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Secretum Philosophorum Book III, ‘Dialectic’ ‘teaches to discern between true and false’ ("Dialetica docet discernere verum a falso et ab apparenti vero"). It collects various tricks for deceiving the five senses, with mirrors and conjuring tricks.
Secretum Philosophorum Book VI, ‘Geometry’ ‘teaches magnitudes, i.e. to measure’ ("Geometria docet de magnitudinibus id est de mensuris quantitatum"). It gives practical tricks for measuring, especially buildings.
Secretum Philosophorum Book V: The recipe for gut strings has been published by (1944-5).
Turba Philosophorum "1) The creator of the World is Allah, the God of Islam; 2) The world is of a uniform nature; 3) All creatures of the upper as well as of the lower world are composed of all four elements."
Secretum Philosophorum Nearly 30 manuscripts of the "Secretum philosophorum" survive, making it something of a medieval 'bestseller', and Lynn Thorndike considered the "Secretum philosophorum" to have formed part of the general intellectual furniture of most even partially well-read individuals, and urged its publication. Nevertheless, as yet no complete edition or translation has been published.
Turba Philosophorum The Turba Philosophorum, also known as Assembly of the Philosophers, is one of the oldest European alchemy texts, translated from the Arabic, like the Picatrix. It is considered to have been written c. 900 A.D.
Turba Philosophorum In print, the title occurs in the "Auriferae artis, quam chemiam vocant, antiquissimi authores, sive Turba philosophorum" of 1572, and later works. A page from the Newton Project references a work of essentially the same title, but of 1610. There the "Turba" is described as "an anthology of pre-medieval alchemical texts published in Latin translation (from Arabic)". Another source is given as the 1659-61 edition of Lazarus Zetzner's "Theatrum Chemicum".
Filius philosophorum The filius philosophorum (Latin for "the philosophers' child", i.e. made by the true students of philosophy) is a symbol in alchemy. In some texts it is equated with the philosopher's stone ("lapis philosophorum"), but in others it assumes its own symbolic meanings. Other terms for the "filius philosophorum" include filius sapientiae ("child of wisdom"), infans noster ("our child"), infans solaris ("sun child"), infans lunaris ("moon child"), and infans solaris lunaris ("sun moon child").
Secretum Philosophorum Prologue ("Iste liber quem per manibus habemus vocatur Secretum Philosophorum.")
Secretum Philosophorum Book IV, ‘Arithmetic’ ‘teaches numbers per se’ ("Arismetrica docet de numero per se"). It rejoices in the multiplication of chains of immense numbers.