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Mercury is 35 Which Sir Ripley calls Terra damnata, it is also designated as Caput Mortuum. They are the heterogenous parts of a Composite, those which remain from the body after the elimination of its pure philosophical elements. B. 36 Sulphur in a metal represents its colour, combustability, its faculty of attacking other metals, its hardness. Mercury its brilliancy, volatility, fusibility, malleability. Salt mean uniting Sulphur and Mercury. - Sulphur, Mercury, Salt are consequently abstract words serving to designate the ensemble of properties.
28 Descartes placed the seat of the soul in the brain, in the small gland Glandula pinealis, situated between the Optic Thalimi and Corpora quadrigemina. B. Copyright © Flaming Sword Productions 1997 The Great Art page 36 This spirit, which is usually called instinct, when animals are spoken of, determined and almost absolutely specified in each animal, is not so in Man, because the spirit of Man is the epitome and quintessence of all the spirits of animals. So man has not a particular character which is peculiar to him, as each animal has: every dog is faithful, every lamb is gentle, every lion is bold, every cat is treacherous; but man is all at the same time, faithful, indiscreet, treacherous, intemperate, gentle, furious, bold, timid, courageous; circumstances, or reason, decide always what he is at each instant of life, and one never sees in any animal those varieties which one finds in Man, because he alone possesses the germ of all.
God, that eternal, infinite, incomprehensible Light, could He manifest Himself to the world except by light? ) Of Man God in materializing Himself, to speak thus, by the Creation of the World, did not think that it was enough to have made such beautiful things, He wished to place upon it the seal of His divinity, and to manifest Himself still more perfectly by the formation of Man. To this end, He made him in His image, and in that of the World. He gave him a soul, a mind and a body ; and of these three things, united in the same subject, He constituted humanity.