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John Dee’s Associate in All Things Mystical

Edward Kelley (Born August 1, 1555) Now, I have a reason for looking at this particular individual: it’s called curiosity. This chart was already on my Kepler 7.0 computer program, so I’m not going to look at a gift horse … Continue reading

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John Dee’s Hieroglyph

Monas Hieroglyphica I don’t remember seeing this image before yesterday (at least not in this lifetime), but what struck me immediately is how rich in astrological lore it is. The ‘normal’ translation (as stated in Wikipedia) is: But even to … Continue reading

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It’s About Time…

The Fourth Dimension: Sacred Geometry, Alchemy and Mathematics This is the final book lent to me by my son, Derek. The other three I have already reviewed. This one seems the most difficult to comprehend, and yet, once you grasp … Continue reading

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Is This Person Another Past Life?

Rudolf Steiner (1861 – 1925) Probably not. But our common spiritual heritage might be Christian Rosencreutz, at least at the astral level. This link can be seen in comparing our birth charts: Do you see that conjunction between my Moon … Continue reading

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Who is the Count of Saint Germain?

International Man of Mystery While researching alchemy and alchemists, I came across the man who was a legend in his own lifetime (1710-1784). He also has a counterpart in Theosophical circles: St. Germain. But who is he, really? My go-to … Continue reading

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Was Jesus an Alchemist?

  You are the salt of the earth Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and … Continue reading

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