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Selected diagrams from “Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians (Part I)” by Franz Hartmann (1888).From an edition by “Celephais Press”.For more on occult symbolism, please visit “Noise vs. Signal”.

Selected diagrams from “Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians (Part I)” by Franz Hartmann (1888).From an edition by “Celephais Press”.For more on occult symbolism, please visit “Noise vs. Signal”.

Selected diagrams from “Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians (Part I)” by Franz Hartmann (1888).From an edition by “Celephais Press”.For more on occult symbolism, please visit “Noise vs. Signal”.

Selected diagrams from “Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians (Part I)” by Franz Hartmann (1888).From an edition by “Celephais Press”.For more on occult symbolism, please visit “Noise vs. Signal”.

Michael Maier - Symbols of the Synthesis of the Great Alchemical Work, “Tripus Aureus“, 1618.  Symbolism: 4 Sides = 4 Elements 3 Serpents = Tria Prima (Sulphur, Salt, Mercury) 2 Circles = Masculine and Feminine Properties Circle attached to the Tube = Hermetic Vase.

Michael Maier - Symbols of the Synthesis of the Great Alchemical Work, “Tripus Aureus“, 1618. Symbolism: 4 Sides = 4 Elements 3 Serpents = Tria Prima (Sulphur, Salt, Mercury) 2 Circles = Masculine and Feminine Properties Circle attached to the Tube = Hermetic Vase.

ELEMENTS: The four basic elements to many pagans are earth, water, air (wind or spirit) and fire. Many consider the first two passive and feminine - and the last two active and masculine. In Wiccan or Native American rituals, the "quartered circle"  (similar to the the Medicine Wheel) represents a "sacred space" or the sacred earth. The four lines may represent the spirits of the four primary directions or the spirits of the earth, water, wind and fire.

ELEMENTS: The four basic elements to many pagans are earth, water, air (wind or spirit) and fire. Many consider the first two passive and feminine - and the last two active and masculine. In Wiccan or Native American rituals, the "quartered circle" (similar to the the Medicine Wheel) represents a "sacred space" or the sacred earth. The four lines may represent the spirits of the four primary directions or the spirits of the earth, water, wind and fire.

Ulrich Ruosch - Four Elements, “Das Alchemiehandbuch des Appenzeller Wundarztes“, 17th century. Ulrich Ruosch was a Paracelsian surgeon from Switzerland who produced a beautiful manual which captures...

Ulrich Ruosch - Four Elements, “Das Alchemiehandbuch des Appenzeller Wundarztes“, 17th century. Ulrich Ruosch was a Paracelsian surgeon from Switzerland who produced a beautiful manual which captures...

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