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UTjCEF. Ale. FRANCKLYU 1623. SHEETON 17C

UMi&lIEMED SULPHUR Ale. EERTiJELCyl1 18B5 give** & sigil derived from the Oraaeo-Fiyzenrlne alchemical trad.ition: ^

'jNC IA A I c. The ill ch effii ca 1 OUNCF! -SIGNA 17C ^

ClAPPEliLl 194 £ records a mecii^evfl I shurt-forn: i o £ CHNEI DhIP L962 \

UfclON Occ. Sigil given by GEHETME 17^ derived from the idea of .jnion a:: rained through the alehemical process of solve et coagulo,. though the ¿igll does appe.ir to be used for the union of oppoyif.es, as for example in thp union cf male and locale, Sun. and Moon, Jfare an J r/er>us, d-'.d ±so on, ¡J h well for the union c;f -Sulphur <3 Mercuryy so clearly indieared within the form cf rhc 3ign 1 .

UNITY rtt, Sigil given in EFRMES 1613, with ,j nu lti-layer :nejninCr for such principles a~ Mcrcuri; cf the Philosophers, the Materia Prima, and for the Mercury which is 'the ¿eginni^j, purpose and end of the iiJehesrJcal work' : k_J

□EE 15o4 intended his famous WON AD sigil ^ to represHnt U rjj'ty. CIPLOT 196? give? a jingle dot - to represent 'unityj the origin'.

DICTIONARY OF OCCL'LT, HERMETIC AND ALCHEMICAL ST OILS

UNIVERSAL MERCURY WELL IMC 173 5 proposes the sigil as p art of hii theory Of griipllif: symbolismUNIVERSE Occ. KIIiClJliR 1655 YT1 See PETTY

URANUS Ast. The modern sigil is generally explained as being derived from the initial letter of aersohel , exampl^ in HONE "1951: T-

However, already WILSON I £19 calls the planet Durance, and accords It the sigil; ^H and VARLEY 1A2R, who still calls it fferschel, and ascribes it rule over the zodiacal Aquarius, gives It a related form of sigil: J"|"I The planet is still called Rexschel in certain astrological textsT As with the other so-called 'modern' planets, tbe sigil s used to denote this planet are highly personal ones, and nnore than often che result of confused thinking, or of somewhat specialist views «f th« nature of symbolism: for example, the author uses the sigil } d. which has, so far as he knows, never been published- LEO 19L says that the sigil 'symbolises the unity of tbe three symbols

( O will, "J} wisdom and activity) on a higher qrade than

Mercury, of which it is the higher octave'- Tbe following sigils are by far the most common-WILSON 1S.L9 IV]

PEARCE 1.393 W STMMONITE 1890 m

MODERN ASTROIjOGY 19 06 )j< ASTROLOCY 1917 P'

THTERENS 1931 NERUMAN 1937 i "t-

EfiERTTN 1950 X RUDHYAR 1970 V

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