Historical and Chronological Description of the Two Stones Which were Discovered in 1790 During the Rebuilding of the Main Plaza in Mexico

Aztec sunstones discovered in Mexico in 1790 were described by Antonio de Leó.

Babylonians priests developed the zodiac of twelve signs and some of the world's first horoscopes which afterwards lead to the development of astrology. The technology of Mesopotamia was so highly advanced that they divided the year into 12 months, mon

Astrolabe: An Ancient Astronomical Instrument - Iran Chamber Society: Astrology & Astronomy in Iran and Ancient Mesopotamia

Awesome plate earrings inspired by the traditional art of the ancient Aztec civilization. Made of high quality jewelry brass. by Culture Cross #GoldEarrings

SYMBOLISM. Alchemy

"Truth, like gold, is to be obtained not by its growth, but by washing away from it all that is not gold." - Leo Tolstoy Alchemy / Sacred Geometry www.

- Century- medieval view of the Earth from sky, notice the partial Celtic Cross, sometimes remembered as the ancient "world serpent.

February Book of Hours Duc de Berry Limbourgh Brothers

Limbourg brothers : Les Tres Riches heures du duc de Berry: Février (also known as February) (Musée Condé - Chantilly (France - Chantilly)) 1385 リンブルク兄弟

La Luna Athanasius Kircher, Ars Magna Lucis et Umbrae (Rome: Scheus, 'The Selenic Shadowdial or the Process of the Lunation'.

Usually buried in a building's foundation, magic bowls were designed to protect a house and its inhabitants from demons and evildoers. From Mesopotamia.

Sunray... literally this puts a smile on my face... of course i am listening to the "Buthole Surfers too!" at the same time.. Go figure:)

Just look at this amazing Large Grin with Metal Sun Ray from artists Chris & Karen Montgomery of Elizabeth Kei

the-rx: “ “This work helps chart, with numerous volvelles, the movements of the heavenly bodies by the methods of Regiomontanus. Published soon after the papal bull of 1586 forbidding astrology, Gallucci nonetheless asserts the importance of the.

Johann Baptista Großchedel - The Magical Calendar (A Synthesis of Magical Symbolism from the Seventeenth-Century Renaissance of Medieval Occultism), The Magical Calendar is an ancient masterpiece in Western Hermeticism showing the secret.

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