The Alchemical Trinity Ring – Gold with Silver$1501
“There is no coincidence, only the illusion of coincidence.” Now, the time has come to start experiencing this in your daily life! Alan Moore
Metal: yellow Gold with Silver
2.2 x 2.6 cm - 0.86 x 1.02 Inch
The purpose of Alchemy is to reduce the Self to its pure Essence, UN-coded and bare. By clearing our data baggage and deleting the existing code, our Soul is reformed, its impurities expunged, and it is ‘re-born’ as a pure and undivided thing.
Wearing this unique Ring with the ancient symbol of the Tria Prima will help you experience these principles in your life. You will start to transform and re-connect with the intangible inter-relatedness of all things.
Distinctive patterns will begin to emerge from previously chaotic and random sequences of events and experiences, and things will start to gradually ‘fall into place’ in your own unique life story.
In the words of Alan Moore: “There is no coincidence, only the illusion of coincidence.” Now, the time has come to start experiencing this in your daily life!
According to Paracelsus, Sulfur, Mercury & Salt are the Tria Prima – out of which all material substances are inherently composed.
Here, the words of Paracelsus about the Alchemical Trinity:
“Sulfur embodies the soul, (the emotions and desires)”
“Mercury epitomizes the spirit (imagination, moral judgment and the higher mental faculties)”
“Salt represents the body”
“By understanding the chemical nature of the Tria Prima, a physician could discover the means of curing disease.”
Sulfur, Mercury & Salt (analogue to the concepts of Soul, Spirit and Body) are not only the three Philosophical Principles of Alchemy, but are also considered to be the ‘Holy Trinity’ of the Universe.
The three Principles, “The Trinity”, are the foundation of many religions, cultures and cosmologies (among other systems of thought). In Shamanism you will find the Upper, Lower, and Middle worlds. In Astrology, we find the three modalities which are the Mutable, Cardinal and Fixed signs. In Chinese medicine and Tai Chi they are found as Heaven, Earth and Man, and in Western Alchemical tradition, they are Sulfur, Mercury, and Salt.