This illustration can be seen as the creation of the loadstone and journey and revelation is the loadstone that´s transform man/human/microcosmos to a new being, new heaven and land – macrocosmos (transforming to Living Stones)
From loadstone to philosopher´s stone
I am Alpha and Omega, saith the Lord —Alpha is the first, Omega the last letter in the Greek alphabet.
The first substance of God and universe is same as the last substance, macrocosmos (universal God) and microcosmos (human) are made of same substance as God because they are made in same image as God. Macrocosmos and microcosmos is this image.
The Alpha plateau is the root chakra
The Omega is the Crown Chakra
The Alpha, Root chakra is also the Loadstone (in spine)
The Omega, Crown chakra is the Philosopher´s Stone
The Alpha symbolize the beginning and the Omega the end and when the Marriage between Heaven and Earth take place (this is the marriage between Alpha and Omega – the circle has no beginning and no end and this symbolize the everlasting victory over death)
The loadstone is lifted and transformed in a alchemical transformations-process and becomes the Foundation Stone or Cornerstone or Philosopher´s Stone or the Living Stone when it reach Crown Chakra. This process is the famous making lead to gold.
The Root Chakra is also known as the Earth Chakra
Our first chakra is red in color and is associated with the adrenal glands and is represented by the earth element.
The second chakra, also known as our sacral chakra, is orange in color is represented by the water element.
The third chakra is yellow in color and is associated with the pancreas, and is the body’s power center and t is represented by the fire element.
The fourth chakra is green in color and is associated with the heart chakra. It is the center for love of self and for others. It is represented by the element of air.
Quintessence (Aether) is the fifth element that binds the four classical elements: water, fire, earth, and air together. It is the strongest and most powerful element in the series, apart from the element of pure Light.
In consciousness (a universal mind or energy) is essentially the same what our sub-atomic structure is made off. It has a mind of it’s own (the universal mind), and we can’t see it at first, but we understand this force as “zero point energy” today. Zero point energy, also called quantum vacuum zeropoint …
The Power in Nothing. Zero-Point State. “Zero Point energy (nothing and stillness) is what holds everything together.
Everything is made of energy, the universal life essence. Between every pulse of vibration is stillness, it is this stillness that is the essence that all things come from, it is where all life comes from. Movement comes from stillness and movement seeks stillness. It is the eternal circle. When the heart is pulsing, between every heartbeat is the silence, the heart is not beating during that fraction of a pause.
A Zero Point State or Reality is independent because it is beyound space and time. Beyond this universe dimension is the higher spiritual dimensions with frequencies of the Divine energy of love that are infinitely more dynamic. All of these dimensions, including the new earth dimension, have a consciousness that is outside of space-time and beyond the speed of light. And infinite energy (density state), is a state that is beyond the known laws of physics.
It is subtle energies we speak of. We tell you right now beyond time or space there is a part of your energy that is vibrating at the same frequency as the Divine Source. That is right now a part of the Divine Source.
If your worldview posits humility before the Creator, please understand that these new theories ask nothing different. Quantum physicists are simply using new tools and cutting-edge theories to give a scientific base to what spiritual traditions and teachers have taught us since antiquity. Radical shifts in thought are taking place at an accelerated speed and are already affecting every area of your life—from your physical health to your pocketbook to your relationship with Spirit.
Let’s assume you choose to call this field God. Now, keep an open mind. If you come from this field and are made of the same energy, wouldn’t it mean that you and God are the same thing? What do you think the Christian prophet meant when he said, “I and my Father are one” (John 10:30). The only difference is that one of you is in form and the other is not. Quantum physics tells us that every single thing comes from the Zero Point Field. Spiritual traditions tell us that every single thing comes from God.
Ocean is ocean. Separateness is illusion. Get over the ignorant/arrogant thinking that you and God are different. Understand that you and everything are the same, literally. The only defining difference between you and anything else is the rate of vibration. That’s it. Get this; if you want to attract a new result in any area…you’re already it! All you must do is come into harmony with it. Ponder that one deeply. You and I have barely scratched the surface of what we’re capable of being, doing, and creating in our lives. This book is ultimately to remind you of your unlimited creative powers and to allow you to experience greater levels of your God-like abilities to create outrageous results in every area of your life.
“You are gods, sons of the Most High, all of you (Psalm 82:6) – (Your consciousness is a ocean of wholeness and oneness)
The kingdom of God is within you (Luke 17:21) – (Your consciousness is a ocean of wholeness and oneness)
The builders rejected the cornerstone which means they rejected wisdom of God. . The cornerstone is the Philosopher´s Stone and Philosopher´s Stone is the “Stone of Wisdom”. This is how I see the Philosopher’s Stone, the “elixir of life,” the Quintessence. The Great Work creates the Philosopher’s Stone and progresses us to realize the “Spirit of Man” True Self Quintessence. The Stone of the True Care for Wisdom. The substance had many names: the aqua vitae, the elixir of life, the philosopher’s stone, the aether of the heavens, the fifth essence. Quintes- sence.
It comes from quinta essentia which are Latin words meaning the fifth essence or the substance from which the world and man was made. Thus, there is an essence of the physical dimension (Earth), of the emotional dimension (Water), of the mental dimension (Air), and of the spiritual dimension (Fire). Finally comes the “fifth essence” or “quintessence” which is the root, sum, and synthesis of these (Ether).
The substance had many names: the aqua vitae, the elixir of life, the philosopher’s stone, the aether of the heavens, the fifth essence. Quintes- sence.
Quintessence is the most important part of anything. It means divine essence , God’s divine love and divine wisdom. Quintessence is The Philosopher´s Stone and the Philosopher´s Stone is the cornerstone the builders rejcected. Quintessence or The Philosopher´s Stone symbolize wisdom from God, and the stone they rejected means they rejected wisdom from God and Philosopher´s Stone means Stone of Wisdom and Stone of Wisdom is wisdom from God.
One the temple is you. In the verse Acts 7:48, it says God dwells in a temple not made by human hands. That temple is your head. There is no physical temple as I explained in detail in a previous chapter. When the voice said the tabernacle of God is with men that means it is inside everyone. That means God dwells within you. Luke 17:21 says “Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you.”
The tabernacle as I mentioned many times is the brain. The tabernacle is the human brain.
The Garden of Eden is the right hemisphere of the brain; it is the 90% we don’t use
It says in Genesis 2:10 And a river went our of Eden to water the garden; and from thence it was parted, and became into four heads. This verse corresponds to the description of the brain. In the arachnoid layer and the pia matter flows a river of cerebrospinal fluid that bathes the brain and provides a soft fluid protective cushion. The cerebrospinal fluid originates from the walls of an interconnected cave located deep within the brain. The chambers of this cave, the ventricles are four in number. These ventricles are the four heads mentioned in genesis 2:10 The Garden of Eden is the right hemisphere of the brain; it is the 90% we don’t use. The left side of the brain is the 10%. The 10 % on left side is your portion; the 90% on the right is God’s. In order to get to the right, you have to tithe, give the 10% of you mind, not your wallet. In the macrocosm the 10% is the material world, 90% is the Quintessence which scientist has named dark matter. Dark matter is the essence that permeates everything. It is life force, Universal Life, in the mythology of Star Wars it is the Force. This is what we tap into in the right hemisphere of the brain.
10% is the consciousness mind and 90% is the unconsciousness mind. God is this unconsciousness mind we call darkness because human are not aware of this knowledge of God or wisdom of God. The loadstone don´t become light in one day, it is a training process and transforming process.
The Alpha plateau is the root chakra
The Omega is the Crown Chakra
The Alpha, Root chakra is also the Loadstone (in spine)
The Omega, Crown chakra is the Philosopher´s Stone
When this Loadstone (Alpha) is lifted up and transformed along it´s journey through the 7 chakras or 7 seals it transforms to a “Living Stone” (Omega) and this Living stone then become The Cornerstone or The Philosopher´s Stone or Stone of Wisdom. “As you come to him, the living Stone—rejected by men but chosen by God and precious to Him—you also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house.
THE BASE OF THE SPINE lies the root chakra. Known also as the mulhadara chakra, meaning “foundation.
THE SOPHIC HYDROLITH OR, WATER STONE OF THE WISE, THAT IS, A CHYMICAL WORK, IN WHICH THE WAY IS SHEWN, THE MATTER NAMED, AND THE PROCESS DESCRIBED; NAMELY, THE METHOD OF OBTAINING THE UNIVERSAL TINCTURE.
A BRIEF EXPOSITION OF THE WONDERFUL WATER STONE OF THE WISE, COMMONLY CALLED THE PHILOSOPHER’S STONE.
The importance of starting with an exact knowledge of the first or otherwise the second Matter of the Philosophical Stone has been largely dwelt upon by all writers on this subject. This Matter is found in one thing, out of which alone our Stone is prepared (although it is called by a thousand names), without any foreign admixture; and its quality, appearance, and properties have been set forth in the following manner. It is composed of three things, yet it is only one. Likewise, having been created and made of one, two, three, four, and five, it is everywhere found in one and two. They also call it the universal Magnesia, or the seed of the world, from which all natural objects take their origin. Its properties are of a singular kind; for, in addition to its marvellous nature and form, it is neither hot and dry like fire, nor cold and wet like water, nor cold and dry like earth, but a perfect preparation of all the elements. Its body is incorruptible, and is not destroyed by any of the four elements, but its properties far exceed those of the four elements, and the four qualities, like heaven and the Quintessence. Magnesia is considered a “universal neutralizer”,
Loadstone – Called loadstone in early usage, the name derives from the old English word load, meaning “way”or “course”; the loadstone was literally a stone which showed a traveller the way.
The Waterstone of the Wise
“Therefore, thus saith the Lord: Behold I lay in Zion for a foundation a Stone, a tried Stone, a precious corner Stone, a sure foundation. He that has it shall not be confounded.”
The numerous writers on our most noble Art have never wearied of singing its praises, and inventing for it new and glorious names. Its most precious object they have called the PHILOSOPHER’S STONE, or the most ancient, secret, natural, incomprehensible, heavenly, blessed, beatified, and triune universal Stone of the Sages. Their reason for naming it a stone, or likening it to a stone, was this: First because its original Matter is really a kind of stone, which, being hard and solid like a stone, may be pounded, reduced to powder, and resolved into its three elements (which Nature herself has joined together), and then again may be re-combined into a solid stone of the fusibility of wax by the skilled hand of the artist adjusting the law of Nature.
The importance of starting with an exact knowledge of the first or otherwise the second Matter of the Philosophical Stone has been largely dwelt upon by all writers on this subject. This Matter is found in one thing, out of which alone our Stone is prepared (although it is called by a thousand names), without any foreign admixture; and its quality, appearance, and properties have been set forth in the following manner. It is composed of three things, yet it is only one. Likewise, having been created and made of one, two, three, four, and five, it is everywhere found in one and two. They also call it the universal Magnesia, or the seed of the world, from which all natural objects take their origin. Its properties are of a singular kind; for, in addition to its marvellous nature and form, it is neither hot and dry like fire, nor cold and wet like water, nor cold and dry like earth, but a perfect preparation of all the elements.
Its body is incorruptible, and is not destroyed by any of the four elements, but its properties far exceed those of the four elements, and the four qualities, like heaven and the Quintessence. With respect to its outward appearance, figure, form, and shape, they call it a stone, and not a stone; they liken it to gum and white water, and to the water of the Ocean. It is named the water of life, the purest and most blessed water, yet not the water of the clouds, or of any common spring, but a thick, permanent, salt, and (in a certain sense) dry water, which wets not the hand, a slimy water which springs out of the fatness of the earth. Likewise, it is a double mercury and Azoth which, being supported by the vapour or exudation of the greater and lesser heavenly and the earthly globe, cannot be consumed by fire. For itself is the universal and sparkling flame of the light of Nature, which has the heavenly Spirit in itself, with which it was animated at first by God, Who pervades all things, and is called by Avicenna, the Soul of the world.
For as the soul lives and moves in all the members of the body, so that spirit lives and moves in all elementary creatures, and is the indissoluble bond of body and soul, the purest and most noble essence in which lie hid all mysteries in their inexhaustible fulness of marvellous virtue and efficacy. Moreover, they ascribe to it infinite Divine power and virtue when they say that it is the Spirit of the Lord who fills the Universe, and in the beginning moved upon the face of the waters. They also call it the spirit of truth that is hid in the world, and cannot be understood without the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, or the teaching of those who know it. It is found potentially everywhere, and in everything, but in all its perfection and fulness only in one thing. In short, it is a Spiritual Essence which is neither celestial nor infernal, but an aerial, pure, and precious body, in the middle between the highest and lowest, the choicest and noblest thing under heaven. But by the ignorant and the beginner it is thought to be the vilest and meanest of things. It is sought by many Sages, and found by few; suspected by those that are far away, and received by those that are near; seen by all, but known by few, as you may see from the following lines:
“Into three the great good is divided, yet it is one, and highly esteemed by the world. Men have it before their eyes, handle it with their hands, yet know it not, though they constantly tread it under their feet. It is the greatest wealth, and he who knows the Art may rival the richest.”
AN ENIGMA OF THE SAGES
In which the underlying substance of the Art, called the Phoenix of the Sages, is found to be thrice threefold.
“If I tell you three parts of a thing you have no cause to complain. Seek one of three, and of the three one will be there: for where there is body and soul, there is also Spirit, and there shine salt, sulphur, and mercury. Trust my word, seek the grass that is trefoil. Thou knowest the name, and art wise and cunning if thou findest it.
“There is one thing in this world which is found occasionally. It is bluish-grey and green, and, wonderful to say, there is in this thing a red and white colour. It flows like water, yet it makes not wet; it is of great weight, and of small. I might give it a thousand names, yet the thousand know it not. It is mean to look upon, yet to the Sage it is precious. He who solves it with the second and condenses it with the third, he has our glorious subject.”
Everything contributes to the formation of this Stone. It is conceived below the earth, born in the earth, quickened in heaven, dies in time, obtains eternal glory.
Now when you have the substance indicated (which is in part heavenly, in part earthly, and in its natural state a mere confused chaos without certain name or colour), and know it well (for this knowledge the Sages have always accounted the principal part of this work), then you must give your whole mind to manipulating it in the proper manner. But before doing anything to it with his hands, the student should remember not to begin the preparation of this great and inscrutable arcanum before he knows well the spirit that lurks in it according to its essential qualities and properties. “With this spirit,” says a certain philosopher, “you should not meddle until you first have a full and exact knowledge of it. For God is marvellous in His works, and He is not mocked. I could give some instances of men who set about this matter with great levity and were heavily punished by meeting (some of them) with fatal accidents in their laboratories. For this work is no light thing, as many suppose, perhaps, because the Sages have called it child’s play. Those to whom God has revealed His secret may indeed find the experiment simple and easy. But do thou carefully beware of exposing thyself to great danger by unseasonable carelessness. Rather begin thy work with reverent fear and awe and with earnest prayer, and then thou wilt be in little danger.”
Now when you have exercised yourself with exceeding diligence in the oratory, the matter being ready to your hand, go into the laboratory, take the substance indicated, and set to work in the following manner.
Above all things you must let it be your first object to solve this substance (or first Entity, which the Sages have also called the highest natural good). Then it must be purged of its watery and earthy nature (for at first it appears an earthy, heavy, thick, slimy, and misty body), and all that is thick, nebulous. opaque, and dark in it must be removed, that thus, by a final sublimation, the heart and inner soul contained in it may be separated and reduced to a precious essence.
All this can be accomplished with our Pontic and Catholic water, which in its refluent course irrigates and fertilizes the whole earth, and is sweet, beautiful, clear, limpid, and brighter than gold, silver, carbuncles, or diamonds. This blessed water is enclosed and contained in our Matter.
Then the extracted Heart, Soul, and Spirit must once more be distilled and condensed into one by their own proper salt (which in the interior of the substance is first of a blood red colour, but then becomes of a bright, clear, and transparent white, and is called by the Sages the Salt of Wisdom). You have thus first, by what is called the anterior process, separated the pure from the impure, and first rendered the visible invisible, then, again, the invisible visible or palpable (but yet no longer so gross and shapeless as it was at first), and it is now a bright body with a pleasant, penetrating smell, and withal so subtle and ethereal that if it were not fixed it would evaporate and vanish away. For this reason the Sages call it mercurial water, or water of the sun, or mercury of the sun, or mercury of the wise. But so long as it remains in the aforesaid form it would, if used as a medicine, produce no good effect, but rather act as a poison. If, therefore, you wish to enjoy its glorious virtue, and manifold power, you must subject it to some further chemical processes.
For this purpose you must diligently observe the working of Nature (extending over a considerable period of time), and strictly follow her guidance. When you have this knowledge, you should take two parts of the aforesaid prepared aqueous matter, and again three different parts. The first two pads you should keep; but to the three parts add another matter, viz., the most precious and divinely endowed Body of Gold, which is most intimately akin to the First Matter. Of this add one twelfth for the first fermentation; for both, the spiritual and heavenly prepared substance, and this earthly Body of Gold, must be joined together, and coagulated into one body.
But it should be noted that common gold is useless for this purpose, being unsuitable and dead. For though it has been declared by God the Omnipotent to be the most precious and beautiful of metals, yet so long as it lay hid in the mine its perfect growth and development was hindered. Daily use, moreover, blunts its indwelling powers, namely, sulphur, or its soul, and it is continually becoming mingled and defiled with other things that are foreign to its nature. Hence it becomes daily more and more unfit to be the subject of art. You must. therefore, seek to obtain gold which has a pure, living spirit, and of which the sulphur is not yet weakened and sophisticated, but is pure and clear (by passing through antimony, or by the heaven and sphere of Satum, and being purged of all its defilement): otherwise the first substance, being spiritual and ethereal, will not combine with it. For this Magistery deals only with pure bodies, and suffers no unclean thing near, on, Or around it.
Now when these unequal parts of the water and gold (differing not only in quality, but also in quantity, for the first is, after its preparation, ethereal, thin, subtle, and soft, while the other is very heavy, firm and hard) have been combined in a solutory alembic, and reduced to a dry liquid or amalgam, they should be left six or
seven days exposed to gentle heal of at least a tepid character. Then take one part of the three pans of water, and pour it into a round, oval glass phial, similar to an egg in shape: put the tempered liquid in the midst thereof, and leave it once more for six or seven days; the Body of the Sun will then be gradually dissolved by the water. Thereupon both will begin to combine, and one will mingle with the other as gently and insensibly as ice with warm water. This union the Sages have shadowed out in various ways, and likened it, for instance, to the wedlock of a bride and bridegroom (as in the Song of Solomon). When this is done, add the third part (which you have kept) to the rest, but not all at once, or in one day, but in seven different instalments: otherwise the Body would become too liquid, and entirely corrupted by too much moisture.
For as seed, when cast into the ground, is destroyed and rendered useless by an excess of moisture and rain, so our work cannot prosper unless the water is judiciously administered. All this being done, let the phial be carefully closed and sealed, to prevent the compound from evaporating or losing its odour; and place it in the furnace, there exposing it to a gentle, continuous, airy, vaporous. and well tempered heat, resembling the degree of warmth with which the hen hatches her eggs.
(NOTE.—The Sages have said much about vaporous fire, which they have called the lire of wisdom, which is not elementary or material, but (according to them) essential and preternatural. They also call it the Divine fire. i.e.. the water of mercury, roused into action by common fire.) Digest and heat it well, yet take care that none of it is sublimed, or, in the parabolic language of the Sages, that the wife does not rule the husband, and that the husband does not abuse his authority over the wife. 84..—if you do this. the whole will proceed normally, without any interference on your part (except that, of course, you must keep up the fire).
At first the earthly Body of the Sun is totally solved, and decomposed, and robbed of all strength (the Body, which was first of a muddy impurity, changing to a coal-black colour, called by the Sages the Raven’s Head, within the space of forty days), and is thus despoiled of its Soul. The Soul is borne upward, and the Body, being severed from the Soul, lies for some time, as if dead, at the bottom of the still, like ashes. But if the fire is increased, and well tempered, the Soul gradually descends again in drops, and saturates and moistens its Body, and so prevents it from being completely burned and consumed.
Then, again, it ascends and descends, the process being repeated seven times. The temperature you must keep at the same point from beginning to end. Haste slowly—for it is of the greatest importance that the influence of the fire should be brought to bear gently and gradually. In the meantime you will observe various chemical changes (e.g., of colour) in the distilling vessel, to which you must pay careful for the advantage of your suffering brethren. Thus I have most faithfully explained to you the whole process by which this most noble Art, and highest achievement, to wit, the Egg of the Sages, or Philosopher’s Stone, may be begun and successfully completed.
If, however, during the operation, any accidental mishap should occur, it must be seen to in time, or else the chemical process will never be brought to perfection. If you (I) observe that before the compound is solved and turns black, anything is sublimed, or evaporated, or something resembling a red oil floats on the surface of the substance (which is a bad sign): or (2) if before or after it has turned white, it turns red too suddenly; or (3) if, towards the end, it does not properly coagulate; or (4) if the substance is so strongly affected by the heat that, being taken out, it does not instantly melt on red hot iron like wax, but tinges and colours the iron, and afterwards will not remain fixed in the fire—you may regard all these indications as symptoms of a false composition and temperature, or of some kind or other of carelessness.
If these defects are not immediately seen to, they will speedily become incorrigible. A cunning adept should be acquainted with the various devices by which they may be remedied; and I will recount them here for the sake of the beginner.
If one or more of the above defects are observed, the whole compound must again be taken out of the phial, and once more solved in the aforesaid water of mercury (also called virgin’s milk, or the milk, blood, and sweat of the First Matter, or the never-failing fountain, or the water of life, which nevertheless contains the most malignant poison); with this water it must once more be moistened and saturated, and then subjected to the action of the fire, until there is no longer any sublimation or formation of gaseous vapours; or till the final coagulation has duly taken place, as described above. Of its subsequent fermentation and multiplication, and of its uses, more will be said in the third part.
Of the time required for the whole process, it is impossible to say anything very definite; and, indeed, the Sages have put forward the most conflicting opinions on this point—no doubt because some have been occupied with it longer than others. But if any man will carefully observe the working of Nature, and be guided by her teaching, and in all things hold a middle course, he will gain his object sooner than one that trusts too blindly to his own wisdom.
But I tell thee not to go beyond the middle point of the letter X either in the former or latter stage of the operation, but to take one half (V) for the time of the solution and the other half for the composition. Then, again, for the final union, the number XX should be thy guide (unless anything unforeseen should occur). Be satisfied with that space of time. On the other hand, do not try to hurry on the consummation, for one hour’s mistake may throw thee back a whole month. If thou strivest unduly to shorten the time thou wilt produce an abortion. Many persons have, through their ignorance, or self-opinionated haste, obtained a Nihilixir instead of the hoped for Elixir.
In view of the importance of this magical science, I have thought it right to lay this before the sons of knowledge, for their careful consideration.
There are seven cities, seven metals, seven days, and the number seven; seven letters, seven words in order meet, seven times, and as many places; seven herbs, seven arts, and seven stones. Divide seven by three, and thou shalt be wise. No one will then strive to precipate the half. In brief, all will proceed favourably in this number.
The importance of starting with an exact knowledge of the first or otherwise the second Matter of the Philosophical Stone has been largely dwelt upon by all writers on this subject. This Matter is found in one thing, out of which alone our Stone is prepared (although it is called by a thousand names), without any foreign admixture; and its quality, appearance, and properties have been set forth in the following manner. It is composed of three things, yet it is only one. Likewise, having been created and made of one, two, three, four, and five, it is everywhere found in one and two. They also call it the universal Magnesia, or the seed of the world, from which all natural objects take their origin. Its properties are of a singular kind; for, in addition to its marvellous nature and form, it is neither hot and dry like fire, nor cold and wet like water, nor cold and dry like earth, but a perfect preparation of all the elements. Its body is incorruptible, and is not destroyed by any of the four elements, but its properties far exceed those of the four elements, and the four qualities, like heaven and the Quintessence.
And now, my beloved Sons of Wisdom and the Doctrine, herein is the great Mystery of the Sages, in all the power and glory thereof, and the Revelation of the Spirit, concerning Whom the Paracelsus Theophrastus has these words, in his Apocalypse of Hermes: “He is the only God, and holds the whole world together; through Him alone can we be true, and truly vanquish the Elements, and, obtain the Quintessence. No eye has seen, no ear has heard, neither has it entered into the heart of any man to conceive that which is in thy. mind of this Spirit of Truth. In Him alone is truth, and through Him alone Adam and the other patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, were enabled to secure constant health, and a long life, and to provide for themselves great wealth. Through this Spirit the Seven Sages invented the Arts, and gained riches. With His aid Noah built the Ark, Solomon the Temple, and Moses the Tabernacle; through Him vessels of pure gold were borne into the Temple; through Him Solomon gained his excellent knowledge, and performed mighty deeds. He enabled Ezra to restore the Law; Miriam, sister of Moses, to exercise liberality; and the Prophets of the Old Covenant to predict the future.
He is the Sanctification and Healing of all things, the highest knowledge, the ultimate Mystery of Nature, that is to say, the Spirit of the Lord, Who fills the whole universe, and Who brooded over the waters in the beginning—without Whose secret teaching the world cannot be understood, and Whom the whole world desires on account of His power, while the Saints have sought and longed ardently to see Him from the beginning of the world. For He dwells in the seven Planets, raises the clouds, dispels the mist, gives light to all things, changes everything into gold and silver, imparts all health, abundance, and treasure, heals the leper„ cures dropsy and gout, prolongs life, comforts the sorrowful, restores health to the sick, removes all defects, and, the true healing and Medicine of all things. He gives the desired knowledge, and is the best of all sublunar things, by which Nature is strengthened, and the heart with all the members renewed, the flower of youth kept fresh, old age driven away, diseases destroyed, and the whole earth renewed. His Nature is unsearchable, His power infinite, His excellence and glory unapproachable.
“Moreover, this Spirit presides over all heavenly things, gives health, fortune, joy, peace, love, destroys every evil after its kind, puts an end to poverty and misery, renders men incapable of doing, saying, or thinking any evil, and gives to the godly temporal felicity, but to the wicked who abuse it, eternal punishment.”
And thus, in the Name of the Holy Trinity, we will, in these few words, conclude our exposition of the Great Mystery of the Most Precious Philosophical Stone.
This transformation process can be find in these Bible verses.
Genesis Revelation Heavens and land created (Gen.1:1)
Sun created (Gen 1:16)
The night established (Gen.1:5)
The seas created (Gen.1:10)
The curse announced (Gen.3:14-17)
Death enters history (Gen.3:19)
Man driven from the tree (Gen.3:24)
Sorrow and pain begin (Gen.3:17)
New heavens and land (Rev.21:1) Sun created (Gen.1:16)
No need of the sun (Rev.21:23)
No night there (Rev.21:25; Rev.22:5)
No more seas (Rev.21:1)
No more curse (Rev.22:3)
No more death (Rev.21:4)
Man restored to paradise (Rev.22:14)
No more mourning, crying or pain (Rev.21:4)