Jennifer Stanbro replied to Becky Christman's discussion Fire in ARCHIVED- Discussion Forum 1-2014 for Alchemy Study Group with Robert Bosnak & Pat Berry
"Roger,

After reading this post, I checked out Cooked from the public library and have just finished reading the section on Fire. What a great recommendation! Thank you.

Pollen talks about the complexity of taste that comes about through cooking.…"
Apr 13, 2014
Ellen Kaplan-Maxfield replied to Jennifer Stanbro's discussion Readings in ARCHIVED- Discussion Forum 1-2014 for Alchemy Study Group with Robert Bosnak & Pat Berry
"Hi Jennifer,
Location 278 (of 7301) in the ebook is near the starting point, it looks like. Search for following words at the top of p. 22:
of fertility. The bitch is in heat: “Solo aestu libidinis,” the heat alone of the libido releases Mithras…"
Feb 20, 2014
Jennifer Stanbro replied to Jennifer Stanbro's discussion Readings in ARCHIVED- Discussion Forum 1-2014 for Alchemy Study Group with Robert Bosnak & Pat Berry
"Perfect. Thanks, Holly."
Feb 19, 2014
Holly Esch replied to Jennifer Stanbro's discussion Readings in ARCHIVED- Discussion Forum 1-2014 for Alchemy Study Group with Robert Bosnak & Pat Berry
"K. Think I got it:

Alchemist as artist of the fire, needing knowledge to speed up nature's fire. P. 22

"if alchemy is the art of fire, and alchemists, "artists of fire,"" Location 293, 4%.

Four grades of the fire and the difference between…"
Feb 19, 2014
Holly Esch replied to Jennifer Stanbro's discussion Readings in ARCHIVED- Discussion Forum 1-2014 for Alchemy Study Group with Robert Bosnak & Pat Berry
"They didn't offer snippets this time, did they? With a phrase or partial sentence you can use the search function to find the place.

I laugh at how Kindle's designers worked so hard to simulate the experience of turning pages -- on my iPad there's…"
Feb 18, 2014

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