A Day In The Life

It  was time for the bullock cart to arrive..

Professor Jakobus Ziti taught at the School of Alchemy  and Cartography. He knew the writings of Paracelsus (born Philip von Hohenheim, lived 1493-1541). He spent his free time doing experiments in search of the Lapis Lazuli. Paracelsus famously wrote, “The dose makes the poison.”

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7 thoughts on “A Day In The Life

  1. Life is like music, it must be composed by ear, feeling and instinct, not by rule. Nevertheless one had better know the rules, for they sometimes guide in doubtful cases, though not often.
    Paracelsus
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    Poison is in everything, and no thing is without poison. The dosage makes it either a poison or a remedy.
    Paracelsus

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  2. A homage to the Lady of Horns, the Lady of All and the Lady of Flowers. Mercury, Ziti’s cat, was his constant companion. She even went with him to classes and recorded lectures on her Kitty-mac, under the lectern.

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  3. This was an area where he and a colleague, Professor Patel, did collaborative research. They had done their own charts and knew what mahadashas, subdashas and more were to be found. The research was extensive and they even calculated when the next 7-1/2 years of Saturn would occur (Sade-Shani).

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  4. Professor Ziti was called upon to investigate a mysterious case of a Nottinghamshire girl aged 9 sneezing 8000 times a day…or 333,.33 times an hour and 5.55 times a minute! The mother was desperate.

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