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“If there were a god of New York, it would be the Greek's Hermes, the Roman's Mercury. He embodies New York qualities: the quick exchange, the fastness of language and style, craftiness, the mixing of people and crossing of borders, and of course, imagination.”  ― James Hillman

“If there were a god of New York, it would be the Greek's Hermes, the Roman's Mercury. He embodies New York qualities: the quick exchange, the fastness of language and style, craftiness, the mixing of people and crossing of borders, and of course, imagination.” ― James Hillman

*ALQUIMIA VERDADERA: Representación del REBIS alquímico, o sea, de las 2 Substancias, Azufre y Mercurio, casadas y 100% unidas en la Tierra, que se están volviendo UNA SOLA, el Rebis. Este casamiento es obligatorio en al Alquimia Verdadera. Con tiempo y esfuerzo, el alquimista las convertirá en la divina Piedra Filosofal. El Azufre es el SOL. El Mercurio es la LUNA. El Rebis es la Unión avanzada de ellos dos, en al Tierra, donde deben Morir. AV

*ALQUIMIA VERDADERA: Representación del REBIS alquímico, o sea, de las 2 Substancias, Azufre y Mercurio, casadas y 100% unidas en la Tierra, que se están volviendo UNA SOLA, el Rebis. Este casamiento es obligatorio en al Alquimia Verdadera. Con tiempo y esfuerzo, el alquimista las convertirá en la divina Piedra Filosofal. El Azufre es el SOL. El Mercurio es la LUNA. El Rebis es la Unión avanzada de ellos dos, en al Tierra, donde deben Morir. AV

The CADUCEUS, universal medical symbol. It is also the staff of HERMES and (Tut/thot)moses. This symbol represents the awakened KUNDALINI also known as the DIVINE SERPENT or NAGA. / Sacred Geometry <3

The CADUCEUS, universal medical symbol. It is also the staff of HERMES and (Tut/thot)moses. This symbol represents the awakened KUNDALINI also known as the DIVINE SERPENT or NAGA. / Sacred Geometry <3

Hermes, after a painting by W. B. Richmond.  From The magazine of art vol. 9, London, Paris, New York, Melbourne, 1886.  (Source: archive.org)  oldbookillustrations:

Hermes, after a painting by W. B. Richmond. From The magazine of art vol. 9, London, Paris, New York, Melbourne, 1886. (Source: archive.org) oldbookillustrations:

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