Alchemy: Rosicrucian Digest (Rosicrucian Order AMORC Kindle by Rosicrucian Order AMORC, Frater Albertus, Timothy O'Neill,

By Rosicrucian Order AMORC, Frater Albertus, Timothy O'Neill, Dennis William Hauck, Ralph Maxwell Lewis, Christian Rebisse, Peter Bindon, Christian Bernard

This factor of the Rosicrucian Digest offers a compendium of fabrics that offer a great advent to an important elements of Alchemy.

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They caricatured him and challenged his unorthodox methods as being questionable. The persecution reached such proportions that he was forced to flee by night on horseback, the means being provided by a friend, as there was a plot against his life. During the plague in 1534, Paracelsus entered the old city of Sterzing, which was particularly affected. All who could had fled the terror and death of the city. Nevertheless, he boldly entered, walking down its streets, which were deserted except for the rumbling two-wheeled carts on which bodies were piled high.

No evidence was forthcoming and so he was dismissed, but was forced to leave the city. Still the stories of Paracelsus’s fame spread. He visited the home of a girl paralyzed since childhood. After a thorough examination of his young patient, he prescribed a medicine to which he gave the name of Red Lion, an alchemical symbol. To the amazement of her parents, the girl, after a few applications, was able to walk again, and this added to the growing acclaim of his powers. His writings had now become extensive.

I do not wish to go into this any further at this point, as this will be treated more explicitly later on. A repetition of certain phrases and sentences may be found throughout this book. This is not arbitrary; they have been purposely inserted in order to emphasize certain important points more strongly. Much that is written here must be reread many a time in order to lift the veil. This only can be accomplished individually by each student. That which follows will be discovered when the practical experimentation takes place in the laboratory.

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