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The Philosopher’s Stone in the Gospels and in Alchemy


Exercise the power of the mind over matter

Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov has often said that by studying the Gospels, he travelled through the spiritual regions that also resided in him, thus gaining access to a kind of cosmic "library", the "great book of Nature". Here again, commenting on certain parables, he enlightens us on the many tools at our disposal to transform us through processes of spiritual alchemy.

I – On the interpretation of the Scriptures
1 – ‘The letter kills, but the Spirit gives life’
2 – The word of God
II – ‘It is not what goes into the mouth that defiles a person…’
III – ‘You are the salt of the earth’
1 – Marking matter with the seal of the spirit
2 – The source of energy
IV – ‘But if the salt loses its flavour…’
V – Tasting the flavour of the salt: divine love
VI – ‘You are the light of the world’
VII – The alchemists’ salt
VIII – ‘And as all things are one and come from the One’
IX – The work of the alchemist: 3 over 4
X – The philosopher’s stone, fruit of a mystic union
XI – The regeneration of matter: the cross and the crucible
XII – The May dew
XIII – The growth of the divine seed
XIV – The gold of true knowledge: the alchemist and the gold prospector
Biblical References