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The First Rotation of Hermetic Philosophy

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The First Rotation.

The image is the Microcosmic Man. The Athanor. The First Rotation is the understanding of the Microcosm and it's creation and involution/first evolution. Without a theoretical basis, everything is lost.

I mean this literally. I've thrown out quite a few 'interesting but improbable' substances in the lab which, looking back on now, would have been quite useful in Particular Works. Why? Because I didn't know what I was doing. I didn't have a sound theory to work off of. I had my light but it was dim, and the night was quite dark (I like metaphors ); I couldn't see where to place my next steps.

That the Triangle in the form of Spiritus, Anima, Corpus is pointed down is significant. If Genesis is to sustain itself, and Creation desirous of maintaining itself, the Fixed Point must move towards a Fixed position. It must cook itself to become more 'Sulphurous'. This is also why Saturn takes the lowest point on the Septagram.

"Visita Interiora Terrae Rectificando Invenies Occultum Lapidem"
To Visit the Interior of the Earth is to reflect on the Microcosmic Man. to Rectify is to relate this to the Macrocosm and to the Alchemical Art. To Find the Hidden Stone...

After a very insightful Truffles Ceremony, I have been able to resolve a lot of 'dead ends' and 'misconceptions' in regards to theoretical and practical Alchemy. The whole experience reflected Genesis and the subsequent Alchemical Processes towards Fixation of Thoughts and Ideas into creative, emotional and metaPhysical energy.

But, enough with the First Rotation for now; it will come back around. Onto the Second

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