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detail in "The Phallic Element in Alchemical Doctrine" in my Bygone Beliefs. In view of recent research in the domain of Radioactivity and the consequent advance in knowledge that has resulted since this book was first published, I have carefully considered the advisability of rewriting the whole of the last chapter, but came to the.
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Bygone Beliefs - being a series of excursions in the Byways of Thought by H Stanley Redgrove (Pythagoras and his philosophy - Medicine and magic - Superstitions concerning birds- The powder of sympathy- a curious medical superstition- The belief in talismans ceremonial magic in theory and practice- Architectural symbolism- The quest of the Philosopher's Stone- The Phallic element in Alchemical doctrine)Author: Heinz Schmitz.
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Synopsis. BYGONE BELIEFS - ALCHEMY, MAGIC, TALISMANS, ETC BEING A SERIES OF EXCURSIONS IN THE BYWAYS OF THOUGHT By H. Stanley Redgrove Originally published inthis rare early work on ancient beliefs is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition.
Obscure Books Press have now republished it, using the original text and illustrations. Medicine and Magic. Superstitions Concerning Birds. The Powder of Sympathy: A Curious Medical Superstition. The Belief in Talismans. Ceremonial Magic in Theory and Practice. Architectural Symbolism.
The Quest of the Philosopher's Stone. The Phallic Element in Alchemical Doctrine. Roger Bacon: An Appreciation. The Cambridge : H. Stanley Redgrove. the rosicrucians and their secret doctrine The student of the history The Phallic Element in Alchemical Doctrine book occultism and the esoteric teachings, and even the average reader of current books and magazines, finds many references to “The Rosicrucians,” a supposed ancient secret society devoted to the study of occult doctrines and the manifestation of occult powers.
The Secret Doctrine of the Rosicrucians, by Magus and the formation of the different substances result from the attractive unions of certain male and female elements of matter.
Alchemy has always known this to be a fact; it remains for modern science to corroborate and reaffirm the "vagaries" of the old alchemists regarding this important. In alchemy is found again the perpetuation of the Universal Mystery; for as surely as Jesus died upon the cross, Hiram (CHiram) at the west gate of the Temple, Orpheus on the banks of the river Hebros, Christna on the banks of the Ganges, and Osiris in the coffin prepared by Typhon, so in alchemy, unless the elements first die, the Great Work cannot be achieved.
Alchemy had its origin in the attempt to apply, in a certain manner, the principles of Mysticism to the things of the physical plane, and was, therefore, of a dual nature, on the one hand spiritual and religious, on the other, physical and material.
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Herbert Stanley Redgrove () was a chemist who helped to form the Alchemical Society in London. His works include: On the Calculation of Thermo-Chemical Constants (), Alchemy: Ancient and Modern (), A Mathematical Theory of Spirit (), Experimental Mensuration (), The Magic of Experience (), Bygone Beliefs (), Purpose and.
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Some characteristics of mediaeval thought; Pythagoras and his philosophy; Medicine and magic; Superstitions concerning birds; The powder of sympathy; a curious medical superstition; The belief in talismans ceremonial magic in theory and practice; Architectural symbolism; The quest of the philosopher's stone; The Phallic element in alchemical doctrine Pages: Alchemy: Ancient and Modern Being a Brief Account of the Alchemistic Doctrines, and Their Relations to Mysticism on the One Hand, and to Recent Discoveries in Physical Science on the Other Hand.
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Ceremonial Magic in Theory and Practice. Architectural Symbolism. The Quest of the Philosopher's Stone. The Phallic Element in Alchemical Doctrine. Roger Bacon: An Appreciation. The Cambridge Platonists. alchemy: ancient and modern. being a brief account of the alchemistic doc- trines, and their relations, to mysticism on the one hand, and to recent discoveries in physical science on the other hand; together with some particulars regarding the lives and teachings of.
Alchemy Ancient and Modern 1. ALCHEMY: ANCIENT AND MODERN PLATE 1. the reader who is interested will find it dealt with in some detail in “The Phallic Element in Alchemical Doctrine” in my Bygone Beliefs. In view of recent research in the domain of Radioactivity and the consequent advance in knowledge that has resulted since this book.
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4 Hidden Symbolism of Alchemy and the Occult Arts unconscious of present day mankind to many forms of thinking of the middle ages. These same trends are present to-day in all of us though hidden behind a different set of structural terms, utilizing different mechanisms for energy expression. The unceasing complexity of life's accumulations hasFile Size: 2MB.
Classical elements typically refer to the concepts of earth, water, air, fire, and (later) aether, which were proposed to explain the nature and complexity of all matter in terms of simpler substances.
Ancient cultures in Persia, Greece, Babylonia, Japan, Tibet, and India had similar lists, sometimes referring in local languages to "air" as "wind" and the fifth element as "void". Bristol, UK: Imagier Publishing, Subscriber's Edition. Hardcover. Large thick octavo. x + pp + Subscriber list. Navy cloth with gilt lettering to spine and gilt device to upper board, b&w frontis & illus., index.
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Stanley (Herbert Stanley), Bygone beliefs. London, W. Rider, (OCoLC) hundreds of manuscripts attributed to “Geber” for example) The origins of alchemy are in the ancient world, but the bulk of early alchemical doctrine was formulated and elaborated by Arabic natural philosophers.
During the twelfth century, these works on alchemy were translated into Latin along with other works in natural philosophy. Size: 68KB. BYGONE BELIEFS: BEING A SERIES OF EXCURSIONS IN THE BYWAYS OF THOUGHT BY HERBERT STANLEY REDGROVE  Title Page Preface 1. Some Characteristics of Mediaeval Thought 2.
Pythagoras and His Philosophy 3. Medicine and Magic The Phallic Element in Alchemical Doctrine Roger Bacon: An Appreciation. Audience: Which alchemical book is the best.
Instructor: Well, honestly, the best alchemical book is yourself. Everything you need to know about alchemy is in your psychological makeup.
But you cannot learn about that unless you have guidance and instruction. The best place you will find that is the book of Genesis, the Bible, but not in English. In the first lecture in this series about Alchemy, we explained that the four elements of Alchemy are symbolic, not literal.
We discussed that the element earth represents our body, matter, whether physical matter or in the internal worlds it is the matter of those worlds. Popular Hermeticism and Alchemy Books Showing of 47 Kybalion: A Study of the Hermetic Philosophy of Ancient Egypt and Greece (Hardcover) by.
Three Initiates (shelved 2 times as hermeticism-and-alchemy) avg rating — 6, ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. The start of Western alchemy may generally be traced to ancient and Hellenistic Egypt, where the city of Alexandria was a center of alchemical knowledge, and retained its pre-eminence through most of the Greek and Roman periods.
Here, elements of technology, religion, mythology, and Hellenistic philosophy, each with their own much longer histories, combined to. THE SECRET DOCTRINE: THE ALCHEMICAL WORK OF NATURE The ancient works of alchemy were based on the idea that every element in nature may be converted into the nature of another element.
The. The medieval Nath Siddhas and Rasa Siddhas further interacted with a third group. This was the pascimamnaya (Western Transmission), a Sakta sect devoted to the worship of the goddess Kubjika which, based mainly in Nepal, also incorporated tantric, yogic, and alchemical elements into its doctrine and : The image of Baphomet was originally created in by occultist Eliphas Levi for his book "Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie" ("Dogmas and Rituals of High Magic").It reflects a number of principles considered fundamental to occultists and was influenced by Hermeticism, Kabbalah, and alchemy, among other : Catherine Beyer.