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It should not be surprising that all the waters, united, have been able to cover the entire surface of the earth, and to cause an universal deluge, since they covered it before God had separated them, (Gen. chap. ). These humid masses which hover over our heads are like travellers, who go to collect the riches of all countries, and return to benefit their native land. Of Fire Some of the ancients placed Fire as a fourth Element, in the highest region of the Air, because they regarded it as the lightest and most subtle.

Mercury is formed by the mixture of Water and Earth; Sulphur, of Earth and Air; Salt, of Air and Water condensed. The Fire of Nature is added to these as a formal principle. Mercury is 35 Which Sir Ripley calls Terra damnata, it is also designated as Caput Mortuum. They are the heterogenous parts of a Composite, those which remain from the body after the elimination of its pure philosophical elements. B. 36 Sulphur in a metal represents its colour, combustability, its faculty of attacking other metals, its hardness.

It guides the spirit, and conducts it in all its deliberate actions. Sometimes it does not give it time to communicate its orders, and to exercise its empire. It acts of itself; it puts in play the resources of the body, and Man then acts simply as an animal. These actions one calls first impulse,29 and those which one makes without reflection, such as coming, going, eating, when one is worried by some serious affair which occupies him entirely. The animal obeys always, infallibly, his natural inclination, because it tends only to the preservation of its transient, mortal existence, in which lies all its happiness and welfare.

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