Alchemy

Alchemy : Etymology “Omnia In Unum” The word Alchemy is relatively recent, its etymological origin, as we know it, goes back approximately to the VIIth Century in the Western World. The first etymological explanation of the word “Alchemy” is composed of the Arabic article “El” and the word “Kemia” that signifies “muck soil” or “the original Read more…

Science

Science: its Universal Character Article 1. Real science implies knowledge Real science implies knowledge, understanding and wisdom. It implies a total expression of “spiritual” consciousness of the cosmos and the world. Science without conscience is but the ruin of the soul, said Rabelais. It involves two concepts: that of knowing and of experience. Its vocation Read more…