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Donna Matrix
04-22-2011, 04:46 AM
Hi all, just wanted to ask what people do,if annything to fix planetary energies into their tinctures,, more than the signature of the herb itself. I suppose this is under magic.

Aleilius
04-27-2011, 11:20 AM
Well, that's a widely debated subject. The closest I've been able to get to understanding this is the impression of torsion fields on matter by the spin of astrological bodies, etc. The composition of the planet you're trying to "fix" is part of the torsion impression signature.

MarkostheGnostic
05-20-2011, 07:41 PM
Hi all, just wanted to ask what people do,if annything to fix planetary energies into their tinctures,, more than the signature of the herb itself. I suppose this is under magic.

- Wait until the planet in question is visible to the eye.
- Have the planetary metal on your person or around the Operation (Note Lead egg at crease of book, on stand in pic).
- I have a large coffee table book called The Cosmos propped up on a music stand. I can open the book to display photos of the planet in question.
- Also, I have played Holtz's 'The Planets,' during an Operation - just the song named after the planet being worked with. One could also employ planetary colors. It's a matter of psychic and physical correspondences; a form of sympathetic magick, and an attempt to catalyze Synchronicities.

http://www.science.anth.org.uk/kolisko/
http://www.biodynamics.in/chrom.htm

http://forum.alchemyforums.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=526

Seth-Ra
05-20-2011, 11:39 PM
The way ive done it was by time-signautres. There are some charts i use for doing such. In essence, id find the signature of the plant/herb/fruit in question, and then go about my planetary workings via doing certain operations on certain days corresponding to that planet, or at certain times of a day, depending on which "level" i was wanting to work on in the matter - i.e. Salt, Sulphur or Mercury level - respectively.

One of the most simplest (meaning it doesnt really require a chart - simple and easy to remember) methods would be:

Sunday - Sun

Monday - Moon

Tuesday - Mars

Wednesday - Mercury

Thursday - Jupiter

Friday - Venus

Saturday - Saturn

Then just work the matter on the corresponding days - when the works of that day are done, let it incubate until the next planet's day you wish to infuse it with comes around. For instance, when i work with roses, i did a work corresponding them to Venus - so i only worked with them on Friday - then let the tincture incubate and mature until the next Friday. Multiple ways to implement it though and there is also planetary seasons to think about - such things as the zodiac and such, again there are a lot of ways to work it. :)

hope that helps.



~Seth-Ra

MarkostheGnostic
05-20-2011, 11:59 PM
The way ive done it was by time-signautres. There are some charts i use for doing such. In essence, id find the signature of the plant/herb/fruit in question, and then go about my planetary workings via doing certain operations on certain days corresponding to that planet, or at certain times of a day, depending on which "level" i was wanting to work on in the matter - i.e. Salt, Sulphur or Mercury level - respectively.

One of the most simplest (meaning it doesnt really require a chart - simple and easy to remember) methods would be:

Sunday - Sun

Monday - Moon

Tuesday - Mars

Wednesday - Mercury

Thursday - Jupiter

Friday - Venus

Saturday - Saturn

Then just work the matter on the corresponding days - when the works of that day are done, let it incubate until the next planet's day you wish to infuse it with comes around. For instance, when i work with roses, i did a work corresponding them to Venus - so i only worked with them on Friday - then let the tincture incubate and mature until the next Friday. Multiple ways to implement it though and there is also planetary seasons to think about - such things as the zodiac and such, again there are a lot of ways to work it. :)

hope that helps.



~Seth-Ra

Dev put this up on 01/03/09:

http://www.alchemylab.com/planetary_charts.htm

Mark Stavish illustrates different temporal schemes in his books.

Seth-Ra
05-21-2011, 01:14 AM
Dev put this up on 01/03/09:

http://www.alchemylab.com/planetary_charts.htm

Mark Stavish illustrates different temporal schemes in his books.

Ah, youre correct. I wasnt aware of that or id have just linked it also. Yeah those are the same charts in one of my books, tis what ive used along with intuition. (the intuition typically trumping charts with me though. lol)
:)


~Seth-Ra

Donna Matrix
08-22-2011, 08:44 PM
Thanks guys. I use the planetary day/hour things already. I also tape the symbols of the planets to my incubating tinctures. This is more in line with Emoto. If it can work on water, why not ethyl alcohol, also a psychically impressive substance. I draw the symbol in the qabbalistically appropriate color. I also do meditations on my wine distillations. It is very sensitive when in a vapor state. I really get into some ecstatic states during my distillations. I wonder if that has anything to do with the mercury.

I know most people have to work, so it wouldn't necessarily be convenient, but I have started doing my daily meditations during the planetray hours at 2pm. This works really well. When I am more proficient in my qabbala work, i will use sound during my distillaations.

Awani
08-22-2011, 08:59 PM
Don't forget that the seven day week is an invention so even though Monday is the day of the Moon, thousands of years ago it was just a day. It all depends on what calendar one is following I guess. MarkostheGnostic point about using astronomy is IMO probably more efficient as it is not tied to a specific day, but what is actually going on up there in the universe.

Also see this thread: http://forum.alchemyforums.com/showthread.php?581-Herbs-Stars-by-Frater-Albertus

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