Robert Fludd Quote

But, good God, what is this when compared with that deep and true music of the wise, whereby the proportions of natural things are investigated, the harmonical concord and the qualities of the whole world are revealed, by which also connected things are bound together, peace established between conflicting elements, and whereby each star is perpetually suspended in its appointed place by its weight and strength, and by the harmony of its lucent spirit


Robert Fludd, cited in: Waite (1887, p. 291)

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But, good God, what is this when compared with that deep and true music of the wise, whereby the proportions of natural things are investigated, the...

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But, good God, what is this when compared with that deep and true music of the wise, whereby the proportions of natural things are investigated, the...