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theseventh-prayer: Joseph Uccello, Ouroboros of Life and Death. / Sacred Geometry ♥

The symbol invented by John Dee, Queen Elizabeth’s court astrologer, to represent the reformation of the world. An inspiration to the Rosicrucians, it was often seen in their books, was the emblem painted on the boxes of alchemical supplies imported by the son of the founder of Massachusetts Bay Colony.

Tree of dark and light from Valentine Weigel Studium Universale, 1695. / Sacred Geometry ♥

Hermaphroditisches Sonn und Monds... / ouroboros / Sacred Geometry ♥

The Lindorm Dragon, an Alchemy artwork from the alchemical scrolls of Sir George Ripley, 15th century. / Sacred Geometry ♥

Tantra Manuscript A Basohli painting collected in Rawson's The Art of Tantra. A Pair of Snakes. A ca. 1700 caduceus. / Sacred Geometry ♥

Alchemy illustration from the Pneumo-Cosmic Manuscript, 18th century

Alchemy illustration from the Pneumo-Cosmic Manuscript, 18th century

Book of Shadows: Byrhtferth’s Diagram - a visual meditation on the cosmic and religious resonances of computus, its subject the harmony of the twelve months and four elements, of time and the material world.

The Sigillum Dei Aemeth, or Seal of the Truth of God, is most widely known through the writings and artifacts of John Dee, a 16th century occultist and astrologer in the court of Elizabeth I. Dee inscribed the sigil on circular wax tablets. He would commune via a medium and a "shew-stone" with the angels, and the tablets were used in preparing the ritual space for such communication.

Dmitriy Artischev / Sacred Geometry ♥

Dmitriy Artischev / Sacred Geometry ♥

Georg von Welling. Opus mago-cabalisticum et theologicum : vom Uhrsprung und Erzeugung des Saltzes, dessen Natur und Eigenschafft, wie auch dessen Nutz und Gebrauch … (1719) / Sacred Geometry ♥