Lavinius and alchemy :http://www.alchemywebsite.com/a-archive_dec01.html
One problem is that our Lavin or Lavinius has many names and surnames: for
instance it s known in BNF ( French National Bibliotheque ) as Vinceslas,
and also Wenceslaus, all reminding us of Vaclav of course, sometime he is referenced at
as Venceslas, etc...
Hi Jean,I made the rough translation of Lavinius's "Tractatus de Caelo Terrestri" myself. In my haste, I missed a few basic corrections noted below."The natural removes the substantial excrement, well with the terrestrial limo (slime) that is converted in later or will for adustion (scorching).""The art is above the laws of nature and finally remains transformed in a king who infinitely rebase (outgrows; is reborn?) to other truths."In most cases the original punctuation has not been altered. For a proper translation into English, my efforts clearly need further work.There is very little on the internet that I have been able to find on Václav Lavín.Previously referenced:Czech:Referenced by Václav Bøezan:Reference to LAVÍN Z OTTENFELDU:Matyá? Tymín Lavín z OttenfelduFestival of the Five-petal Rose: (possibly related to Baresch's seal)----- Original Message -----From: jean-yves arteroSent: Sunday, November 28, 2004 10:40 AMSubject: Re: VMs: Southern AlchemyHi Dana,Great! Did you translate it yourself or found it on the web ( I was unable to ) or...? This is anyway the first English version I happen to see.As Jan told, there is enough hint to the identification of Lavin Vaclav with Lavinius Venceslas for now. As you possibly saw, the hunt for Pontanus is more intricate, and Baresch looks really to be - at the moment - an "invisible".Would you happen to learn more about V.L., I'll surely be interested.
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