Philosopher's Stone: The Divine Center
God is an infinite circle whose center is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere.
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Arcturian Alien Revelation
THE REVELATION OF THE ARCTURIANS (As recorded by the Lyrans) - From the hysteria and chaos an Arcturian ship emerged, a ship long endeared and respected by all whom have witnessed its powered and majestic presence...Athena and the Arcturian race emerged and revealed themselves to the Lyrans who were in awe of the spectacle unfolding before their very eyes.... - #CeoFGL #Alchemy #Arcturians #Lyrans #Pleadians #Sirians #Ascension #HigherDimensions #BrotherhoodOfTheAll #UniversalForces
SUGAR + MEOWS
En la Edad Media se creía que había una relación médica entre los signos zodiacales y las partes del cuerpo humano, frecuentemente ilustrada en los manuales de medicina: Aries, cabeza; Taurus, cuello; Géminis, hombros y brazos; Cáncer, pecho y pulmones; Leo, estómago; Virgo, hígado y vientre; Libra, ancas, vejiga y riñones; Escorpión, genitales; Sagitario, muslos; Capricornio, rodillas; Acuario, pantorrillas; Piscis, pies.
In this image from the Mutus Liber, or "Silent Book", a 17th-century pictorial book, the philosopher's stone is shown (below) in the Athanor (alchemists' furnace), while its archetype is personified as Mercury (above) in the hands of the angels. The image emphasizes that the physical operations of alchemy mirror a spiritual reality.
Our final design. Like the one seen in Fullmetal Alchemist, this transmutation circle features text from George Ripley's The Compound of Alchymy concerning the Philosopher's Stone. We never were able to make out all the text on the "actual" circle, so in its place this one was designed from scratch in a similar style.
In alchemy, Albedo is one of the 4 major stages of the magnum opus; along with nigredo, citrinitas and rubedo. It is a Latin term meaning "whiteness." Following the chaos or massa confusa of the nigredo stage, the alchemist undertakes a Purification in Abedo, which is literally referred to as ablutio – the washing away of impurities. In this process, subject is divided into two opposing principles to be later coagulated to form a unity of opposites or coincidentia oppositorum during Rubedo.