Al-Kimia: The Mystical Islamic Essence of the Sacred Art of Alchemy
Sophia Perennis, 2004 - 122 halaman
Al-Kimia - The Mystical Islamic Essence of the Sacred Art Of Alchemy by John Eberly presents a condensed history of Alchemy told through concise biographies of early Sufi Masters. Chapters examine occult areas of alchemical and spiritual interest such as jafr, an exegetical Qur'anic science akin to Hebrew Qabala; the Qiyamat or 'Great Resurrection', of the heretical Ismaili sect; the contrary path of the saintly Malamatiyya or 'blameworthy ones'; Hermetic color theory, and 'hidden' art history. A glossary of transliterated terms is appended that will greatly help the beginner as well as the advanced student of these subjects.
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Khalid ibn Yazid
Jabir ibn Hayyan
Abu Bakr Muhammad Zakariyya arRazi
Ismailis Sufis Malamatiyya and alKimia
Shuayb ibn alHusayn alAnsariabu Madyan
The Sacred Art
An Operation of Ancient AlKimia
Abu Madyan according al-Kimia al-Qur'an alchemical alchemist Allah angel appears Arabic association attributed become beginning believed body Book called color complete concerning considered containing creation death dervish described Dho l'Nun disciple Divine earth essence example existence famous fire God's gold hand heart Hermes highest Holy human Ibn Arabi identified Imam initiate inner intellect Islamic Ismailis Jabir Jafar knowledge known later letter light living Lord Love manifestation master material means medicine mentioned mercury Muhammad SAW Muslim mystic nature once original Path perfect Persian person philosophic practice prayer present Press produce Prophet SAW qualities Qur'an reality refers religious remain represents revelation sacred saints secret Shaykh silence soul spiritual stone Sufi Sufism sulphur symbol teacher teaching term things tradition Unity University verses