Giovanni Carbonelli translates the latin verses in Codex Laur. MS Ashburham 1166, and deals with the acrostic I.A.A.T on the vessel since the beginning. [Read more…] about Codex Laur. MS Ashburham 1166 and the Acrostic I.A.A.T.
The second part of my translation from the Rotations of Elements, according to Master Rodanius description. Taken from Joachim Tancke, or Tanckius, Promptuarium Alchemiae Leipzig 1614. [Read more…] about Rodanius and the Rotation of Elements Part 2
Master Rodanius wrote a little treatise on Elements. On the rotation of the Elements, as tools of our Alchemical Works. [Read more…] about Rodanius and the Rotation of Elements Part 1
Christoph Kriegsmann commentary on the most enigmatic Tabula Smaragdina’s sentence, made of Suns-fathers, Moons-mothers, Winds-bellies and Earth-nurses. [Read more…] about Kriegsmann: Sun, Moon, Wind and Earth in Tabula Smaragdina
A rare male and female four elements exposition by a man who did not dare to define himself an alchemist, but just a mechanician translating Lacinius. [Read more…] about Stoll, the Lacinius Translator on Male and Female Elements
Wenceslaw Lavinius chose an evocative title, Treatise of Terrestrial Sky to convert the body into the nature of spirit and spirit into the nature of bodies. [Read more…] about Wenceslaw Lavinius and the Sky and Earth Properties