In “Azoth”, by Basilius Valentinus, we come up with the archaic term Azoth. Is a neologism put forward for a new third principle or Salt? [Read more…] about Basilius Valentinus, Salt, Azoth or Philosophers Gold?
Was an italian mason, Arturo Reghini (1878-1946), to write one of the most comprehensive document on masonic Delta and Pythagorean tetraktys. [Read more…] about Arturo Reghini, Sacred Pythagorean Numbers. Part 1
A.E. Waite’s is the Open Entrance version commonly available in the internet. Is this translation of Introitus Apertus reliable? Here the first four chapters analysis. [Read more…] about Introitus Apertus vs Waite’s Open Entrance
There is a similarity between the incantation of Leyden Papyrus, presented by Berthelot, and a quote by Canseliet in which the extended Spirit introduces to a form very close to immortality. [Read more…] about The Incantation of Leyden Papyrus
The Tempest by Giorgione can be considered a real compendium for Secret Fire becoming Mercurius, becoming Mercurius Philosophorum, or Aqua Pontica. [Read more…] about Giorgione, Tempest & Aqua Pontica