5 edition of golden fleece and alchemy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 119-122) and index.
|Series||SUNY series in Western esoteric traditions|
|LC Classifications||BL820.A8 F3513 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||140|
|ISBN 10||0791414094, 0791414108|
|LC Control Number||92005770|
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Jason returns with the Golden Fleece, shown on an Apulian red-figure calyx krater, ca. – BCE. In Greek mythology, the Golden Fleece (Greekk: χρυσόμαλλον δέρας chrysómallon déras; Georgian: ოქროს საწმისი, Oqros Satsmisi) is the fleece of the gold-hair winged ram, which was held in figures in the tale of the hero Jason and his band of. Evidence of an alchemical interpretation of Jason and the Golden Fleece can be found as early as the writings of John of Antioch (seventh century). The alchemical ties to this (and other) myths continued through to Renaissance alchemists, notably in the fifteenth century alchemical book Aureum vellus (Golden Fleece) attributed to Solomon Trismosin.
The item The golden fleece and alchemy, Antoine Faivre., (electronic resource) represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or . The flying ram with the Golden Fleece was the savior of Phrixus, and a sacrifice to Zeus himself. Its fleece was a coveted treasure that symbolized kingship and authority; it was like a magical book of alchemy and many more things, but to Jason it symbolized the fulfillment of his quest and all his dreams.
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This book traces the Golden Fleece myth from late paganism through medieval and Renaissance alchemical and masonic interpretations. We follow the changing fashions in the history of initiation as well as in mythology.
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the Argonauts and the voyage of the Golden Fleece in our history, the author demonstrates this myth to be a basic archetype of Western culture. The book is continually interesting to read.". Christopher Barnford, Lindisfarne Press This book traces the Golden Fleece myth from late paganism through medieval and Renaissance alchemical and.
This book traces the Golden fleece and alchemy book Fleece myth from late paganism through medieval and Renaissance alchemical and masonic interpretations.
We follow the changing fashions in the history of initiation as well as in mythology/5. The book is continually interesting to read." -- Christopher Bamford, Lindisfarne Press This book traces the Golden Fleece myth from late paganism through medieval and Renaissance alchemical and masonic interpretations.
We follow the changing fashions in the history of initiation as well as in mythology. Jason in this ingenious fable hieroglyphically represents the philosophers; Medea accurate meditations; the laborious and perilous navigation signifies manifold chymical labours; the watching dragon vomiting fire denotes salt-nitre and sulphur; and the golden fleece is the tincture or soul of sulphur, by the help of which Jason restored health.
The concept of Fleece as divine contract could be found, without elaboration, in the French Jesuit François Pomey's Pantheum mythicum, translated into English in by Andrew Tooke: It was called the Golden Fleece, because it was of a golden colour; and it was guarded by bulls that breathed fire from their nostrils, and by a vast and watchful dragon, as a sacred and divine pledge, and.
The Alchemy of Color in Medieval Manuscripts Octo –January 1, Getty Center During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, the manufacture of pigments and colored inks used for painting and writing manuscripts was part of the science of alchemy, a precursor of modern chemistry concerned with the transformation of matter.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Faivre, Antoine, Golden fleece and alchemy. Albany: State University of New York Press, © The Golden Fleece and Alchemy (SUNY series in Western Esoteric Traditions) by Faivre, Antoine and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at In Greek mythology, the Golden Fleece (Greek: Χρυσόμαλλο δέρας, Chrysómallo déras) is the fleece of the golden-woolled, winged ram, Chrysomallos, which was held in Colchis.
The fleece is a symbol of authority and kingship. It figures in the tale of the hero Jason and his crew of Argonauts, who set out on a quest for the fleece by order of King Pelias, in order to place Jason. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Faivre, Antoine, Golden fleece and alchemy.
Albany: State University of New York Press, © 2 The Golden Fleece In this book we use instrumentalization as shorthand for the use of hu-manitarian action or rhetoric as a tool to pursue political, security, military, development, economic, and other non-humanitarian goals.
Instrumen-talization is not quite the same as politicization or manipulation, though it contains elements of both. In Greek mythology, the Golden Fleece (Greek: χρυσόμαλλον δέρας chrysómallon déras) is the fleece of the gold-hair  winged ram, which was held in Colchis.  The fleece is a symbol of authority and kingship.
It figures in the tale of the hero Jason and his band of Argonauts, who set out on a quest for the fleece by order of King Pelias, in order to place Jason rightfully.
Spiritual Alchemy – Casting Light on a Secret Science. the “Mute Book,” contains a number of alchemic drawings that need to be interpreted in order to be understood. There are also cases that describe symbols in dreams.
the concept embodied by the Philosopher’s Stone was known as the Golden Fleece which led the Argonauts to face Author: Valdar. The Golden Fleece. Salomon Trismosin was an adept and teacher of Paracelsus.
He also wrote Splendor Solis, a well-known text with 22 color plates. Trismosin was born in Germany in the 15th century. His Golden Fleece was almost as popular as The Hieroglyphics and Testament of Nicolas Flamel. Descriptions of various enigmatic figures are included.
That book, however, offered a bizarre claim that tried to link Oak Island to the legend of the Golden Fleece and therefore to alchemy (which is, of course, the secret art of the Watchers—as Zosmius of Panoplis maintained). To set this up, Sora is describing a conspiracy theory spun by David Tobias, the owner of Oak Island in s.
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In the book, Hager claimed that the Golden Fleece was actually Chinese silk, the first seen by the Greeks. The warrant for this is Roman use of “fleece” as a metaphorical word for silk, as Virgil does in Georgicsand the Fleece was suspended from a tree, just as silkworms make their cocoons in .Recent Arrivals in Alchemy.
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() Alchemy and Chemistry in the Seventeenth Century.The golden fleece was presented in Greek Mythology it has many meanings: It could represent Royal Power, a book of Alchemy, a technique of writing in gold on a parchment, Rain clouds, a Fabric woven from Sea Silk, Research on it gave many differe.