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Author: Thor., George.
Title: Cheiragogia heliana.: A manuduction to the philosopher's magical gold: out of which profound, and subtile discourse; two of the particullar tinctures, that of Saturn and Jupiter conflate; and of Jupiter single, are recommended as short and profitable works, by the restorer of it to the light. To which is added; Antron Mitras; Zoroaster's cave: or, An intellectuall echo, &c. Together with the famous Catholic epistle of John Pontanus upon the minerall fire. / By Geo. Thor. Astromagus.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Cheiragogia heliana.: A manuduction to the philosopher's magical gold: out of which profound, and subtile discourse; two of the particullar tinctures, that of Saturn and Jupiter conflate; and of Jupiter single, are recommended as short and profitable works, by the restorer of it to the light. To which is added; Antron Mitras; Zoroaster's cave: or, An intellectuall echo, &c. Together with the famous Catholic epistle of John Pontanus upon the minerall fire. / By Geo. Thor. Astromagus.
Thor., George.

London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley at the Prince's Armes in St Paul's Church-yard, 1659.
Subject terms:
Astrology
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A94291.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Students in Magic, for Astrall Secrets:
PROGRAMMA AUTHORIS.
CHEIRAGOGIA HELIANA.
ΑΝΤΡΟΝ ΜΙΤΡΑΣ. ZOROASTER'S CAVE. OR, The Philosopher's Intellectuall Echo to One another from their CELLS.
Of Mercurie and Sulphur.
The Names of the Materia to the Magical practice. Echo II.
No way but one to the Sulphur of Nature. Echo III.
The Number of the Components of the Magical Stone. ECHO. IV.
The Operations of Art in her Ministery and Attendance to Nature. ECHO. V.
The Watering of Pegasus at his own Fountain; and of his Other food out of the Ayre and Earth. ECHO. VI.
IGNIS MAGORƲM. The Philosophers Fire. ECHO VII.
The Philosophers vessel; The Cone, or Oval; The Colours of the Chao's; Transienr, and Critical. ECHO. VIII.
subpart
The Colours.
The Time to perfect the physick-work. ECHO. IX.
part
The Fermentation of The Stone. ECHO. X.
Of the nature of both, and the mutation of their substance.
The Multiplication, and Projection of the Tincture. ECHO. XI.
subpart
Projection upon Metalls,
The Virtues of the Great Elixir, or Astral medicin. ECHO XII.
The way to attain to this Sacred Science. ECHO. XIII.
JOHN PONTANUS UPON The mineral Fire; and the Great Elixir, commonly call'd The Philosophers STONE.