Paracelsus Quote

For, as the element of water lies in the middle of the globe, so, the branches run out from the root in its circuit on all sides towards the plains and towards the light. From this root very many branches are born. One branch is the Rhine, another the Danube, another the Nile, etc.


'The Philosophy of the Generation of the Elements', Book the Fourth, Text II

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For, as the element of water lies in the middle of the globe, so, the branches run out from the root in its circuit on all sides towards the plains...

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For, as the element of water lies in the middle of the globe, so, the branches run out from the root in its circuit on all sides towards the plains...

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For, as the element of water lies in the middle of the globe, so, the branches run out from the root in its circuit on all sides towards the plains...

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For, as the element of water lies in the middle of the globe, so, the branches run out from the root in its circuit on all sides towards the plains...