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The Hieroglyphic Monad John Dee

The Hieroglyphic Monad John Dee

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Published by: Meckanic on Nov 17, 2007
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Although the semicircle of the Moon is placed
above the circle of the Sun and would appear to be
superior, nevertheless we know that the Sun is ruler
and King. We see that the Moon in her shape and her
proximity rivals the Sun with her grandeur, which is
apparent to ordinary men, yet the face, or a
semi-sphere of the Moon, always reflects the light of
the Sun. It desires so much to be impregnated with
solar rays and to be transformed into Sun that at times
it disappears completely from the skies and some days
after reappears, and we have represented her by the
figure of the Horns (Cornucopia).

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