"Aelia laelia crispis" is part of an allegorical inscription that 16th and 17th alchemists long puzzled over. Carl Jung translated it in his Mysterium Coniunctionis: "Aelia Laelia Crispis, neither man nor woman, nor mongrel, nor maid, nor boy, nor crone, nor chaste, nor whore, nor virtuous, but all."
 Orgia is the plural of orgion, an ecstatic form of worship in ancient Greece associated with Dionysus.
 The kana says "arupedo," but it probably is supposed to be "arubedo," i.e. "albedo," an alchemical process literally known as "whitening" that is vital in the creation of a Philosopher's Stone.
 Solutio is a major alchemical process closely linked with water, purification and dissolution; it is the process by which matter returns to its most basic, undifferentiated form.
 The Thanatos principle refers to the "death drive" postulated by Freud as being the self-destructive urge of living things to die. The Eros principle or life instinct, which is the urge to create life, its its opposite. The two principles war against each other.
 Atman (literally "self") is a concept important in Hinduism, Buddhism, and other religions, and refers to one's true self.
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