Alchemy: an introduction to the symbolism and the psychology by Marie-Louise von Franz

By Marie-Louise von Franz

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Barchusen, Elementa chemiae (1718), figs. 58-61. Nat. , Paris. 253 77. Alchemical Pelican. Rhenanus, Solis e puteo (1613). 257 78. Symbol of Alchemy. Eleazar, Uraltes chymisches Werk (1760), Part II, no. 9. , Yale Univ. Lib. 259 79. Alchemical Furnace. Geber, De alchimia (1529), frontispiece. G. Jung Coll. 265 80. Alchemist enclosed in Nigredo. Jamsthaler, Viatorium spagyricum (1625), p. 118. G. Jung Coll. 267 81. The Annunciation. Mathis Nithart (died 1528). Isenheim Altar, Kolmar. (Quote from unpublished Seminar Notes, 1925) 269 82.

Waite (ed. ), The Hermetic Museum Restored and Enlarged, I, p. 295. 117 34. Cupid, Venus, and the Passions of Love. Bronzino, 1550-1555. Nat. Gallery, London. 119 35. Tree Spirit. Colour and pen and ink drawing by Margaret Jacoby (1977). Daryl Sharp Coll. 122 36. Winged and Wingless Birds and Just and Unjust Suns. Detail of Illustration 31. 124 37. Loon and Fish. Colour print by Jackson Beardy, Ojibway Indian (1973). C. 127 38. Transformation of Mercurius. Barchusen, Elementa chemiae (1718), fig.

That is a beautiful sight, but one must not get too near, and it is impossible to relate to it. You can only look at it, but it is something which you will never forget. Emotionally it does something to one, but it would need a poet to describe it. That would correspond to the manifestations of the archetype as natural phenomena. Nature has a numinous and divine aspect as experienced by the human being, which explains why the human image of God has both aspects. In most religions there are personifications of God in both forms.

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