On the choice of grace, Jacob Böhme

On the choice of grace

On the choice of grace 850 480 V.M. Kwen Khan Khu

But what do we refer to when we speak of the STATE OF GRACE? Without a doubt, we are referring to the search for the salvation of our soul or the values that pertain to it, that is to be in a state of GRACE.

Contemplation of divine revelation , Jacob Böhme

Contemplation of divine revelation 

Contemplation of divine revelation  850 480 V.M. Kwen Khan Khu

First of all, we must know that this illustration was the work of the great German mystic named Jacob Böhme. This engraving is the title page of a work by the aforementioned author and the publishers asked Jacob Böhme 177 theosophical questions, of which the author answered 15.

Jesus and Moses, Misterium Magnum, Jacob Böhme

Jesus and Moses 

Jesus and Moses  850 480 V.M. Kwen Khan Khu

Very endearing readers:
I approach all of you to send you a Gnostic description of the present engraving that corresponds to a book called MISTERIUM MAGNUM and which refers to ”Jesus and Moses”

The vision of a knight, Raffaello Sanzio

The vision of a knight

The vision of a knight 850 480 V.M. Kwen Khan Khu

I am communicating with all of you on this occasion to write to you about a work by the great Italian artist called Raphael or Raffaello Sanzio of Urbino ─1483-1520─. The title of this work is ”The vision of a knight”

The lament of Nature to the wandering alchemist, Jean Perreal

The lament of Nature to the wandering alchemist

The lament of Nature to the wandering alchemist 850 480 V.M. Kwen Khan Khu

This work of art was created in the year 1516. It was the work of Jean Perreal of Paris.
The central part of this alchemical illustration shows us the Alchemist standing looking at Mercury, who is seated on a hearth, which in turn is part of a tree.

The ecstasy of Saint Cecilia, Raffaello Sanzio

The ecstasy of Saint Cecilia

The ecstasy of Saint Cecilia 850 480 V.M. Kwen Khan Khu

The painting shows us Saint Cecilia, dressed in a beautiful golden robe, raising her eyes to the sky and holding an organ in her hands. The organ was a highly revered musical instrument during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance because the music that this instrument emits is very spiritual.

The appearance of the Sacred Fire, Johann Kunckel

The appearance of the Sacred Fire

The appearance of the Sacred Fire 850 480 V.M. Kwen Khan Khu

The image shown in this engraving appeared on the first pages of a book entitled The First Part of the Curious School of Art and Work, published in 1696, Des curieusen Kunstund Weerck-Schul ester ─und anderer─. The artist of this engraving was Johann Kunckel, who lived between 1630 and 1703.

Mystical nights or the key to the mysteries, Karl von Eckartshausen

Mystical nights or the key to the mysteries

Mystical nights or the key to the mysteries 850 480 V.M. Kwen Khan Khu

I hasten to send you this engraving entitled Mystical nights or the key to the mysteries. This beautiful illustration shows us the search for our Philosopher’s Stone with many of its details.

The secret candelabrum, Perspective on magic

The secret candelabrum

The secret candelabrum 1770 1216 V.M. Kwen Khan Khu

First of all, it is necessary that you know that this engraving is part of the same book that was called Perspective on magic, written by Karl Von Eckartshausen, who lived between 1752 and 1803.

The obelisk

The obelisk

The obelisk 850 480 V.M. Kwen Khan Khu

To begin with, we have to say that obelisks were first shown as part of Egyptian architecture. They, the Egyptians, direct descendants of the Atlanteans, arrived in the lands of Cairona and there they began to lay the foundations of what would later be a great empire of both light and great architectural imagery.