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A pharmacist and his assistant pound herbs and roots for medical use. From "Tacuinum Sanitatis", a medical codex, written and illuminated for the Cerruti Family, probably from Verona (end 14th)

Femme donnant à manger à ses poules Ibn Butlân, Tacuinum sanitatis Rhénanie, 3e quart du XVe siècle Paris, BNF, département des Manuscrits, Latin 9333, fol. 63

Melusine – the Alchemical Siren or a typical illustration of a twin-tailed siren or mermaid. This creature is associated with numerous stories and legends, and is imbued with symbolic meaning in alchemy. The most common iteration of the siren is as Melusine, a creature from medieval legend. Melusine (sometimes, Melusina) was, according to legend, beautiful woman with a disturbing tendency to transform into a serpent from the waist down while bathing...

"She was known to have studied magic while she was being brought up in the nunnery..." (Morgan le Fay) Artwork by W. H. Margetson. From: Legends of King Arthur and His Knights (P.104) - 1914

Full ascension of kundalini through the crown chakra where all spiritual glands will be activated as our Holy Spirit descends into the body breaking the seven seals over our chakras. ~www.raiseyourvibration.com

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Inspirational Dog Portrait Photographs

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Boethius’ Rota Fortuna or wheel of fortune casting a shadow over a dog; engraving emblematic of the black plague, ca. 1650. Sacred Geometry