Saturday, May 19


Of these same three things the planets and all the stars consist; and not only the stars but all bodies that grow and are born from them ... The inner stars of man are, in their properties, kind, and nature, by their course and position, like his outer stars, and different only in form and material. For as regards their nature, it is the same in the ether and in the microcosm.

-- Paracelsus Paracelsus: Selected Writings, ed. Jolande Jacobi
Translated by Norbert Guterman