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 provides a compendium of fabrics that supply a superb advent to crucial facets of Alchemy.
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The Cipher of the Stone The most powerful cipher in all of alchemy is a rather odd-looking glyph that looks like a little stick man. It is a symbol of the Philosopher’s Stone, and it is said to incorporate some of the powers of the Stone whenever it is drawn. In other words, the cipher is said to carry its own spirit or intelligence, which is evoked every time it is written down or constructed. The name of the cipher is the “Hieroglyphic Monad,” and it was created by British Rosicrucian Dr. John Dee.
He was thus expelled and continued his journey and studies. He was maligned not only during his own time but for centuries or until comparatively recently, principally in the histories of his own profession. It is only in the last few years, comparatively speaking, that his profession has not only vindicated him but highly eulogized him and also printed some of his heretofore unpublished manuscripts. , FRC Dennis William Hauck is the Project Curator of the new Alchemy Museum, to be built at Rosicrucian Park in San Jose, California.
The Stone was also used in the preparation of the Grand Elixir and aurum potabile (“drinkable gold”), remedies that would regenerate the human body. In addition, it was used to restore a plant or animal from its ashes in a process called palingenesis (“retrieval of the soul”). Because the Philosopher’s Stone carried the purified life force, it could also be used to create artificial living beings called homunculi. The idea of the Philosopher’s Stone originated with Alexandrian and Arabian alchemists and soon captured the imagination of people around the world.