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 Waite, A. E., (1896) //The Turba Philosophorum//;​ or, Assembly of the sages, called also the book of truth in the art and the third Pythagorical synod. Publisher London, G. Redway Waite, A. E., (1896) //The Turba Philosophorum//;​ or, Assembly of the sages, called also the book of truth in the art and the third Pythagorical synod. Publisher London, G. Redway
  
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 pp175 "Take that tree, and build a house about it, which shall wholly surround the same, which shall also be circular, dark, encircled by dew, and shall have placed on it a man of a hundred years; shut and secure the door lest dust or wind should reach them. Then in the time of 180 days send them away to their homes. I say that man shall not cease to eat of the fruit of that tree to the perfection of the number [of the days] until the old man shall become young. O what marvellous natures, which have transformed the soul of that old man into a juvenile body, and the father is made into the son ! Blessed be thou, O most excellent God !" <fc green>​The reference to 180 days is interesting. ​ 180 degrees is a turn-around?</​fc>​ pp175 "Take that tree, and build a house about it, which shall wholly surround the same, which shall also be circular, dark, encircled by dew, and shall have placed on it a man of a hundred years; shut and secure the door lest dust or wind should reach them. Then in the time of 180 days send them away to their homes. I say that man shall not cease to eat of the fruit of that tree to the perfection of the number [of the days] until the old man shall become young. O what marvellous natures, which have transformed the soul of that old man into a juvenile body, and the father is made into the son ! Blessed be thou, O most excellent God !" <fc green>​The reference to 180 days is interesting. ​ 180 degrees is a turn-around?</​fc>​