Hieroglyphic Monad 1946

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Kessinger Publishing, Feb 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 84 pages
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Translated into English for the first time, this book was written by the Elizabethan magus, Dr. John Dee in 1564. He explains his discovery of the monas, or unity underlying the universe, as seen in a hieroglyph or symbol. The monad is representative of the alchemic process and goal of the magus, who in partaking of the divine, achieves that gnostic regenerative experience of becoming God and thus furthering the redemption and transmutation of the worlds.

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User Review  - Daniel Rekshan - Goodreads

This little book is central to Dr. John Dee's work, but it remains unintelligible to me. He presents his exegesis of a glyph he created from astrology and alchemy. This glyph is the hieroglyphic monad ... Read full review

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User Review  - Trebha Cooper - Goodreads

Essential in the understanding of how latitude and longitude were set out and in the inner workings of the Psyche.... Read full review

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