Alchemical Poetry A 17th Century Allegorical Alchemical Poem By Edmund Dickinson

Alchemical Poetry A 17th Century Allegorical Alchemical Poem By Edmund Dickinson Cover The worck of Dickinson. When Phoebus with his rayes bright Through the Raine takes his flight His heate is then soe nourishinge To the Earth and every other thinge That sapp and roote doth then revive By Phoebus heate attractive Drawing by branches of the vine Water mingled with Earth fine Containeinge also fier and Ayre Which liquor on Earth hath noe peere CHAOS veterum some doe it call Confused in it the Elements all Wherefore draw thou a water bright Contayneng in it the fiers might And in the residence thou shalt finde An Earth black as man of Inde Which into Luna looke thou throwe Till it be whiter then the snowe That Earth put in a glasse faire And put thereto of his water cleere But close the mouth well of the Glasse That the spirit doe not out passe A dayes space then lett them stand To be buried in could sand Then doe it in a bath of lent heate That faint water it maye out sweate So weake water thou shalt up still But fier beneath with Earth will dwell When all the fainte water is drew And fier left in the Earth belowe Then of this water put on more And do as earst thou didst before But often times thou must doe this To gett much store of fier I wisse So when thy fier is multiplied Which still belowe in Earth will bide Then hast thou gott a burning fire That draw forth at thy owne desier For Earth with his attractive might Keepes downe with him the fire bright First hide the fire the Earth within And afterward looke thou them twinne Thus Raymund ment when he did say Absconde ignem in intimis terrae Then set thy glass in dry fire Till the white fumes doe appeare Receive the same cloudes bright Which tourne the water greate of might This water if thou doest not knowe Some thinge thereof I will the shewe Of which Philosophers meane From bowels of the Earth updrawe By Phoebus might as earst was shewne Mercury vegetable it is without doubt That causeth Cropp and roote to sproute Ignis humidus forsooth it is The comfort of our life I wis Mercury vegetable that men of clatter That reduceth Gold to his first matter This is the key that all must done To open the bodies of Sonne and Moone Also the menstrue vegetative The metalline body that doth revive The menstrue resolutive is the thinge Which the menstruum resolved forth doth bringe Then rectifie this water of might And doe in it obryson bright Which thou that tourne to his first matter As doth Ice in warme water And so together thou must convert That never asunder they shall depart Then circulate them so thou shall To heale in man diseases all For then thou has Electrum right The first essence of the Sonne bright This is the Philosophers Sulphur vive Theire Tinctur, lead, theire Gold of life Likewise Luna thou maist reduce To serve the to an other use If thou hast grace then mayst thou finde A water of an other kinde Which faster to the metall doth cleave Ingendred in the Earth beneath Reduce him rightly into water Which of metalls is first matter Whose partes so divide thou shall Into Earth and water minerall That after they may conjoyned be To cure in metalls leprosy And for the order of true workenge In figures is satt downe every thinge To make white stone and the redd Elixir vitae to putt away dread To shew the order I meane truly For workes in Bookes disordred bee And keepe this secret I the praye As thou wilt answear it at doomes day And keepe it out of wicked hands Which in no feare of God stands And keepe it well in safety To guide thy bretheren eke and thee The key of all is heere in briefe Which erst by none was ere so reife And looke that aye thou live aright And serve the Lord in truth and Spight And dooe good deedes unto the poore So shalt thou live for ever more.

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