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Jung touched it he felt that he was touching something which led still further, and he did not yet know where. I think that is also partly why people have such resistance to alchemy, for it confronts us with something we cannot yet understand. But that is a good thing, for it puts one back upon oneself, and into the modest attitude of having to describe phenomena in accordance with our present knowledge. Next time I will begin with our first Greek text. 6. Alchemist and assistant kneeling by the furnace, praying for God's blessing.
They had a < previous page page_42 If you like this book, buy it! next page > < previous page page_43 next page > Page 43 whole hierarchy of initiation and the Templars became interested in the symbolism of their doctrine. These Druses, probably in Jerusalem, got into close touch with certain of the High Templars and with their so-called pagan practices, for which they were later persecuted. The Druses became infected by such sources, as well as by the pagan leanings of Frederic II, the Stauffer, at whose court in Sicily were Jewish and Islamic astrologers and mathematicians and prophets, to the great annoyance of the Pope.
He was in a great hurry for this to happen, but I did not submit to him. I resisted, for I wished to ask him about the preparation of gold and silver. The kairoi plays an enormous role in another very old alchemical text where the writer Zosimos, of whom you know through Dr. Jung's comments, says that the whole of alchemy depends upon the kairos, and he even calls the alchemical operation the kairikai baphai, the kairos colouring. His theory is that chemical processes do not always happen of themselves, but only at the astrologically right moment; that is, if I am working with silver, the moon, which is the planet of silver, must be in the right position, and if I am working with copper, Venus has to be in a certain constellation, otherwise these operations in silver and copper will not work.