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    Writings of Franz Hartmann

    I have high regards for this sage and I consider his writings as the gold standard of what the writings of sages ought to be. Instead of the usual crap you read, he writes about the truth in a simple manner with full of love.

    Here are the books

    1. With the Adepts: An Adventure Among the Rosicrucians
    2. Magic, White and Black
    3. In the Pronaos of the Temple of Wisdom
    4. The Life of Paracelsus And the Substance of His Teachings
    5. The Life And Doctrines of Jacob Boehme the God-taught Philosopher
    6. The Life of Jehoshua the Prophet of Nazareth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Illen A. Cluf View Post
    Fulcanelli said that the subject matter was the vessel:

    "Our two vases appear well defined, clearly marked and in absolute agreement with the precepts of hermetic theory. One is the vase of nature made of the same red clay God used to form the body of Adam with. The other is the case of the art, whose entire material is composed of pure, clear, red, incombustible, fixed, and diaphanous gold, of an incomparable brightness. And these are our two vessels which truly represent only two distinct bodies containing the metallic spirits, the only agents we need."
    If the reader is acquainted with the traditional manner of writing of the philosophers --- which manner we try to imitate correctly so that the Ancients can be explained through us and se we can be controlled by them, it will be easier for him to understand what the hermeticists meant by vessels. For these vessels represent not only two matters, or rather one matter in two states of its evolution, but they also symbolize our two ways based on the use of these different bodies.
    No one can make it any more plainer.

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