Prana Literature

Medical Alchemy and Medical Astrology Qi Anatomy and Physiology. Seven Chakras, Seven Pranas Vital Energy, etc.

The History of Pranavedic Medicine

Ancient Medical Traditions: Egyptian and Ayurvedic Medicine, Alchemy, Taoist, Greek, Philosophy, Science, Arts, Astrology, Homeopathy, Spagyrics.


 

The Tree of Pranaveda

The Four Roots : (1) Philosophia, (2) Panacea, (3) Hygiea (4) Praxis.

The Eight Branches: (1) Alchemic Pharmacy (2) Internal Medicine (3) Therapeutic Diet (4) Medical Astrology (5) Physical Medicine (6) Surgery (7) Public Hygiene (8) Internal Alchemy


 

Prana Medical Philosophy

Pranaveda Doctrines: Life, Growth, Health and Death, Maat-Harmonia, Neters-Entias, Correspondences, Signatures, Sympathies & Antipathies, Three Doshas, the Seven Planets, the Five Elements, Praxis, Paradoxes.


 

Prana Anatomy and Physiology

Pranaveda Medical Concepts: (1) Ba-Phoenix-Soul-Sulphur-Body, (2) Ka-Celestial-Spirit-Mercury-Body, (3) Knat-Elemental-Physical-Salt-Body, (4) Ankham-Archeus-Vitality, (5) Maat-Harmonia, (6) Neters-Entias, Pathology, (7) Planetary Constitutions, Systems, Organs, (8) (Diagnosis, Case Taking, Prognosis, (9) Therapeutics, Case Mangement.


 

Prana Materia Medica

Alchemic Medicines: (1) Home Remedies, Magic Medicines, (2) Spagyric, Herbal Remedies, (3) Sympathic, Homeopathic Remedies, (4) Universal Medicines, (5) Quintessences, (6) Celestial Medicines, (7) Spiritual Medicines.


 

Prana Alchemy, The Way of Harmony

Seven Jewels of Internal Alchemy: (1) Maat Lifestyle - Saturn, (2) Maat Arts - Venus, (3) Maat Diet - Jupiter, (4) Maat Medicines - Mercury, (5) Maat Exercises - Mars, (6) Maat Dreaming - Moon, (7) Maat Meditation - Sun.

Five Elements of Medical Alchemy

Earth

Water

Fire

Air

Ether

Body

Vitality

Emotions

Vital Energy

Mind

Liver

Kidney

Heart

Lungs

Brain

Metabolic

Immune

Circulatory

Respiratory

Nervous

Entropy

Resonance

Aspiration

Stability

Perception

Repair

Restoration

Maintain

Cultivate

Harvest

Energy

Adaptibility

Calmness

Well Being

Clarity

Longevity

Vitality

Harmony

Tranquility

Lucidity

Diet

Tonics

Dreaming

Tai Chi

Meditation

Anger

Fear

Desires

Attachment

Beliefs

Pathology

Miasms

Functional

Causative

Constitution

Cancer

Gonorrhea

Syphilis

Tuberculosis

Psora

Food

Water

Sunlight

Oxygen

Space

Gravity

Electromagn.

Strongforce

Weakforce

Superforce

Nature

Medicine

Alchemy

Astrology

Philosophy

Alfalfa

Equisetum

Hawthorne

Lobelia

Avena

Touch

Taste

Sight

Smell

Hearing

Biorhythms

CS pulse

Heart pulse

Breathing

Brain Waves

Salt

Mercury

Sulphur

Mercury

Mercury

Jupiter, Sat.

Venus, Moon

Sun, Mars

Mercury

Moon, Merc.

Earth

Water

Fire

Air

Ether




Internal Alchemy Praxis

The Art of Internal Alchemy teaches the Arts of Meditation, Lucid Dreaming, Vegetarian Diet, Herbs, Homeopathy, and Taijiquan. Internal Alchemy is a natural philosophy and practice based on the Five Elements. The goals are to cultivate health, healing, longevity and personal growth on all levels. Internal Alchemy raises one's Health and Conciousness simultaneously. The practices should be done in a natural, simple, and gentle manner. The best results are achieved from gradual, and steady progress.

Tibetan Medical Qigong

The Seven Chakras of Life

(1) Antarkaran Chakra, (Mind/Heart Plexus) - Antarkaran Chakra is a Four Petaled Lotus, extending on four sides, Sun

(2) Ajna Chakra, (Pineal Plexus) - Ajna Chakra is a Two Petaled Lotus, Moon

(3) Vishudda Chakra, (Throat Plexus) - Vishudda Chakra is a Sixteen Petaled Lotus, Mars

(4) Anahata Chakra, (Chest Plexus) - Anahata Chakra is a Twelve Petaled Lotus, Mercury

(5) Manipura Chakra, (Navel Plexus) - Manipura Chakra is a Eight Petaled Lotus, extending on four sides plus one below and one above, Jupiter

(6) Svadhishtana Chakra, (Sacral Plexus) - Svadhishtana Chakra is a Six Petaled Lotus, extending on four sides plus one below and one above. Venus

(7) Muladhara Chakra (Basal Plexus) - Muladhara Chakra is a Four Petaled Lotus, extending on four sides. Saturn

 

 

Seven Constitutions of Pranavedic Medicine

ANCIENT

SYMBOL
PLANET MOON MERC. VENUS SUN MARS JUPITER SATURN
DAY MONDAY WED. FRIDAY SUNDAY TUESDAY THURS. SATUR.
METAL SILVER MERC. COPPER GOLD IRON TIN LEAD
Latin Argentum Mercurius Cuprum Aurum Ferrum Stannum Plumbum
Health Perception Sensitivity Resonance Aspiration Survival Frowth Entropy
Organs Brain Lungs Kidney Heart Blood Liver Spleen
Organs Stomach Nerves Genitals Blood Gallbladder Gallbladder Joints
Organs Breast,Hypot. Throat,Ears Ovar.,Testi. Pituitary Adrenals Thyr.,Panc. Parathyroid
Tissues Marrow Lymph Mucous Plasma Musc.,Tend. Fat Bones
Systems Nervous Respiratory Genito-Urin. Circulatory Immunity Metabolic Structural
Functions Sleep,Dream Hear,Speech Sex,Taste Eyes,Vision Defense Appetite Alignment
Health Sign Clarity Adaptable Well-Being Calmness Strength Energy Order
Down Fall Fears Instability Desire Pride Anger Greed Worry
Issues Unconsc. Intellect Affections Ego Will Security Control
Herbs Aven,Valer. Lobel. Verb. Ezuis. Caul. Crat. Helian. Echni. Arn. Alfal.,Cheli. Cean. Symp.
Practices Dreaming Alchemy Homeopathy Meditation Tai Chi Veget. Diet Herbs
Zodiac Cancer Gemi.,Virgo Taur.,Libra Leo Aries,Scorp. Pisc.,Sagit. Aquar.,Capri.
Element Water Air,Metal Water Fire Fire Earth,Wood Earth
Polarity Lunar Lunar Lunar Solar Solar Solar Lunar
Doshas Mercury Mercury Mercury Sulphur Sulphur Salt Salt
PLANET MOON MERC. VENUS SUN MARS JUPITER SATURN

 

Perpetual Calendar

Find the Day of the Week You Were Born On, Your Planetary Constitution!

Use the calculator or the charts below.

Enter your Birthdate

Perpetual Calendar Charts

Following the three steps described below will enable you to determine the calendar for any month in any year from 1753 through 2030.

Note: Although these calendars all indicate 31 days per month, remember that September, April, June, and November have only 30 days, and February has 28 except in leap years when it contains 29.


Step 1:

Note the letter that follows the year you want.


Example: For the year 1955 the letter is F.


Step 2:

Under that letter, note the number corresponding to the month you want.
Example: Using the letter from above, go down F column until you reach the month desired, in this example it's August and the number is 1.


Step 3:

Using the row of the number from step 2 find your birthdate; the resulting day above that column will be the day of the date and month you chose.
Example: In row 1 the date desired is the 2nd. Therefore August 2nd, 1955 was a Tuesday.

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