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Pentacle

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Pentacle

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Pentacle

Witchcraft is considered a modern interpretation of pre-Christian traditions, though some involved claim a direct line to ancient practices. It may be practiced by individuals or members of groups. There is great diversity among individuals and groups that practice a Witchcraft religion, but many are duotheistic, worshiping both a Mother Goddess and a Horned God.

A pentacle is a kind of amulet or talisman used in traditional magical evocations and in some magical traditions such as Witchcraft, alongside other magical tools. It is often confused with the pentagram symbol, which is also widely used within the words are often used.

A pentacle is employed as a magical tool within modern forms of witchcraft, generally to summon certain energies or command spirits. It is one of the four elemental tools of witchcraft, along with the chalice, the athame and the wand, and represents the element of Earth. It is normally the centrepiece of the altar on which objects are to be consecrated or charged, and such things as amulets, charms and other tools are placed on it, as may also be the salt and water for blessing. It may also be worn around the neck, or just placed within the triangle of evocation.

A pentacle is generally a disc made of parchment, paper, metal, although it can be of other materials such as stone, clay, wood, etc, on which the symbol of a spirit or energy being evoked is drawn. Other protective symbols may also be included, and the pentacle can be decorated and personalized by the individual, according to its required purpose.

Despite the sound of the word, pentacle often had no connotation of five in the old magical texts. A pentacle could therefore be any magical talisman inscribed with any symbol or character, and a great variety of shapes and images appear in the old magical grimoires. When they do incorporate star-shaped figures, than pentagrams five-pointed.

On the other hand usually inscribed inside a circle, is also used widely today as a symbol of faith by many Witchcraft. Many people who practice Witchcraft faiths wear jewellery incorporating the pentagram symbol, the points of which are held to represent earth, air, fire, water and spirit. The Witchcraft pentagram is drawn upright, single point on top.

According to the ancient grimoires, the pentacle is of central importance in the evocation of spirits. A fairly typical evocation involves a series of conjurations of increasing potency, each involving the display of the pentacle. Once the spirit has appeared and been constrained, the pentacle is covered again, but is uncovered whenever demands are made of the spirit or when it is compelled to depart.

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Wheel Of The Year

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Wheel Of The Year

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Wheel Of The Year

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Wheel Of The Year

The Wheel of the Year is a symbol represents the 8 festivals important to many Wizards and Witches. These holidays, knows as Sabbats, follow a nature-based calendar and include four solar festivals and four seasonal festivals set in between them. Which includes four solar festivals:

  • Winter Solstice
  • Spring Equinox
  • Summer Solstice
  • Fall Equinox
  • Four seasonal festivals, celebrating or marking a significant seasonal change.

Because solstices and equinoxes are tied to exact astronomical moments, the holidays shift slightly from year-to-year. In the ancient Celtic culture, as in many of the past, time was seen as cyclical. The seasons changed, people died, but nothing was ever finally lost because everything returned again, in one way or another, in a repeating natural cycle. Although time in the modern world is usually regarded as linear, the cyclical nature of life continues to be recognized.

The wheel includes the following holy days:

  • Yule – Winter Solstice (20-25 December)
  • Imbolc – Candlemas (1-2 February)
  • Ostara – Spring Equinox (20-23 March)
  • Beltane – May Eve (30 April-1 May)
  • Litha – Summer Solstice (20-22 June)
  • Lughnasadh – Lammas (1 August)
  • Mabon – Autumn Equinox (20-23 September)
  • Samhain – Halloween – Day Of The Dead (31 October)

These eight festivals are designed to draw one’s attention to what one has gained and lost in the cyclical turn of the year. As in the ancient Egyptian civilization and others, the Celts believed that ingratitude was a “gateway sin” which then led a person into the darkness of bitterness, pride, resentment, and self-pity. By pausing to reflect upon gratitude for what one had been given in a year, as well as what one had lost but still cherished in memory, one maintained balance.

Offerings

Offerings of food, drink, various objects, etc. have been central in ritual propitiation and veneration for millennia. Practice of grains, herbs, milk, wines, incense, baked goods, minerals, etc. The exception being with ritual feasts including meat, where the inedible parts of the animal are often burned as offerings while the community eats the rest. The purpose of offering is to benefit the venerated, show gratitude, and give something back, strengthening the bonds between humans and divine and between members of a community.

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What is Magic?

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Magic

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What is Magic?

The universe is composed of two realms, the natural one and the spiritual one. The natural one is composed of all of the things we can touch, see, and measure. The spiritual one is the realm of the universal consciousness and of the soul. All of us are integral part of both realms. We are both physical beings part of the natural realm and our souls are part of the spiritual one.

Most religions believe in the concept of the soul and of gods that are part of the spiritual realm. Most of these same religions discount the presence of magic, or make it something bad or evil and forbid its practice. At the same time some of their own practices could be considered magical in concept.

Whether you are a religious person interested in magic on its own, or have magical religious inclinations, magic is the same thing. It is the use by man’s immortal soul of the spiritual energy of that realm to influence events and/or things in the natural realm. Like there are natural forces in the universe there are also spiritual ones and they can be used, if you know how, just as well as the natural ones.

My beliefs are that the spiritual realm is where the universal consciousness exists. This universal consciousness as a whole would be called God in most religions and our souls coexist with it. As we live and learn and die and go through the cycle countless times, our souls get more and more educated and finally get assimilated into the universal consciousness and become a sentient part of it. It is the ultimate goal of all souls to be part of the universal consciousness.

You do not have to be part of a certain group of human, or receive special training to benefit from magic. You do not even have to partake in my views of how the universe works. My beliefs and conclusions came after a lifetime of studies and I know for a fact that everybody can benefit from magic. This is why this website came into being, as I wanted to bring my knowledge to the outside world and make the largest amount of human beings benefit from it.

One very important thing that you have to remember is that as in the natural world, in the spiritual one you are judged only by your actions. Since the spiritual forces of magic behave exactly like the natural forces, for every action there is a reaction. For every positive thing that you accomplish with magic, the return action will be positive for you. Equally for every negative thing that you attempt to do, there will be negative repercussions for you. For that reason you will not see any spells on this site that can do harm to others, and that can coerce them into doing something they do not want to do. We will strictly not perform anything kind of spell like that as it is both damaging to you and for the spell caster.

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The Lost Bearded White Brother’s Beliefs

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Beliefs

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Beliefs

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The Lost Bearded White Brother’s Beliefs

What follows was deducted from a long life of spiritual research and it forms what my spiritual beliefs are. One does not have to have faith and believe in my view of the universe to be enriched and be a better human being from it. The important thing is to live your life according to these basic principle with no regards about my views of the universe or about what your religion is, and you will help make the world a better place.

My View Of The Universe

  • I see god as the soul of the universe, and when religions talk about a specific god they are talking about that specific incarnation of the same universal soul that can take multiple forms.
  • Our soul is immortal and part of this universal consciousness.
  • All souls are equal but different like men and women are equal but different.
  • We all have a personal relationship with god and with every soul in the universe as we are part of the same universal consciousness.
  • Our thoughts and actions describe us, and affect every soul in the universe including god and our own.
  • Our soul retains impressions of all of our actions and thoughts we do and have during our lives and carry them over into the next life.
  • Every action we have has an equal reaction. When we do good, good follows from it, and when we do wrong that too will follow.
  • This cycle of action, reaction, birth, death and rebirth is a continuum and every cycle educates our soul to reach higher planes of consciousness to become more enlightened and more at one with the universal soul.
  • Our continuous goal is to do Good in all of our lives so that one day our soul turns out to be so enlightened that it will become one with god.
  • Magic one of the basic forces of nature and is part of the universal soul.
  • Magic has yet to be understood by modern science, but has been shown to work for millenniums.
  • Magic can affect our earthly life by gently pushing events in the right direction.
  • Magic, like all of our actions should be used for good, and thus not be used to harm others or coerce them into doing something they do not want to do.
  • Like all of our actions, whatever we do with magic will come back to us.

Thus said, we should make the most of our lives in all respects and live it to the fullest, as this will benefit the next one tremendously. We should always live in the present, not in the past or the future.

My Basic Moral Principles Of Life

My basic principles of life were derived from my beliefs. As I mentioned before you do not need to follow my beliefs to live your life along my principles. The important thing is that both you and the world will be better by following them. Since all of our actions and thoughts will receive an equal or greater reaction, before doing any action we should consider all of its implications. There are no small or big actions in life, every action should be considered properly. Thus are the basic principles on which we should base our actions.

We Should

  • Respect people who deserve our respect.
  • Respect nature and all it contains.
  • Respect and value experience.
  • Have mutual respect in any relationship.
  • Have honor in all things.
  • Do the Right thing.
  • Eliminate all forms of prejudice.
  • Treat people fairly.
  • Be polite with all.
  • Be humble.
  • Have compassion.
  • Lead by virtue and example.
  • Strive to educate ourselves and daily learn new things.
  • Do everything you do well and learn to do it better.
  • Have an optimistic view of life.
  • Be non-violent.
  • Be generous to others with our time and money.
  • Work for what we get and get justly rewarded.
  • Be happy.
  • Defend the rights of other.
  • Help the less fortunate.

We Should Not

  • Discriminate.
  • Impose our will on others.
  • Get angry all the time.
  • Be greedy.
  • Lust for others and their possessions.
  • Be excessively proud of ourselves.
  • Take what is not willingly given.
  • Want more than your own share of the pie.
  • Backbite.
  • Gossip.

Every soul on this planet has the right to live well and wealthy and to have sensual pleasures, as long as it does not negatively affect others. If you can dream about doing something, you will always find a way to do it without hurting others. You need to have faith in yourself as it is the first step to success. You also need to have faith in magic for it to work properly. With these simple principles you can make a big difference in the world as every good deed makes the world better. Remember that respect and not imposing your will on others is the first step to enlightenment.

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Magic Circle

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Magic Circle

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Magic Circle

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Magic Circle

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Grounding

This is very simple. I do it by a visualization of my feet as roots that push deep into the ground. Through these roots feel the energy of the earth and its strength, how it supports you and makes you strong. Your roots should go really go deep. After a while you can do this by just directing your thoughts and energy down into the earth but the visualization helps to get started. You can do this exercise any where whether you are in contact with the earth or not.

Centering

Find a place in your navel where you feel like it is your center of being. Practise centering into different places in the trunk of your body. First imagine that you have a field of energy around you. Another thing about practice, when I say that I am a Wizard or Witch I say that I am a practicing. This means that I am always learning and teaching my self. Being is a constant practice we are always looking for ways to bring peace and love into the enviroment. Our space is our sacred job given by the goddess do what you can to clean it up and make it better. If every person did this the world would be not only better but less hectic. I like the thought that cleaning is a ritual.

Magic Circle

First, ground and center. Mentaly ask the cleaning goddess to help you clean your space. Feel the energy around you, just be aware of how cluttered and messy your space is. Ground and center. What is Magic Circle? Why do we create it? How do we create it? What is it used for? Is it needed?

Magic Circle is simply an area that has been cleansed and blessed by you in the name of a deity. Magic Circle but as Wizard or Witch we do not worship in these areas and therefore must create our own. Magic Circle of space marked out by Wizard or Witch of some branches of ritual magic, which they generally believe will contain energy and form a sacred space, or will provide them a form of magical protection, or both.

To create sacred space you can be as simple or as formal as you wish. By simply saying, “By the powers of Earth, Air, Fire, Water, and Spirit I consecrate this space in the name of the God and the Goddess.” If you prefer something more formal walk around the area once for each individual element and a representation of it.

“By the power of earth I consecrate this space in the name of the God and the Goddess. (Drop salt as you go around and say the words)” Continue with each of the elements using a representation of each; Athame for Earth, water for Water, incense for Air, your candle for Fire.

The common technique for raising energy within the circle is by means of a cone of power. The circle is usually closed by the practitioner after they have finished by drawing in the energy with the Athame the circle including their hand. This is called closing the circle, releasing the circle. The term “opening” is often used, representing the idea the circle has been expanded and dissipated rather than closed in on itself.

It is within this area that you will draw your circle and perform your rituals. The area you choose to work in may be as small or as large as you wish. You may also want to take into consideration whether or not you will be working with others. You may also not want your space to be permanent. You may want to put it away between rituals; such as in my case. Unfortunately, the room is very small, as is the case with most, so my alter must also be the kitchen counter, dinning room table, and desk (Altar Cloth if the real one is covered). I use a trunk and when not in use my Magic Tools are stored within it.

Magic Tools

  • Altar
  • Altar Cloth
  • Grimoires
  • Athame
  • Boline
  • Chalice
  • Wand
  • Walking Stick
  • Pentacle
  • Cauldron
  • Censer
  • Bell
  • Mirror Magic
  • Jewellery
  • Mortar and Pestle
  • Magical Oils
  • Sacred Herbs
  • Magical Teas
  • Wax Seal Stamp
  • Sealing Wax Spoon
  • Sealing Wax
  • Parchments
  • Magic Charm Bags
  • Crystals
  • Minerals
  • Salt
  • Water
  • Wine
  • Incense
  • Candle
  • Charcoal
  • Etcetera…

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Message from the High Priest

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High Priest

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Message from the High Priest

I am The Lost Bearded White Brother and was born a long time ago in a cold faraway land. Though I was born in a Catholic family and was baptized such, at home we never really had a spiritual life. I even had an uncle who was a Catholic priest who passed away when I was still a child, and the only thing I really remember from him was his love of the good things in life like good wine and good food. It must have impressed me a lot, because that too has been a lifelong quest, but I digress…

I started reading early, even before starting school. A few years later I was reading at least 6 books a week, and since that tender age I have been a voracious reader. Since I was very young I have always been interested in all things occult. The lack of any spiritual life at home, and my parent’s lack of response to my many questions launched me into a lifelong quest to learn about the mysteries of life. My mother had some interests in the subject and I borrowed some of her numerous books on the subject, as I inherited my thirst for reading from her, and I started to search all of the resources that were available to me at the time. I read about the various organized religions, and became disenchanted with all of them. More and more I became interested in the core philosophies of most religions and how they can be applied to the way we act and live, and to magic that can be used to better mankind.

Though I still consider myself a Catholic by indoctrination, for year I have been practicing my own form of religion or better worded, my own beliefs based on all of those philosophies and religions I studied and on magic. It involves at its core a great respect for others and for nature, and the prime goal to live my life to its fullest and to better myself and mankind daily.

Another interest passed on to my by my mother was that of archeology. She always says that if she could redo her life, she would study this subject. When I was growing up there was a lot of interest in mysticism and in the ancient civilizations, especially the ones from Latin America. I remember reading about the great archeological sites of those faraway warm climes, and dreaming about visiting there a day. As I always say “If there is a wish, there is a way”; I ended up moving to Mexico over 25 years ago after meeting a wonderful Mexican woman and marrying her. I always believed in the duality of the universe, for every Ying there is a Yang, for every Man there is a Woman, and for every cold place there is a warm one.

I brought to this warm country my kind of magic that is rooted in the cold climes of Northern Europe, and have been avidly studying the local brand of magic that has its roots in indigenous spiritualism, in Spanish magic, and various other imported influences, especially the heavy one of the Catholic Church. I have taken from all of those influences the aspects that work with my beliefs and have been using this potent blend of magic to better myself and those next to me. I have also read a lot of indigenous legends pervasive in all of the old southern civilizations about the long lost learned foreigner that will return in times of turmoil to bring spiritual help to the lands of the south.

These current times are nothing but tumultuous and I assume the mantle of High Priest to those who wish to follow me. I only promote goodness and harmony, and thus will only offer help to those seeking such. I plan to offer my magical powers to help those in need. To those who wish to do harm to others, to force others to do things against their will, or to gain things that are not theirs to get, please look somewhere else because I will never do that kind of work.

To those in search of some spiritual direction, if you would please have a look at what my beliefs are. It is not a religion, and I do not want to organize it as such, as with every organized religion comes dogma, and with dogma comes prejudice, and with prejudice comes lack of respect, and so on… Those basic principles are my beliefs, and if all passing through here can live a little more along those lines daily, the world would become a much better place to live in. I hope from the deepest part of my soul that such changes will happen and that the world will be better for it, even if only more one person follow parts of those simple beliefs.

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Owain ap Gruffydd

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Owain ap Gruffydd

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Owain ap Gruffydd

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Owain ap Gruffydd

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A home laboratory in Nicolas and Ludger a two goals of alchemy: that they made the Philosopher’s Stone, which turns base metals into gold, and that he achieved immortality through the “Elixir of Life”. Ludger a laboratory technician who works in a laboratory performing procedures, maintaining equipment, assisting lead Nicolas with their work. Flamel and Ludger in 1418 created the Elixir of Life that achieved immortality.

Owain ap Gruffydd

Nicolas Flamel a true friend Owain ap Gruffydd up for him. When others try to hurt him emotionally or physically, they do everything they could to make sure he stayed safe. Owain ap Gruffydd, was a Welsh leader who instigated a fierce and long-running war of independence with the aim of ending English rule in Wales during the Late Middle Ages.

Despite the initial success of the revolution, in 1407 the superior numbers, resources and wealth that England had at its disposal eventually began to turn the tide of the war, and the much larger and better equipped English forces began to overwhelm the Welsh and eventually by 1409 they had reconquered most of Wales. Owain ap Gruffydd fought on until he was cornered and under siege at Kidwelly Castle, however he managed to escape capture by disguising himself as an elderly man, sneaking out of the castle and slipping past the English military blockade in the darkness of the night.

Owain retreated to the Welsh wilderness with a band of loyal supporters, he refused to surrender and continued the war with guerilla tactics such as launching sporadic raids and ambushes throughout Wales and the English borderlands. The last documented sighting of him was in 1412 when he ambushed the Kings men in Brecon and captured and ransomed a leading supporter of King Henry’s. He twice ignored offers of a pardon from the new King Henry V of England, and despite the large rewards offered for his capture, Owain ap Gruffydd was never betrayed to the English. The last native Welsh person to hold the title Prince of Wales. Although initially successful, the uprising was eventually defeated, but Owain disappeared and no one knows what became of him after that.

Cae’rarfau Chambered Cave

The monument comprises the remains of a chambered cave, dating to the Neolithic period. Chambered tombs were built and used by communities over long periods of time. Owain ap Gruffydd travels to a wooded valley, and there on a mound, wielding a large knightly sword he finds the keeper. In some retellings the keeper is as an ogre. The keeper is surrounded by wild animals, some magical power. The keeper ridicules Owain, but after enduring his torments, he directs the knight to travel a path out of the woods where he must climb a hill. Over the hill Owain is told he will come to a broad valley where he will find a great tree. Under the tree is a fountain and near the fountain is a marble slab to which by a chain a silver bowl is fastened. Owain is instructed to fill the bowl with water from the fountain and then wet the slab to summon a black knight upon a black steed.

Owain follows the keeper’s directions, and after wetting the marble slab, there is a peal of thunder followed by a terrible hailstorm which nearly kills both Owain and his horse. The weather then clears and birds land on the tree and sing to the knight. Owain is then approached by a figure, who accuses the knight of killing the people and animals of the land who were unable to find shelter in the supernatural hailstorm. Finally the black knight appears and attacks, beating Owain ap Gruffydd with ease, taking his horse and driving him away from the well. Owain walks back to the forest where the keeper awaits, mocking and shaming the defeated knight further. Owain ap Gruffydd returns to the Cae’rarfau Chambered Cave supplying him with a new horse for his journey home.

Paris to Cardiff

It was common to travel in heavily loaded: goods, food feed, books, laboratory, glass jars, weapons, tools, tents, clothing, money, documents, etc… Travelling was expensive: suitable and elegant clothing, tolls, tips, lodging, food, veterinaries, etc… To travel, wine was a more recommendable drink than some unsafe water. Nicolas, Perenelle, Anne-Marie and Ludger a July 1418 and Paris to Cardiff. Paris at 4 horses and 20 packhorses were used a great deal to carry sacks or baskets filled with goods, slung on either side of the horses to 7 days Saint-Malo.

Viking longships were a type of specialized used by the Viking for commerce and exploration. The ship was built with 60 pairs of oars, for a crew of 120 rowers, a rectangular sail, on a single mast and additional crew members, Nicolas, Perenelle, Anne-Marie and Ludger. Sailing used to take place when the sea was the calmest. The driving forces of the ships were rowing and sail this combined with the use of oars. At 10 days trip from Saint-Malo to Cardiff.

Cardiff from Owain ap Gruffydd to Nicolas, Perenelle, Anne-Marie and Ludger to the Cae’rarfau Chambered Cave.

Nicolas Flamel

Medieval University

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Medieval University of Paris
Medieval University

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Medieval University

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Descent of the Holy Ghost Upon the Faithful
Medieval University

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Anne-Marie is Ludger a polymath in knowledge covers a substantial number of subjects, known to take advantage of complex knowledge bodies to solve specific problems. Anne-Marie and Flamel is Ludger student attended the medieval university at different ages 8 if they were attending University of Paris. University Ludger studie took 3 years for a Master of Arts degree. Once a Master of Arts degree had been conferred, the Ludger student could leave the university or pursue further studies in one of the higher faculties medicine, the last one being the most prestigious Doctorate Degree.

Medieval University

A medieval university was a corporation organized during the Middle Ages for the purposes of higher education. The first Western European institutions generally considered to be universities were established in the Kingdom of Italy, the Kingdom of England, the Kingdom of France, the Kingdom of Spain, and the Kingdom of Portugal between the 11th and 15th centuries for the study of the arts and the higher disciplines of theology, law, and medicine. During the 14th century there was an increase in growth of universities and colleges around Europe.

The word universitas originally applied only to the scholastic guilds—that is, the corporation of students and masters—within the studium, and it was always modified, as universitas magistrorum, universitas scholarium, or universitas magistrorum et scholarium. Eventually, probably in the late 14th century, the term began to appear by itself to exclusively mean a self-regulating community of teachers and scholars recognized and sanctioned by civil or ecclesiastical authority.

Establishment

Among the earliest universities of this type were the University of Bologna (1088), University of Paris (1150), University of Oxford (1167), University of Modena (1175), University of Palencia (1208), University of Cambridge (1209), University of Salamanca (1218), University of Montpellier (1220), University of Padua (1222), University of Toulouse (1229), University of Orleans (1235), University of Siena (1240), University of Valladolid (1241) University of Northampton (1261), University of Coimbra (1288), University of Pisa (1343), Charles University in Prague (1348), Jagiellonian University (1364), University of Vienna (1365), Heidelberg University (1386) and the University of St Andrews (1413) begun as private corporations of teachers and their pupils.

Course of Study

University studies took six years for a Master of Arts degree. Studies for this were organized by the faculty of arts, where the seven liberal arts were taught: arithmetic, geometry, astronomy, music theory, grammar, logic, and rhetoric. All instruction was given in Latin and students were expected to converse in that language. The trivium comprised the three subjects that were taught first: grammar, logic, and rhetoric. The quadrivium consisted of arithmetic, geometry, music, and astronomy. The quadrivium was taught after the preparatory work of the trivium and would lead to the degree of Master of Arts. The curriculum came also to include the three Aristotelian philosophies: physics, metaphysics and moral philosophy.

Trivium

The trivium is the lower division of the seven liberal arts and comprises grammar, logic, and rhetoric. Grammar, logic, and rhetoric were essential to a classical education, as explained in Plato’s dialogues. The three subjects together were denoted by the word trivium during the Middle Ages, but the tradition of first learning those three subjects was established in ancient Greece.

Quadrivium

The quadrivium followed the preparatory work of the trivium, consisting of grammar, logic, and rhetoric. In turn, the quadrivium was considered the foundation for the study of philosophy and theology. The quadrivium was the upper division of the medieval education in the liberal arts, which comprised arithmetic (number in the abstract), geometry (number in space), music (number in time), and astronomy (number in space and time). Educationally, the trivium and the quadrivium imparted to the student the seven liberal arts (essential thinking skills) of classical antiquity.

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Nicolas Flamel (1330 – Now)

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Anne-Marie and child Ludger Bedard here is Paris. She is generally considered one of the first truly professional master chefs. From 1402 – 1407 she was in service to Charles VI. From 1407 she was in service to Nicolas Flamel.

Nicolas Flamel

Nicolas Flamel was a French scribe and manuscript-seller. In his youth in the Pyrenees Mountains of France, and it was there that he met Perenelle, his future wife. Flamel became a noted alchemist of considerable talent. At some point, he created the Philosopher’s Stone, an item of immense magical power. With the Stone, he created the Elixir of Life, a potion that made the drinker functionally immortal as long as it was regularly ingested. He and Perenelle regularly used the potion after that time.

Flamel spent 21 years trying to decipher it all. When Paris couldn’t provide answers, he set off to Spain to find a Jewish scholar and came across Maestro Canches, a learned Jewish man living in Leon. Canches recognised Abraham the Jew as one of the earliest masters of the Jewish mystical tradition of Kabbalah and translated the few pages Flamel had with him before agreeing to travel back to France and translate the rest. Unfortunately, he fell ill on the journey and died before they reached Paris.

He ran two shops as a scribe and married Perenelle in 1368. She brought the wealth of two previous husbands to the marriage. The French Catholic couple owned several properties and contributed financially to churches, sometimes by commissioning sculptures. Later in life, they were noted for their wealth and philanthropy.

Perenelle Flamel (1320 – Now)

Perenelle Flamel was the wife of the famous 14th-century scribe Nicolas Flamel. Perenelle’s reputation as an alchemist stems from a book written in 1612, allegedly authored by her husband. However, Nicolas’ reputation as an author and immortal alchemical. Perenelle figures prominently in the introduction of this Booke of Hieroglyphicall Figures, where the character of Nicolas outlines his quest for the philosopher’s stone. In this story, Perenelle witnesses alchemical projections and aids in chrysopoeia.

House in Paris

One of Flamel’s houses still stands in Paris, at 51 rue de Montmorency. It is the oldest stone house in the city. There is an old inscription on the wall, which states, “We, plowmen and women living at the porch of this house, built in 1407, are requested to say every day an ‘Our Father’ and an ‘Ave Maria’ praying God that His grace forgive poor and dead sinners.”

Philosopher’s Stone

The philosopher’s stone, more properly philosophers’ stone or stone of the philosophers, is a mythical alchemical substance capable of turning base metals such as mercury into gold or silver. It is also called the elixir of life, useful for rejuvenation and for achieving immortality; for many centuries, it was the most sought goal in alchemy. The philosophers’ stone was the central symbol of the mystical terminology of alchemy, symbolizing perfection at its finest, enlightenment, and heavenly bliss.

Anne-Marie Bedard