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la méchanique du coeur • alchimie

la méchanique du coeur • alchimie
is there a receipe for a happy heart ? ... la recette pour l'élixir d'amour

Shinta Suryani, Hans-Georg Kaiser, Massimo Tomasello, Silje and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


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Sherry ~ Rebujito
Sherry ~ Rebujito
oh I know what it is :-DDDDDDD
10 years ago.
mo | has replied to Sherry ~ Rebujito
really ? who told you that ? and would
you share this with me , sherry-dearest-bitch ;)
xoxox
10 years ago.
Sherry ~ Rebujito has replied to mo |
hee hee you know it too fellow romantic fool ;-PPP
your dearest lil bitch doesn't need to tell you:-D
XOXOXOXO
10 years ago.
mo | has replied to Sherry ~ Rebujito
she should .. i'm not sure i know - dearest lill' bitch
xoxox
10 years ago.
limone
limone
im thumbnail hat die rechte flasche ein grinsendes gesicht... oder es ist einfach schon zu spät in der nacht... ;-)
10 years ago.
mo | has replied to limone
vielleicht mag sie dich und flirtet mit dir :)
10 years ago.
limone has replied to mo |
*gg*
10 years ago.
mo | has replied to limone
psss ... jetzt ist sie hoffnungslos verliebt ;)
10 years ago.
limone has replied to mo |
awwwwwwww....
10 years ago.
Shi*
Shi*
Quicksilver knows ... :)
10 years ago.
mo | has replied to Shi*
hmmm .. you mean quicksilver
the stuff in thermometers ?
if yes , what you mean ?
10 years ago.
Shi* has replied to mo |
From wikipedia:
Alchemists often thought of mercury as the First Matter from which all metals were formed. They believed that different metals could be produced by varying the quality and quantity of sulfur contained within the mercury. The purest of these was gold, and mercury was required for the transmutation of base (or impure) metals into gold as was the goal of many alchemists.

Hg is the modern chemical symbol for mercury. It comes from hydrargyrum, a Latinized form of the Greek word `Υδραργυρος (hydrargyros), which is a compound word meaning "water" and "silver" — since it is liquid, like water, and yet has a silvery metallic sheen. The element was named after the Roman god Mercury, known for speed and mobility. It is associated with the planet Mercury. The astrological symbol for the planet is also one of the alchemical symbols for the metal. Mercury is the only metal for which the alchemical planetary name became the common name.

Mercury, like Hermes, was also a messenger of the gods.

So, if anyone knows the alchemy of the workings of the heart, Quicksilver could be the one!

Sorry, a very obscure reference!
10 years ago.
mo | has replied to Shi*
thanks so much for the information ..
there's always something more i'm learning
from you - and i love that !
10 years ago.