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44. Sir George Ripley. Sir George Ripley, an eminent alchemistic philosopher of the fifteenth century, entered upon a monastic life when a youth, becoming one of the canons regular of Bridlington. After some travels he returned to England and obtaining leave from the Pope to live in solitude, he devoted himself to the study of the Hermetic Art. His chief work is The Compound of Alchymie . . conteining twelve Gates, which was written in 1471. com 46 ALCHEMY Exaltation, Multiplication, and Projection.
Thence proceed wonderful adaptations which are produced in this way. • 12. Therefore am I called Hermes Trismegistus, possessing the three parts of the philosophy of the whole world. • 13. That which I had to say concerning the operation of the Sun is completed. • These sentences clearly teach the doctrine of the alchemistic essence or "One Thing," which is everywhere present, penetrating even solids (this we should Page 42 note is true of the ether of space), and out of which all things of the physical world are made by adaptation or modification.
Ii. p. 151). 7. See The Golden Tract concerning the Stone of the Philosophers (The Hermetic Museum, vol. i. p. 17). 8. , Concerning Sulphur (see The Hermetic Museum, vol. ii. pp. 142-143). 9. ALEXANDER VON SUCHTEN: Man, the best and most perfect of God's creatures. A more complete Exposition of this Medical Foundation for the less Experienced Student. (See BENEDICTUS FIGULUS: A Golden and Blessed Casket of Nature's Marvels, translated by A. E. Waite, 1893, pp. ) 10. THOMAS NORTON: Ordinall of Alchemy (see Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum, edited by Elias Ashmole, 1652, p.