A library guide to The Collected Works of C. G. Jung
   Vol. 12:
Psychology and alchemy

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Introduction to the religious and psychological problems of alchemy

(1943) pp. 1-38.

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Jung, C. G. (1968). Introduction to the religious and psychological problems of alchemy (R. F. C. Hull, Trans.). In H. Read et al. (Eds.), The collected works of C. G. Jung (Vol. 12, 2nd ed.). Retrieved from http://www.proquest.com (Original work published 1943)

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Jung, C. G. (2014). Introduction to the religious and psychological problems of alchemy (R. F. C. Hull, Trans.). In H. Read et al. (Eds.), The collected works of C. G. Jung: Complete digital edition (Vol. 12, pp. 1-38). Retrieved from http://www.ebscohost.com (Original work published 1943)

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Jung, C. G. (1968). Introduction to the religious and psychological problems of alchemy (R. F. C. Hull, Trans.). In H. Read et al. (Eds.), The collected works of C. G. Jung (Vol. 12, 2nd ed., pp. 1-38). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. (Original work published 1943)


Individual dream symbolism in relation to alchemy

(1936) pp. 39-224.

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Jung, C. G. (1968). Individual dream symbolism in relation to alchemy (R. F. C. Hull, Trans.). In H. Read et al. (Eds.), The collected works of C. G. Jung (Vol. 12, 2nd ed.). Retrieved from http://www.proquest.com (Original work published 1936)

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Jung, C. G. (2014). Individual dream symbolism in relation to alchemy (R. F. C. Hull, Trans.). In H. Read et al. (Eds.), The collected works of C. G. Jung: Complete digital edition (Vol. 12, pp. 39-224). Retrieved from http://www.ebscohost.com (Original work published 1936)

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Jung, C. G. (1968). Individual dream symbolism in relation to alchemy (R. F. C. Hull, Trans.). In H. Read et al. (Eds.), The collected works of C. G. Jung (Vol. 12, 2nd ed., pp. 39-224). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. (Original work published 1936)


Religious ideas in alchemy

(1937) pp. 225-483.

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Jung, C. G. (1968). Religious ideas in alchemy (R. F. C. Hull, Trans.). In H. Read et al. (Eds.), The collected works of C. G. Jung (Vol. 12, 2nd ed.). Retrieved from http://www.proquest.com (Original work published 1937)

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Jung, C. G. (2014). Religious ideas in alchemy (R. F. C. Hull, Trans.). In H. Read et al. (Eds.), The collected works of C. G. Jung: Complete digital edition (Vol. 12, pp. 225-472). Retrieved from http://www.ebscohost.com (Original work published 1937)

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Jung, C. G. (1968). Religious ideas in alchemy (R. F. C. Hull, Trans.). In H. Read et al. (Eds.), The collected works of C. G. Jung (Vol. 12, 2nd ed., pp. 225-483). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. (Original work published 1937)


Bibliography

pp. 485-523.

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Index

pp. 526-571.

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List of Illustrations & links to related images

Jung's caption & notes on documentary sources Related image:
1 The Creator as Ruler of the threefold and fourfold universe
“Liber patris sapientiae,” Theatrum chemicum Britannicum (1652), p. 210. (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
2 A pair of alchemists
“Liber patris sapientiae,” Mutus liber (1702), p. 11. (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
3 Symbol of the alchemical work
Hermaphroditisches Sonn- und Mondskind (1752), p. 28. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
4. Representation of the symbolic process
Title-page, Béroalde de Verville, Le Tableau des riches inventions or Le Songe de Poliphile (1600) (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
5. Seven virgins being transformed
Béroalde de Verville, Le Songe de Poliphile (1600), p. 61. (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
6. A maternal figure presiding over the goddesses of fate
Thenaud, “Traité de la cabale,” MS. 5061 (16th cent.), Paris, Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal. P: Inst.
Bibliothèque nationale de France: Gallica digital library
7. The Uroboros as symbol of the sun
Horapollo, Selecta hieroglyphica (1597), p. 5, vignette. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
8. The anima mundi
Engraving by J.-T. de Bry, from Fludd, Utriusque cosmi (1617), pp. 4/5. P: Inst.
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
9. The awakening of the sleeping king
Thomas Aquinas (pseud.), “De alchimia,” Codex Vossianus 29 (16th cent.), Leiden, Univ. Bibl., fol. 78.
 
10 Melusina
Eleazar, Uraltes chymisches Werk (1760), p. 84 (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
11 Two-headed Melusina
Eleazar, Uraltes chymisches Werk (1760), p. 85 (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
12. Mermaid with mask
Eleazar, Uraltes chymisches Werk (1760), p. 98 (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
13. The “tail-eater” (Uroboros) as the prima materia
Reusner, Pandora (1588), p. 257. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
14. Jacob’s dream
Watercolour by William Blake. British Museum, P: John Freeman.
 
15. The scala lapidis
“Emblematical Figures of the Philosophers’ Stone,” MS. Add. 1316 (17th cent.), British Museum.
 
16. Mercurius tricephalus as Anthropos
Kelley, Tractatus de Lapide philosophorum (1676), p. 101.
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
17. The artifex (or Hermes) as shepherd of Aries and Taurus
Thomas Aquinas (pseud.), “De alchimia,” Codex Vossianus 29 (16th cent.), Leiden, Univ. Bibl., fol. 86.
 
18. Christ as shepherd
Mosaic, mausoleum of Galla Placidia, Ravenna (c. 424–51). P: Anderson.
Vanderbilt Divinity Library
19. The soul as guide, showing the way
Watercolour by William Blake for Dante’s Purgatorio, Canto IV. Tate Gallery.
Tate Gallery
20. The six planets united in the seventh, Mercury
Thomas Aquinas (pseud.), “De alchimia,” Codex Vossianus 29 (16th cent.), Leiden, Univ. Bibl., fol. 94a.
21. The seven gods of the planets in Hades
Mylius, Philosophia reformata (1622), p. 167, fig. 18. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
22. Mercurius in the “philosopher’s egg”
Mutus liber (1702), p. 11, detail. (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
23. The mystic vessel
“Figurarum Aegyptiorum secretarum,” MS. in author ’s coll. (18th cent.), p. 13. (C.G.J.)
Spencer Collection. The New York Public Library
24. The activities presided over by Mercurius
MS. (c. 1400), Tübingen, Universitätsbibliothek.
25. The fountain of life as fons mercurialis
Rosarium philosophorum (1550). (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
26. The Virgin Mary surrounded by her attributes
Devotional picture (17th cent.); from Prinz, Altorientalische Symbolik, p. 6. (C.G.J.)
University of Toronto - Robarts Library
27. Life-renewing influence of the conjoined sun and moon on the bath
Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Codex I, 6 inf. P: F. Busi, Milan.
28. Capture of the Leviathan
Herrad of Landsberg’s Hortus deliciarum (12th cent.); from the Keller and Straub edn., Pl. XXIV. (New York Public Library.)
Wikimedia Commons
29. Seven-petalled rose
Fludd, Summum bonum (1629), frontispiece. British Museum.
Wikimedia Commons
30. The red-and-white rose
“Ripley Scrowle,” MS. Add. 5025 (1588), British Museum, No. 1, detail.
British Library Digitised Manuscripts
31. The symbolic city as centre of the earth
Maier, Viatorium (1651), p. 57. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
32. Coniunctio solis et lunae
Trismosin, “Splendor solis,” MS. Harley 3469 (1582), British Museum.
The British Library - Digital Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts
33. Poliphilo surrounded by nymphs
Béroalde de Verville, Le Songe de Poliphile (1600), p. 9. (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
34. The nigredo standing on the rotundum
Mylius, Philosophia reformata (1622), p. 117, fig. 9. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
35. A medieval version of the “wild man”
Codex Urbanus Latinus 899 (15th cent.), Biblioteca Vaticana, fol. 85.
Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana
36. The devil as aerial spirit and ungodly intellect
Illustration by Eugène Delacroix (1799–1863) for Faust, Part I. P: Courtesy of The Heritage Club, New York.
Musée Eugène Delacroix
37. The seven-petalled flower
Boschius, Symbolographia (1702), Symbol. LCCXXIII, Class. 1. Tab. XXI. (C.G.J.)
38. Mercurius as virgo
Thomas Aquinas (pseud.), “De alchimia,” Codex Vossianus 29 (16th cent.), Leiden, Univ. Bibl., fol. 95a.
39. Shri-Yantra
Traditional, from Avalon, The Serpent Power.
Wikimedia Commons
40. Tibetan World Wheel (sidpe-korlo)
Painted banner. Private collection.
41. The Aztec “Great Calendar Stone”
National Museum, Mexico. P: Instituto Nacional de Antropologia y Historia, Mexico.
42. Mandala containing the Infant Christ carrying the Cross
Mural painting by Albertus Pictor in the church of Harkeberga, Sweden (c. 1480); from Cornell, Iconography of the Nativity of Christ, p. 53. P: Courtesy of J. Jacobi.
43. Lamaic Vajramandala
Tibetan painted banner. Formerly in the China Institute, Frankfort on the Main; destroyed in 2nd World War.
44. Mexican calendar
Engraving from Herrliberger, Heilige Ceremonien (1748), Pl. XC, No. 1. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: 18th century Swiss prints
45. Hermes as psychopomp
Gem in a Roman ring; from King, The Gnostics and Their Remains, fig. 14. (C.G.J.)
HathiTrust Digital Library
46, 47. Crowned dragon as tail-eater
Eleazar, Uraltes chymisches Werk (1760), Part II, nos. 4 and 3 facing p. 8. (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
48. The putrefactio
Stolcius de Stolcenberg, Viridarium chymicum (1624), fig. VIII. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
49. Diagram showing the four functions of consciousness
Author ’s diagram, taken from Jacobi, The Psychology of Jung, Diag. 4.
50. Baneful spirits attacking the Impregnable Castle
Fludd, Summum bonum (1629). British Museum.
Munich DigitiZation Center
51. The Lapis Sanctuary
Van Vreeswyck, De Groene Leeuw (1672), p. 123. British Museum.
52. Harpokrates on the lotus
Gnostic gem; from King, The Gnostics and Their Remains, fig. 6. (C.G.J.)
HathiTrust Digital Library
53. The tetramorph, the steed of the Church
Crucifixion in Herrad of Landsberg’s Hortus deliciarum/ (12th cent.), detail; from the Keller and Straub edn., Pl. XXXVIII. (New York Public Library.)
HathiTrust Digital Library
54. Hermaphrodite with three serpents and one serpent
Rosarium philosophorum, in Artis auriferae (1593), II, p. 359. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
55. Faust before the magic mirror
Rembrandt etching (c. 1652). Albertina, Vienna.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
56. Fountain of youth
Codex de Sphaera, in Codex Estensis Latinus 209 (15th cent.), Modena. P: Orlandini, Modena.
Wikimedia Commons
57. Imperial bath with the miraculous spring of water
Alcadini, “De balneis Puteolanis,” Codex 1474 (14th cent.), Rome, Biblioteca Angelica.
 
58. Christ as the source of fire
Stained-glass window (14th cent.) in the choir of the former monastery church at Königsfelden (Aargau), Switzerland; from copy in Jung’s house at Küsnacht.
 
59. “All things do live in the three …”
Jamsthaler, Viatorium spagyricum (1625), p. 272. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
60. Squaring of the circle to make the two sexes one whole
Maier, Scrutinium chymicum (1687), Emblema XXI, p. 61. (C.C.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
61. The pearl as symbol of Ch’ien
Chinese bronze mirror of the T’ang Period (7th to 9th cent.); from Laignel-Lavastine, Histoire générale de la médecine, I, p. 543. P: Courtesy of J. Jacobi.
 
62. Rectangular mandala with cross
Zwiefalten Abbey breviary (12th cent.), fol. 10; from Löffler, Schwäbische Buchmalerei, Pl. 20. P: Courtesy of J. Jacobi.
ARAS (requires library password)
63. Hermes
Greek vase painting (Hamilton Collection); from Lenormant and Witte, Élite des monuments céramographiques, III, Pl. LXXVIII.
HathiTrust Digital Library
64. Christ as Anthropos
Glanville, Le Propriétaire des choses (1482). P: Inst.
Bibliothèque nationale de France: Gallica digital library
65. Tetramorph standing on two wheels
Vatopedi Monastery, Mt. Athos (1213); from Gillen, Ikono-graphische Studien, p. 15. P: Courtesy of J. Jacobi.
 
66. Ammon-Ra
From Champollion, Panthéon égyptien. (New York Public Library.)
NYPL Digital Collections
67. Demon in the shape of a monkey
“Speculum humanae salvationis,” Codex Latinus 511 (14th cent.), Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale.
 
68. Thoth as cynocephalus
From tomb of Amen-her-khopshef, near Der el-Medina, Luxor (XXth dynasty, 12th cent. B.C.). Formerly in the Hahnloser Collection, Bern.
 
69. Dante and Virgil on their journey to the underworld
Illumination for the Inferno, Codex Urbanus Latinus 365 (15th cent.), Biblioteca Vaticana. P: Inst.
Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana
70. Pagan rites of transformation in the Middle Ages
Gnostic design; from Hammer-Purgstall, Mémoire sur deux coffrets gnostiques, Pl. K. (C.G.J.)
 
71. Creation of Adam from the clay of the prima materia
Schedel, Das Buch der Chroniken (1493), p. V. P: Courtesy of J. Jacobi.
Bibliothèque nationale de France: Gallica digital library
72. The “union of irreconcilables”: marriage of water and fire
After an Indian painting; from Mueller, Glauben, Wissen und Kunst der alten Hindus, Pl. II, fig. 17.
Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek (pdf file)
73. The deliverance of man from the power of the dragon
Wynandi de Stega, “Adamas colluctancium aquilarum,” Codex Palatinus Latinus 412 (15th cent.), Biblioteca Vaticana. P: Inst.
Heidelberg University: Heidelberg historic literature
74. Heaven fertilizing Earth and begetting mankind
Thenaud, “Traité de la cabale,” MS. 5061 (16th cent.), Paris, Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal.
Bibliothèque nationale de France: Gallica digital library
75. Trimurti picture
After an Indian painting; from Mueller, Glauben, Wissen und Kunst der alten Hindus, Pl. II, fig. 40.
Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek (pdf file)
76. The tortoise: an alchemical instrument
Porta, De distillationibus (1609), p. 40. P: Inst.
Herzog August Library
77. Telesphorus
Bronze figure from Roman Gaul; marble statuette from Austria; after figs. in Roscher, Lexikon, V, col. 316.
 
78. Maria Prophetissa
Maier, Symbola aureae mensae (1617), frontispiece. (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
79. King Sol with his six planet-sons
Bonus, Pretiosa margarita novella (1546). (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
80. Mercurius turning the eight-spoked wheel
“Speculum veritatis,” Codex Vaticanus Latinus 7286 (17th cent.), Biblioteca Vaticana. P: Inst.
ARAS (requires library password)
81. “Sol et eius umbra”
Maier, Scrutinium chymicum (1687), p. 133.
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
82. The Anthropos with the four elements
Sallwigt, G. A. (1719). Opus mago-cabalisticum et theologicum: Vom Uhrsprung und Erzeugung des Saltzes, dessen Natur und Eigenschafft. P: Inst.
Saxon State and University Library Dresden (SLUB)
83. Dante being led before God in the heavenly rose
Illumination for the Paradiso, Codex Urbanus Latinus 365 (15th cent.), Biblioteca Vaticana. P: Inst.
Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana
84. The fountain in the walled garden
Boschius, Symbolographia (1702), Symbol. CCLI, Class. I, Tab. XVI. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
85. The eight-petalled flower
“Recueil de figures astrologiques,” MS. Français 14770 (18th cent.). Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale.
 
86. The alchemical apparatus for distillation
Kelley, Tractatus de Lapide philosophorum (1676), p. 109. (C.G.J.)
Google books: National Library of the Czech Republic
87. The Virgin as the vas of the divine child
From a Venetian Rosario dela gloriosa vergine Maria (1524), in Inman, Ancient Pagan and Modern Christian Symbolism, p. 62.
University of Toronto - Robarts Library
88. Vision of the Holy Grail
“Roman de Lancelot du Lac,” MS. Français 116 (15th cent.), Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale. fol. 610?.
Bibliothèque nationale de France
89. The pelican nourishing its young with its own blood
Boschius, Symbolographia (1702), Symbol. LXX, Class. I, Tab. IV. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
90. The bear representing the dangerous aspect of the prima materia
Thomas Aquinas (pseud.), “De alchimia,” Codex Vossianus 29 (16th cent.), Leiden, Univ. Bibl., fol. 82.
 
91. Anima Mundi
Thurneisser zum Thurn, Quinta essentia (1574), p. 92, woodcut. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
92. The alchemical process in the zodiac
“Ripley Scrowle,” MS. Add. 5025 (1588), British Museum, No. 1, detail.
British Museum - Digitised Manuscripts
93. The Mountain of the Adepts
Michelspacher, Cabala (1654). P: Photo Archives, Marburg.
Saxon State and University Library Dresden (SLUB)
94. Etna: “gelat et ardet”
Boschius, Symbolographia (1702), Symbol. XXX, Class. II, Tab. II. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
95. Ludus puerorum
Trismosin, “Splendor solis,” MS. Harley 3469 (1582), British Museum.
British Museum - Digitised Manuscripts
96. Pygmies (helpful child-gods)
Fragments of an Egyptian mechanical toy, Cairo Museum. P: Courtesy of A. Piankoff.
 
97. The “Grand Peregrination” by ship
Maier, Viatorium (1651), p. 183. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
98. The philosophical egg
Wynandi de Stega, “Adamas colluctancium aquilarum,” Codex Palatinus Latinus 412 (15th cent.), Biblioteca Vaticana. P: Inst.
Heidelberg University: Heidelberg historic literature
99. Time-symbol of the lapis
Thomas Aquinas (pseud.), “De alchimia,” Codex Vossianus 29 (16th cent.), Leiden, Univ. Bibl., fol. 74.
 
100. Horoscope, showing the houses, zodiac, and planets
Woodcut by Erhard Schoen for the nativity calendar of Leonhard Reymann (1515); from Strauss, Der astrologische Gedanke, p. 54.
Wikimedia Commons
101. Christ in the mandorla
Mural painting, church of Saint-Jacques-des-Guérets, Loir-et-Cher, France; from Clemen, Die romanische Monumentalmalerei, fig. 195, p. 260.
Heidelberg University: Heidelberg historic literature
102. Osiris, with the four sons of Horus on the lotus
Budge, The Book of the Dead (1899), Papyrus of Hunefer, Plate 5.
Heidelberg University: Heidelberg historic literature
103. Sponsus et sponsa
Detail from Polittico con I’Incoronazione, by Stefano da Sant’Agnese (15th cent.), Venice, Accademia. P: Alinari.
 
104. God as Father and Logos creating the zodiac
Peter Lombard, “De sacramentis,” Codex Vaticanus Latinus 681 (14th cent.), Biblioteca Vaticana.
 
105. The Virgin, personifying the starry heaven
“Speculum humanae saluacionis,” Codex Palatinus Latinus 413 (15th cent.), Biblioteca Vaticana.
Heidelberg University: Heidelberg historic literature
106. “Elixir of the moon”
Codex Reginensis Latinus 1458 (17th cent.), Biblioteca Vaticana.
 
107. Virgin carrying the Saviour
“Speculum humanae saluacionis,” Codex Palatinus Latinus 413 (15th cent.), Biblioteca Vaticana.
Heidelberg University: Heidelberg historic literature
108. Maya encircled by the Uroboros
Damaged vignette from frontispiece of a collection of Brahminic sayings; from Mueller, Glauben, Wissen und Kunst der alten Hindus, Pl. I, fig. 91.
 
109. The four evangelists with their symbols and the four rivers of paradise
Miniature in an Evangeliary, Aschaffenburg, Codex 13 (13th cent.), fol. 177. P: Samhaber, Aschaffenburg.
 
110. Sand-painting of the Navajo Indians
Ethnological drawing; from Stevenson, “Ceremonial of Hasjelti Dailjis,” Pl. CXXI.
Internet Archive: Cornell University Library
111. The cauda pavonis
Boschius, Symbolographia (1702), Symbol. LXXXIV, Class. I, Tab. V. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
112. The principal symbols of alchemy
Trismosin, La Toyson d’or (1612), frontispiece. Coll. C. A. Meier, Zurich.
Internet Archive: Getty Alchemy Collection
113. Moon and sun furnaces
Mutus liber (1702), p. 14, detail. (M.C.A.O.)
 
114. The four stages of the alchemical process
Mylius, Philosophia reformata (1622), p. 96, fig. 2. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
115. The nigredo: eclipse of Mercurius senex, exhaling the spiritus and anima
Jamsthaler, Viatorium spagyricum (1625), p. 118. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
116. Crowned hermaphrodite
“Traité d’alchimie,” MS. 6577 (17th cent.), Paris, Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal.
 
117. Anthropos as anima mundi
From Albertus Magnus, Philosophia naturalis (1650). (C.G.J.)
 
118. Brother-sister pair in the “bath of life”
Theatrum chemicum Britannicum (1652), p. 350. P: Inst.
 
119. Alchemical furnace
Geber, De alchimia (1529), frontispiece. (C.G.J.)
World Digital Library: Qatar National Library
120. Mercurius in the vessel
Barchusen, Elementa chemiae (1718), fig. 75, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale.
 
121. The transformations of Mercurius in the Hermetic vessel
“Cabala mineralis,” MS. Add. 5245, British Museum, fol. 2. P: Inst.
 
122. The twelve alchemical operations in the form of the arbor philosophica
Samuel Norton, Mercurius redivivus (1630), British Museum.
 
123. Hermaphrodite
Hermaphroditisches Sonn- und Mondskind (1752), p. 16, detail. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
124. Alchemists at work
Mutus liber (1702), p. 13, detail. (M.C.A.O.)
 
125. Mercurius as the sun-moon hermaphrodite, standing on the (round) chaos
Mylius, Philosophia reformata (1622), p. 354, fig. 5. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
126. The six days of creation, culminating in the seventh day
St. Hildegarde of Bingen, “Scivias,” MS. (12th cent.); from Hildegard von Bingen: Wisse die Wege, ed. Böckeler.
WikiArt
127. The transformation of Mercurius in the fire
Barchusen, Elementa chemiae (1718), fig. 76, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale.
Internet Archive: The Getty Alchemy Collection
128. Hermes Trismegistus
Senior, Senior, De chemia, in Mangetus, Bibliotheca chemica curiosa (1702), Vol. II, facing p. 216. (M.C.A.O.) [In the original edition, Jung used the Strasbourg 1566 version of Senior ’s De chemia, now unavailable.]
Internet Archive: Getty Alchemy Collection
129. Personified spiritus escaping from the heated prima materia
Thomas Aquinas (pseud.), “De alchimia,” Codex Vossianus 29 (16th cent.), Leiden, Univ. Bibl., fol. 60a, detail.
 
130. The Mercurial serpent devouring itself in water or fire
Barchusen, Elementa chemiae (1718), figs. 58–61, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale.
 
131. Adam as prima materia, pierced by the arrow of Mercurius
“Miscellanea d’alchimia.” MS. Ashburnham 1166 (14th cent.), Florence, Biblioteca Medicea-Laurenziana. P: Inst.
 
132. The “secret” contents of the work
Mutus liber (1702), fig. 3. (M.C.A.O.)
 
133. Alchemists at work
Mutus liber (1702), p. 6. (M.C.A.O.)
 
134. Saturn, or Mercurius senex, being cooked in the bath
Trismosin, “Splendor solis,” MS. Harley 3169 (1582), British Museum.
 
135. The skull, symbol of the mortificatio of Eve
“Miscellanea d’alchimia,” MS. Ashburnham 1166 (14th cent.), Florence, Biblioteca Medicea-Laurenziana. P: Inst.
 
136. God enlightening the artifex
Barchusen, Elementa chemiae (1718), fig. 2, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale.
 
137. Alchemist in the initial nigredo state, meditating
Jamsthaler, Viatorium spagyricum (1625), p. 27. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
138. The Mercurial spirit of the prima materia, as salamander, frolicking in the fire
Maier, Scrutinium chymicum (1687), Emblema XXIX, p. 85. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
139. Hermes conjuring the winged soul out of an urn
Attic funeral lekythos, Jena; from Harrison, Themis, p. 295, fig. 78.
 
140. The artifex with his soror mystica, holding the keys to the work
Thomas Aquinas (pseud.), “De alchimia,” Codex Vossianus 29 (16th cent.), Leiden, Univ. Bibl., fol. 99.
 
141. The artifex with book and altar
Kelley, Tractatus de Lapide philosophorum (1676), p. 118.
 
142. The sequence of stages in the alchemical process
Libavius, Alchymia (1606), Commentarium, Part II, p. 55. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
143. Alchemists at work
Mutus liber (1702), p. 7, detail. (M.C.A.O.)
 
144. Artists in library and laboratory
Maier, Tripus aureus (1618), from title-page (M.C.A.O.) [In his original edition, Jung used an identical version from Musaeum hermeticum (1678).]
 
145. Laboratory and oratory
Khunrath, Amphitheatrum sapientiae (1604), Tab. III. P: Courtesy of J. Jacobi.
 
146. Mercurius as “uniting symbol”
Valentinus. “Duodecim claves,” in Musaeum hermeticum (1678), p. 396. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
147. Uroboros
Codex Marcianus (11th cent.), Venice, fol. 188v; in Berthelot, Collection des anciens alchimistes grecs, Introduction, p. 132.
 
148. Mercurius as caduceus, uniting the paired opposites
“Figurarum Aegyptiorum secretarum,” MS. (18th cent.), in author ’s coll., p. 14. (C.G.J.)
 
149. The sick king (prima materia)
“La Sagesse des anciens,” MS. (18th cent.), in author ’s coll. (C.G.J.)
 
150. The penetrating Mercurius
“Speculum veritatis,” Codex Vaticanus Latinus 7286 (17th cent.), Biblioteca Vaticana. P: Inst.
 
151. Prisoners in the underworld
Izquierdo, Praxis exercitiorum spiritualium (1695), p. 72.
 
152. Saturn eating his children
Thomas Aquinas (pseud.), “De alchimia,” Codex Vossianus 29 (16th cent.), Leiden, Univ. Bibl., fol. 73.
 
153. The artist lifting the homunculus out of the Hermetic vessel
Kelley, Tractatus de Lapide philosophorum (1676), p. 108.
 
154, 155. The king with the six planets or metals; the renewed king (filius philosophorum) worshipped by the six planets
Kelley, Tractatus de Lapide philosophorum (1676), pp. 122, 125.
 
156. The Dyad (day and night)
“Très Riches Heures du duc de Berry,” MS. 1284 (15th cent.), Chantilly, Musée Condé, fol. 14v. P: Giraudon.
 
157. Anima Mercurii
“Figurarum Aegyptiorum secretarum,” MS. (18th cent.), in author ’s coll., p. 1. (C.G.J.)
Bibliothèque nationale de France
158. The “Mill of the Host”
High altar of church at Tribsees, Pomerania (15th cent.); from Falke, Geschichte des deutschen Kunstgewerbes, facing p. 100.
 
159. The coniunctio of soul and body
“Grandes heures du duc de Berry,” MS. Latin 919 (1413), Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale.
 
160. Symbol of the art as union of water and fire
Eleazar, Uraltes chymisches Werk (1760), Part II, no. 9, facing p. 52. (M.C.A.O.)
 
161. The prima materia as Saturn devouring his children
Mutus liber (1702), p. 7, detail. (M.C.A.O.)
 
162. The unfettered opposites in chaos
Marolles, Tableaux du temple des muses (1655), British Museum.
 
163. Earth as prima materia, suckling the son of the philosophers
Mylius, Philosophia reformata (1622), p. 96, fig. 1. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
164. Mercurius, standing on the round chaos, holding the scales
“Figurarum Aegyptiorum secretarum,” MS. (18th cent.), in author ’s coll., p. 45. (C.G.J.)
 
165. “L’occasione”: Mercurius standing on the globe
Cartari, Le imagini de i dei (1581), p. 400. P: Courtesy of J. Jacobi.
 
166. The Rex marinus calling for help
Trismosin, “Splendor solis,” MS. Harley 3469 (1582), British Museum.
 
167. Allegory of the psychic union of opposites
Rosarium philosophorum (1550). (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
168. The king as prima materia, devouring his son
Lambspringk, “Figurae et emblemata,” fig. XIII, in Musaeum hermeticum (1678), p. 367. P: Inst.
 
169. The “green lion” devouring the sun
Rosarium philosophorum (1550). P: Courtesy of J. Fraser.
 
170. The night sea journey
Biblia pauperum (1471); edn. of 1906, fig. 170.
 
171. Hercules on the night sea journey in the vessel of the sun
Base of an Attic vase (5th cent. B.C.), Etruscan Museum, Vatican. P: Alinari.
 
172. Jonah emerging from the belly of the whale
“Speculum humanae salvationis,” Codex Latinus 512 (15th cent.), Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale.
 
173. The slaying of the king
Stolcius de Stolcenberg, Viridarium chymicum (1624), fig. 101. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
174. Jonah in the whale
Early Christian earthenware lamp, Marseilles Museum; from Eisler, Orpheus—the Fisher, Pl. XLVII.
 
175. The wolf as prima materia, devouring the dead king
Maier, Scrutinium chymicum (1687), Emblema XXIV. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
176. Jonah in the belly of the whale
Khludov Psalter, Codex 129, fol. 157 (Monastery of St. Nicholas, Preobrazhensk, Russia), (Byzantine, 9th cent.); from Tikkanen, Die Psalterillustration im Mittelalter, p. 24.
 
177. The Resurrection
Biblia pauperum (1471); edn. of 1906, fig. 170.
 
178. The dove (avis Hermetis) rising from the four elements
“De summa et universalis medicinae sapientiae veterum philosophorum,” MS. 974 (18th cent.), Paris, Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal, fig. 18.
 
179. The alchemical trinity
Lambspringk, “Figurae et emblemata,” fig. XV, in Musaeum hermeticum (1678), p. 371. (M.C.A.O.)
 
180. The Christian Trinity with the Holy Ghost as a winged man
Engraving (15th cent.), by the Master of the Berlin Passion; from Molsdorf, Christliche Symbolik, Pl. I.
 
181. Sun as symbol of God
Boschius, Symbolographia (1702), Symbol. CXII, Class. I, Tab. VII. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
182. Christ as the Saviour of souls
Mural painting in church of the Braunweiler monastery, Rhineland (12th cent.), P: Marburg.
 
183. Androgynous deity
Late Babylonian gem; from Lajard, “Mémoire sur une représentation figurée de la Vénus orientale androgyne,” p. 161.
 
184. The three youths in the fiery furnace
Early Christian ornament on sarcophagus from Villa Carpegna, Rome; from Ehrenstein, Das alie Testament im Bilde, p. 818.
 
185. Triad as unity; quaternity standing on the binarius
Valentinus, “Duodecim claves,” in Musaeum hermeticum (1678), p. 415. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
186. The tree of coral in the sea
From Dioscorides, “De materia medica,” MS. (16th cent.), Vienna, Nationalbibliothek, fol. 391b; in Koemstedt, Vormittelalterliche Malerei, fig. 79.
 
187. The dragon spewing forth Jason
Attic vase (5th cent, B.C.), Etruscan Museum, Vatican. P: Anderson.
 
188. The tree of the philosophers
Mylius, Philosophia reformata (1622), p. 316. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
189. Dragon with tree of the Hesperides
Boschius, Symbolographia (1702), Symbol. LVII, Class. III, Tab. IV. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
190. Mayan ritual tree with serpent
Dresden Codex, Dresden, Landesbibliothek, Pl. XXVI, detail.
 
191. Descent of the Holy Ghost in the form of cloven tongues
Munich Lectionary or Perikopenbuch, Codex Latinus 15713 (12th cent.), Munich, Staatsbibliothek, fol. 37v;. P: Marburg.
 
192. The quaternity of the cross in the zodiac
Böhme, Signatura rerum, in Amsterdam edn. (1682), frontispiece. P: Inst.
 
193. The white and the red rose as end-product of the transformation of king and queen
“Trésor des trésors,” MS. 975 (17th cent.), Paris, Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal, figs. 11, 12.
 
194. Sulphur as sun and Mercurius as moon bridging the river of “eternal water”
Barchusen, Elementa chemiae (1718), fig. 9, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale.
 
195. Creator, macrocosm, and microcosm in human form
St. Hildegarde of Bingen, “Liber divinorum operum,” Codex 1942 (12th cent.), Lucca, Biblioteca governativa. P: Inst.
 
196. The three manifestations of the Anthropos during his transformation
“Ripley Scrowle,” MS. Add. 5025 (1588), No. 2, detail, British Museum.
 
197. Christ in the midst of the four rivers of paradise
Peregrinus, “Speculum virginum,” Codex Palatinus Latinus 565 (13th cent.), Biblioteca Vaticana. P: Inst.
Heidelberg University: Heidelberg historic literature
198. Anser or cygnus Hermetis
Hermaphroditisches Sonn- und Mondskind (1752), p. 54. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
199. Hermaphrodite on the winged globe of chaos
Jamsthaler, Viatorium spagyricum (1625), p. 75. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
200. Eagle and swan as symbols of the sublimated spiritus
Mylius, Philosophia reformata (1622), p. 126, fig. 13. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
201. Sapientia as mother of the wise
Thomas Aquinas (pseud.), “De alchimia,” Codex Vossianus 29 (16th cent.), Leiden, Univ. Bibl., fol. 53, detail.
 
202. Communion table with seven fish
Christian earthenware lamp, Carthage; from Eisler, Orpheus—the Fisher, Pl. LIX.
 
203, 204. The Chnuphis serpent with seven-rayed crown
Gnostic gem and amulet; from King, The Gnostics and Their Remains, Pl. III, figs. 7 and 2.
 
205. Goddess of fate (?) as serpent with seven heads
Seal of St. Servatius, from Maastricht Cathedral; from King, The Gnostics and Their Remains, p. 119.
 
206. Helios riding a chariot with four horses
Theodore Psalter, MS. Add. 19352 (1066), British Museum.
 
207. The ascension of Elijah
Early Christian mural painting, crypt of Lucina, Rome; from Ehrenstein, Das Alte Testament im Bilde, p. 699. P: Courtesy of J. Jacobi.
 
208. Mercurius as anima mundi
“Turba philosophorum,” Codex Latinus 7171 (16th cent.), Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale. P: Inst.
 
209. The winged sphere (aurum aurae)
Balduinus, Aurum hermeticum (1675), frontispiece. (C.G.J)
 
210. “The wind hath carried it in his belly” (“Tabula smaragdina”)
Maier, Scrutinium chymicum (1687), Emblem I. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
211. The god Aër as procreator of all harmony
“Recueil des fausses décrétales,” MS. (13th cent.), Reims. P: inst.
 
212. The Trinity as tricephalus
Speculum humanae salvationis, Augsburg (1480). (New York Public Library.)
 
213. Moses striking water from the rock
Bible Moralisée, MS. 270b (13th cent.), Oxford, Bodleian Library; from Ehrenstein, Das Alte Testament im Bilde, p. 384. P: Courtesy of J. Jacobi.
 
214. Symbol of Hermetic transformation
Samuel Norton, Mercurius redivivus (1630), fig. 2. P: Inst.
 
215. The completion of the process
Mutus liber (1702), p. 15. (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
216. The artifex as priest
Frontispiece to Melchior Cibinensis, Symbolum; from Maier, Symbola aureae mensae (1617), p. 509. (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
217. The crucified serpens mercurialis
Abraham le Juif, “Livre des figures hiéroglifiques,” MS. Français 14765 (18th cent.), Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale. P: Inst.
 
218. The “bath of the philosophers”
Mylius, Philosophia reformata (1622), fig. 4, p. 224. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
219. The “Ethiopian” as the nigredo
Trismosin, “Splendor solis,” MS. Harley 3469 (1582), British Museum.
 
220. Figure of the moon
Codex Urbanus Latinus 899 (15th cent.), Biblioteca Vaticana, fol. 68. P: Inst.
Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana
221. Arbor philosophica
Samuel Norton, Catholicon physicorum (1630), British Museum.
 
222. The sea of renewal arising from virgin’s milk
Stolcius de Stolcenberg, Viridarium chymicum (1624), fig. LXXXIII. P: Courtesy of J. Jacobi./dd>
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
223. Mortificatio: Sol and Luna overcome by death after the coniunctio
Mylius, Philosophia reformata (1622), fig. 6, p. 243. P: Inst.
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
224. Transfiguration of the body portrayed as the coronation of the Virgin Mary
“Das Buch der heiligen Dreifaltigkeit,” Codex Germanicus 598 (1420), Munich, Staatsbibliothek. P: Inst./dd>
 
225. The love-potion being handed to the brother-sister pair
Maier, Scrutinium chymicum (1687), Emblema IV, p. 10. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
226. Coniunctio of opposites in the Hermetic vessel
“Trésor des trésors,” MS. 975 (17th cent.), Paris, Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal.
 
227. Coniunctio as a fantastic monstrosity
Brant, Hexastichon (1503). (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
228. The plumed king who plucks out his feathers for food
“Ripley Scrowle,” MS. Add. 5025 (1588), British Museum. P: Inst.
 
229. Eagle as symbol of the spirit ascending from the prima materia
Hermaphroditisches Sonn- und Mondskind (1752), p. 44. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
230. The peacock rising from the retort
MS. (18th cent.), in coll. Dr. C. Rusch, Appenzell. P: Inst.
 
231. Mercurius as Pandora and arbor philosophica
Reusner, Pandora (1588), p. 225. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
232. Glorification of the body portrayed as coronation of the Virgin Mary
Speculum Trinitatis, from Reusner, Pandora (1588), p. 253. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
233. Christian quaternity: Trinity and Mary (detail)
French School (1457), Basel Museum.
 
234. The Risen Christ as symbol of the filius philosophorum
Rosarium philosophorum (1550). (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
235. Alchemical quaternity
Rosarium philosophorum (1550). (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
236. Contents of the vas Hermetis
Kelley, Tractatus de Lapide philosophorum (1676), p. 114.
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
237. The artifex at work with his soror mystica
Mutus liber (1702), p. 7, detail. (M.C.A.O.)
 
238. The brazen serpent of Moses on the cross
Eleazar, Uraltes chymisches Werk (1760), Part II, no. 10, facing p. 52. (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
239. Unicorn
Amman, Ein neuw Thierbuch (1569). P: Courtesy of J. Jacobi.
Google Books: Original from the British Library
240. Stag and unicorn
Lambspringk, “Figurae et emblemata,” fig. III, in Musaeum hermeticum (1625 edn.), fig. III, p. 337. (New York Public Library.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
241. Virgin taming a unicorn
Thomas Aquinas (pseud.), “De alchimia,” Codex Vossianus 29 (16th cent.), Leiden, Univ. Bibl., fol. 87.
 
242. Slaying the unicorn in the Virgin’s lap
Initial from “Historia animalium cum picturis,” MS. Harley 4751, fol. 6V, British Museum. P: Inst.
The British Library - Digital Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts
243. Unicorn crest of the von Gachnang family
From the Zurich Roll of Arms (1340); from Merz, Die Wappenrolle von Zürich, p. 33.
 
244. The glorification of Ariosto
Drawing by Giovanni Battista Benvenuti, called Ortolano (1488–?1525); formerly in A. O. Meyer collection; from Börner, Auctions-Katalog 184 (1914), Pl. 30. P: Warburg Institute, London.
 
245. The Virgin Mary with the loving unicorn in the “enclosed garden”
Swiss tapestry (1480), Landesmuseum, Zurich; from Gysin, Gotische Bildteppiche der Schweiz, Pl. 5.
Swiss National Museum
246. Mandala with four ornamental medallions/dt>
Pavement from St. Urban’s Monastery, Lucerne, Landesmuseum, Zurich.
 
247. Virgin with unicorn
Khludov Psalter, Codex 129, fol. 93v (Monastery of St. Nicholas, Preobrazhensk, Russia), Byzantine (9th cent.); from Tikkanen, Die Psalterillustration im Mittelalter, p. 43.
Interet Archive: European Libraries Collection
248. The creation of Eve
Trésor de sapience,” MS. 5076 (15th cent.), Paris, Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal.
249. Wild unicorn
Khludov Psalter, Codex 129, fol. 93v (Monastery of St. Nicholas, Preobrazhensk, Russia), Byzantine (9th cent.); from Tikkanen, Die Psalterillustration im Mittelalter, p. 43.
 
250. Wild man riding the unicorn
Engraving from the Grösseres Kartenspiel, by the monogrammist E.S. (c. 1463); from Geisberg, Die Kupferstiche des Meisters E.S., Pl. L269.
 
252. Chastity
Les Triomphes du Pétrarche,” MS. Français 594 (16th cent.), Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale./dd>
 
253. Harpokrates encircled by the Uroboros
Gnostic gem; from King, The Gnostics and Their Remains, Pl. II, fig. 8.
 
254. The so-called sea-unicorn
Pommet, Histoire générale des drogues (1694), II, p. 78, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale.
 
255. Vishnu in his fish incarnation
Indian miniature (18th cent.), in the author ’s collection./dd>
 
256. Fabulous monster containing the massa confusa
Hermaphroditisches Sonn- und Mondskind (1752), p. 57. (C.G.J.)
 
257. The transformations of Mercurius
“Ripley Scrowle,” MS. Add. 5025 (1588), British Museum, No. 3, detail.
 
258. Unicorn and lion
From the tapestry series La Dame à la Licorne (16th cent.), Musée de Cluny, Paris. P: Bulloz.
 
259, 260. The ch’i-lin announcing the birth and death of Confucius
From a Chinese illustrated work (c. 18th cent.), Shêng Chi-t’u. School of Oriental Studies, London. P: John Freeman.
 
261. Pope with the unicorn as the symbol of the Holy Ghost
Scaliger, Explanatio imaginum (1570), p. 84, British Museum. P: John Freeman.
DFG, German Research Foundation
262. The lunar unicorn
Reverse of a medal (1447) by Antonio Pisano, British Museum.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
263. The Campion Pendant
Formerly in possession of the Campion family, Sussex, England; probably 16th cent., Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Evans, J. 1922. Magical Jewells. [Google Books]
264. Mandala of the unicorn and the tree of life
Verteuil tapestry (15th cent.), “The Hunt of the Unicorn,” Cloisters, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
265. The unicorn and his reflection
Boschius, Symbolographia (1702), Symbol. LXXXIX, Class. I, Tab. V. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
266. Double-headed eagle with crowns of Pope and Emperor
Wynandi de Stega, “Adamas colluctancium aquilarum,” Codex Palatinus Latinus 412 (15th cent.), Biblioteca Vaticana. P: Inst.
Heidelberg University: Heidelberg historic literature
267. The prima materia as the dragon, being fertilized by the Holy Ghost
“Hermes Bird,” Theatrum chemicum Britannicum (1652), p. 213 (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
268. Fermentatio, symbolic representation of the coniunctio spirituum
Rosarium philosophorum (1550). (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
269. The artifex and his soror mystica making the gesture of the secret
Mutus liber (1702), p. 14, detail. (M.C.A.O.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection
270. The phoenix as symbol of resurrection
Boschius, Symbolographia (1702), Symbol. DCVI, Class. I, Tab. XXVI. (C.G.J.)
E-rara: Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah collection


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