Three Books of Occult Philosophy by Cornelius Agrippa Three Books of Occult Philosophy by Cornelius Agrippa

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In Plants also, the roots resemble the Earth, by reason of their thickness: These arguments were common amongst other hermetic philosophers at the time and before. No Hearb [herb], nor Plant whatsoever, without the moistening of Water can branch forth. Three Books of Occult Philosophy De Occulta Philosophia libri III is Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa 's study of occult philosophy, acknowledged as a significant contribution to the Renaissance philosophical discussion concerning the powers of ritual magicand its relationship with religion.

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Of the wonderfull Natures of Water, Aire, and Winds. I cannot deny but in this his work there is much superstition, and vanity. The signs on the perimeter represent the 5 visible planets in astrology.

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Wherefore now I pray thee, Curteous [courteous] Reader, again, weigh not these things according to the present time of setting them forth, but pardon my curious youth, if thou shalt findd any thing in them that may displease thee. So that little Fish called Echeneis doth so curb the violence of the Winds, and appease the rage of the Sea, that, let the Tempests be never so imperious, and raging, the Sails also bearing a full Gale, it doth notwithstanding by its meer touch stay the Ships, and makes them stand still, that by no means they can be moved.

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Of these two Ovid sings thus: By night unwholesome, wholesome by day-light. Of the naturall vertues of things, some are Elementary, as to heat, to cool, to moisten, to dry; and they are called operations, or first qualities, and the second act: Be ready to read, be ready to study, and be ready to change when working with this book.

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The edition is the first complete edition. The work was first published in part in Paris in Now being thoughtfull, and looking about in my study to see what present I should bestow upon such an Illustrious Prince, behold! Of the second Order are Elements that are compounded, changeable, and impure, yet such as may by art be reduced to their pure simplicity, whose vertue, when they are thus reduced to their simplicity, doth above all things perfect all occult, and common operations of nature:

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