylactery - by Matthew Venus

spiritusarcanum: Phylactery - by Matthew Venus

#Repost @theritmanlibrary with @repostapp Collection Highlights The Ritman Library holds a copy of the first of the five editions of De occulta philosophia published in 1533 one of the absolute gems of Renaissance magic. This copy shows that owners of books too have their destinies: a later owner rigorously removed the name of a contemporary owner of this copy from the title-page. This previous and now anonymous owner was especially interested in the number 7 which was discussed in great…

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Une amulette kabbalistique contre le mal

Une amulette kabbalistique contre le mal

Arsenic: Arsenic is a chemical element. This is a notorious poisonous metalloid that has three allotropic forms; yellow, black and grey. Arsenic and its compounds are used as pesticides, herbicides, insecticides and various alloys. The elemental alchemy symbol arsenic was used for medicinal and magical cures. A compound of arsenic and sulpher were said to induce trances of enlightenment and philosphical ascention and direction.

This page offers a list of common elemental Alchemy Symbols, their meanings, and philosophical applications.

Aleister Crowley, Royal Art, Sacred Geometry, Fire, Language

Meru Foundation Research: Front-Back / Base-3 Symmetry Groups: 1

Meru Foundation Research: Front-Back / Symmetry Groups: 1

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We’ve collected 55 Awesome Different Men's Tattoos to inspire you! We also have the meaning and symbolism behind the common men’s tattoo designs.

The study of sacred geometry was passed down over thousands of years from the ancient mystery schools. The most common geometries considered sacred are the Egyptian Flower of Life, the Hebrew Vesica Piscis and the Italian Borromean Rings (also known as the Holy Trinity). Of course, there are a great many more, such as the Kaballah,…

The study of sacred geometry was passed down over thousands of years from the ancient mystery schools. The most common geometries considered sacred are the Egyptian Flower of Life, the Hebrew Vesica Piscis and the Italian Borromean Rings (also known as th