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Aesch-Mezareph or Purifying Fire. According to what is said in Pirke Aboth, viz. He that rejoiceth in his portion, cap. For so the true physician of impure metals hath not an outward show of riches, but is rather like the Tohu of the first Nature, empty and void.
Which word is of equal number with the word Elisha, viz. For it is a very true saying in Baba Kama, fol. The thing which causeth riches, such as natural wisdom is supplied instead of riches. Learn therefore to purify Naaman, coming from the north, out of Syria, and acknowledge the power of Jordan: Which is as it were Jar-din that is the River of Judgment flowing out of the north.
Aesch-Mezareph Chapter I
And remember that which is said in Baba Bathra, fol. He that will become wise, let him live in the South; and he that will grow rich, let him turn himself toward the north, etc.
Mezafeph in the same place Rabbi Joshua Ben Levi says, let him live always in the south, for whilst be becomes wise, at the same time he becomes rich. So thou wilt not desire other riches. But know, that the mysteries of this wisdom, differ not from the superior mysteries of the Kabalah.
For such as is the consideration of the predicaments in holiness, the same is also in impurity; and the same Sephiroth mezarfph are mezraeph Atziluth, the same are in Assiah, yea, the same in that kingdom, which is commonly called the mineral kingdom; although their excellency is always greater upon the spiritual plane.
Therefore the metallic root here possesseth the place of Kether, which hath an occult nature, involved in great obscurity, and from which all metals have their origin; even as the nature of Kether is hidden, and the other Sephiroth flow from thence.
Lead hath the place of Chokmah, because Chokmah immediately proceeds from Kether, as it immediately comes from the metallic root, and in enigmatic similes, it is called the “father” of the following natures. Tin possesseth the place of Binah, shewing age, by its greyness, and shadowing adsch severity and judicial rigour, by its crackling.
Silver is placed under the Classis of Chesed, by all the masters of the Kabalah, chiefly for its colour and use. Thus far the white natures. Now follow the red. Gold is placed under Geburah, according to zesch most common opinion of the Kabalists; Job in c. Iron is referred to Tiphereth, for he is like a man of war, according to Exod.
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So also the two pillars of the Temple of Solomon referring to these two Sephiroth were made of brass, I Kings, c. Jesod is argent vive. For to this, the name “living” is characteristically given; and this living water is in every case the foundation of all Nature and of the metallic art.
But the true medicine of metals is referred to Malkuth, for many reasons; because it represents the rest of the natures under the metamorphoses of Gold and Silver, right and left, judgment and mercy, concerning which we will speak more largely elsewhere.
Thus I have delivered to thee the key nezareph unlock many secret gates, and have opened the door to the inmost adyta of Nature. But if anyone hath placed those things in another order, I shall not contend with him, inasmuch as all systems tend to the one truth.
For it may be said, the three supernals are the three fountains of metallic things. The thick water is Kether, salt is Chokmah, and sulphur is Binah; for known reasons.
And so the seven inferior will represent the seven metals, viz. But know, my Son, that such mysteries are hid in these things as no tongue may be permitted to utter.
But I will not offend any more with my tongue, mezarelh will keep my mouth with a bridle, Psalm 39, mezaerph. Gehazi the Servant of Elisha, is the type mezareh the vulgar students of Nature, who contemplate the valley and depths of Nature, but do not penetrate into her secrets.
Hence they labour in vain, and remain servants for ever. They give counsel about procuring the son of the wise men whose generation exceeds the power of Nature, but they can add nothing to assist in his generation, 2 Kings, c. For Nature doth not open her secrets to them, v. They are covetous, cap. For the word Gehazi, and the word Chol, profane or common, have both the same number. If you have problems understanding these alchemical texts, Adam McLean now provides a study course entitled How to read alchemical texts: