Scorpio Separation or Putrefaction The philosophic death; an artificial decay by which the spiritual and material elements are separated from each other. Sagittarius The burning away of dross; the soul fire comsumes the external body. Capricorn Fermentation The conversion of organic susbtance into new compounds by a ferment; the building of the Golden Man. Aquarius The process of increasing; adeptship.
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This late 18th century alchemical allegory has been associated with the Comte de Saint-Germain and also with Cagliostro. Many theories have been advanced about its meaning. Perhaps because of this it has been much neglected in recent times. Adam McLean has now devised this study course to allow the work to speak its message clearly.
For the first time this work is explained line by line, section by section, idea by idea. This course will be entirely based on understanding the structure of the allegory and the text itself. McLean does not resort to mystification, supposed secret teachings, or trying to explain this work through the filter of modern esotericism, nor by appealing to external and later sources, but instead focuses on what is contained in the text itself.
The course is entirely self contained, and though not designed for beginners, does not assume any particular previous study of alchemical material. It provides for the first time a detailed explanation of this alchemical allegory.
The text has been translated anew from the original French. If you have any questions before you purchase this course please email Adam McLean adam alchemywebsite. It is available in paperback and hardback editions. Payment can be made by Paypal or Credit Card. Price varies day to day with currency fluctuations.
The Most Holy Trinosophia - Comte De St. Germain
Contents[ edit ] In a self-published translation featuring parallel French and English texts, Manly P. The work is of no great length, consisting of ninety-six leaves written upon one side only. The calligraphy is excellent. Although somewhat irregular in spelling and accenting, the French is scholarly and dramatic, and the text is embellished with numerous figures, well drawn and brilliantly colored. In addition to the full-page drawings there are small symbols at the beginning and end of each of the sections. Throughout the French text there are scattered letters, words, and phrases in several ancient languages.
The Most Holy Trinosophia