Richard G. Petty, MD

Investigating the Universe


“It is every one’s duty to investigate the mysteries and wonderful secrets which the Creator has infused into all things.”    

–Basilius Valentinus (a.k.a. Basil Valentine, German 15th Century Alchemist and Canon of the Benedictine Priory of Sankt Peter in Erfurt, Germany)

“The Triumphal Chariot of Antimony: With the Commentary of Theodore Kerchringius, Doctor of Medicine” (Basil Valentine, Theodor Kerckring, Arthur Edward Waite, Joseph Bouleur)

Insights of Sages and Masters


“That sages, widely separated geographically and with diverse environments and temperaments, should arrive at the same general conclusions attests the accuracy of their findings.”   

–Manly P. Hall (American Theosophist, Freemason, Writer and Lecturer, 1901-1990)                                             

“Lectures on Ancient Philosophy” (Manly P. Hall)

Something Beyond the Borderline

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“That there is something beyond the borderline, beyond the frontiers of knowledge, is shown by the archetypes and most clearly of all, by numbers, which this side of the border are quantities but on the other side are autonomous psychic entities, capable of making qualitative statements which manifest themselves in a priori patterns of order.”        

–Carl G. Jung (Swiss Psychologist and Psychiatrist, 1875-1961)   

“Flying Saucers : A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Skies” (C. G. Jung)

The Grandeur of the Mysteries


“Let the mind be enlarged, according to its capacity, to the grandeur of the mysteries, and not the mysteries contracted to the narrowness of the mind.”    

–Sir Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount Saint Albans, Baron of Verulam (English Lawyer, Statesman, Philosopher and, from 1618-1621, Lord Chancellor of England, 1561-1626)

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