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Author: Paracelsus, 1493-1541.
Title: Paracelsvs of the [brace] chymical transmutation, genealogy and generation [brace] of metals & minerals.: Also, of the urim and thummim of the Jews. With an appendix, of the vertues and use of an excellent water made by Dr. Trigge. The second part of the mumial treatise. Whereunto is added, philosophical and chymical experiments of that famous philosopher Raymvnd Lvlly; containing, the right and due composition of both elixirs. The admirable and perfect way of making the great stone of the philosophers, as it was truely taught in Paris, and sometimes practised in England, by the said Raymund Lully, in the time of King Edw. 3. / Translated into English by R. Turner philomathēs.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Paracelsvs of the [brace] chymical transmutation, genealogy and generation [brace] of metals & minerals.: Also, of the urim and thummim of the Jews. With an appendix, of the vertues and use of an excellent water made by Dr. Trigge. The second part of the mumial treatise. Whereunto is added, philosophical and chymical experiments of that famous philosopher Raymvnd Lvlly; containing, the right and due composition of both elixirs. The admirable and perfect way of making the great stone of the philosophers, as it was truely taught in Paris, and sometimes practised in England, by the said Raymund Lully, in the time of King Edw. 3. / Translated into English by R. Turner philomathēs.
Paracelsus, 1493-1541., Turner, Robert, fl. 1654-1665.

London: Printed for Rich: Moon at the seven Stars, and Hen: Fletcher at the three gilt Cups in Paul's Church-yard, 1657.
Subject terms:
Metals
Minerals
Urim and Thummim
Llull, Ramon, -- 1232?-1316
Trigge, Thomas
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A76996.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Worshipful and worthy Meeaenas WILLIAM BAKEHOUSE Of Swallowfield, In the County of Berks, Esq
To the Reader.
To his ingenious Friend Mr. Robert Turner, on his Translation of Paracelsus.
To his industrious Friend, M. Robert Turner, on this elaborate & profitable Treatise, and other his painful Translations.
treatise
Paracelsus OF The TRANSMUTATION OF METALS.
CHAP. I. Of the Scale of Transmutation.
CHAP. II. Of the simple Chymical Fire.
CHAP. III. Of the multiplicity of the Philosophers FIRE.
CHAP. IV. Of the visible and local Instruments: and first, of the Spagyrick Womb.
CHAP. V. Of the second Spagyrick Instrument, which is the Matrix or Philosophers Egge.
CHAP. VI. Of the Subject or Philosophical Matter in general.
CHAP. VII. Of the Preparation of the Spagyrick Mat∣ter in general.
CHAP. VIII. Of the Proportion of the Matter and Form of the Spagyrick Stone.
CHAP. IX. Of the Tinctures and Spirits of Metals: and first, of the Tincture of the Sun.
CHAP. X. Of the plain Manifestation of this Art.
Of the Genealogy and Gene∣ration of Minerals.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II. Of the first and last matter of Minerals.
Ʋrim and Thummim shewed to be made by Art, and are the same with the Universal Spirit, corporate and fixed.
An Appendix of the Vertues and Use of an excellent Es∣sential Water made and ap∣proved by Stephen Trigge, Student in Physick and A∣strology; and by him gained and experimented at Am∣sterdam, and also in London.
The SECOND PART OF The MUMIAL TREATISE OF TENTZELIƲS: Being a natural Account of The TREE of LIFE, And of The Tree of Knowledge of Good & Evil. With, A Mystical Interpretation of that great Secret, to wit, The Caba∣listical Concordance of the Tree of Life & Death, of Christ & Adam.
title page
The Preface to the Reader or Worker.
table of contents
Philosophical and Chymical EXPERIMENTS OF The Famous Philosopher RAYMƲND LƲLLY.
part 1
CHAP. I. Teacheth, how to prepare the Salt for the white and red Elixir.
CHAP. II. Teacheth with this prepared Salt to make the Elixir to the white work.
CHAP. III. Of the Properties of the Salt, how it is the Key of this Science.
CHAP. IV. Teacheth, The Composition of the red Elixir.
CHAP. V. Teacheth thee to do projection with the red Elixir.
CHAP. VI. Doth teach the Composition of the Cement for the Sol.
CHAP. VII. Teacheth thee to make thy Luna deaf of sound, and heavy of weight, as Sol aforesaid.
CHAP. VIII. Teacheth thee the difference between the Elixir and the great Stone of the Philosophers.
CHAP. IX. Teacheth, That our Sol and Luna is living, and the Sol and Luna of the Mines be dead.
The true COMPOSITION OF The Great Stone OF THE PHILOSOPHERS. PART II.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II. The Elixir of life.
CHAP. III. Teacheth, to sublime Mercury to the red Elixir.
CHAP. IV. Teacheth thee to sublime Mercury to the white Elixir.
CHAP. V. Teacheth thee to prepare the white Stone upon all bodies.
CHAP. VI. Teacheth thee to make the Lutement serving to these works.
CHAP. VII. Teacheth thee understand Philosophy, as well moral as natural.
proem
To draw the Spirits out of the ponderous Body or Earth by Distillation.
In the Name of God, Amen. Upon Saturn, Philosopher of Holland.
An Abstract our of Doctor Homodlus M S. De Elixir solis Medicina universali. Of the Tincture of Gold, se∣parated from its body, and turn∣ed to a Celestial and Spiritual Nature, called a Quintessence within the Aurum Potabile.
CHAP. I. Of the Matter of the Universal Medicine.
CHAP. II. How to make the Menstruum, and how to circulate it.
Of the manner of dissolving Gold, and of separating the Tincture of it from the Body, or the form from the matter; and also of exuberating or multiply∣ing the same.
The manner how to separate the Tincture of Gold from the Quintessence vegetable, and the way to circulate the same, that it may be converted into Quintes∣sence, or Celestial Nature and Spiritual, and almost Incorrup∣tible.
The way to reduce the liquid and volatile Quintessence of Gold into a fixed Stone, and transparent like to a Rubie, with the multiplication of Celestial Vertues.