August 09, 2010
Fourth Picture of L'Hermetisme dans la vie de Swift et ses Voyages by Eugene Canseliet
Copyright, Fata Morgana 1983.
We see here three levels. A black one, from where three arrows comes out (maybe by the multiplication of a same technique), a layered one, and a third one containing liggle flakes or stars.
If we look closely to the Star we can see that the Sun or Sulfur is in its center, because the star is on the top of the layered level - if we analyse this in an "antimony way" this layer is seen as the Bath or Antimony. The upper level shows the Flower of Antimony, its Mercurial part. It seems the Regulus is cold, because it is like mountains, flowers of antimony are also seen once it is cooling.