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The Planetary Orders (Day 1)
The planets in this septagonal diagram, read clockwise, represent the days of the week and their planetary rulers.
The ancient alchemists saw the planets as 7 divine beings, and their order is based on the planet's speed against the fixed stars, which was recorded by the Chaldeans around 700 BC.
The following are the days of the week in English and in French, and the planets that rule each day
Sunday/Dimanche(ruled by the Sun)
Monday/Lundi (ruled by the Moon)
Tuesday/Mardi(ruled by Mars)
Wednesday/Mecredi (ruled by Mercury)
Thursday/Jeudi (ruled by Jupiter)
Friday/Vendredi (ruled by Venus)
Saturday/Samedi (ruled by Saturn)
Notice that in french you can much easier see the planetary name in the name of each day of the week (for ex Mecredi/Mercury) whereas in English most days are named after a Nordic god. ☆
Check out my previous posts for detailed symbolism on each planet.
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The Alchemists Kitchen
The 7 ♀️
The # 7 In geometry is expressed as the septagram/septagon and in sacred geometry it can represent the idea of uniqueness. It is considered a "virgin" number because it cannot by devided by any other number with a whole remainder.
Check out part 2 right now to see what 7 symbolizes and where we can see it in nature. Continue reading to learn to draw a near perfect heptagram. Unlike other shapes, there is no exact formula so you must practice and experiment yourself.
How to draw a near perfect septagram.
1 Create the vesica pisces. (see Day 2)
2 Draw a line between the center points of those 2 circles and a line from the 2 places where the circles overlap (see Day 4).
3 Create a small circe within the vesica pisces oval by using the cross's center the centers of both large circles.
4 Now create a 2nd small circle in perfect alignment below the first, by placing the compass point on the vertical line intersecting the bottom of the small circle and place the lead in the center of of the circle..
5 Create a triangle in the first small and centermost circle from step 3 (see day 3)
6 Create a square by drawing perfect vertical lines from the exact centers of both large circles to the top. Then connect those two points with a perfectly horizontal line. The bottom of the triangle will be the 4 line.
7 Mark point 1 at the vertical line intersecting the base of the triangle.
Mark points 2 and 3 where the triangle intersects the second small bottom circle. Using points 2 and 3 measurements from the center mark points 4 and 5. Then keep compass at the same measurement, align it parrallel to the square but still within the second circle, and marks points 6 and 7. Now simply connect the dots.
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Jason Augustus Newcomb 60 day challenge
777 by Aleister Crowley
The Magicians Companion
Paths of Wisdom
Video by Young Gott
First week at @thekrenovschool year 2!! I'm working on designing and mocking-up a large septagonal display case on a stand, but I also managed to make a new pair of acacia sawhorses, meet 2 magnificent insects (as well as a bunch of awesome new studentsn not pictured), and play a decent amount of volleyball. It's so good to be back!