The Six Hermetic Keys of Eudoxus by Mary A. Atwood

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THE SIXTH KEY. The Sixth Key teaches the Multiplication of the Stone, by the reiteration of the same operation, which consists but in opening and shutting, dissolving and coagulating, imbibing and drying; whereby the.

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Since all his own works are lost, our knowledge of him is obtained from secondary sources, such as Aratus's poem on astronomy. Theodosius of Bithynia's Sphaerics may be based on a work Author: Eudoxus.

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Chapter III ~ The Six Keys of Eudoxus Chapter IV ~ The Conclusion “And this is the grand Hermetic secret, that there is a Universal Subject in nature, and that Subject is susceptible of nourishment in Man: and this is the greatest mystery, of all mysteries the most wonderful, that man should be able not only to find the Divine Nature, but to.

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The Fourth Key of the Art is the entrance to the Second Work (and a reiteration in part and development of the foregoing): it is this which reduces our Water into Earth; there is but this only Water in.

Life. His name Eudoxus means "honored" or "of good repute" (εὔδοξος, from eu "good" and doxa "opinion, belief, fame").It is analogous to the Latin name Benedictus. Eudoxus's father Aeschines of Cnidus loved to watch stars at night.

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