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Cerulean wrote
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The curious fourth step notes most poetically its father is the sun,,its mother the moon, the wind carries its belly, its nurse is the earth...the man as card five and Pymander passage about the fathe matches nicely if you loo look at my Delarue..
"its father is the sun, its mother the moon, the wind carries it in its belly, its nurse is the earth" is in the Latin version of the Emerald Tablet, a basic alchemical text. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emerald_Tablet, any translation except the first (which is from the Arabic).

I will be interested in seeing samples of your 1884 Divine Pymander reproduction.

I am not sure what you mean by
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Anyway, written in the preface from ix to x, there is from first to thirteen...
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