Paracelsus

What is Paracelsus you say.  He was an Alchemist  who practiced alchemy.  Alchemy is: The discovery of a universal cure for disease and the discovery of a means of indefinitely prolonging life.  Paracelsus was a medical chemical scientist, physician, and speculative philosopher. He was born in Sweden and lived from 1493 to 1541.  He died at the age of 48, so I know he did not find a way to prolong life.  But he did write the following quote.

“The art of healing comes from Nature and not from the physician.  Therefore the physician must start from Nature with an  open mind.”

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This little Female Wren came along and began singing to her boyfriend, who appeared in less than a minute.

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13 thoughts on “Paracelsus

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    Wow, he died at such a young age. Wonder what the average life span was back in the 1400-1500’s. I think I read somewhere it was about 69 years. Anyway, nice pics once again, Peggy…

    🙂

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  2. Excellent Peggy.. Nature provides all cures.. and its a place I prefer to find them too .. And I trust herbal more often than chemical.. which is why I try to avoid the Drs lol.. and have acupuncture instead. for pain relief.. 🙂 xxx

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    1. I avoid doctors, frequently visit the health food store and use many natural herbs and supplements. There is a cure for numerous things from nature if you just investigate. I have done acupuncture also. Thanks for your comments Sue.

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