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In one of the Democritus the sign The body of Magnesia of is Synesius and Dioscorus; and on the Metallic Body of Magnesia, Zosimus has a special treatise with reference to the method by which it is mentioned whitened. in the discourse of According to Synesius it signifies the mixture of substances. | The formulas which are so frequently repeated in the Turba Philotophorum : Nature rejoices in Nature : Nature The Turba Philosophorum. 35 Reduce, therefore, the same by means of cooking into a humour, until the hidden nature appear.
Know that the Sun is more ; subtle than all creatures, to the end that it may light the world, which consists of two dense things and two rare. " is dense more is in the sublime creation, because rare than the Sun and all inferior The Turba Philosophorum. created all and the inferior, both the sublime others, from tinated 19 because He predesall that beginning the creatures extracted from water should multiply and increase, that they might dwell in the world and perform His judgments therein. * The Which are these, O And he: They are the angels, whom He created out of fire.
The Turba Philosophorum. 30 The Tenth Dictum. * Take, saith: is body which I have shewn reduce it to thin tablets. and you Next immerse the said tablets in the Water of our Sea,t which is permanent therefore, the to Water,! and, after over a gentle fire it is covered, set it until the tablets are melted and become waters or Etheliae, * In this instance the term appears to be used as the the thin strips into which equivalent ot tablets or lamina later is alchemy frequently directs a metal to be cut before it subjected to a given treatment.