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  • The other three alchemical stages were nigredo (blackness), albedo (whiteness), and rubedo (redness).

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  • In the Jungian archetypal schema the nigredo is the Shadow; albedo refers to the anima/animus (contrasexual soul images); citrinitas is the Wise old man (or woman) archetype; and rubedo is the Self archetype, which has achieved wholeness.

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  • Si a sanguine, venit rubedo oculorum et faciei, plurimus risus.

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  • The rubedo is highlighted by the resolution of story contraries, the production of

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  • The wide and complicated web of schools taught the various aspects of alchemy, involving the philosophy of its Magnum Opus (The Great Work) that consisted of: "nigredo" (or putrefactio), the blackening (or putrefaction) - referring to individuation, purification, burning impurity; "albedo", whitening - meaning enlightenment or becoming spiritual, and "rubedo", the reddening - namely the unity of man with god, merging of the limited into the unlimited.

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  • From Tiffany 2012 Christmas Catalog, "Now, In addition to sterling silver, and 18 karat gold, Tiffany 1837 (TM) is available in Rubedo (TM) metal, a Tiffany creation with the rose luminiescence of a sunrise." and "Tiffany 1837 (TM) ultra wide cuff in Rubedo (TM) metal inscribed with Charles Lewis Tiffany's signature, $7,500."

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