Paracelsus Quotes, Sayings, Remarks, Thoughts and Speeches

Paracelsus Quotes and Sayings

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    Although Alchemy has now fallen into contempt, and is even considered a thing of the past, the physicain should not be influenced by such judgements. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    But is not He who created it for the sake of the sick body more than the remedy? And is not He who cures the soul, which is more than the body, greater? Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    Dreams are not without meaning wherever thay may come from-from fantasy, from the elements, or from other inspiration. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    Dreams must be heeded and accepted. For a great many of them come true. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    For it is we who must pray for our daily bread, and if He grants it to us, it is only through our labour, our skill and preparation. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    For one country is different from another; its earth is different, as are its stones, wines, bread, meat, and everything that grows and thrives in a specific region. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    From time immemorial artistic insights have been revealed to artists in their sleep and in dreams, so that at all times they ardently desired them. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    However, anyone to whom this happens should not leave his room upon awakening, should speak to no-one, but remain alone and sober until everything comes back to him, and he recalls the dream. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    If we want to make a statement about a man's nature on the basis of his physiognomy, we must take everything into account; it is in his distress that a man is tested, for then his nature is revealed. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    Many have said of Alchemy, that it is for the making of gold and silver. For me such is not the aim, but to consider only what virtue and power may lie in medicines. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    Medicine is not only a science; it is also an art. It does not consist of compounding pills and plasters; it deals with the very processes of life, which must be understood before they may be guided. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    Medicine rests upon four pillars - philosophy, astronomy, alchemy, and ethics. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    Nature also forges man, now a gold man, now a silver man, now a fig man, now a bean man. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    Often the remedy is deemed the highest good because it helps so many. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    Once a disease has entered the body, all parts which are healthy must fight it: not one alone, but all. Because a disease might mean their common death. Nature knows this; and Nature attacks the disease with whatever help she can muster. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    Poison is in everything, and no thing is without poison. The dosage makes it either a poison or a remedy. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    The dose makes the poison. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    The dreams which reveal the supernatural are promises and messages that God sends us directly: they are nothing but His angels, His ministering spirits , who usually appear to us when we are in a great predicament. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    The interpretation of dreams is a great art. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    The physician must give heed to the region in which the patient lives, that is to say, to its type and peculiarities. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    This is alchemy, and this is the office of Vulcan; he is the apothecary and chemist of the medicine. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    This process is alchemy: its founder is the smith Vulcan. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    Thoughts create a new heaven, a new firmament, a new source of energy, from which new arts flow. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    We do not know it because we are fooling away our time with outward and perishing things, and are asleep in regard to that which is real within ourself. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    What sense would it make or what would it benfit a physician if he discovered the origin of the diseases but could not cure or alleviate them? Paracelsus | Refcard PDF
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    What the eyes perceive in herbs or stones or trees is not yet a remedy; the eyes see only the dross. Paracelsus | Refcard PDF






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