A TREATISE ON The Great Art A SYSTEM OF PHYSICS ACCORDING by Antoine-Joseph Pernety (Dom Pernety), Edouard Blitz

By Antoine-Joseph Pernety (Dom Pernety), Edouard Blitz

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Restit. can. ), that he had in his possession the most precious secret of nature, and even the epitome of the essence of the heavens. Of the Elements 30 Thus Nature employed from the beginning only two simple principles, from which all that which exists was made, namely, the passive Prima Materia, and the Luminous Agent which gave it form. The Elements proceeded from their action, as secundary principles, from the different mixture of which was formed a Secunda Materia31 subject to the vicissitudes of generation and corruption.

Ch. I), was the instrument which the Supreme Architect used, to give form to the Universe. It diffused Light instantly, reduced from latent into actual existence the germs of things, up to this time confused in chaos, and, by a constant alternation of coagulations and resolutions, it maintains all individuals scattered through all the mass; it animates each part of it, and by a continual and secret operation, it gives movement to each individual, according to the genius and species to which it has appointed it.

The perceptible bodies of the earth, the water and the air, which in their spheres are really distinct, are not the first and simple elements which Nature employs in her different generations. They seem to be only the matrix of others. The simple Elements are imperceptible, until their union forms a dense matter, which we call body, to which are joined the gross elements as integral parts. Ex insensibilibus namque omnia confiteare principiis constare, (Lucret. lib. 2). The elements which constitute our globe are too crude and impure to form a perfect generation.

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