Friday, 4 September 2015

Ignatius Adolphus de Mussy - Universal P. & Augment [ENGLISH]


Ignatius Adolphus de Mussy - Universal P. & Augment 
[ca. 1700]


"Very curious handwriting of great historical interest. It originated from the middle of the 17th century. The name of the author refers to the upper Alsac on the Vogeses Dept. where it is still found today. Involuntarily the manuscript reminds us of the bi-chemical process artificially produced man. After the author has described a paternal and then a maternal philosophical - here follows an alchemical sign which no doubt means seed - he narrates in a third chapter of the mixing of both of the paternal and maternal seeds out of which the child arises."- Dealer's Letter

























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