A Bibliography Of Journal Articles

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 Albright, W.F. The Goddess of Life and Wisdom, The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures, Vol. XXXVI, No. 4, July 1920. Pp. 258 - 293. [20]

Barb, A. A. Antaura. The Mermaid and the Devil's Grandmother, JWCI, Vol. 29 (XXIX), 1966. . London, pp.1 ff. Mermaid, goddess.

Barb, A.A. Diva Matrix - A faked gnostic intaglio in the possession of P.P.Rubens and the iconology of a symbol, JWCI, Vol. XVI (16), 1953. pp. 193 - 238.

Barb, A. A. Three Elusive Amulets, JWCI, 1964, Vol. 27. (XXVII).

Barton, Georg A. Circumcision, Hastings, pp. 859-880.

 Beeston, A. F. L. 'An Arabic Hermetic Manuscript', Bodleian Library Record, vii, 1962-67, pp. 11 -23, esp. pp. I9-20; cf.

 Bernheimer, R. "Theatrum Mundi', The Art Bulletin, Vol XXXVIII, 1956, pp. 225-231.For Memory Theatre.

 Bharati , Agehananda Fictitious Tibet: The Origin and Persistence of Rampaism , Tibet Society Bulletin, Vol. 7, 1974.

 Bianchi, Ugo, The Greek Mysteries, E.J.Brill, Leiden, 1976.Kabiri, Mysteries, Iconography of Religions, XVII, 3.

 Bissing, Frederich Wilhelm, Von, , Some Painting from Pompei referring to the Cult of Isis , Clarendon Press, , Oxford, , 1908 [?]

 Blunt, A., The Hypnerotomachia Polyphli in 17th Century France, Journal of the Warburg Institute, I (I937-38), pp. 117 - 137.

 Bolton, Henry Carrington, The Porta Magica, Rome, Journal of American Folk-Lore, pp. 73 - 78.

 Bonner, Campbell, Abraxas - - -

 Bonner, Campbell, The Numerical Value of a Magical Formula, JEA, Vol. 16, 1930. pp. 6- 9.

 Bonner, Campbell, Amulets Chiefly in The British Museum, Hesperia.1951. Amulets, Gnostic, Abraxas. Vol. XX, No.1. Jan.-March 1951.

 Bonner, Campbell, A Miscellany of Engraved Stones, Hesperia, 1954. Amulets, Magic.Vol.XXIII, (23), pp.138-157, and Plates 34-36. see also: Hersperia, Vol.13,1944; Vol.20,1951; Vol.23,1954.

 Bonner, C. The Snake-Legged God, in: Studies in Magical Amulets, pp.

 Bowen, Barbara, Mercury at the Crossroads in Renaissance Emblems , JWCI, London, 1985. Alciati, Hermetic, Emblems. Vol. XLVIII, pp. 22-229.

 Boyce, Mary Zoroastrians - Their Religious Beliefs and Practices, R.Kegan & Paul London, 1979. Zoroaster, Religion . Fragment

 Brehm, Edmund, Roger Bacon's Place in the History of Alchemy, Ambix Vol. 23, Part I, March 1976.

 Brown, Patricia F. Laetentur Caeli: the Council of Florence and the Astronomical Fresco in the Old Sacristry, JWCI, Vol. 44, 1981.

 Browne, Alice. Dreams and Picture-writing: Some Examples of this Comparison from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Century. JWCI, Vol. 44, 1981.

 Buck, C. The identity of the Sabi’un, Muslim World, Vol. LXXIV, 1984, pp. 172 - 186.

 Buhl, Marie-Louis, The Goddesses of The Egyptian Tree Cult, Journal of Near Eastern Studies , London, 1947. Tree. Vol.6, pp.80-98 . [10.]

 Callisen, S.A. The Evil Eye in Italian Art, The Art Bulletin, Art, Magic, Amulets.

 Carpenter, Thomas H. Dionysian Imagery in Archaic Greek Art Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1986. Myths, Dionysos. Development in Black-Figure Vase Painting of Dionysian Imagery. Partial

 Chatley, Herbert, The Lunar Mansions, Isis 31, (1939). [4.]

 Christiansen, Keith, Lorenzi Lotto and the Tradition of Epithalamic Paintings, APOLLO Magazine, London, Sept.1986. Art, History. Cupid peeing and Venusian symbolism. pp.166-173. [8.]

 Circlot, J.E. A Dictionary of Symbols, RKP, London, 1962.Symbolism

 Coffin, David R. Pirro Ligorio and the Decoration of the Late Sixteenth Century at Ferrara. The Art Bulletin.

 Cook, A.B. The Cretan Axe-Cult Outside Crete. in Transactions of the Third International Congress for the History of Religions, Vol. II. Oxford. 1908, pp. 184 - 194.

 Cook, Arthur Bernard. The European Sky-God. Folklore, Part I. Vol. XV.Sept.1904, No.III.PP. 264-315. Part II. Vol.XV.Dec. No.IV.pp. 369-426. London 1904, Kraus Reprint, Nendeln, Liechenstein, 1969.

 Cook, Arthur Bernard., Zeus, Jupiter and the Oak, in The Classical Review, Vol.17, 1903; Vol.18, 1904.Six articles.

 Copenhaver, Brian P. Iamblicus, Synesius and The Chaldean Oracles in Marsilio Ficino’s De Vita Libri Tres: Hermetic Magic or Neoplatonic Magic? In: Supplementum festivum: Studies in honor of Paul Oskar Kristeller.Edited by James Hankins, John Monfasani, Frederick Purnell, Jr. (Medieval & Renaissance Texts and Studies, 49.) Binghamton, N.Y.: 1987.

 Cummings, R. M. A Note on the Arithmological Stanza: The Faerie Queene II.ix.22. JWCI, Vol. 30 (XXX), 1967

 Daly, Peter M. The Case for the 1593 Edition of Thomas Combe's Theater of Fine Devices.JWCI, London, 1986. Emblems Vol. 49. *

 Danielou, Alain Shiva and Dionysus, East-West Publications, London & The Hague, 1982. Religion Translated by K.F. Hurry.

 Daum, Werner, A Pre-Islamic Rite in South Arabia , Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society London, 1987. Islam.No.1.

 Daumal, Rene, Mount Analogue, Penguin Books, New York, 1983. Novel, French. Section.

 Davies, Colin , Heraclitus, History Today, 1970.Greek philosophy, Heraclitus. Vol.XX, No.6.

 Davis, Tenney L. "Count Michael Maier's use of the symbolism of alchemy," J. Chemical Education,15, 1938. Alchemy, Hermetic. PP. 403-410.

 Davis, Tenny L., "The Emerald Table of Hermes Trismegistus: Three Latin Versions Which Were Current Among Later Alchemists", Journal of Chemical Education 3 (1926), pp. 874-5.

 Dawkins, R.M. Kabeiroi in Miletus JHS, Vol.28, p. 335. London. Kabiri.

 Dee,John.THE MONAS HIEROGLYPHICUS of Dr John Dee. One of the Major Source classics of Hermetic thought, first published in Antwerp in the 15th Century.

 Dempsey, Charles, Mercurius Ver: The Sources of Botticelli's Primavera, JWCI, Vol.31, 1968, pp. 251-269.

 Deonna, W. The Crab and the Butterfly: A Study in Animal Symbolism JWCI London, 1954. Astrology Vol. 17. 44.pp. *

 Dieckmann, Lieselotte, "Renaissance Hieroglyphics" Comparative Literature. 1957. Emblems.No. 9.pp. 308-321. Bibliography in Peter M. Daly, The European Emblem. 16.pp. A5/ 8.pp.A4.

 Dobbs, B.J.T. Newton as Final Cause and First Mover, Isis, Vo. 85. 1994, pp. 633 - 643. With Book Review, of Greene Lyone, Harvest, pp. 151 - drop in date, year etc [16 pages.]

 Drijvers, H. Bardaisan of Edessa and The Hermetica, Jaarbericht Ex Oriente Lux, 21, 1970. pp. 190 - 210. - FINISH

 Drower, E.S. Mandaean Writings, Iraq, Vol. i, pt.ii, Nov. 1934. pp.170-182 with plates.

 Durrell, Lawrence, section from Monsieur, Prince of Darness. The Avignon Quintet.

Eco, Umberto, From Marco Polo to Leibniz: Stories of Intercultural Misunderstanding - A lecture presented by Umberto Eco - at The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America, December 10, 1996.

Eisler, Robert,The Frontspiece to Sigismondo Fanti's "Triompho di Fortuna" JWCI, London. 1947. Divination. Vol.X.pp. 155-159. [7 pp.]

 Eisler, Robert, Orpheus the Fisher.

 Eliade, Mircea, The Divine Androgyny, from The Two and The One', pp. 108 - 123.

 Ettlinger, Helen. A Textual Source for Ghiberti's Creation of Eve.JWCI, Vol. 44, 1981. .

 Ettlinger, L.D. The Pictorial Source of Ripa's "Historia." JWCI, Vol.5.London, 1950. Emblems, Ripa.

 Evans, Sir Arthur, 'Mycenaean Tree and Pillar Worship, London, J.H.S. 1901.pp. 99-204. Partial.

 Faivre, Antoine and Voss, Karen-Claire, Western Esotericism and The Science Of Religions, Numen, Vol. 42 (1995). E.J. Brill, Leiden. [15.]

 Fakhry, Ahmed , The Oases of Egypt, Siwa Oases.The American University in Cairo Press, Cairo, 1973. Volume 1. partial section on Siwa.

 Farnell, L.R. Cretan Influences in Greek Religion. in: Essays in Aegean Archaeology. Presented to Sir Arthur Evans, Oxford, 1927.

 Farnell, L.R.Ino-Leukotheia’, JHS, vol. 36, 1916.

 Farnell, L.R. Kabeiroi In: Hastings Kabiri Vol. VII, pp. 628-632.

 Ferruolo, Arnolfo B., Botticelli's Mythologies, Ficino's De Amore, Poliziano's Stanze per la Giostra: their Circle of Love, The Art Bulletin, Vol. XXVII, 1955, pp. 17ff. .

 Frankfort, H. "A Note of the Lady of Birth," JNES, III, 1944, pp. 198 - 200.

 Frankfort, H. Gods and Myths of Sargonid Seals, Iraq, Vol.I. 1934. Gods, Myths, pp.2-29,plus plates .18 pp.

 Frankfort, H. "Ishtar at Troy," JNES, VIII, 1949.

 Friedlaender, W.La tintura delle rose (the Sacred and Profane Love) by Titian. The Art Bulletin, Vol. 20. No.3,Sept . 1938 pp.320ff.

 Fück. J. W. THE ARABIC LITERATURE ON ALCHEMY ACCORDING TO AN-NADIM (A.D. 987). A Translation of the Tenth Discourse of The Book of the Catalogue (AL-FIHRIST) with Introduction and Commentary. Ambix, Vol. IV, February 1951, Nos. 3 and 4. pp. 89ff.

 Fynes, R.C.C. Isis and Pattini:The Transmission of a Religious Idea from Roman Egypt to India. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, London, 1993. Goddess, Isis.

 Geoghegan, D. Some indications of Newton's attitude Towards Alchemy, Ambix, London, 1957, Dec.Newton, Alchemy. Vol.VI, No.2.

 Gibbons, Felton. An Emblematic Portrait by Dosso..JWCI, Vol. 29 (XXIX), 1966. [10.]

 Gifford, D. J. Iconographical Notes Towards a Definition of the Medieval Fool. JWCI, 1974 -Vol. 37. XXXVII.

Gill, J.S. How Hermes Trismegistus was Introduced to Renaissance England. JWCI, Vol. 47, 1984, pp. 222 - 255.

 Gombosi, George , A Ferrarese Pupil of Piero della Francesca.

 Gombrich, Ernst H. An Interpretation of Mantegna's 'Parnassus' JWCI, Vol. 26, 1963.

 Gombrich, E.H. Hypnerotomaciana, JWCI, Vol. XIX, (14), 1951, pp. 119 122.

 Gombrich, E. H. The Earliest Description of Bosch's Garden of Delight. JWCI, Vol. 30 (XXX), 1967

 Gombrich, E.H. The Astrological Decoration of the Sala dei Venti in the Palazzo del Te. pp. 189 - 201.JWCI, 1950 - Vol. XIII, 13.

 Gow, A.S.E. Iynx, Rhombus, Turbo, JHS - Vol. 57, 1937. pp. 1-13.

 Gray, Louis H. Cock, Hastings Cock, Bird, Animal.PP. 94-698 [ 4.]

 Greer, Mary K. Women of the Golden Dawn, Gnosis, Autumn, 1991.

 Hadeln, Detlev Baron von , "A Ferrarese Drawing for a Venetian Woodcut", The Burlington Magazine, Vol. 48, October 1926. p. 301.

 Hamarneh, Sami K., Arabic-Islamic Alchemy - Three Intertwined Stages, Ambix. VOL. 29. Part 2, July 1982. [7] - FINISH

 Willy Hartner. Notes On Picatrix, Isis, 1965, Vol. 56,4, NO. 186, pp. 438 ff.

 Haschmi, Arab Alchemy .

 Harrison, Jane E. Mystica Vannus Iacchi , JHS , London, 1902. Greek Mysteries. Vol. XXIII, pp.292-324.V.I.P. For Symbolism of the Winnowing Fan - and illustrations. [16.]

 Harrison, Jane, Bird and Pillar Worship in Connection with Ouranian Divinities, in Transactions of the Third International Congress for the History of Religions, Vol. II. Oxford. 1908, pp. 154 - 164.

 Hartland, E.Sidney, Phallism, Hastings, pp. 815-831.

 Hartland, E.Sidney, Twins, Hastings, pp. 491 - 500.

 Hartt, Frederick, Gonzaga Symbols in The Palazzo del Te, JWCI, 1950 - Vol. XIII, 13, pp. 151 - 188.

 Haskins, Charles H. Arabic Science in Western Europe, Isis 7 (1925) pp. 478-485.

 Heckscher, William S. Bernini’s Elephant and Obelisk, The Art Bulletin, Vol. 29, 1947, pp. 155 ff.

Heisler, Ron © Michael Maier and England. Article originally published in The Hermetic Journal, 1989.

 Heisler, Ron, The Forgotten English Roots of Rosicrucianism, The Hermetic Journal, 1992 Hermetic [15 pages.]

Heisler, Ron - Robert Fludd: A Picture in Need of Expansion, The Hermetic Journal, 1989.

Hildburgh, W.L. "Cowrie shells as amulets in Europe," Folk-Lore, LIII, 1942, p. 192ff.

Hillman, James, And Huge is Ugly, Resurgence.

Hillman, James, Concerning the Stone: Alchemical Images of the Goal. Sphinx. [16.]

Hillman, James, The Practice of Beauty, Sphinx 4.

Holmyard, E.J. "The Emerald Table", Nature 112 (1923), 526.

Hopkins, Arthur John, "A defence of Egyptian alchemy", Isis 28 (1938), 424-31. [4.]

Hopkins, Arthur John, A Modern Theory of Alchemy, Isis, 7 (1925), 58-76. [10.]

Hogue, Dr. Charles Cultural Entomology, Reproduced, with permission, from the Annual Review of Entomology, Vol 32, copyright; 1987 by Annual Reviews Inc.

 Humburg, Burt, On the Color Changes in the "Great Work" or the Alchemical Transformation of Matter.

Jacobsen, Thorkild, The Battle Between Marduk and Tiamat, Journal of American Oriental Society, 1968, Vol.88, pp. 104 - 108. [5.]

 Ingman, Heather , Jean De La Jessee and The Family of Love in France, JWCI, vol. 47, 1984, London, pp. 984. Mystics, Family of Love.

 Janson, Horst W. The Putto with the Death's Head, The Art Bulletin, Art, Eros, Death, Putto.[17]

 Jensen, LLoyd B.Royal Purple of Tyre, JNES, Science, Technology, pp. 104 -118.[8 .]

 Johnson, Paul, The Treasure of the Cathars, Sunrise,USA,1988, Cathars, esoteric. April/May 1988. [7.]

 Josten, C. H. Robert Fludd's Theory of Geomancy and His Experiences at Avignon in the Winter of I60I to I602. JWCI, 1964, Vol. 27. (XXVII)

 Kahane, Henry and Renée, "Hermeticism in the Alfonsine Tradition, " in Mélanges, offerts á Rita Lejeune, (Gembloux: Editions J. Duclot, 1969).

 Kahane, Henry and Renee, and Angelina Pietrangeli, Picatrix and the Talismans, Romance Philology, Vol. XIX, No. 4, May 1966

 Kaske, Carol V. Marsilio Ficino and The Twelve Gods, JWCI, Vol. 45, 1982.Partial

 Kerenyi, Karl, The Mysteries of the Kaberoi, New York, 1955. Mysteries, Kabiri. In: "The Mysteries" (Papers from the Eranos Yearbooks, 2; Ed: Joseph Campbell. Bolligen Series XXX.

Kerenyi, Karl , The Primorial Child in Primordial Times, RK Paul. London, In: Essays of a Science of Mythology. Partial

 Kimsey , John, The Code of Love: TROUBADOURS, CATHARS, AND EZRA POUND, Gnosis Magazine, Winter 1991, pp. 25ff. [12 ]

 Kingsley, Peter , Eziekile by the Grand Canal: Between Jewish and Babylonian Tradition, JRAS, London, 1992. Kabala. Series 3,2,3, (1992), pp.339-346.

 Kingsley, Peter , From Pythagoras to the Turba Philosophorum: Egypt and Pythagorean Tradition, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Volume 57, 1994, pp. 1-13.


 Krappe, Alexander H. Acca Larenta, AJA, 46, 1942, pp. 491 - 499. XER. On Artemis, Bear goddess, sacrifice of cats etc. Leto.

 Krappe, Alexander H. The Lunar Frog, Folk-Lore, Vol. LI, No.3, September 1940. pp. 161-171. [6.]

Kristeller, Paul Oscar, The Philosophy of Man in the Italian Renaissance, Italica, Vol. XXIV, June 1947, Number 2. pp. 93 - 112. [20.]

 Kristeller, Paul Oskar "The Scholastic Background of Marsilio Ficino." Traditio, 2 (1944), pp. 257-318.


 Leeman, F.W.G. A textual source for Cranach's 'Venus with Cupid the honey-thief', The Burlington Magazine, London, 1984. Emblems. Vol. 126, (CXXVI) May 1984. [2.]

 Lehmann-Hartleben, Karl , The Imagines of the Elder Philostratus, The Art Bulletin, 1941. Vol. XXIII, No. 1. March 1941. Art, Mythology, Classical.

 Leisegang, Hans , The Mystery of the Serpent" trans. Ralf Manheim, Pantheon Books New York. 1955. Myths, Mysteries. in: The Mysteries, Bolligen Series 30:1. partial

 Levi, Doro, The Allegories of The Months in Classical Art, The Art Bulletin, Astrology, Art, Mythology.

 Liebmann, Michael, On the Iconography of The Nymph of the Fountain..JWCI, Vol. 31, 1968.pp. 434 -437.

 Lippincott, Kristen The Astrological Decoration of the Sala dei Venti in the Palazzo del Te. JWCI, London, 1984, Astrology. Vol.47.

 Lorca - Theory and Function of the Duende.

 Lorrimer, H.L.The Country Cart of Ancient Greece, JHS.London, Greek, Kabiri.Vol. 23, pp. 137-138. Mentions Kabiri vases of Thebes and plates.

 Lucas, A. Cosmetics, Perfumes and Incense in Ancient Egypt, JEA, Vol. 16, 1930, pp. 41-53.

 McLean, Adam, The Birds in Alchemy, , This article written in 1979 was first published in The Hermetic Journal No. 5. [WEB]

 McLean, Adam, Hermetic Symbolism in a Masonic Engraving, Article by originally published in the Hermetic Journal Winter 1987. [WEB]

 Maier, Michael, Atalanta Fugiens (1618). The Full 50 Emblems and Epigrams. A4 Format

 Maclean, A.J. Nestorianism, in Hastings, pp. 323 - 332.

 Mander, Jerry, The Tyrrany of Technology. Resurgence.

 Maguire, Anne, The Dark Moon, Vol. 35, Harvest, 1989-90.

 Ralph Marcus, The Name Poimandres, JNES, Vol. VIII, 1949, pp. 40 - 41

 McLean, Adam, A Rosicrucian Manuscript of Michael Maier. The Hermetic Journal. Hermetic. [6.]

 McNulty, Robert, Bruno at Oxford, Renaissance News, 1960, No.13, pp. 300 - 305.

Dan Merkur. Stages of Ascension in Hermetic Rebirth, Esoterica E-Journal. A really great article.

 Merkur, Daniel, The Study of Spiritual Alchemy: Mysticism, Gold-Making, and Esoteric Hermeneutics, Ambix, Vol. 37, Part I, March 1990.

 Miedema, Hessel, 'The Term Emblemata in Alciati' Journal of the Warburg and Courtland Institute, London,1968.Emblems, Alciati.JWCI, 31, 1968, pp.234-250.

 Mogenson, Greg The Serpent's Prayer: The Psychology of an Image, C. G. Jung, Analytical Psychology, and Culture, Archetypal Symbols Section.

 Murray, G. 'Dis geniti' J.H.S.lxxi, 1951, p. 120ff.

 Nelson, Greek Votive Inyx -

 Nelson, Alan H. Mechanical Wheels of Fortune, 100 - 1547. JWCI, Vol. 43, 1980, pp. 227 - 233.

 Newberry, The Symbol for GOD - NTR in Ancient Egypt, JEA.London, 1947. Egyptology."...a staff with streamers." Figures 1-3.Vol.30, P.90.

 Newberry, P.E. The Pig and Cult-animal of Set, JEA, XIV,1928,pp.211-226.

 Newberry, P.E. "Shepherd’s Crook." JEA, Vol. XV, 1929.

 Newman, William, Technology and Alchemical Debate in the Late Middle Ages, ISIS, 1989, 80: 423-445.

 Nilsson, Martin P. The Anguipede of the Magical Amulets, Harvard Theological Review, Vol. 44, January, 1951, pp. 61 - 64. [2 pages.]

 Nilsson, Martin P. The Psychological Background of Late Greek Paganism, Nilsson was Professor Emeritus, Lund University. From the second volume of Geschichte der griechischen Religion, in which references and a more complete discussion will he found It has been published in Swedish in Svensk Teolo giska Kvartalskrift, XX (1946), 21-21.

 Nock, A.D.A A Cabiric Rite, American Journal of Archeology, Concord, N.H.1941, Kabiri. Vol.XLV.No.4.Oct. - Dec. pp.576 -581. Partial

 Nock, A.D.Magical Notes, JEA, Vol. XI, 1925, p.154-158.

 Nock, A.D. Greek Magical Papyri, Jea, Vol. XV, 1929.

 Nock, A.D. "Sarcophagi and Symbolism, "American Journal of Archeology, 1946. Symbols Vol. L. Points out that the lyra is a symbol of the harmony of the universe.32.pp.

 Nock, A.D. Notes on Beliefs and Myths, Journal of Hellenic Studies, Vol. XLVI, 1926., pp. 47 - 53.

 Nock, A.D. Eros the Child, in Classical Review pp. 1-3.

 Nock, Arthur Darby, The Genius of Mithraism, Reprinted from the Journal of Roman Studies, Published by the Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, London, 1937.

 Nock, A.D. 'Nymphs and Nereids' in: Melanges de l'Universite S.Joseph, Beyrouth, xxxvii, 1961.

 Novak, Giovanni della Miraldola. JWCI, Vol. 45, 1982. pp.125 -147.[27 pages]

O'Donnell,  James J. The Demise of Paganism, Traditio 35(1979), pp. 45-88.

 Oderberg, I. M. Creative Power in Orphic Myths, Sunrise, February/March, 1989. pp.71ff.

 Ong,Walter J. From Allegory to Diagram in the Renaissance Mind, The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 1959 Emblems. Vol.XVII, No. 4. June 1959.A Study in the Significance of the Allegorical Tableau. [8.]

 Pagel, Walter and Winder, Marianne, The Eightness of Adam and Related "Gnostic" Ideas in Paracelsus AMBIX, London,Alchemy, Gnostic. [11.]

 Panofsky, Erwin and Saxl, F. "A Late Antique Religious Symbol in Works by Holbein and Titian," The Burlington Magazine, XLIX, (1926), pp. 177 - 181.

 Patai, Raphael, Maria The Jewess - Founding Mother of Alchemy, AMBIX. Vol. 29, Part 3, November 1982.

 Pingree, David, The Indian Iconography of the Decans and the Horas, JWCI, Vol. 26, 1963.pp.223ff.

 Pingree, David, Petosiris, Dictionary of Scientific Biography, Vol. X, New York, 1974, pp. 547 - 549. [3 ]

 Pingree, , David, The Thousands of Abu Ma'shar

 Pingree, David, Some of the Sources of the Ghayat al-hakim, pp. 1-15.JWCI, Vol. 43, 1980.Partial.

 Plessner, M. "Hermes Trismegistus and Arab Science.," Studia Islamica. Vol. 2 (1954) pp. 45 - 59.

Raphael Prinke is a great scholar of the Rosicrucian Movement & Heraldry. Excellent Articles.

Rafal T. Prinke - Hunting the Blacke Toade   Some Aspects of Alchemical Symbolism, The Hermetic Journal, 1991.pp. 78 - 90.

Rafal T. Prinke - Hermetic Heraldry   -   Originally published in The Hermetic Journal, 1989, 62-78.

Quinlan-McGrath, Mary, The Astrological Vault of the Villa Farnesina, JWCI, London, 1984, Astrology. Vol.47. Agostino Chigi's Rising Sign.

 Quispel Gilles " Ezekiel 1: 26 in Jewish mysticism and Gnosis ", Vigiliae Christianae XXXIV (1980), pp. I-13

 Ramsay, W.M. Phrygians, Hastings, pp. 900-911.

 Rendel Harris, J., The Origin of The Cult of Artemis, A Lecture Delivered at the John Rylands Library on the 14th March, 1916. 'The Bulletin of the John Rylands Library", April-July, Manchester, 1916.

 Ripley, Sir George - A Vision.

Robertson, D.S. Prometheus and Chrion. JHS.

Ronan, Stephen, Hekate’s Iynx: An Ancient Theurgical Tool, Alexandria. -

Ross, D.J..A. Olympias and the Serpent, JWCI, Vol. 26, 1963. pp. 1 - 21.Partial [22.]

Rouse, W.H. D. The Double Axe and the Labyrinthe, JHS, 1901, pp. 269-274. [3.]

Rousselle, Erwin, Dragon and Mare.Figures of Primordial Chinese Mythology. Eranos, Zurich. China, Mythology, I Ching.

Seaford, R. A. S., The Mysteries of Dionysos at Pompeii, This paper was first published in H. W. Stubbs (ed.), Pegasus: Classical Essays from the University of Exeter (1981) 52-67 and is reproduced here in Diotima by permission. Your comments are welcome.


Seznec, Jean, Youth Innocence and Death, JWCI, London, 1938, Art, Hermetic. Vol.1, no.4, April. pp.298-303. [7.]

Sheppard, H.J. Egg Symbolism. Ambix, London, 1958 Aug. Alchemy, Symbols, Vol.VI,no.3. [5.]

Sheppard, H.J. The Ouroboros and the Unity of Matter in Alchemy: Ambix London 1962 June Alchemy, Serpent Vol.IX,no.2.p.83 - 96.

Sharon M.W. Doctor Robert Fludd (1574-1637) By Permission to use this article has kindly been given by Sharon M.W. of the The Ancient Rosae Crucis.

Sheppard, Anne. The Influence of Hermias on Marsilio Ficino's Doctrine of Inspiration. JWCI, Vol. 43, 1980.

Sheppard, Harry J.Egg Symbolism.Ambix, London, 1958 Aug. Alchemy, Symbols, Vol.VI,no.3. [5.]

Sheppard, Harry J. European Alchemy in the Context of a Universal Definition . Alchemy.

Stapleton, H.E. "The antiquity of alchemy." Ambix, Vol. V, October, 953, Nos. 1 & 2.

 Stapleton, H.E., G.L.Lewis and F. Sherwood Taylor. The Sayings of HERMES Quoted in the MA’ AL-WARAQI OF IBN UMAIL, pp. 71 - 72.

Starkie, W. The Sea-Borne Marys and the Myth of Sara, from: In Sara's Tents, John Murray, London. pp. 15 -23.

Simonds, Peggy Munoz, Alciati's Two Venuses as Letter and Spirit of the Law,Emblems. In: Peter M. Daly. [13.]

Simonides,C. Concerning H. of Nilopolis, 1863. Emblems, Egypt.Horapollo.Egypt.

 Slane, K.W. and Dickie, M.W. A Knidian Phallic Vase from Corinth.

 Sleeper, H.J.The Alchemical Figures in Count Michael Maier's Atalanta Fugiens, Journal of Chemical Education, 1938, Sept. Alchemy, Hermetic. Vol.15 (9), pp.410-415.

Strong, Pythagorean Basilica. J.H.S.

Quinlan-McGrath, Mary, The Astrological Vault of the Villa Farnesina, JWCI, London, 1984, Astrology. Vol.47. Agostino Chigi's Rising Sign.

Starkie - Tarot of Gypsies - 3pp.

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