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1.rb_-_Paracelsus_-_Part_III_-_Paracelsus
1.rb_-_Paracelsus_-_Part_II_-_Paracelsus_Attains
1.rb_-_Paracelsus_-_Part_I_-_Paracelsus_Aspires
1.rb_-_Paracelsus_-_Part_IV_-_Paracelsus_Aspires
1.rb_-_Paracelsus_-_Part_V_-_Paracelsus_Attains

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03.04_-_The_Other_Aspect_of_European_Culture
1.01_-_Archetypes_of_the_Collective_Unconscious
1.01_-_Principles_of_Practical_Psycho_therapy
1.05_-_THE_HOSTILE_BROTHERS_-_ARCHETYPES_OF_RESPONSE_TO_THE_UNKNOWN
1.08a_-_The_Ladder
1.08_-_Psycho_therapy_Today
1.09_-_A_System_of_Vedic_Psychology
1.09_-_Fundamental_Questions_of_Psycho_therapy
1.1.05_-_The_Siddhis
1.13_-_Gnostic_Symbols_of_the_Self
1.14_-_Bibliography
1.14_-_The_Structure_and_Dynamics_of_the_Self
1.15_-_Index
1f.lovecraft_-_The_Case_of_Charles_Dexter_Ward
1f.lovecraft_-_The_Evil_Clergyman
1.rb_-_Paracelsus_-_Part_III_-_Paracelsus
1.rb_-_Paracelsus_-_Part_II_-_Paracelsus_Attains
1.rb_-_Paracelsus_-_Part_I_-_Paracelsus_Aspires
1.rb_-_Paracelsus_-_Part_IV_-_Paracelsus_Aspires
1.rb_-_Paracelsus_-_Part_V_-_Paracelsus_Attains
2.01_-_THE_ARCANE_SUBSTANCE_AND_THE_POINT
2.02_-_THE_SCINTILLA
3.00.2_-_Introduction
3.02_-_SOL
3.02_-_The_Psychology_of_Rebirth
3.03_-_SULPHUR
3.04_-_LUNA
3.05_-_SAL
3.10_-_The_New_Birth
3.20_-_Of_the_Eucharist
5.01_-_ADAM_AS_THE_ARCANE_SUBSTANCE
5.02_-_THE_STATUE
5.08_-_ADAM_AS_TOTALITY
6.01_-_THE_ALCHEMICAL_VIEW_OF_THE_UNION_OF_OPPOSITES
6.02_-_STAGES_OF_THE_CONJUNCTION
6.04_-_THE_MEANING_OF_THE_ALCHEMICAL_PROCEDURE
6.05_-_THE_PSYCHOLOGICAL_INTERPRETATION_OF_THE_PROCEDURE
6.08_-_THE_CONTENT_AND_MEANING_OF_THE_FIRST_TWO_STAGES
6.09_-_THE_THIRD_STAGE_-_THE_UNUS_MUNDUS
6.0_-_Conscious,_Unconscious,_and_Individuation
BOOK_II._--_PART_III._ADDENDA._SCIENCE_AND_THE_SECRET_DOCTRINE_CONTRASTED
BOOK_II._--_PART_II._THE_ARCHAIC_SYMBOLISM_OF_THE_WORLD-RELIGIONS
BOOK_I._--_PART_I._COSMIC_EVOLUTION
BOOK_I._--_PART_III._SCIENCE_AND_THE_SECRET_DOCTRINE_CONTRASTED
Book_of_Imaginary_Beings_(text)
Liber_111_-_The_Book_of_Wisdom_-_LIBER_ALEPH_VEL_CXI
Liber_46_-_The_Key_of_the_Mysteries
The_Act_of_Creation_text
The_Dwellings_of_the_Philosophers

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Paracelsus adopted Ares as signifying the power back of the differentiating forces in the kosmos, or those differentiated forces themselves, which Blavatsky equates with fohat.

Paracelsus cites Iofiel as the intelligence of the

Paracelsus’ doctrine of Talismans, Agiel is the

Paracelsus. Four Treatises. Tr. from the German by

Paracelsus in his doctrine of Talismans. [Rf.

Paracelsus, Theophrastus Bombast: (1493-1541) Of Hohenheim, was a physician who endeavored to use philosophy as one of the "pillars" of medical science. His philosophy is a weird combination of Neo-Platonism, experimentalism, and superstitious magic. He rejected much of the traditional theory of Galen and the Arab physicians. His works (Labyrinthus, Opus paramirum, Die grosse Wundarznei, De natura rerum) were written in Swiss-German, translated into Latin by his followers, recent investigators make no attempt to distinguish his personal thought from that of his school. Thorndyke, L., Hist. of Magic and Experimental Science (N. Y., 1941), V, 615-651. -- V.J.B.



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1:Be not another, if you can be yourself. ~ Paracelsus,
2:I am different. Let this not upset you.
   ~ Paracelsus,
3:Sorcery has been called Magic: but Magic is Wisdom, and there is no wisdom in Sorcery ~ Paracelsus,
4:All knowledge comes from the stars. Men do not invent or create ideas; the ideas exist and men are able to grasp them. ~ Paracelsus,
5:The greater the tension, the greater the potential. Great energy springs from a correspondingly great tension of opposites. ~ Carl Jung, "Paracelsus as a Spiritual Phenomenon" (1942), CW 13, § 154.,
6:For who could be taught the knowledge of experience from paper? Since paper has the property to produce lazy and sleepy people, who are haughty and learn to persuade themselves and to fly without wings. . . . Therefore the most fundamental thing is to hasten to experience. ~ Paracelsus,
7:He who knows nothing, loves nothing. He who can do nothing understands nothing. He who understands nothing is worthless. But he who understands also loves, notices, sees ... The more knowledge is inherent in a thing, the greater the love.... Anyone who imagines that all fruits ripen at the same time as the strawberries knows nothing about grapes. ~ Paracelsus,
8:They made figures of brass, and tried to induce souls to indwell them. In some accounts we read that they succeeded; Friar Bacon was credited with one such Homunculus; so was Albertus Magnus, and, I think, Paracelsus. "He had, at least, a devil in his long sword 'which taught him all the cunning pranks of past and future mountebanks, ~ Aleister Crowley, Moonchild,
9:There is an earthly sun, which is the cause of all heat, and all who are able to see may see the sun; and those who are blind and cannot see him may feel his heat. There is an Eternal Sun, which is the source of all wisdom, and those whose spiritual senses have awakened to life will see that sun and be conscious of His existence; but those who have not attained spiritual consciousness may yet feel His power by an inner faculty which is called Intuition. ~ Paracelsus,
10:Medieval alchemy prepared the way for the greatest intervention in the divine world that man has ever attempted: alchemy was the dawn of the scientific age, when the daemon of the scientific spirit compelled the forces of nature to serve man to an extent that had never been known before. It was from the spirit of alchemy that Goethe wrought the figure of the "superman" Faust, and this superman led Nietzsche's Zarathustra to declare that God was dead and to proclaim the will to give birth to the superman, to "create a god for yourself out of your seven devils." Here we find the true roots, the preparatory processes deep in the psyche, which unleashed the forces at work in the world today. Science and technology have indeed conquered the world, but whether the psyche has gained anything is another matter. ~ Carl Jung, "Paracelsus as a Spiritual Phenomenon" (1942), CW 13, § 163.,
11:In the Judeo-Christian tradition, it is called 'the resurrection body ' and 'the glorified body.' The prophet Isaiah said, 'The dead shall live, their bodies shall rise' (Isa. 26:19). St. Paul called it 'the celestial body' or 'spiritual body ' (soma pneumatikon) (I Corinthians 15:40). In Sufism it is called 'the most sacred body ' (wujud al-aqdas) and 'supracelestial body ' (jism asli haqiqi). In Taoism, it is called 'the diamond body,' and those who have attained it are called 'the immortals' and 'the cloudwalkers.' In Tibetan Buddhism it is called 'the light body.' In Tantrism and some schools of yoga, it is called 'the vajra body,' 'the adamantine body,' and 'the divine body.' In Kriya yoga it is called 'the body of bliss.' In Vedanta it is called 'the superconductive body.' In Gnosticism and Neoplatonism, it is called 'the radiant body.' In the alchemical tradition, the Emerald Tablet calls it 'the Glory of the Whole Universe' and 'the golden body.' The alchemist Paracelsus called it 'the astral body.' In the Hermetic Corpus, it is called 'the immortal body ' (soma athanaton). In some mystery schools, it is called 'the solar body.' In Rosicrucianism, it is called 'the diamond body of the temple of God.' In ancient Egypt it was called 'the luminous body or being' (akh). In Old Persia it was called 'the indwelling divine potential' (fravashi or fravarti). In the Mithraic liturgy it was called 'the perfect body ' (soma teilion). In the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo, it is called 'the divine body,' composed of supramental substance. In the philosophy of Teilhard de Chardin, it is called 'the ultrahuman'.
   ~ ?, http://herebedragons.weebly.com/homo-lumen.html,
12:Although a devout student of the Bible, Paracelsus instinctively adopted the broad patterns of essential learning, as these had been clarified by Pythagoras of Samos and Plato of Athens. Being by nature a mystic as well as a scientist, he also revealed a deep regard for the Neoplatonic philosophy as expounded by Plotinus, Iamblichus, and Proclus. Neo­platonism is therefore an invaluable aid to the interpretation of the Paracelsian doctrine.
   Paracelsus held that true knowledge is attained in two ways, or rather that the pursuit of knowledge is advanced by a two-fold method, the elements of which are completely interdependent. In our present terminology, we can say that these two parts of method are intuition and experience. To Paracelsus, these could never be divided from each other.
   The purpose of intuition is to reveal certain basic ideas which must then be tested and proven by experience. Experience, in turn, not only justifies intuition, but contributes certain additional knowledge by which the impulse to further growth is strengthened and developed. Paracelsus regarded the separation of intuition and experience to be a disaster, leading inevitably to greater error and further disaster. Intuition without experience allows the mind to fall into an abyss of speculation without adequate censorship by practical means. Experience without intuition could never be fruitful because fruitfulness comes not merely from the doing of things, but from the overtones which stimulate creative thought. Further, experience is meaningless unless there is within man the power capable of evaluating happenings and occurrences. The absence of this evaluating factor allows the individual to pass through many kinds of experiences, either misinterpreting them or not inter­ preting them at all. So Paracelsus attempted to explain intuition and how man is able to apprehend that which is not obvious or apparent. Is it possible to prove beyond doubt that the human being is capable of an inward realization of truths or facts without the assistance of the so-called rational faculty?
   According to Paracelsus, intuition was possible because of the existence in nature of a mysterious substance or essence-a universal life force. He gave this many names, but for our purposes, the simplest term will be appropriate. He compared it to light, further reasoning that there are two kinds of light: a visible radiance, which he called brightness, and an invisible radiance, which he called darkness. There is no essential difference between light and darkness. There is a dark light, which appears luminous to the soul but cannot be sensed by the body. There is a visible radiance which seems bright to the senses, but may appear dark to the soul. We must recognize that Paracelsus considered light as pertaining to the nature of being, the total existence from which all separate existences arise. Light not only contains the energy needed to support visible creatures, and the whole broad expanse of creation, but the invisible part of light supports the secret powers and functions of man, particularly intuition. Intuition, therefore, relates to the capacity of the individual to become attuned to the hidden side of life. By light, then, Paracelsus implies much more than the radiance that comes from the sun, a lantern, or a candle. To him, light is the perfect symbol, emblem, or figure of total well-being. Light is the cause of health. Invisible light, no less real if unseen, is the cause of wisdom. As the light of the body gives strength and energy, sustaining growth and development, so the light of the soul bestows understanding, the light of the mind makes wisdom possible, and the light of the spirit confers truth. Therefore, truth, wisdom, understanding, and health are all manifesta­ tions or revelations ot one virtue or power. What health is to the body, morality is to the emotions, virtue to the soul, wisdom to the mind, and reality to the spirit. This total content of living values is contained in every ray of visible light. This ray is only a manifestation upon one level or plane of the total mystery of life. Therefore, when we look at a thing, we either see its objective, physical form, or we apprehend its inner light Everything that lives, lives in light; everything that has an existence, radiates light. All things derive their life from light, and this light, in its root, is life itself. This, indeed, is the light that lighteth every man who cometh into the world. ~ Manly P Hall, Paracelsus,
13:The best travel has aways been in the realm of the imagination. ~ Paracelsus,
14:All things are poison, and nothing is without poison, the dosage alone makes it so a thing is not a poison. ~ Paracelsus

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1:The dose makes the poison. ~ Paracelsus
2:The dose makes the poison... ~ Paracelsus
3:As you talk, so is your heart. ~ Paracelsus
4:He who knows nothing, loves nothing. ~ Paracelsus
5:The main reason for healing is love. ~ Paracelsus
6:Man is ill because he is never still. ~ Paracelsus
7:I am different. Let this not upset you ~ Paracelsus
8:Be not another, if you can be yourself. ~ Paracelsus
9:A little bit of beer is divine medicine. ~ Paracelsus
10:Be not another, if you can be yourself. ~ Paracelsus,
11:The highest degree of a medicine is Love. ~ Paracelsus
12:I am different. Let this not upset you.
   ~ Paracelsus,
13:The interpretation of dreams is a great art. ~ Paracelsus
14:Women's regular bleeding engenders phantoms. ~ Paracelsus
15:Everything is a drug; it depends on the dose. ~ Paracelsus
16:The art of medicine has its roots in the heart. ~ Paracelsus
17:Let no one who can be his own belong to another. ~ Paracelsus
18:One who lives within reason lives without the spirit ~ Paracelsus
19:That which lives on reason lives against the spirit. ~ Paracelsus
20:The right dose differentiates a poison from a remedy ~ Paracelsus
21:All things are poison, and nothing is without poison. ~ Paracelsus
22:Fasting is the greatest remedy-- the physician within. ~ Paracelsus
23:All drugs are poisons the benefit depends on the dosage. ~ Paracelsus
24:As Paracelsus said, ‘Dose alone makes a poison.’” The ~ Mary Jo Putney
25:This process is alchemy: its founder is the smith Vulcan. ~ Paracelsus
26:The most secure method, to ruin your health, is a SICK BED! ~ Paracelsus
27:Time is a brisk wind, for each hour it brings something new. ~ Paracelsus
28:The beginning of wisdom is the beginning of supernatural power. ~ Paracelsus
29:The best travel has aways been in the realm of the imagination. ~ Paracelsus,
30:Truly it has been said that there is nothing new under the sun, ~ Paracelsus
31:In every human being there is a special heaven, whole and unbroken. ~ Paracelsus
32:Dreams must be heeded and accepted. For a great many of them come true. ~ Paracelsus
33:Whether wine is a nourishment, medicine or poison is a matter of dosage ~ Paracelsus
34:The art of medicine cannot be inherited, nor can it be copied from books ~ Paracelsus
35:Nothing is hidden so much that it wouldn't be revealed through its fruit. ~ Paracelsus
36:Medicine rests upon four pillars - philosophy, astronomy, alchemy, and ethics. ~ Paracelsus
37:The learned Paracelsus wrote that anything is poisonous in sufficient dosage. ~ Dave Duncan
38:Know that the philosopher has power over the stars, and not the stars over him. ~ Paracelsus
39:The human body is vapor materialized by sunshine mixed with the life of the stars. ~ Paracelsus
40:Everything is a poison, nothing is a poison.
It is the dose that makes the poison ~ Paracelsus
41:Sorcery has been called Magic: but Magic is Wisdom, and there is no wisdom in Sorcery ~ Paracelsus,
42:Nature also forges man, now a gold man, now a silver man, now a fig man, now a bean man. ~ Paracelsus
43:There is no substance which is not a poison; all are poisonous. Only the dose determines. ~ Paracelsus
44:Every body consists of three ingredients. The names of these are Sulphur, Mercury, and Salt. ~ Paracelsus
45:Consider that we shouldn't call our brother a fool, since we don't know ourselves what we are. ~ Paracelsus
46:All things are poisons. It is simply the dose that distinguishes between a poison and a remedy. ~ Paracelsus
47:The saints are in heaven, not in wood.
De morbis ex incantationibus et impressionibus ~ Paracelsus
48:Thoughts create a new heaven, a new firmament, a new source of energy, from which new arts flow. ~ Paracelsus
49:Alterius non sit qui suus esse potest. (Let no man belong to another that can belong to himself.) ~ Paracelsus
50:Could we but rightly comprehend the mind of man, nothing would be impossible to us upon the earth. ~ Paracelsus
51:The book of Nature is that which the physician must read; and to do so he must walk over the leaves. ~ Paracelsus
52:This is alchemy, and this is the office of Vulcan; he is the apothecary and chemist of the medicine. ~ Paracelsus
53:What the eyes perceive in herbs or stones or trees is not yet a remedy; the eyes see only the dross. ~ Paracelsus
54:...anyone who thinks that all fruits ripen at the same time as strawberries, knows nothing of grapes. ~ Paracelsus
55:God is the perfect poet,  Who in his person acts his own creations. ~ Robert Browning, Paracelsus (1835), Part II
56:All things are poison and nothing is without poison, only the dose permits something not to be poisonous. ~ Paracelsus
57:Poison is in everything, and no thing is without poison. The dosage makes it either a poison or a remedy. ~ Paracelsus
58:Anyone who imagines that all fruits ripen at the same time as the strawberries knows nothing about grapes. ~ Paracelsus
59:The ultimate cause of human disease is the consequence of our transgression of the universal laws of life. ~ Paracelsus
60:The physician must give heed to the region in which the patient lives, that is to say, to its type and peculiarities. ~ Paracelsus
61:That we devote ourselves to God is seen  In living just as though no God there were. ~ Robert Browning, Paracelsus (1835), Part I
62:All knowledge comes from the stars. Men do not invent or create ideas; the ideas exist and men are able to grasp them. ~ Paracelsus,
63:All that man needs for health and healing has been provided by God in nature, the Challenge of science is to find it. ~ Paracelsus
64:He who knows nothing, loves nothing. He who can do nothing understands nothing. He who understands nothing is worthless. ~ Paracelsus
65:Love, hope, fear, faith—these make humanity; These are its sign and note and character —Robert Browning, Paracelsus ~ Cassandra Clare
66:Men who are devoid of the power of spiritual perception are unable to recognize anything that cannot be seen externally. ~ Paracelsus
67:All things are poisons, for there is nothing without poisonous qualities. It is only the dose which makes a thing poison. ~ Paracelsus
68:Dreams are not without meaning wherever they may come from — from fantasy, from the elements, or from another inspiration. ~ Paracelsus
69:Love, hope, fear, faith—these make humanity; These are its sign and note and character —Robert Browning, Paracelsus In ~ Cassandra Clare
70:What we should be after death, we have to attain in life, i.e. holiness and bliss. Here on earth the Kingdom of God begins. ~ Paracelsus
71:The art of healing comes from nature, not from the physician. Therefore the physician must start from nature, with an open mind. ~ Paracelsus
72:As man imagines himself to be, so shall he be, and he is that which he imagines.” So said Paracelsus in the fifteenth century. ~ Liane Moriarty
73:Then God sends us such a messenger who appears to us in spirit, warns us, consoles us, teaches us, and brings us His good tidings. ~ Paracelsus
74:Europe shall be the head, Asia the crown, but Africa shall be the jewel.

"Another Prognostication by Theophrastus Paracelsus ~ Paracelsus
75:For it is we who must pray for our daily bread, and if He grants it to us, it is only through our labour, our skill and preparation. ~ Paracelsus
76:Medicine is not merely a science but an art. The character of the physician may act more powerfully upon the patient than the drugs employed. ~ Paracelsus
77:There is in each person, in every animal, bird and plant a star which mirrors, matches or is in some sense the same as a star in the heavens. ~ Paracelsus
78:A mortal lives not through that breath that flows in and that flows out. The source of his life is another and this causes the breath to flow. ~ Paracelsus
79:Since nothing is so secret or hidden that it cannot be revealed, everything depends on the discovery of those things that manifest the hidden. ~ Paracelsus
80:What sense would it make or what would it benfit a physician if he discovered the origin of the diseases but could not cure or alleviate them? ~ Paracelsus
81:All numbers are multiples of one, all sciences converge to a common point, all wisdom comes out of one center, and the number of wisdom is one. ~ Paracelsus
82:Time is a brisk wind, for each hour it brings something new... but who can understand and measure its sharp breath, its mystery and its design? ~ Paracelsus
83:It would be an error to try to build the Kingdom of Heaven upon envy. For nothing that is founded on envy can thrive; it must have another root. ~ Paracelsus
84:All arts lie in man, though not all are apparent. Awakening brings them out. To be taught is nothing; everything is in man waiting to be awakened. ~ Paracelsus
85:From time immemorial artistic insights have been revealed to artists in their sleep and in dreams, so that at all times they ardently desired them. ~ Paracelsus
86:Although Alchemy has now fallen into contempt, and is even considered a thing of the past, the physicain should not be influenced by such judgements. ~ Paracelsus
87:But is not He who created it for the sake of the sick body more than the remedy? And is not He who cures the soul, which is more than the body, greater? ~ Paracelsus
88:Every physician must be rich in knowledge, and not only of that which is written in books; his patients should be his book, they will never mislead him. ~ Paracelsus
89:We do not know it because we are fooling away our time with outward and perishing things, and are asleep in regard to that which is real within ourself. ~ Paracelsus
90:Death is the midwife of very great things.... It brings about the birth and rebirth of forms a thousand times improved. This is the highest mystery of God. ~ Paracelsus
91:Magic has power to experience and fathom things which are inaccessible to human reason. For magic is a great secret wisdom, just as reason is a great public folly. ~ Paracelsus
92:For one country is different from another; its earth is different, as are its stones, wines, bread, meat, and everything that grows and thrives in a specific region. ~ Paracelsus
93:Many have said of Alchemy, that it is for the making of gold and silver. For me such is not the aim, but to consider only what virtue and power may lie in medicines. ~ Paracelsus
94:"As in the heavens so also in the body the stars float free, pure, and have an invisible influence, like the arcana." ~ Paracelsus, Paragranum, p. 50, cited by C.G. Jung, CW 15, par. 29, note 24
95:And it is true, best is nothing concealed which shall not be discovered; for which cause a marvellous being shall come after me, who as yet lives not, and who shall reveal many things. ~ Paracelsus
96:Man is a microcosm, or a little world, because he is an extract from all the stars and planets of the whole firmament, from the earth and the elements; and so he is their quintessence. ~ Paracelsus
97:The greater the tension, the greater the potential. Great energy springs from a correspondingly great tension of opposites. ~ Carl Jung, "Paracelsus as a Spiritual Phenomenon" (1942), CW 13, § 154.,
98:Life is like music, it must be composed by ear, feeling and instinct, not by rule. Nevertheless one had better know the rules, for they sometimes guide in doubtful cases, though not often. ~ Paracelsus
99:The most interesting challenge in the sixteenth century to academic Galenic medicine came from the students of the German physician Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim, known as Paracelsus. ~ Anonymous
100:However, anyone to whom this happens should not leave his room upon awakening, should speak to no-one, but remain alone and sober until everything comes back to him, and he recalls the dream. ~ Paracelsus
101:If we want to make a statement about a man's nature on the basis of his physiognomy, we must take everything into account; it is in his distress that a man is tested, for then his nature is revealed. ~ Paracelsus
102:Medicine is not only a science; it is also an art. It does not consist of compounding pills and plasters; it deals with the very processes of life, which must be understood before they may be guided. ~ Paracelsus
103:Thoughts are free and subject to no rule. On them rests the freedom of man, and they tower above the light of nature...create a new heaven, a new firmament, a new source of energy from which new arts flow. ~ Paracelsus
104:Determined will is the beginning of all magical operations. It is because men do not perfectly imagine and believe the result, that the (occult) arts are so uncertain, while they might be perfectly certain. ~ Paracelsus
105:The dreams which reveal the supernatural are promises and messages that God sends us directly: they are nothing but His angels, His ministering spirits , who usually appear to us when we are in a great predicament. ~ Paracelsus
106:ALKAHEST  (A'LKAHEST)   n.s.A word used first by Paracelsus, and adopted by his followers, to signify an universal dissolvent, or liquour, which has the power of resolving all things into their first principles. ~ Samuel Johnson
107:It should be forbidden and severely punished to remove cancer by cutting, burning, cautery, and other fiendish tortures. It is from nature that the disease comes, and from nature comes the cure, not from physicians. ~ Paracelsus
108:It is said that a wise man rules over the stars, but this does not mean that he rules over the influences which come from the stars in the sky. It means that he rules over the powers which exist in his own constitution. ~ Paracelsus
109:When a man undertakes to create something, he establishes a new heaven, as it were, and from it the work that he desires to create flows into him... For such is the immensity of man that he is greater than heaven and earth. ~ Paracelsus
110:Some children are born from heaven and others are born from hell, because each human being has his inherent tendencies, and these tendencies belong to his spirit, and indicate the state in which he existed before he was born. ~ Paracelsus
111:Nature is a light, and by looking at Nature in her own light we will understand her. Visible Nature may be seen in her visible light; invisible Nature may become visible if we acquire the power to perceive her invisible light. ~ Paracelsus
112:He who knows nothing loves nothing. He who can do nothing understands nothing. He who understands nothing is worthless. But he who understands also loves, notices, sees. The more knowledge is inherent in a thing, the greater the love. ~ Paracelsus
113:Once a disease has entered the body, all parts which are healthy must fight it: not one alone, but all. Because a disease might mean their common death. Nature knows this; and Nature attacks the disease with whatever help she can muster. ~ Paracelsus
114:The universities do not teach all things ... so a doctor must seek out old wives, gypsies, sorcerers, wandering tribes, old robbers, and such outlaws and take lessons from them. A doctor must be a traveller . . . Knowledge is experience. ~ Paracelsus
115:Paracelsus developed a fourfold theory around how the light of nature is manifest in individual men: through the limbs, through the head and face, through the form of the body as a whole, and through bearing, or the way a man carries himself. ~ Teju Cole
116:All that he said threw greatly into the shade Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my imagination; but by some fatality the overthrow of these men disinclined me to pursue my accustomed studies. It ~ Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
117:Thoughts give birth to a creative force that is neither elemental nor sidereal. Thoughts create a new heaven, a new firmament, a new source of energy, from which new arts flow. When a man undertakes to create something, he establishes a new heaven. ~ Paracelsus
118:For God, who is in heaven, is in man. Where else can heaven be, if not in man? As we need it, it must be within us. Therefore it knows our prayer even before we have uttered it, for it is closer to our hearts than to our words.
Opus paramirum, I:ix ~ Paracelsus
119:There is nothing more mysterious than blood. Paracelsus considered it a condensation of light. I believe that the Aryan, Hyperborean blood is that — but not the light of the Golden Sun, not of a galactic sun, but of the light of the Black Sun, of the Green Ray. ~ Miguel Serrano
120:Every drug, the sixteenth-century physician Paracelsus once opined, is a poison in disguise. Cancer chemotherapy, consumed by its fiery obsession to obliterate the cancer cell, found its roots in the obverse logic: every poison might be a drug in disguise. ~ Siddhartha Mukherjee
121:We watch Paracelsus in Basle as though seeing a man run headlong toward a precipice. Like an indestructible lunatic, he will do so again and again throughout his life. ~ Philip Ball
122:For who could be taught the knowledge of experience from paper? Since paper has the property to produce lazy and sleepy people, who are haughty and learn to persuade themselves and to fly without wings. . . . Therefore the most fundamental thing is to hasten to experience. ~ Paracelsus,
123:من لا يعرف شيئا لا يحب أحداً.. ومن لا يستطيع أن يفعل شيئاً لا يفهم أحداً, ومن لا يفهم شيئاً لا قيمة له.
ولكن من يفهم فانه أيضاً يحب ويلاحظ ويرى.و كلما ازدادت المعرفة بشيء,عظم الحب.. و أن أي إنسان يتصور أن جميع الثمار تنضج في الوقت نفسه الخاص بنضج الفراولة لا يعرف شيئاً عن العنب. ~ Paracelsus
124:For who could be taught the
knowledge of experience from paper? Since paper has the property to produce
lazy and sleepy people, who are haughty and learn to persuade themselves and
to fl y without wings. . . . Therefore the most fundamental thing is to hasten to
experience. ~ Paracelsus
125:Ter calma e uma alma forte, limpa e sincera, assim tudo sairá bem. Não sentir-se só nem débil, porque detrás de cada pessoa há exércitos poderosos que não podemos conceber nem sequer sonhar. Quando se eleva o pensamento, não há mal que possa alcançar. O único inimigo que se deve temer é a nós mesmos. ~ Paracelsus
126:Paracelsus, the Cabalist, says that man's spirit comes from the stars, his soul from the planets, his body from the elements. This is the arrangement set forth in the structure of the Tabernacle, and is an important key to the interpretation of all sacred places, shrines, and temples. ~ Manly P Hall, How to Understand Your Bible
127:The spirit is the master; imagination the tool, and the body the plastic material ...The power of the imagination is a great factor in medicine. It may produce diseases in man and in animals, and it may cure them ..Ills of the body may be cured by physical remedies or by the power of the spirit acting through the soul. ~ Paracelsus
128:He who knows nothing, loves nothing. He who can do nothing understands nothing. He who understands nothing is worthless. But he who understands also loves, notices, sees...The more knowledge is inherent in a thing, the greater the love...Anyone who imagines that all fruits ripen at the same time as the strawberries knows nothing about grapes. ~ Paracelsus
129:He who knows nothing, loves nothing. He who can do nothing understands nothing. He who understands nothing is worthless. But he who understands also loves, notices, sees....The more knowledge is inherent in a thing, the greater the love....Anyone who imagines that all fruits ripen at the same time as the strawberries knows nothing about grapes. ~ Paracelsus
130:He who knows nothing, loves nothing. He who can do nothing understands nothing. He who understands nothing is worthless. But he who understands also
loves, notices, sees … The more knowledge is inherent in a thing, the greater the love.… Anyone who imagines that all fruits ripen at the same time as the strawberries knows nothing about grapes. ~ Paracelsus
131:He who knows nothing, loves nothing. He who can do nothing understands nothing. He who understands nothing is worthless. But he who understands also loves, notices, sees ... The more knowledge is inherent in a thing, the greater the love.... Anyone who imagines that all fruits ripen at the same time as the strawberries knows nothing about grapes. ~ Paracelsus,
132:Quien no conoce nada, no ama nada. Quien no puede hacer
nada, no comprende nada. Quien nada comprende, nada vale. Pero quien comprende
también ama, observa, ve… Cuanto mayor es el conocimiento inherente a una
cosa, más grande es el amor… Quien cree que todas las frutas maduran al mismo
tiempo que las frutillas nada sabe acerca de las uvas. ~ Paracelsus
133:They made figures of brass, and tried to induce souls to indwell them. In some accounts we read that they succeeded; Friar Bacon was credited with one such Homunculus; so was Albertus Magnus, and, I think, Paracelsus. "He had, at least, a devil in his long sword 'which taught him all the cunning pranks of past and future mountebanks, ~ Aleister Crowley, Moonchild,
134:He who knows nothing, loves nothing. He who
can do nothing understands nothing. He who
understands nothing is worthless. But he who
understands also loves, notices, sees. . . . The
more knowledge is inherent in a thing, the
greater the love. . . . Anyone who imagines
that all fruits ripen at the same time as the
strawberries knows nothing about grapes. ~ Paracelsus
135:So that human beings were miraculous indeed - conscious creators, walking this new world like fresh young gods, wielding immense alchemical powers. So that anyone Michel met on Mars he regarded curiously, wondering as he looked at their often innocuous exteriors what kind of new Paracelsus or Isaac of Holland stood before him, and whether they would turn lead to gold, or cause rocks to blossom. ~ Kim Stanley Robinson
136:It is significant comment on the victory of science over magic that were someone to say ‘if I put this pill in your beer it will explode,’ we might believe them; but were they to cry ‘if I pronounce this spell over your beer it will go flat,’ we should remain incredulous and Paracelsus, the Alchemists, Aleister Crowley and all the Magi have lived in vain. Yet when I read science I turn magical; when I study magic, scientific. ~ Cyril Connolly
137:Paracelsus At times I almost dream I too have spent a life the sages’ way, And tread once more familiar paths. Perchance I perished in an arrogant self-reliance Ages ago; and in that act a prayer For one more chance went up so earnest, so Instinct with better light let in by death, That life was blotted out — not so completely But scattered wrecks enough of it remain, Dim memories, as now, when once more seems The goal in sight again. ~ Robert Browning
138:There is an earthly sun, which is the cause of all heat, and all who are able to see may see the sun; and those who are blind and cannot see him may feel his heat. There is an Eternal Sun, which is the source of all wisdom, and those whose spiritual senses have awakened to life will see that sun and be conscious of His existence; but those who have not attained spiritual consciousness may yet feel His power by an inner faculty which is called Intuition. ~ Paracelsus
139:There is an earthly sun, which is the cause of all heat, and all who are able to see may see the sun; and those who are blind and cannot see him may feel his heat. There is an Eternal Sun, which is the source of all wisdom, and those whose spiritual senses have awakened to life will see that sun and be conscious of His existence; but those who have not attained spiritual consciousness may yet feel His power by an inner faculty which is called Intuition. ~ Paracelsus,
140:Paracelsus

At times I almost dream
I too have spent a life the sages’ way,
And tread once more familiar paths. Perchance
I perished in an arrogant self-reliance
Ages ago; and in that act a prayer
For one more chance went up so earnest, so
Instinct with better light let in by death,
That life was blotted out — not so completely
But scattered wrecks enough of it remain,
Dim memories, as now, when once more seems
The goal in sight again. ~ Robert Browning
141:Most recently, as the medical value of marijuana has been rediscovered, medicine has been searching for ways to “pharmaceuticalize” the plant—find a way to harness its easily accessible benefits in a patch or inhaler that doctors can prescribe, corporations patent, and governments regulate. Whenever possible, Paracelsus’s lab-coated descendants have synthesized the active ingredients in plant drugs, allowing medicine to dispense with the plant itself—and any reminders of its pagan past. ~ Michael Pollan
142:And when with excellent Microscopes I discern in otherwise invisible Objects the Inimitable Subtlety of Nature's Curious Workmanship; And when, in a word, by the help of Anatomicall Knives, and the light of Chymicall Furnaces, I study the Book of Nature, and consult the Glosses of Aristotle, Epicurus, Paracelsus, Harvey, Helmont, and other learn'd Expositors of that instructive Volumne; I find my self oftentimes reduc'd to exclaim with the Psalmist, How manifold are thy works, O Lord? In wisdom hast thou made them all. ~ Robert Boyle
143:Paracelsus’s grand project, which arguably is still going on today,* represents one of the many ways the Judeo-Christian tradition has deployed its genius to absorb, or co-opt, the power of the pagan faith it set out to uproot. In much the same way that the new monotheism folded into its rituals the people’s traditional pagan holidays and spectacles, it desperately needed to do something about their ancient devotion to magic plants. Indeed, the story of the forbidden fruit in Genesis suggests that nothing was more important. ~ Michael Pollan
144:Carnal Protestants, who are strangers to godly sorrow. They cannot endure a serious thought, nor do they love to trouble their heads about sin. Paracelsus[34] spoke of a frenzy some have which will make them die dancing. Likewise, sinners spend their days in mirth; they fling away sorrow and go dancing to damnation. Some have lived many years, yet never put a drop in God’s bottle, nor do they know what a broken heart means. They weep and wring their hands as if they were undone when their estates are gone, but have no agony of soul for sin. ~ Thomas Watson
145:Bombast, an old Swabian name, has inevitably given rise to the idea that Paracelsus's bluster and arrogance lie at the root of the word "bombastic." One feels that it ought to be so, but it is not. Baum means "tree" in German (in the Swabian dialect it is rendered Bom), and Baumbast is the fibrous layer of a tree's bark. But in the sixteenth century "bombast" had also come to mean cotton padding, inappropriately derived from bombax, the medieval Latin name for the silkworm, and it is from this origin that the connotation of puffed up derives. ~ Philip Ball
146:PARACELSUS IN EXCELSIS

Being no longer human, why should I
Pretend humanity or don the frail attire?
Men have I known and men, but never one
Was grown so free an essence, or become
So simply element as what I am.
The mist goes from the mirror and I see.
Behold! the world of forms is swept beneath-
Turmoil grown visible beneath our peace,
And we that are grown formless, rise above-
Fluids intangible that have been men,
We seem as statues round whose high-risen base
Some overflowing river is run mad,
In us alone the element of calm. ~ Ezra Pound
147:Medicine rests upon four pillars—philosophy, astronomy, alchemy, and ethics. The first pillar is the philosophical knowledge of earth and water; the second, astronomy, supplies its full understanding of that which is of fiery and airy nature; the third is an adequate explanation of the properties of all the four elements—that is to say, of the whole cosmos—and an introduction into the art of their transformations; and finally, the fourth shows the physician those virtues which must stay with him up until his death, and it should support and complete the three other pillars. ~ Paracelsus
148:...all our nourishment becomes ourselves; we eat ourselves into being... For every bite we take contains in itself all our organs, all that is included in the whole man, all of which he is constituted... We do not eat bone, blood vessels, ligaments, and seldom brain, heart, and entrails, nor fat, therefore bone does not make bone, nor brain make brain, but every bite contains all these. Bread is blood, but who sees it? It is fat, who sees it? ...for the master craftsman in the stomach is good. He can make iron out of brimstone: he is there daily and shapes the man according to his form. ~ Paracelsus
149:Medieval alchemy prepared the way for the greatest intervention in the divine world that man has ever attempted: alchemy was the dawn of the scientific age, when the daemon of the scientific spirit compelled the forces of nature to serve man to an extent that had never been known before. It was from the spirit of alchemy that Goethe wrought the figure of the "superman" Faust, and this superman led Nietzsche's Zarathustra to declare that God was dead and to proclaim the will to give birth to the superman, to "create a god for yourself out of your seven devils." Here we find the true roots, the preparatory processes deep in the psyche, which unleashed the forces at work in the world today. Science and technology have indeed conquered the world, but whether the psyche has gained anything is another matter. ~ Carl Jung, "Paracelsus as a Spiritual Phenomenon" (1942), CW 13, § 163.,
150:The church of medicine has its own saintly patrons, the most prominent being Hypocrites who founded a new religion and its sacred oath and originated a new era of humanity. Then comes Paracelsus, the father of toxicology, who promoted herbal medicine, iatrochemistry and pharmacognosy. Next, Pasteur, the father of vaccines, who, like Moses, shepherded humanity away from the captivity of infectious diseases, led it towards the promised land of health and provided it with the tools for its salvation 8 (Clerc 2004: 7). There is Freud who founded a new sect within medicine— psychoanalysis (Cioffi 1998 [2010]; Rieff 1973) while Watson and Crick revealed to humanity the sacred mystery of life. Among these saints there are also martyrs, like the promoter of jogging Jim Fixx, who died of heart attack while running, or Rosalind Franklin, who died of cancer caused by her exposure to X-ray radiation. ~ Anonymous
151:It all had to do with time. "Time can be overcome," Mircea Eliade wrote. That's what it's all about. The great mystery of Eleusis, of the Orphies, of the early Christians, of Sarpis, of the Greco-Roman mystery religions, of Hermes Trismegistos, of the Renaissance Hermetic Alchemists, of the Rose Cross Brotherhood, of Apollonius of Tyana, of Simon Magus, of Asklepios, of Paracelsus, of Bruno, consists of the abolition of time. The techniques are there. Dante discusses them in the Comedy. It has to do with the loss of amnesia; when forgetfulness is lost, true memory spreads out backward and forward, into the past and into the future, and also, oddly, into alternate universes; it is orthogonal as well as linear.

This is why Elijah could be said correctly to be immortal; he had entered the Upper Realm (as Fat calls it) and is no longer subject to time. Time equals what the ancients called "astral determinism." The purpose of the mysteries was to free the initate from astral determinism, which roughly equals fate. ~ Philip K Dick
152:Witches the Church simply burned at the stake, but something more interesting happened to the witches’ magic plants. The plants were too precious to banish from human society, so in the decades after Pope Innocent’s fiat against witchcraft, cannabis, opium, belladonna, and the rest were simply transferred from the realm of sorcery to medicine, thanks largely to the work of a sixteenth-century Swiss alchemist and physician named Paracelsus. Sometimes called the “Father of Medicine,” Paracelsus established a legitimate pharmacology largely on the basis of the ingredients found in flying ointments. (Among his many accomplishments was the invention of laudanum, the tincture of opium that was perhaps the most important drug in the pharmacopoeia until the twentieth century.) Paracelsus often said that he had learned everything he knew about medicine from the sorceresses. Working under the rational sign of Apollo, he domesticated their forbidden Dionysian knowledge, turning the pagan potions into healing tinctures, bottling the magic plants and calling them medicines. ~ Michael Pollan
153:Forty of Paracelsus's theological manuscripts still survive, as well as sixteen Bible commentaries, twenty sermons, twenty works on the Eucharist, and seven on the Virgin Mary. Half of these have never been properly edited, let alone printed in modern form. There is no question that Paracelsus thought long and hard about Christianity, and by styling himself a professor of theology (without, it seems, any official academic sanction) he implies that he regarded this component of his output to be the equal of his medical and chemical theories. That his role in the history of science and medicine has received far more attention than his theological oeuvre is, however, understandable and probably apt, for it cannot be said that he had much influence even on the religious debates of his day. In theology he never aspired to be a Luther, and that would in any case have been a futile aspiration for one so lacking in political acumen or the ability to foster disciples. ~ Philip Ball
154:Some say that the spiritual founder of the Rosicrucians was Paracelsus himself. In Huser's edition of his Prognostication Concerning the Next Twenty-four Years there is a woodcut of a child looking toward a heap of Paracelsus's books, some inscribed with a capital R and one bearing the word Rosa. But the significance of this imagery for the Rosicrucians seems spurious.* The rose that the secret society chose as its symbol is in fact derived from the emblem of Martin Luther, in which a heart and cross spring from the center of the flower. The movement began as a society of Protestant Paracelsians founded by the alchemist Johann Valentin Andreae of Herrenberg.

*The Paracelsus connection remains puzzling, however. In the first edition of the Philosophia Magna, published by Birckmann in 1567, the Hirschvogel woodcut of Paracelsus appears in modified form with various strange images in the background that later became clearly associated with Rosicrucianism, such as a child's head emerging from a cleft in the ground. What is the significance of these symbols, fifty years before the Rosicrucian movement came into the open? ~ Philip Ball
155:In the Judeo-Christian tradition, it is called 'the resurrection body ' and 'the glorified body.' The prophet Isaiah said, 'The dead shall live, their bodies shall rise' (Isa. 26:19). St. Paul called it 'the celestial body' or 'spiritual body ' (soma pneumatikon) (I Corinthians 15:40). In Sufism it is called 'the most sacred body ' (wujud al-aqdas) and 'supracelestial body ' (jism asli haqiqi). In Taoism, it is called 'the diamond body,' and those who have attained it are called 'the immortals' and 'the cloudwalkers.' In Tibetan Buddhism it is called 'the light body.' In Tantrism and some schools of yoga, it is called 'the vajra body,' 'the adamantine body,' and 'the divine body.' In Kriya yoga it is called 'the body of bliss.' In Vedanta it is called 'the superconductive body.' In Gnosticism and Neoplatonism, it is called 'the radiant body.' In the alchemical tradition, the Emerald Tablet calls it 'the Glory of the Whole Universe' and 'the golden body.' The alchemist Paracelsus called it 'the astral body.' In the Hermetic Corpus, it is called 'the immortal body ' (soma athanaton). In some mystery schools, it is called 'the solar body.' In Rosicrucianism, it is called 'the diamond body of the temple of God.' In ancient Egypt it was called 'the luminous body or being' (akh). In Old Persia it was called 'the indwelling divine potential' (fravashi or fravarti). In the Mithraic liturgy it was called 'the perfect body ' (soma teilion). In the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo, it is called 'the divine body,' composed of supramental substance. In the philosophy of Teilhard de Chardin, it is called 'the ultrahuman'.
   ~ ?, http://herebedragons.weebly.com/homo-lumen.html,
156:Often we are told, and rightly so, that we can know God by knowing ourselves, for we are made in His image. We are not base, it is said, but divine. Yet this, perhaps, is saying too much. For even in our baseness—in our excrement—we might discern the work of our Creator. All things come from God, Crivano says. Even shit can be sublimed. But should it be? Tristão fixes Crivano with a fierce glare. Then he steps to the windows, and with a smooth sudden motion slings the chamberpot’s contents into the canal below. The liquid strikes the surface with a weak slap. Should it be sublimed? Tristão says. Should it be transcended? When we seek to do this, is our desire truly to know God? Or is it to know that God truly is as we always have imagined him: the perfect distillate of our corrupt selves? So—we are made in the image of God. Have we considered what this might mean? Innumerable are the egos in man, Paracelsus writes, and in him are angels and devils, heaven and hell. Perhaps God too is like this. Pure and impure. Is it so difficult to imagine? A God of flesh and bone? A God that shits? His voice chokes off, as if overwhelmed by some passion: rage, sorrow, Crivano can’t guess which. Tristão drifts away, toward his own approaching form in the mirror-talisman; the image of his torso gradually fills the glass. With the silver window eclipsed the room seems to grow smaller; Crivano shuffles his feet to keep his balance. I want to know, Tristão says, how God is unlike us. I want to know how our eyes become traitors. To know what they refuse to see. I no longer seek to transcend, nor even to understand. I want only to dirty my hands. To smell. To feel. Like a child who plays with mud. I believe the key is here— His fingers brush the flat glass before him; they’re met by fingers from the opposite side. —but not in the way that others have said. The Nolan warned us of this. Do you remember? He said the image in the mirror is like the image in a dream: only fools and infants mistake it for the true likeness of the world, but likewise it is foolish to ignore what it shows us. Therein lies the danger. Do we look upon these reflections without delusion, like bold Actaeon? Or, like Narcissus, do we see only what we wish to see? How can we be certain? With love in our hearts, we creep toward each shining surface, but we are all haunted, always, by ourselves. ~ Martin Seay
157:In A Copy Of Browning
BROWNING, old fellow,
Your leaves grow yellow,
Beginning to mellow
As seasons pass.
Your cover is wrinkled,
And stained and sprinkled,
And warped and crinkled
From sleep on the grass.
Is it a wine stain,
Or only a pine stain,
That makes such a fine stain
On your dull blue,—
Got as we numbered
The clouds that lumbered
Southward and slumbered
When day was through?
What is the dear mark
There like an earmark,
Only a tear mark
A woman let fall?—
As bending over
She bade me discover,
'Who plays the lover,
He loses all!'
With you for teacher
We learned love's feature
In every creature
That roves or grieves;
When winds were brawling,
Or bird-folk calling,
Or leaf-folk falling,
About our eaves.
No law must straiten
The ways they wait in,
Whose spirits greaten
93
And hearts aspire.
The world may dwindle,
And summer brindle,
So love but kindle
The soul to fire.
Here many a red line,
Or pencilled headline,
Shows love could wed line
To golden sense;
And something better
Than wisdom's fetter
Has made your letter
Dense to the dense.
No April robin,
Nor clacking bobbin,
Can make of Dobbin
A Pegasus;
But Nature's pleading
To man's unheeding,
Your subtile reading
Made clear to us.
You made us farers
And equal sharers
With homespun wearers
In home-made joys;
You made us princes
No plea convinces
That spirit winces
At dust and noise.
When Fate was nagging,
And days were dragging,
And fancy lagging,
You gave it scope,—
When eaves were drippy,
And pavements slippy,—
From Lippo Lippi
To Evelyn Hope.
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When winter's arrow
Pierced to the marrow,
And thought was narrow,
You gave it room;
We guessed the warder
On Roland's border,
And helped to order
The Bishop's Tomb.
When winds were harshish,
And ways were marshish,
We found with Karshish
Escape at need;
Were bold with Waring
In far seafaring,
And strong in sharing
Ben Ezra's creed.
We felt the menace
Of lovers pen us,
Afloat in Venice
Devising fibs;
And little mattered
The rain that pattered,
While Blougram chattered
To Gigadibs.
And we too waited
With heart elated
And breathing bated,
For Pippa's song;
Saw Satan hover,
With wings to cover
Porphyria's lover,
Pompilia's wrong.
Long thoughts were started,
When youth departed
From the half-hearted
Riccardi's bride;
For, saith your fable,
Great Love is able
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To slip the cable
And take the tide.
Or truth compels us
With Paracelsus,
Till nothing else is
Of worth at all.
Del Sarto's vision
Is our own mission,
And art's ambition
Is God's own call.
Through all the seasons,
You gave us reasons
For splendid treasons
To doubt and fear;
Bade no foot falter,
Though weaklings palter,
And friendships alter
From year to year.
Since first I sought you,
Found you and bought you,
Hugged you and brought you
Home from Cornhill,
While some upbraid you,
And some parade you,
Nine years have made you
My master still.
~ Bliss William Carman
158:Although a devout student of the Bible, Paracelsus instinctively adopted the broad patterns of essential learning, as these had been clarified by Pythagoras of Samos and Plato of Athens. Being by nature a mystic as well as a scientist, he also revealed a deep regard for the Neoplatonic philosophy as expounded by Plotinus, Iamblichus, and Proclus. Neo­platonism is therefore an invaluable aid to the interpretation of the Paracelsian doctrine.
   Paracelsus held that true knowledge is attained in two ways, or rather that the pursuit of knowledge is advanced by a two-fold method, the elements of which are completely interdependent. In our present terminology, we can say that these two parts of method are intuition and experience. To Paracelsus, these could never be divided from each other.
   The purpose of intuition is to reveal certain basic ideas which must then be tested and proven by experience. Experience, in turn, not only justifies intuition, but contributes certain additional knowledge by which the impulse to further growth is strengthened and developed. Paracelsus regarded the separation of intuition and experience to be a disaster, leading inevitably to greater error and further disaster. Intuition without experience allows the mind to fall into an abyss of speculation without adequate censorship by practical means. Experience without intuition could never be fruitful because fruitfulness comes not merely from the doing of things, but from the overtones which stimulate creative thought. Further, experience is meaningless unless there is within man the power capable of evaluating happenings and occurrences. The absence of this evaluating factor allows the individual to pass through many kinds of experiences, either misinterpreting them or not inter­ preting them at all. So Paracelsus attempted to explain intuition and how man is able to apprehend that which is not obvious or apparent. Is it possible to prove beyond doubt that the human being is capable of an inward realization of truths or facts without the assistance of the so-called rational faculty?
   According to Paracelsus, intuition was possible because of the existence in nature of a mysterious substance or essence-a universal life force. He gave this many names, but for our purposes, the simplest term will be appropriate. He compared it to light, further reasoning that there are two kinds of light: a visible radiance, which he called brightness, and an invisible radiance, which he called darkness. There is no essential difference between light and darkness. There is a dark light, which appears luminous to the soul but cannot be sensed by the body. There is a visible radiance which seems bright to the senses, but may appear dark to the soul. We must recognize that Paracelsus considered light as pertaining to the nature of being, the total existence from which all separate existences arise. Light not only contains the energy needed to support visible creatures, and the whole broad expanse of creation, but the invisible part of light supports the secret powers and functions of man, particularly intuition. Intuition, therefore, relates to the capacity of the individual to become attuned to the hidden side of life. By light, then, Paracelsus implies much more than the radiance that comes from the sun, a lantern, or a candle. To him, light is the perfect symbol, emblem, or figure of total well-being. Light is the cause of health. Invisible light, no less real if unseen, is the cause of wisdom. As the light of the body gives strength and energy, sustaining growth and development, so the light of the soul bestows understanding, the light of the mind makes wisdom possible, and the light of the spirit confers truth. Therefore, truth, wisdom, understanding, and health are all manifesta­ tions or revelations ot one virtue or power. What health is to the body, morality is to the emotions, virtue to the soul, wisdom to the mind, and reality to the spirit. This total content of living values is contained in every ray of visible light. This ray is only a manifestation upon one level or plane of the total mystery of life. Therefore, when we look at a thing, we either see its objective, physical form, or we apprehend its inner light Everything that lives, lives in light; everything that has an existence, radiates light. All things derive their life from light, and this light, in its root, is life itself. This, indeed, is the light that lighteth every man who cometh into the world. ~ Manly P Hall, Paracelsus,
159:Scene. Constantinople; the house of a Greek Conjurer. 1521.
Paracelsus.
Paracelsus.
Over the waters in the vaporous West
The sun goes down as in a sphere of gold
Behind the arm of the city, which between,
With all that length of domes and minarets,
Athwart the splendour, black and crooked runs
Like a Turk verse along a scimitar.
There lie, sullen memorial, and no more
Possess my aching sight! 'T is done at last.
Strangeand the juggles of a sallow cheat
Have won me to this act! 'T is as yon cloud
Should voyage unwrecked o'er many a mountain-top
And break upon a molehill. I have dared
Come to a pause with knowledge; scan for once
The heights already reached, without regard
To the extent above; fairly compute
All I have clearly gained; for once excluding
A brilliant future to supply and perfect
All half-gains and conjectures and crude hopes:
And all because a fortune-teller wills
His credulous seekers should inscribe thus much
Their previous life's attainment, in his roll,
Before his promised secret, as he vaunts,
Make up the sum: and here amid the scrawled
Uncouth recordings of the dupes of this
Old arch-genethliac, lie my life's results!
A few blurred characters suffice to note
A stranger wandered long through many lands
And reaped the fruit he coveted in a few
Discoveries, as appended here and there,
The fragmentary produce of much toil,
In a dim heap, fact and surmise together
Confusedly massed as when acquired; he was
Intent on gain to come too much to stay
And scrutinize the little gained: the whole
Slipt in the blank space 'twixt an idiot's gibber
And a mad lover's dittythere it lies.
And yet those blottings chronicle a life
A whole life, and my life! Nothing to do,
No problem for the fancy, but a life
Spent and decided, wasted past retrieve
Or worthy beyond peer. Stay, what does this
Remembrancer set down concerning "life"?
"'Time fleets, youth fades, life is an empty dream,'
"It is the echo of time; and he whose heart
"Beat first beneath a human heart, whose speech
"Was copied from a human tongue, can never
"Recall when he was living yet knew not this.
"Nevertheless long seasons pass o'er him
"Till some one hour's experience shows what nothing,
"It seemed, could clearer show; and ever after,
"An altered brow and eye and gait and speech
"Attest that now he knows the adage true
"'Time fleets, youth fades, life is an empty dream.'"
Ay, my brave chronicler, and this same hour
As well as any: now, let my time be!
Now! I can go no farther; well or ill,
'T is done. I must desist and take my chance.
I cannot keep on the stretch: 't is no back-shrinking
For let but some assurance beam, some close
To my toil grow visible, and I proceed
At any price, though closing it, I die.
Else, here I pause. The old Greek's prophecy
Is like to turn out true: "I shall not quit
"His chamber till I know what I desire!"
Was it the light wind sang it o'er the sea?
An end, a rest! strange how the notion, once
Encountered, gathers strength by moments! Rest!
Where has it kept so long? this throbbing brow
To cease, this beating heart to cease, all cruel
And gnawing thoughts to cease! To dare let down
My strung, so high-strung brain, to dare unnerve
My harassed o'ertasked frame, to know my place,
My portion, my reward, even my failure,
Assigned, made sure for ever! To lose myself
Among the common creatures of the world,
To draw some gain from having been a man,
Neither to hope nor fear, to live at length!
Even in failure, rest! But rest in truth
And power and recompense . . . I hoped that once!
What, sunk insensibly so deep? Has all
Been undergone for this? This the request
My labour qualified me to present
With no fear of refusal? Had I gone
Slightingly through my task, and so judged fit
To moderate my hopes; nay, were it now
My sole concern to exculpate myself,
End things or mend them,why, I could not choose
A humbler mood to wait for the event!
No, no, there needs not this; no, after all,
At worst I have performed my share of the task
The rest is God's concern; mine, merely this,
To know that I have obstinately held
By my own work. The mortal whose brave foot
Has trod, unscathed, the temple-court so far
That he descries at length the shrine of shrines,
Must let no sneering of the demons' eyes,
Whom he could pass unquailing, fasten now
Upon him, fairly past their power; no, no
He must not stagger, faint, fall down at last,
Having a charm to baffle them; behold,
He bares his front: a mortal ventures thus
Serene amid the echoes, beams and glooms!
If he be priest henceforth, if he wake up
The god of the place to ban and blast him there,
Both well! What's failure or success to me?
I have subdued my life to the one purpose
Whereto I ordained it; there alone I spy,
No doubt, that way I may be satisfied.
Yes, well have I subdued my life! beyond
The obligation of my strictest vow,
The contemplation of my wildest bond,
Which gave my nature freely up, in truth,
But in its actual state, consenting fully
All passionate impulses its soil was formed
To rear, should wither; but foreseeing not
The tract, doomed to perpetual barrenness,
Would seem one day, remembered as it was,
Beside the parched sand-waste which now it is,
Already strewn with faint blooms, viewless then.
I ne'er engaged to root up loves so frail
I felt them not; yet now, 't is very plain
Some soft spots had their birth in me at first,
If not love, say, like love: there was a time
When yet this wolfish hunger after knowledge
Set not remorselessly love's claims aside.
This heart was human once, or why recall
Einsiedeln, now, and Wrzburg which the Mayne
Forsakes her course to fold as with an arm?
And Festusmy poor Festus, with his praise
And counsel and grave fearswhere is he now
With the sweet maiden, long ago his bride?
I surely loved themthat last night, at least,
When we . . . gone! gone! the better. I am saved
The sad review of an ambitious youth
Choked by vile lusts, unnoticed in their birth,
But let grow up and wind around a will
Till action was destroyed. No, I have gone
Purging my path successively of aught
Wearing the distant likeness of such lusts.
I have made life consist of one idea:
Ere that was master, up till that was born,
I bear a memory of a pleasant life
Whose small events I treasure; till one morn
I ran o'er the seven little grassy fields,
Startling the flocks of nameless birds, to tell
Poor Festus, leaping all the while for joy,
To leave all trouble for my future plans,
Since I had just determined to become
The greatest and most glorious man on earth.
And since that morn all life has been forgotten;
All is one day, one only step between
The outset and the end: one tyrant all-
Absorbing aim fills up the interspace,
One vast unbroken chain of thought, kept up
Through a career apparently adverse
To its existence: life, death, light and shadow,
The shows of the world, were bare receptacles
Or indices of truth to be wrung thence,
Not ministers of sorrow or delight:
A wondrous natural robe in which she went.
For some one truth would dimly beacon me
From mountains rough with pines, and flit and wink
O'er dazzling wastes of frozen snow, and tremble
Into assured light in some branching mine
Where ripens, swathed in fire, the liquid gold
And all the beauty, all the wonder fell
On either side the truth, as its mere robe;
I see the robe nowthen I saw the form.
So far, then, I have voyaged with success,
So much is good, then, in this working sea
Which parts me from that happy strip of land:
But o'er that happy strip a sun shone, too!
And fainter gleams it as the waves grow rough,
And still more faint as the sea widens; last
I sicken on a dead gulf streaked with light
From its own putrefying depths alone.
Then, God was pledged to take me by the hand;
Now, any miserable juggle can bid
My pride depart. All is alike at length:
God may take pleasure in confounding pride
By hiding secrets with the scorned and base
I am here, in short: so little have I paused
Throughout! I never glanced behind to know
If I had kept my primal light from wane,
And thus insensibly amwhat I am!
Oh, bitter; very bitter!
             And more bitter,
To fear a deeper curse, an inner ruin,
Plague beneath plague, the last turning the first
To light beside its darkness. Let me weep
My youth and its brave hopes, all dead and gone,
In tears which burn! Would I were sure to win
Some startling secret in their stead, a tincture
Of force to flush old age with youth, or breed
Gold, or imprison moonbeams till they change
To opal shafts!only that, hurling it
Indignant back, I might convince myself
My aims remained supreme and pure as ever!
Even now, why not desire, for mankind's sake,
That if I fail, some fault may be the cause,
That, though I sink, another may succeed?
O God, the despicable heart of us!
Shut out this hideous mockery from my heart!
'T was politic in you, Aureole, to reject
Single rewards, and ask them in the lump;
At all events, once launched, to hold straight on:
For now' t is all or nothing. Mighty profit
Your gains will bring if they stop short of such
Full consummation! As a man, you had
A certain share of strength; and that is gone
Already in the getting these you boast.
Do not they seem to laugh, as who should say
"Great master, we are here indeed, dragged forth
"To light; this hast thou done: be glad! Now, seek
"The strength to use which thou hast spent in getting!"
And yet't is much, surely't is very much,
Thus to have emptied youth of all its gifts,
To feed a fire meant to hold out till morn
Arrived with inexhaustible light; and lo,
I have heaped up my last, and day dawns not!
And I am left with grey hair, faded hands,
And furrowed brow. Ha, have I, after all,
Mistaken the wild nursling of my breast?
Knowledge it seemed, and power, and recompense!
Was she who glided through my room of nights,
Who laid my head on her soft knees and smoothed
The damp locks,whose sly soothings just began
When my sick spirit craved repose awhile
God! was I fighting sleep off for death's sake?
God! Thou art mind! Unto the master-mind
Mind should be precious. Spare my mind alone!
All else I will endure; if, as I stand
Here, with my gains, thy thunder smite me down,
I bow me; 't is thy will, thy righteous will;
I o'erpass life's restrictions, and I die;
And if no trace of my career remain
Save a thin corpse at pleasure of the wind
In these bright chambers level with the air,
See thou to it! But if my spirit fail,
My once proud spirit forsake me at the last,
Hast thou done well by me? So do not thou!
Crush not my mind, dear God, though I be crushed!
Hold me before the frequence of thy seraphs
And say"I crushed him, lest he should disturb
"My law. Men must not know their strength: behold
"Weak and alone, how he had raised himself!"
But if delusions trouble me, and thou,
Not seldom felt with rapture in thy help
Throughout my toils and wanderings, dost intend
To work man's welfare through my weak endeavour,
To crown my mortal forehead with a beam
From thine own blinding crown, to smile, and guide
This puny hand and let the work so wrought
Be styled my work,hear me! I covet not
An influx of new power, an angel's soul:
It were no marvel thenbut I have reached
Thus far, a man; let me conclude, a man!
Give but one hour of my first energy,
Of that invincible faith, but only one!
That I may cover with an eagle-glance
The truths I have, and spy some certain way
To mould them, and completing them, possess!
Yet God is good: I started sure of that,
And why dispute it now? I'll not believe
But some undoubted warning long ere this
Had reached me: a fire-labarum was not deemed
Too much for the old founder of these walls.
Then, if my life has not been natural,
It has been monstrous: yet, till late, my course
So ardently engrossed me, that delight,
A pausing and reflecting joy,'t is plain,
Could find no place in it. True, I am worn;
But who clothes summer, who is life itself?
God, that created all things, can renew!
And then, though after-life to please me now
Must have no likeness to the past, what hinders
Reward from springing out of toil, as changed
As bursts the flower from earth and root and stalk?
What use were punishment, unless some sin
Be first detected? let me know that first!
No man could ever offend as I have done . . .
[A voice from within.]
I hear a voice, perchance I heard
Long ago, but all too low,
So that scarce a care it stirred
If the voice were real or no:
I heard it in my youth when first
The waters of my life outburst:
But, now their stream ebbs faint, I hear
That voice, still low, but fatal-clear
As if all poets, God ever meant
Should save the world, and therefore lent
Great gifts to, but who, proud, refused
To do his work, or lightly used
Those gifts, or failed through weak endeavour,
So, mourn cast off by him for ever,
As if these leaned in airy ring
To take me; this the song they sing.
"Lost, lost! yet come,
With our wan troop make thy home.
Come, come! for we
Will not breathe, so much as breathe
Reproach to thee,
Knowing what thou sink'st beneath.
So sank we in those old years,
We who bid thee, come! thou last
Who, living yet, hast life o'erpast.
And altogether we, thy peers,
Will pardon crave for thee, the last
Whose trial is done, whose lot is cast
With those who watch but work no more,
Who gaze on life but live no more.
Yet we trusted thou shouldst speak
The message which our lips, too weak,
Refused to utter,shouldst redeem
Our fault: such trust, and all a dream!
Yet we chose thee a birthplace
Where the richness ran to flowers:
Couldst not sing one song for grace?
Not make one blossom man's and ours?
Must one more recreant to his race
Die with unexerted powers,
And join us, leaving as he found
The world, he was to loosen, bound?
Anguish! ever and for ever;
Still beginning, ending never.
Yet, lost and last one, come!
How couldst understand, alas,
What our pale ghosts strove to say,
As their shades did glance and pass
Before thee night and day?
Thou wast blind as we were dumb:
Once more, therefore, come, O come!
How should we clothe, how arm the spirit
Shall next thy post of life inherit
How guard him from thy speedy ruin?
Tell us of thy sad undoing
Here, where we sit, ever pursuing
Our weary task, ever renewing
Sharp sorrow, far from God who gave
Our powers, and man they could not save!"
Aprile enters.
Aprile.
Ha, ha! our king that wouldst be, here at last?
Art thou the poet who shall save the world?
Thy hand to mine! Stay, fix thine eyes on mine!
Thou wouldst be king? Still fix thine eyes on mine!
Paracelsus.
Ha, ha! why crouchest not? Am I not king?
So torture is not wholly unavailing!
Have my fierce spasms compelled thee from thy lair?
Art thou the sage I only seemed to be,
Myself of after-time, my very self
With sight a little clearer, strength more firm,
Who robes him in my robe and grasps my crown
For just a fault, a weakness, a neglect?
I scarcely trusted God with the surmise
That such might come, and thou didst hear the while!
Aprile.
Thine eyes are lustreless to mine; my hair
Is soft, nay silken soft: to talk with thee
Flushes my cheek, and thou art ashy-pale.
Truly, thou hast laboured, hast withstood her lips,
The siren's! Yes, 't is like thou hast attained!
Tell me, dear master, wherefore now thou comest?
I thought thy solemn songs would have their meed
In after-time; that I should hear the earth
Exult in thee and echo with thy praise,
While I was laid forgotten in my grave.
Paracelsus.
Ah fiend, I know thee, I am not thy dupe!
Thou art ordained to follow in my track,
Reaping my sowing, as I scorned to reap
The harvest sown by sages passed away.
Thou art the sober searcher, cautious striver,
As if, except through me, thou hast searched or striven!
Ay, tell the world! Degrade me after all,
To an aspirant after fame, not truth
To all but envy of thy fate, be sure!
Aprile.
Nay, sing them to me; I shall envy not:
Thou shalt be king! Sing thou, and I will sit
Beside, and call deep silence for thy songs,
And worship thee, as I had ne'er been meant
To fill thy throne: but none shall ever know!
Sing to me; for already thy wild eyes
Unlock my heart-strings, as some crystal-shaft
Reveals by some chance blaze its parent fount
After long time: so thou reveal'st my soul.
All will flash forth at last, with thee to hear!
Paracelsus.
(His secret! I shall get his secretfool!)
I am he that aspired to know: and thou?
Aprile.
I would love infinitely, and be loved!
Paracelsus.
Poor slave! I am thy king indeed.
Aprile.
                 Thou deem'st
Thatborn a spirit, dowered even as thou,
Born for thy fatebecause I could not curb
My yearnings to possess at once the full
Enjoyment, but neglected all the means
Of realizing even the frailest joy,
Gathering no fragments to appease my want,
Yet nursing up that want till thus I die
Thou deem'st I cannot trace thy safe sure march
O'er perils that o'erwhelm me, triumphing,
Neglecting nought below for aught above,
Despising nothing and ensuring all
Nor that I could (my time to come again)
Lead thus my spirit securely as thine own.
Listen, and thou shalt see I know thee well.
I would love infinitely . . . Ah, lost! lost!
Oh ye who armed me at such cost,
How shall I look on all of ye
With your gifts even yet on me?
Paracelsus.
(Ah, 't is some moonstruck creature after all!
Such fond fools as are like to haunt this den:
They spread contagion, doubtless: yet he seemed
To echo one foreboding of my heart
So truly, that . . . no matter! How he stands
With eve's last sunbeam staying on his hair
Which turns to it as if they were akin:
And those clear smiling eyes of saddest blue
Nearly set free, so far they rise above
The painful fruitless striving of the brow
And enforced knowledge of the lips, firm-set
In slow despondency's eternal sigh!
Has he, too, missed life's end, and learned the cause?)
I charge thee, by thy fealty, be calm!
Tell me what thou wouldst be, and what I am.
Aprile.
I would love infinitely, and be loved.
First: I would carve in stone, or cast in brass,
The forms of earth. No ancient hunter lifted
Up to the gods by his renown, no nymph
Supposed the sweet soul of a woodland tree
Or sapphirine spirit of a twilight star,
Should be too hard for me; no shepherd-king
Regal for his white locks; no youth who stands
Silent and very calm amid the throng,
His right hand ever hid beneath his robe
Until the tyrant pass; no lawgiver,
No swan-soft woman rubbed with lucid oils
Given by a god for love of hertoo hard!
Every passion sprung from man, conceived by man,
Would I express and clothe it in its right form,
Or blend with others struggling in one form,
Or show repressed by an ungainly form.
Oh, if you marvelled at some mighty spirit
With a fit frame to execute its will
Even unconsciously to work its will
You should be moved no less beside some strong
Rare spirit, fettered to a stubborn body,
Endeavouring to subdue it and inform it
With its own splendour! All this I would do:
And I would say, this done, "His sprites created,
"God grants to each a sphere to be its world,
"Appointed with the various objects needed
"To satisfy its own peculiar want;
"So, I create a world for these my shapes
"Fit to sustain their beauty and their strength!"
And, at the word, I would contrive and paint
Woods, valleys, rocks and plains, dells, sands and wastes,
Lakes which, when morn breaks on their quivering bed,
Blaze like a wyvern flying round the sun,
And ocean isles so small, the dog-fish tracking
A dead whale, who should find them, would swim thrice
Around them, and fare onwardall to hold
The offspring of my brain. Nor these alone:
Bronze labyrinth, palace, pyramid and crypt,
Baths, galleries, courts, temples and terraces,
Marts, theatres and wharfsall filled with men,
Men everywhere! And this performed in turn,
When those who looked on, pined to hear the hopes
And fears and hates and loves which moved the crowd,
I would throw down the pencil as the chisel,
And I would speak; no thought which ever stirred
A human breast should be untold; all passions,
All soft emotions, from the turbulent stir
Within a heart fed with desires like mine,
To the last comfort shutting the tired lids
Of him who sleeps the sultry noon away
Beneath the tent-tree by the wayside well:
And this in language as the need should be,
Now poured at once forth in a burning flow,
Now piled up in a grand array of words.
This done, to perfect and consummate all,
Even as a luminous haze links star to star,
I would supply all chasms with music, breathing
Mysterious motions of the soul, no way
To be defined save in strange melodies.
Last, having thus revealed all I could love,
Having received all love bestowed on it,
I would die: preserving so throughout my course
God full on me, as I was full on men:
He would approve my prayer, "I have gone through
"The loveliness of life; create for me
"If not for men, or take me to thyself,
"Eternal, infinite love!"
             If thou hast ne'er
Conceived this mighty aim, this full desire,
Thou hast not passed my trial, and thou art
No king of mine.
Paracelsus.
         Ah me!
         Aprile.
           But thou art here!
Thou didst not gaze like me upon that end
Till thine own powers for compassing the bliss
Were blind with glory; nor grow mad to grasp
At once the prize long patient toil should claim,
Nor spurn all granted short of that. And I
Would do as thou, a second time: nay, listen!
Knowing ourselves, our world, our task so great,
Our time so brief, 't is clear if we refuse
The means so limited, the tools so rude
To execute our purpose, life will fleet,
And we shall fade, and leave our task undone.
We will be wise in time: what though our work
Be fashioned in despite of their ill-service,
Be crippled every way? 'T were little praise
Did full resources wait on our goodwill
At every turn. Let all be as it is.
Some say the earth is even so contrived
That tree and flower, a vesture gay, conceal
A bare and skeleton framework. Had we means
Answering to our mind! But now I seem
Wrecked on a savage isle: how rear thereon
My palace? Branching palms the props shall be,
Fruit glossy mingling; gems are for the East;
Who heeds them? I can pass them. Serpents' scales,
And painted birds' down, furs and fishes' skins
Must help me; and a little here and there
Is all I can aspire to: still my art
Shall show its birth was in a gentler clime.
"Had I green jars of malachite, this way
"I'd range them: where those sea-shells glisten above,
"Cressets should hang, by right: this way we set
"The purple carpets, as these mats are laid,
"Woven of fern and rush and blossoming flag."
Or if, by fortune, some completer grace
Be spared to me, some fragment, some slight sample
Of the prouder workmanship my own home boasts,
Some trifle little heeded there, but here
The place's one perfectionwith what joy
Would I enshrine the relic, cheerfully
Foregoing all the marvels out of reach!
Could I retain one strain of all the psalm
Of the angels, one word of the fiat of God,
To let my followers know what such things are!
I would adventure nobly for their sakes:
When nights were still, and still the moaning sea
And far away I could descry the land
Whence I departed, whither I return,
I would dispart the waves, and stand once more
At home, and load my bark, and hasten back,
And fling my gains to them, worthless or true.
"Friends," I would say, "I went far, far for them,
"Past the high rocks the haunt of doves, the mounds
"Of red earth from whose sides strange trees grow out,
"Past tracts of milk-white minute blinding sand,
"Till, by a mighty moon, I tremblingly
"Gathered these magic herbs, berry and bud,
"In haste, not pausing to reject the weeds,
"But happy plucking them at any price.
"To me, who have seen them bloom in their own soil,
"They are scarce lovely: plait and wear them, you!
"And guess, from what they are, the springs that fed them,
"The stars that sparkled o'er them, night by night,
"The snakes that travelled far to sip their dew!"
Thus for my higher loves; and thus even weakness
Would win me honour. But not these alone
Should claim my care; for common life, its wants
And ways, would I set forth in beauteous hues:
The lowest hind should not possess a hope,
A fear, but I'd be by him, saying better
Than he his own heart's language. I would live
For ever in the thoughts I thus explored,
As a discoverer's memory is attached
To all he finds; they should be mine henceforth,
Imbued with me, though free to all before:
For clay, once cast into my soul's rich mine,
Should come up crusted o'er with gems. Nor this
Would need a meaner spirit, than the first;
Nay, 't would be but the selfsame spirit, clothed
In humbler guise, but still the selfsame spirit:
As one spring wind unbinds the mountain snow
And comforts violets in their hermitage.
But, master, poet, who hast done all this,
How didst thou'scape the ruin whelming me?
Didst thou, when nerving thee to this attempt,
Ne'er range thy mind's extent, as some wide hall,
Dazzled by shapes that filled its length with light,
Shapes clustered there to rule thee, not obey,
That will not wait thy summons, will not rise
Singly, nor when thy practised eye and hand
Can well transfer their loveliness, but crowd
By thee for ever, bright to thy despair?
Didst thou ne'er gaze on each by turns, and ne'er
Resolve to single out one, though the rest
Should vanish, and to give that one, entire
In beauty, to the world; forgetting, so,
Its peers, whose number baffles mortal power?
And, this determined, wast thou ne'er seduced
By memories and regrets and passionate love,
To glance once more farewell? and did their eyes
Fasten thee, brighter and more bright, until
Thou couldst but stagger back unto their feet,
And laugh that man's applause or welfare ever
Could tempt thee to forsake them? Or when years
Had passed and still their love possessed thee wholly,
When from without some murmur startled thee
Of darkling mortals famished for one ray
Of thy so-hoarded luxury of light,
Didst thou ne'er strive even yet to break those spells
And prove thou couldst recover and fulfil
Thy early mission, long ago renounced,
And to that end, select some shape once more?
And did not mist-like influences, thick films,
Faint memories of the rest that charmed so long
Thine eyes, float fast, confuse thee, bear thee off,
As whirling snow-drifts blind a man who treads
A mountain ridge, with guiding spear, through storm?
Say, though I fell, I had excuse to fall;
Say, I was tempted sorely: say but this,
Dear lord, Aprile's lord!
Paracelsus.
             Clasp me not thus,
Aprile! That the truth should reach me thus!
We are weak dust. Nay, clasp not or I faint!
Aprile.
My king! and envious thoughts could outrage thee?
Lo, I forget my ruin, and rejoice
In thy success, as thou! Let our God's praise
Go bravely through the world at last! What care
Through me or thee? I feel thy breath. Why, tears?
Tears in the darkness, and from thee to me?
Paracelsus.
Love me henceforth, Aprile, while I learn
To love; and, merciful God, forgive us both!
We wake at length from weary dreams; but both
Have slept in fairy-land: though dark and drear
Appears the world before us, we no less
Wake with our wrists and ankles jewelled still.
I too have sought to know as thou to love
Excluding love as thou refusedst knowledge.
Still thou hast beauty and I, power. We wake:
What penance canst devise for both of us?
Aprile.
I hear thee faintly. The thick darkness! Even
Thine eyes are hid. 'T is as I knew: I speak,
And now I die. But I have seen thy face!
O poet, think of me, and sing of me!
But to have seen thee and to die so soon!
Paracelsus.
Die not, Aprile! We must never part.
Are we not halves of one dissevered world,
Whom this strange chance unites once more? Part? never!
Till thou the lover, know; and I, the knower,
Loveuntil both are saved. Aprile, hear!
We will accept our gains, and use themnow!
God, he will die upon my breast! Aprile!
Aprile.
To speak but once, and die! yet by his side.
Hush! hush!
     Ha! go you ever girt about
With phantoms, powers? I have created such,
But these seem real as I.
Paracelsus.
             Whom can you see
Through the accursed darkness?
Aprile.
                Stay; I know,
I know them: who should know them well as I?
White brows, lit up with glory; poets all!
Paracelsus.
Let him but live, and I have my reward!
Aprile.
Yes; I see now. God is the perfect poet,
Who in his person acts his own creations.
Had you but told me this at first! Hush! hush!
Paracelsus.
Live! for my sake, because of my great sin,
To help my brain, oppressed by these wild words
And their deep import. Live! 't is not too late.
I have a quiet home for us, and friends.
Michal shall smile on you. Hear you? Lean thus,
And breathe my breath. I shall not lose one word
Of all your speech, one little word, Aprile!
Aprile.
No, no. Crown me? I am not one of you!
'T is he, the king, you seek. I am not one.
Paracelsus.
Thy spirit, at least, Aprile! Let me love!
I have attained, and now I may depart.


~ Robert Browning, Paracelsus - Part II - Paracelsus Attains

160:Scene. Colmar in Alsatia: an Inn. 1528.
Paracelsus, Festus.
Paracelsus
[to Johannes Oporinus, his Secretary].
Sic itur ad astra! Dear Von Visenburg
Is scandalized, and poor Torinus paralysed,
And every honest soul that Basil holds
Aghast; and yet we live, as one may say,
Just as though Liechtenfels had never set
So true a value on his sorry carcass,
And learned Ptter had not frowned us dumb.
We live; and shall as surely start to morrow
For Nuremberg, as we drink speedy scathe
To Basil in this mantling wine, suffused
A delicate blush, no fainter tinge is born
I' the shut heart of a bud. Pledge me, good John
"Basil; a hot plague ravage it, and Ptter
"Oppose the plague!" Even so? Do you too share
Their panic, the reptiles? Ha, ha; faint through these,
Desist for these! They manage matters so
At Basil, 't is like: but others may find means
To bring the stoutest braggart of the tribe
Once more to crouch in silencemeans to breed
A stupid wonder in each fool again,
Now big with admiration at the skill
Which stript a vain pretender of his plumes:
And, that done,means to brand each slavish brow
So deeply, surely, ineffaceably,
That henceforth flattery shall not pucker it
Out of the furrow; there that stamp shall stay
To show the next they fawn on, what they are,
This Basil with its magnates,fill my cup,
Whom I curse soul and limb. And now despatch,
Despatch, my trusty John; and what remains
To do, whate'er arrangements for our trip
Are yet to be completed, see you hasten
This night; we'll weather the storm at least: to-morrow
For Nuremberg! Now leave us; this grave clerk
Has divers weighty matters for my ear:
[Oporinus goes out.
And spare my lungs. At last, my gallant Festus,
I am rid of this arch-knave that dogs my heels
As a gaunt crow a gasping sheep; at last
May give a loose to my delight. How kind,
How very kind, my first best only friend!
Why, this looks like fidelity. Embrace me!
Not a hair silvered yet? Right! you shall live
Till I am worth your love; you shall be pround,
And Ibut let time show! Did you not wonder?
I sent to you because our compact weighed
Upon my conscience(you recall the night
At Basil, which the gods confound!)because
Once more I aspire. I call you to my side:
You come. You thought my message strange?
Festus.
                      So strange
That I must hope, indeed, your messenger
Has mingled his own fancies with the words
Purporting to be yours.
Paracelsus.
            He said no more,
'T is probable, than the precious folk I leave
Said fiftyfold more roughly. Well-a-day,
'T is true! poor Paracelsus is exposed
At last; a most egregious quack he proves:
And those he overreached must spit their hate
On one who, utterly beneath contempt,
Could yet deceive their topping wits. You heard
Bare truth; and at my bidding you come here
To speed me on my enterprise, as once
Your lavish wishes sped me, my own friend!
Festus.
What is your purpose, Aureole?
Paracelsus.
                Oh, for purpose,
There is no lack of precedents in a case
Like mine; at least, if not precisely mine,
The case of men cast off by those they sought
To benefit.
Festus.
     They really cast you off?
I only heard a vague tale of some priest,
Cured by your skill, who wrangled at your claim,
Knowing his life's worth best; and how the judge
The matter was referred to, saw no cause
To interfere, nor you to hide your full
Contempt of him; nor he, again, to smother
His wrath thereat, which raised so fierce a flame
That Basil soon was made no place for you.
Paracelsus.
The affair of Liechtenfels? the shallowest fable,
The last and silliest outragemere pretence!
I knew it, I foretold it from the first,
How soon the stupid wonder you mistook
For genuine loyaltya cheering promise
Of better things to comewould pall and pass;
And every word comes true. Saul is among
The prophets! Just so long as I was pleased
To play off the mere antics of my art,
Fantastic gambols leading to no end,
I got huge praise: but one can ne'er keep down
Our foolish nature's weakness. There they flocked,
Poor devils, jostling, swearing and perspiring,
Till the walls rang again; and all for me!
I had a kindness for them, which was right;
But then I stopped not till I tacked to that
A trust in them and a respecta sort
Of sympathy for them; I must needs begin
To teach them, not amaze them, "to impart
"The spirit which should instigate the search
"Of truth," just what you bade me! I spoke out.
Forthwith a mighty squadron, in disgust,
Filed off"the sifted chaff of the sack," I said,
Redoubling my endeavours to secure
The rest. When lo! one man had tarried so long
Only to ascertain if I supported
This tenet of his, or that; another loved
To hear impartially before he judged,
And having heard, now judged; this bland disciple
Passed for my dupe, but all along, it seems,
Spied error where his neighbours marvelled most;
That fiery doctor who had hailed me friend,
Did it because my by-paths, once proved wrong
And beaconed properly, would commend again
The good old ways our sires jogged safely o'er,
Though not their squeamish sons; the other worthy
Discovered divers verses of St. John,
Which, read successively, refreshed the soul,
But, muttered backwards, cured the gout, the stone,
The colic and what not. Quid multa? The end
Was a clear class-room, and a quiet leer
From grave folk, and a sour reproachful glance
From those in chief who, cap in hand, installed
The new professor scarce a year before;
And a vast flourish about patient merit
Obscured awhile by flashy tricks, but sure
Sooner or later to emerge in splendour
Of which the example was some luckless wight
Whom my arrival had discomfited,
But now, it seems, the general voice recalled
To fill my chair and so efface the stain
Basil had long incurred. I sought no better,
Only a quiet dismissal from my post,
And from my heart I wished them better suited
And better served. Good night to Basil, then!
But fast as I proposed to rid the tribe
Of my obnoxious back, I could not spare them
The pleasure of a parting kick.
Festus.
                 You smile:
Despise them as they merit!
Paracelsus.
               If I smile,
'T is with as very contempt as ever turned
Flesh into stone. This courteous recompense,
This grateful . . . Festus, were your nature fit
To be defiled, your eyes the eyes to ache
At gangrene-blotches, eating poison-blains,
The ulcerous barky scurf of leprosy
Which findsa man, and leavesa hideous thing
That cannot but be mended by hell fire,
I would lay bare to you the human heart
Which God cursed long ago, and devils make since
Their pet nest and their never-tiring home.
Oh, sages have discovered we are born
For various endsto love, to know: has ever
One stumbled, in his search, on any signs
Of a nature in us formed to hate? To hate?
If that be our true object which evokes
Our powers in fullest strength, be sure 't is hate!
Yet men have doubted if the best and bravest
Of spirits can nourish him with hate alone.
I had not the monopoly of fools,
It seems, at Basil.
Festus.
          But your plans, your plans!
I have yet to learn your purpose, Aureole!
Paracelsus.
Whether to sink beneath such ponderous shame,
To shrink up like a crushed snail, undergo
In silence and desist from further toil,
and so subside into a monument
Of one their censure blasted? or to bow
Cheerfully as submissively, to lower
My old pretensions even as Basil dictates,
To drop into the rank her wits assign me
And live as they prescribe, and make that use
Of my poor knowledge which their rules allow,
Proud to be patted now and then, and careful
To practise the true posture for receiving
The amplest benefit from their hoofs' appliance
When they shall condescend to tutor me?
Then, one may feel resentment like a flame
Within, and deck false systems in truth's garb,
And tangle and entwine mankind with error,
And give them darkness for a dower and falsehood
For a possession, ages: or one may mope
Into a shade through thinking, or else drowse
Into a dreamless sleep and so die off.
But I,now Festus shall divine!but I
Am merely setting out once more, embracing
My earliest aims again! What thinks he now?
Festus.
Your aims? the aims?to Know? and where is found
The early trust . . .
Paracelsus.
           Nay, not so fast; I say,
The aimsnot the old means. You know they made me
A laughing-stock; I was a fool; you know
The when and the how: hardly those means again!
Not but they had their beauty; who should know
Their passing beauty, if not I? Still, dreams
They were, so let them vanish, yet in beauty
If that may be. Stay: thus they pass in song!
[He sings.
Heap cassia, sandal-buds and stripes
Of labdanum, and aloe-balls,
Smeared with dull nard an Indian wipes
From out her hair: such balsam falls
Down sea-side mountain pedestals,
From tree-tops where tired winds are fain,
Spent with the vast and howling main,
To treasure half their island-gain.
And strew faint sweetness from some old
Egyptian's fine worm-eaten shroud
Which breaks to dust when once unrolled;
Or shredded perfume, like a cloud
From closet long to quiet vowed,
With mothed and dropping arras hung,
Mouldering her lute and books among,
As when a queen, long dead, was young.
Mine, every word! And on such pile shall die
My lovely fancies, with fair perished things,
Themselves fair and forgotten; yes, forgotten,
Or why abjure them? So, I made this rhyme
That fitting dignity might be preserved;
No little proud was I; though the list of drugs
Smacks of my old vocation, and the verse
Halts like the best of Luther's psalms.
Festus.
                     But, Aureole,
Talk not thus wildly and madly. I am here
Did you know all! I have travelled far, indeed,
To learn your wishes. Be yourself again!
For in this mood I recognize you less
Than in the horrible despondency
I witnessed last. You may account this, joy;
But rather let me gaze on that despair
Than hear these incoherent words and see
This flushed cheek and intensely-sparkling eye.
Paracelsus.
Why, man, I was light-hearted in my prime
I am light-hearted now; what would you have?
Aprile was a poet, I make songs
'T is the very augury of success I want!
Why should I not be joyous now as then?
Festus.
Joyous! and how? and what remains for joy?
You have declared the ends (which I am sick
Of naming) are impracticable.
Paracelsus.
               Ay,
Pursued as I pursued themthe arch-fool!
Listen: my plan will please you not, 't is like,
But you are little versed in the world's ways.
This is my plan(first drinking its good luck)
I will accept all helps; all I despised
So rashly at the outset, equally
With early impulses, late years have quenched:
I have tried each way singly: now for both!
All helps! no one sort shall exclude the rest.
I seek to know and to enjoy at once,
Not one without the other as before.
Suppose my labour should seem God's own cause
Once more, as first I dreamed,it shall not baulk me
Of the meanest earthliest sensualest delight
That may be snatched; for every joy is gain,
And gain is gain, however small. My soul
Can die then, nor be taunted"what was gained?"
Nor, on the other hand, should pleasure follow
As though I had not spurned her hitherto,
Shall she o'ercloud my spirit's rapt communion
With the tumultuous past, the teeming future,
Glorious with visions of a full success.
Festus.
Success!
Paracelsus.
    And wherefore not? Why not prefer
Results obtained in my best state of being,
To those derived alone from seasons dark
As the thoughts they bred? When I was best, my youth
Unwasted, seemed success not surest too?
It is the nature of darkness to obscure.
I am a wanderer: I remember well
One journey, how I feared the track was missed,
So long the city I desired to reach
Lay hid; when suddenly its spires afar
Flashed through the circling clouds; you may conceive
My transport. Soon the vapours closed again,
But I had seen the city, and one such glance
No darkness could obscure: nor shall the present
A few dull hours, a passing shame or two,
Destroy the vivid memories of the past.
I will fight the battle out; a little spent
Perhaps, but still an able combatant.
You look at my grey hair and furrowed brow?
But I can turn even weakness to account:
Of many tricks I know, 't is not the least
To push the ruins of my frame, whereon
The fire of vigour trembles scarce alive,
Into a heap, and send the flame aloft.
What should I do with age? So, sickness lends
An aid; it being, I fear, the source of all
We boast of: mind is nothing but disease,
And natural health is ignorance.
Festus.
                 I see
But one good symptom in this notable scheme.
I feared your sudden journey had in view
To wreak immediate vengeance on your foes
'T is not so: I am glad.
Paracelsus.
             And if I please
To spit on them, to trample them, what then?
'T is sorry warfare truly, but the fools
Provoke it. I would spare their self-conceit
But if they must provoke me, cannot suffer
Forbearance on my part, if I may keep
No quality in the shade, must needs put forth
Power to match power, my strength against their strength,
And teach them their own game with their own arms
Why, be it so and let them take their chance!
I am above them like a god, there's no
Hiding the fact: what idle scruples, then,
Were those that ever bade me soften it,
Communicate it gently to the world,
Instead of proving my supremacy,
Taking my natural station o'er their head,
Then owning all the glory was a man's!
And in my elevation man's would be.
But live and learn, though life's short, learning, hard!
And therefore, though the wreck of my past self,
I fear, dear Ptter, that your lecture-room
Must wait awhile for its best ornament,
The penitent empiric, who set up
For somebody, but soon was taught his place;
Now, but too happy to be let confess
His error, snuff the candles, and illustrate
(Fiat experientia corpore vili)
Your medicine's soundness in his person. Wait,
Good Ptter!
Festus.
      He who sneers thus, is a god!
      Paracelsus.
Ay, ay, laugh at me! I am very glad
You are not gulled by all this swaggering; you
Can see the root of the matter!how I strive
To put a good face on the overthrow
I have experienced, and to bury and hide
My degradation in its length and breadth;
How the mean motives I would make you think
Just mingle as is due with nobler aims,
The appetites I modestly allow
May influence me as being mortal still
Do goad me, drive me on, and fast supplant
My youth's desires. You are no stupid dupe:
You find me out! Yes, I had sent for you
To palm these childish lies upon you, Festus!
Laughyou shall laugh at me!
Festus.
               The past, then, Aureole,
Proves nothing? Is our interchange of love
Yet to begin? Have I to swear I mean
No flattery in this speech or that? For you,
Whate'er you say, there is no degradation;
These low thoughts are no inmates of your mind,
Or wherefore this disorder? You are vexed
As much by the intrusion of base views,
Familiar to your adversaries, as they
Were troubled should your qualities alight
Amid their murky souls; not otherwise,
A stray wolf which the winter forces down
From our bleak hills, suffices to affright
A village in the valeswhile foresters
Sleep calm, though all night long the famished troop
Snuff round and scratch against their crazy huts.
These evil thoughts are monsters, and will flee.
Paracelsus.
May you be happy, Festus, my own friend!
Festus.
Nay, further; the delights you fain would think
The superseders of your nobler aims,
Though ordinary and harmless stimulants,
Will ne'er content you. . . .
Paracelsus.
               Hush! I once despised them,
But that soon passes. We are high at first
In our demand, nor will abate a jot
Of toil's strict value; but time passes o'er,
And humbler spirits accept what we refuse:
In short, when some such comfort is doled out
As these delights, we cannot long retain
Bitter contempt which urges us at first
To hurl it back, but hug it to our breast
And thankfully retire. This life of mine
Must be lived out and a grave thoroughly earned:
I am just fit for that and nought beside.
I told you once, I cannot now enjoy,
Unless I deem my knowledge gains through joy;
Nor can I know, but straight warm tears reveal
My need of linking also joy to knowledge:
So, on I drive, enjoying all I can,
And knowing all I can. I speak, of course,
Confusedly; this will better explainfeel here!
Quick beating, is it not?a fire of the heart
To work off some way, this as well as any.
So, Festus sees me fairly launched; his calm
Compassionate look might have disturbed me once,
But now, far from rejecting, I invite
What bids me press the closer, lay myself
Open before him, and be soothed with pity;
I hope, if he command hope, and believe
As he directs mesatiating myself
With his enduring love. And Festus quits me
To give place to some credulous disciple
Who holds that God is wise, but Paracelsus
Has his peculiar merits: I suck in
That homage, chuckle o'er that admiration,
And then dismiss the fool; for night is come.
And I betake myself to study again,
Till patient searchings after hidden lore
Half wring some bright truth from its prison; my frame
Trembles, my forehead's veins swell out, my hair
Tingles for triumph. Slow and sure the morn
Shall break on my pent room and dwindling lamp
And furnace dead, and scattered earths and ores;
When, with a failing heart and throbbing brow,
I must review my captured truth, sum up
Its value, trace what ends to what begins,
Its present power with its eventual bearings,
Latent affinities, the views it opens,
And its full length in perfecting my scheme.
I view it sternly circumscribed, cast down
From the high place my fond hopes yielded it,
Proved worthlesswhich, in getting, yet had cost
Another wrench to this fast-falling frame.
Then, quick, the cup to quaff, that chases sorrow!
I lapse back into youth, and take again
My fluttering pulse for evidence that God
Means good to me, will make my cause his own.
See! I have cast off this remorseless care
Which clogged a spirit born to soar so free,
And my dim chamber has become a tent,
Festus is sitting by me, and his Michal . . .
Why do you start? I say, she listening here,
(For yonderWrzburg through the orchard-bough!)
Motions as though such ardent words should find
No echo in a maiden's quiet soul,
But her pure bosom heaves, her eyes fill fast
With tears, her sweet lips tremble all the while!
Ha, ha!
Festus.
   It seems, then, you expect to reap
No unreal joy from this your present course,
But rather . . .
Paracelsus.
         Death! To die! I owe that much
To what, at least, I was. I should be sad
To live contented after such a fall,
To thrive and fatten after such reverse!
The whole plan is a makeshift, but will last
My time.
Festus.
    And you have never mused and said,
"I had a noble purpose, and the strength
"To compass it; but I have stopped half-way,
"And wrongly given the first-fruits of my toil
"To objects little worthy of the gift.
"Why linger round them still? why clench my fault?
"Why seek for consolation in defeat,
"In vain endeavours to derive a beauty
"From ugliness? why seek to make the most
"Of what no power can change, nor strive instead
"With mighty effort to redeem the past
"And, gathering up the treasures thus cast down,
"To hold a steadfast course till I arrive
"At their fit destination and my own?"
You have never pondered thus?
Paracelsus.
               Have I, you ask?
Often at midnight, when most fancies come,
Would some such airy project visit me:
But ever at the end . . . or will you hear
The same thing in a tale, a parable?
You and I, wandering over the world wide,
Chance to set foot upon a desert coast.
Just as we cry, "No human voice before
"Broke the inveterate silence of these rocks!"
Their querulous echo startles us; we turn:
What ravaged structure still looks o'er the sea?
Some characters remain, too! While we read,
The sharp salt wind, impatient for the last
Of even this record, wistfully comes and goes,
Or sings what we recover, mocking it.
This is the record; and my voice, the wind's.
[He sings.
Over the sea our galleys went,
With cleaving prows in order brave
To a speeding wind and a bounding wave,
A gallant armament:
Each bark built out of a forest-tree
Left leafy and rough as first it grew,
And nailed all over the gaping sides,
Within and without, with black bull-hides,
Seethed in fat and suppled in flame,
To bear the playful billows' game:
So, each good ship was rude to see,
Rude and bare to the outward view,
But each upbore a stately tent
Where cedar pales in scented row
Kept out the flakes of the dancing brine,
And an awning drooped the mast below,
In fold on fold of the purple fine,
That neither noontide nor starshine
Nor moonlight cold which maketh mad,
Might pierce the regal tenement.
When the sun dawned, oh, gay and glad
We set the sail and plied the oar;
But when the night-wind blew like breath,
For joy of one day's voyage more,
We sang together on the wide sea,
Like men at peace on a peaceful shore;
Each sail was loosed to the wind so free,
Each helm made sure by the twilight star,
And in a sleep as calm as death,
We, the voyagers from afar,
Lay stretched along, each weary crew
In a circle round its wondrous tent
Whence gleamed soft light and curled rich scent,
And with light and perfume, music too:
So the stars wheeled round, and the darkness past,
And at morn we started beside the mast,
And still each ship was sailing fast.
Now, one morn, land appeareda speck
Dim trembling betwixt sea and sky:
"Avoid it," cried our pilot, "check
"The shout, restrain the eager eye!"
But the heaving sea was black behind
For many a night and many a day,
And land, though but a rock, drew nigh;
So, we broke the cedar pales away,
Let the purple awning flap in the wind,
And a statute bright was on every deck!
We shouted, every man of us,
And steered right into the harbour thus,
With pomp and pan glorious.
A hundred shapes of lucid stone!
All day we built its shrine for each,
A shrine of rock for every one,
Nor paused till in the westering sun
We sat together on the beach
To sing because our task was done.
When lo! what shouts and merry songs!
What laughter all the distance stirs!
A loaded raft with happy throngs
Of gentle islanders!
"Our isles are just at hand," they cried,
"Like cloudlets faint in even sleeping
"Our temple-gates are opened wide,
"Our olive-groves thick shade are keeping
"For these majestic forms"they cried.
Oh, then we awoke with sudden start
From our deep dream, and knew, too late,
How bare the rock, how desolate,
Which had received our precious freight:
Yet we called out"Depart!
"Our gifts, once given, must here abide.
"Our work is done; we have no heart
"To mar our work,"we cried.
Festus.
In truth?
Paracelsus.
     Nay, wait: all this in tracings faint
On rugged stones strewn here and there, but piled
In order once: then followsmark what follows!
"The sad rhyme of the men who proudly clung
"To their first fault, and withered in their pride."
Festus.
Come back then, Aureole; as you fear God, come!
This is foul sin; come back! Renounce the past,
Forswear the future; look for joy no more,
But wait death's summons amid holy sights,
And trust me for the eventpeace, if not joy.
Return with me to Einsiedeln, dear Aureole!
Paracelsus.
No way, no way! it would not turn to good.
A spotless child sleeps on the flowering moss
'T is well for him; but when a sinful man,
Envying such slumber, may desire to put
His guilt away, shall he return at once
To rest by lying there? Our sires knew well
(Spite of the grave discoveries of their sons)
The fitting course for such: dark cells, dim lamps,
A stone floor one may writhe on like a worm:
No mossy pillow blue with violets!
Festus.
I see no symptom of these absolute
And tyrannous passions. You are calmer now.
This verse-making can purge you well enough
Without the terrible penance you describe.
You love me still: the lusts you fear will never
Outrage your friend. To Einsiedeln, once more!
Say but the word!
Paracelsus.
         No, no; those lusts forbid:
They crouch, I know, cowering with half-shut eye
Beside you; 't is their nature. Thrust yourself
Between them and their prey; let some fool style me
Or king or quack, it matters notthen try
Your wisdom, urge them to forego their treat!
No, no; learn better and look deeper, Festus!
If you knew how a devil sneers within me
While you are talking now of this, now that,
As though we differed scarcely save in trifles!
Festus.
Do we so differ? True, change must proceed,
Whether for good or ill; keep from me, which!
Do not confide all secrets: I was born
To hope, and you . . .
Paracelsus.
           To trust: you know the fruits!
           Festus.
Listen: I do believe, what you call trust
Was self-delusion at the best: for, see!
So long as God would kindly pioneer
A path for you, and screen you from the world,
Procure you full exemption from man's lot,
Man's common hopes and fears, on the mere pretext
Of your engagement in his serviceyield you
A limitless licence, make you God, in fact,
And turn your slaveyou were content to say
Most courtly praises! What is it, at last,
But selfishness without example? None
Could trace God's will so plain as you, while yours
Remained implied in it; but now you fail,
And we, who prate about that will, are fools!
In short, God's service is established here
As he determines fit, and not your way,
And this you cannot brook. Such discontent
Is weak. Renounce all creatureship at once!
Affirm an absolute right to have and use
Your energies; as though the rivers should say
"We rush to the ocean; what have we to do
"With feeding streamlets, lingering in the vales,
"Sleeping in lazy pools?" Set up that plea,
That will be bold at least!
Paracelsus.
               'T is like enough.
The serviceable spirits are those, no doubt,
The East produces: lo, the master bids,
They wake, raise terraces and garden-grounds
In one night's space; and, this done, straight begin
Another century's sleep, to the great praise
Of him that framed them wise and beautiful,
Till a lamp's rubbing, or some chance akin,
Wake them again. I am of different mould.
I would have soothed my lord, and slaved for him
And done him service past my narrow bond,
And thus I get rewarded for my pains!
Beside, 't is vain to talk of forwarding
God's glory otherwise; this is alone
The sphere of its increase, as far as men
Increase it; why, then, look beyond this sphere?
We are his glory; and if we be glorious,
Is not the thing achieved?
Festus.
              Shall one like me
Judge hearts like yours? Though years have changed you much,
And you have left your first love, and retain
Its empty shade to veil your crooked ways,
Yet I still hold that you have honoured God.
And who shall call your course without reward?
For, wherefore this repining at defeat
Had triumph ne'er inured you to high hopes?
I urge you to forsake the life you curse,
And what success attends me?simply talk
Of passion, weakness and remorse; in short,
Anything but the naked truthyou choose
This so-despised career, and cheaply hold
My happiness, or rather other men's.
Once more, return!
Paracelsus.
         And quickly. John the thief
Has pilfered half my secrets by this time:
And we depart by daybreak. I am weary,
I know not how; not even the wine-cup soothes
My brain to-night . . .
Do you not thoroughly despise me, Festus?
No flattery! One like you needs not be told
We live and breathe deceiving and deceived.
Do you not scorn me from your heart of hearts,
Me and my cant, each petty subterfuge,
My rhymes and all this frothy shower of words,
My glozing self-deceit, my outward crust
Of lies which wrap, as tetter, morphew, furfair
Wrapt the sound flesh?so, see you flatter not!
Even God flatters: but my friend, at least,
Is true. I would depart, secure henceforth
Against all further insult, hate and wrong
From puny foes; my one friend's scorn shall brand me:
No fear of sinking deeper!
Festus.
              No, dear Aureole!
No, no; I came to counsel faithfully.
There are old rules, made long ere we were born,
By which I judge you. I, so fallible,
So infinitely low beside your mighty
Majestic spirit!even I can see
You own some higher law than ours which call
Sin, what is no sinweakness, what is strength.
But I have only these, such as they are,
To guide me; and I blame you where they bid,
Only so long as blaming promises
To win peace for your soul: the more, that sorrow
Has fallen on me of late, and they have helped me
So that I faint not under my distress.
But wherefore should I scruple to avow
In spite of all, as brother judging brother,
Your fate is most inexplicable to me?
And should you perish without recompense
And satisfaction yettoo hastily
I have relied on love: you may have sinned,
But you have loved. As a mere human matter
As I would have God deal with fragile men
In the endI say that you will triumph yet!
Paracelsus.
Have you felt sorrow, Festus?'t is because
You love me. Sorrow, and sweet Michal yours!
Well thought on: never let her know this last
Dull winding-up of all: these miscreants dared
Insult meme she loved:so, grieve her not!
Festus.
Your ill success can little grieve her now.
Paracelsus.
Michal is dead! pray Christ we do not craze!
Festus.
Aureole, dear Aureole, look not on me thus!
Fool, fool! this is the heart grown sorrow-proof
I cannot bear those eyes.
Paracelsus.
             Nay, really dead?
             Festus.
'T is scarce a month.
Paracelsus.
           Stone dead!then you have laid her
Among the flowers ere this. Now, do you know,
I can reveal a secret which shall comfort
Even you. I have no julep, as men think,
To cheat the grave; but a far better secret.
Know, then, you did not ill to trust your love
To the cold earth: I have thought much of it:
For I believe we do not wholly die.
Festus.
Aureole!
Paracelsus.
    Nay, do not laugh; there is a reason
For what I say: I think the soul can never
Taste death. I am, just now, as you may see,
Very unfit to put so strange a thought
In an intelligible dress of words;
But take it as my trust, she is not dead.
Festus.
But not on this account alone? you surely,
Aureole, you have believed this all along?
Paracelsus.
And Michal sleeps among the roots and dews,
While I am moved at Basil, and full of schemes
For Nuremberg, and hoping and despairing,
As though it mattered how the farce plays out,
So it be quickly played. Away, away!
Have your will, rabble! while we fight the prize,
Troop you in safety to the snug back-seats
And leave a clear arena for the brave
About to perish for your sport!Behold!


~ Robert Browning, Paracelsus - Part IV - Paracelsus Aspires

161:Scene. Wrzburg; a garden in the environs. 1512.
Festus, Paracelsus, Michal.
Paracelsus.
Come close to me, dear friends; still closer; thus!
Close to the heart which, though long time roll by
Ere it again beat quicker, pressed to yours,
As now it beatsperchance a long, long time
At least henceforth your memories shall make
Quiet and fragrant as befits their home.
Nor shall my memory want a home in yours
Alas, that it requires too well such free
Forgiving love as shall embalm it there!
For if you would remember me aright,
As I was born to be, you must forget
All fitful strange and moody waywardness
Which e'er confused my better spirit, to dwell
Only on moments such as these, dear friends!
My heart no truer, but my words and ways
More true to it: as Michal, some months hence,
Will say, "this autumn was a pleasant time,"
For some few sunny days; and overlook
Its bleak wind, hankering after pining leaves.
Autumn would fain be sunny; I would look
Liker my nature's truth: and both are frail,
And both beloved, for all our frailty.
Michal.
                     Aureole!
                     Paracelsus.
Drop by drop! she is weeping like a child!
Not so! I am contentmore than content;
Nay, autumn wins you best by this its mute
Appeal to sympathy for its decay:
Look up, sweet Michal, nor esteem the less
Your stained and drooping vines their grapes bow down,
Nor blame those creaking trees bent with their fruit,
That apple-tree with a rare after-birth
Of peeping blooms sprinkled its wealth among!
Then for the windswhat wind that ever raved
Shall vex that ash which overlooks you both,
So proud it wears its berries? Ah, at length,
The old smile meet for her, the lady of this
Sequestered nest!this kingdom, limited
Alone by one old populous green wall
Tenanted by the ever-busy flies,
Grey crickets and shy lizards and quick spiders,
Each family of the silver-threaded moss
Which, look through near, this way, and it appears
A stubble-field or a cane-brake, a marsh
Of bulrush whitening in the sun: laugh now!
Fancy the crickets, each one in his house,
Looking out, wondering at the worldor best,
Yon painted snail with his gay shell of dew,
Travelling to see the glossy balls high up
Hung by the caterpillar, like gold lamps.
Michal.
In truth we have lived carelessly and well.
Paracelsus.
And shall, my perfect pair!each, trust me, born
For the other; nay, your very hair, when mixed,
Is of one hue. For where save in this nook
Shall you two walk, when I am far away,
And wish me prosperous fortune? Stay: that plant
Shall never wave its tangles lightly and softly,
As a queen's languid and imperial arm
Which scatters crowns among her lovers, but you
Shall be reminded to predict to me
Some great success! Ah see, the sun sinks broad
Behind Saint Saviour's: wholly gone, at last!
Festus.
Now, Aureole, stay those wandering eyes awhile!
You are ours to-night, at least; and while you spoke
Of Michal and her tears, I thought that none
Could willing leave what he so seemed to love:
But that last look destroys my dreamthat look
As if, where'er you gazed, there stood a star!
How far was Wrzburg with its church and spire
And garden-walls and all things they contain,
From that look's far alighting?
Paracelsus.
                 I but spoke
And looked alike from simple joy to see
The beings I love best, shut in so well
From all rude chances like to be my lot,
That, when afar, my weary spirit,disposed
To lose awhile its care in soothing thoughts
Of them, their pleasant features, looks and words,
Needs never hesitate, nor apprehend
Encroaching trouble may have reached them too,
Nor have recourse to fancy's busy aid
And fashion even a wish in their behalf
Beyond what they possess already here;
But, unobstructed, may at once forget
Itself in them, assured how well they fare.
Beside, this Festus knows he holds me one
Whom quiet and its charms arrest in vain,
One scarce aware of all the joys I quit,
Too filled with airy hopes to make account
Of soft delights his own heart garners up:
Whereas behold how much our sense of all
That's beauteous proves alike! When Festus learns
That every common pleasure of the world
Affects me as himself; that I have just
As varied appetite for joy derived
From common things; a stake in life, in short,
Like his; a stake which rash pursuit of aims
That life affords not, would as soon destroy;
He may convince himself that, this in view,
I shall act well advised. And last, because,
Though heaven and earth and all things were at stake,
Sweet Michal must not weep, our parting eve.
Festus.
True: and the eve is deepening, and we sit
As little anxious to begin our talk
As though to-morrow I could hint of it
As we paced arm-in-arm the cheerful town
At sun-dawn; or could whisper it by fits
(Trithemius busied with his class the while)
In that dim chamber where the noon-streaks peer
Half-frightened by the awful tomes around;
Or in some grassy lane unbosom all
From even-blush to midnight: but, to-morrow!
Have I full leave to tell my inmost mind?
We have been brothers, and henceforth the world
Will rise between us:all my freest mind?
'T is the last night, dear Aureole!
Paracelsus.
                   Oh, say on!
Devise some test of love, some arduous feat
To be performed for you: say on! If night
Be spent the while, the better! Recall how oft
My wondrous plans and dreams and hopes and fears
Havenever wearied you, oh no!as I
Recall, and never vividly as now,
Your true affection, born when Einsiedeln
And its green hills were all the world to us;
And still increasing to this night which ends
My further stay at Wrzburg. Oh, one day
You shall be very proud! Say on, dear friends!
Festus.
In truth? 'T is for my proper peace, indeed,
Rather than yours; for vain all projects seem
To stay your course: I said my latest hope
Is fading even now. A story tells
Of some far embassy despatched to win
The favour of an eastern king, and how
The gifts they offered proved but dazzling dust
Shed from the ore-beds native to his clime.
Just so, the value of repose and love,
I meant should tempt you, better far than I
You seem to comprehend; and yet desist
No whit from projects where repose nor love
Has part.
Paracelsus.
     Once more? Alas! As I foretold.
     Festus.
A solitary briar the bank puts forth
To save our swan's nest floating out to sea.
Paracelsus.
Dear Festus, hear me. What is it you wish?
That I should lay aside my heart's pursuit,
Abandon the sole ends for which I live,
Reject God's great commission, and so die!
You bid me listen for your true love's sake:
Yet how has grown that love? Even in a long
And patient cherishing of the self-same spirit
It now would quell; as though a mother hoped
To stay the lusty manhood of the child
Once weak upon her knees. I was not born
Informed and fearless from the first, but shrank
From aught which marked me out apart from men:
I would have lived their life, and died their death,
Lost in their ranks, eluding destiny:
But you first guided me through doubt and fear,
Taught me to know mankind and know myself;
And now that I am strong and full of hope,
That, from my soul, I can reject all aims
Save those your earnest words made plain to me,
Now that I touch the brink of my design,
When I would have a triumph in their eyes,
A glad cheer in their voicesMichal weeps,
And Festus ponders gravely!
Festus.
               When you deign
To hear my purpose . . .
Paracelsus.
             Hear it? I can say
Beforehand all this evening's conference!
'T is this way, Michal, that he uses: first,
Or he declares, or I, the leading points
Of our best scheme of life, what is man's end
And what God's will; no two faiths e'er agreed
As his with mine. Next, each of us allows
Faith should be acted on as best we may;
Accordingly, I venture to submit
My plan, in lack of better, for pursuing
The path which God's will seems to authorize.
Well, he discerns much good in it, avows
This motive worthy, that hope plausible,
A danger here to be avoided, there
An oversight to be repaired: in fine
Our two minds go togetherall the good
Approved by him, I gladly recognize,
All he counts bad, I thankfully discard,
And nought forbids my looking up at last
For some stray comfort in his cautious brow.
When, lo! I learn that, spite of all, there lurks
Some innate and inexplicable germ
Of failure in my scheme; so that at last
It all amounts to thisthe sovereign proof
That we devote ourselves to God, is seen
In living just as though no God there were;
A life which, prompted by the sad and blind
Folly of man, Festus abhors the most;
But which these tenets sanctify at once,
Though to less subtle wits it seems the same,
Consider it how they may.
Michal.
             Is it so, Festus
He speaks so calmly and kindly: is it so?
Paracelsus.
Reject those glorious visions of God's love
And man's design; laugh loud that God should send
Vast longings to direct us; say how soon
Power satiates these, or lust, or gold; I know
The world's cry well, and how to answer it.
But this ambiguous warfare . . .
Festus.
                 . . . Wearies so
That you will grant no last leave to your friend
To urge it?for his sake, not yours? I wish
To send my soul in good hopes after you;
Never to sorrow that uncertain words
Erringly apprehended, a new creed
Ill understood, begot rash trust in you,
Had share in your undoing.
Paracelsus.
              Choose your side,
Hold or renounce: but meanwhile blame me not
Because I dare to act on your own views,
Nor shrink when they point onward, nor espy
A peril where they most ensure success.
Festus.
Prove that to mebut that! Prove you abide
Within their warrant, nor presumptuous boast
God's labour laid on you; prove, all you covet
A mortal may expect; and, most of all,
Prove the strange course you now affect, will lead
To its attainmentand I bid you speed,
Nay, count the minutes till you venture forth!
You smile; but I had gathered from slow thought
Much musing on the fortunes of my friend
Matter I deemed could not be urged in vain;
But it all leaves me at my need: in shreds
And fragments I must venture what remains.
Michal.
Ask at once, Festus, wherefore he should scorn . . .
Festus.
Stay, Michal: Aureole, I speak guardedly
And gravely, knowing well, whate'er your error,
This is no ill-considered choice of yours,
No sudden fancy of an ardent boy.
Not from your own confiding words alone
Am I aware your passionate heart long since
Gave birth to, nourished and at length matures
This scheme. I will not speak of Einsiedeln,
Where I was born your elder by some years
Only to watch you fully from the first:
In all beside, our mutual tasks were fixed
Even then't was mine to have you in my view
As you had your own soul and those intents
Which filled it when, to crown your dearest wish,
With a tumultuous heart, you left with me
Our childhood's home to join the favoured few
Whom, here, Trithemius condescends to teach
A portion of his lore: and not one youth
Of those so favoured, whom you now despise,
Came earnest as you came, resolved, like you,
To grasp all, and retain all, and deserve
By patient toil a wide renown like his.
Now, this new ardour which supplants the old
I watched, too; 't was significant and strange,
In one matched to his soul's content at length
With rivals in the search for wisdom's prize,
To see the sudden pause, the total change;
From contest, the transition to repose
From pressing onward as his fellows pressed,
To a blank idleness, yet most unlike
The dull stagnation of a soul, content,
Once foiled, to leave betimes a thriveless quest.
That careless bearing, free from all pretence
Even of contempt for what it ceased to seek
Smiling humility, praising much, yet waiving
What it professed to praisethough not so well
Maintained but that rare outbreaks, fierce and brief,
Revealed the hidden scorn, as quickly curbed.
That ostentatious show of past defeat,
That ready acquiescence in contempt,
I deemed no other than the letting go
His shivered sword, of one about to spring
Upon his foe's throat; but it was not thus:
Not that way looked your brooding purpose then.
For after-signs disclosed, what you confirmed,
That you prepared to task to the uttermost
Your strength, in furtherance of a certain aim
Whichwhile it bore the name your rivals gave
Their own most puny effortswas so vast
In scope that it included their best flights,
Combined them, and desired to gain one prize
In place of many,the secret of the world,
Of man, and man's true purpose, path and fate.
That you, not nursing as a mere vague dream
This purpose, with the sages of the past,
Have struck upon a way to this, if all
You trust be true, which following, heart and soul,
You, if a man may, dare aspire to know:
And that this aim shall differ from a host
Of aims alike in character and kind,
Mostly in this,that in itself alone
Shall its reward be, not an alien end
Blending therewith; no hope nor fear nor joy
Nor woe, to elsewhere move you, but this pure
Devotion to sustain you or betray:
Thus you aspire.
Paracelsus.
         You shall not state it thus:
I should not differ from the dreamy crew
You speak of. I profess no other share
In the selection of my lot, than this
My ready answer to the will of God
Who summons me to be his organ. All
Whose innate strength supports them shall succeed
No better than the sages.
Festus.
             Such the aim, then,
God sets before you; and't is doubtless need
That he appoint no less the way of praise
Than the desire to praise; for, though I hold
With you, the setting forth such praise to be
The natural end and service of a man,
And hold such praise is best attained when man
Attains the general welfare of his kind
Yet this, the end, is not the instrument.
Presume not to serve God apart from such
Appointed channel as he wills shall gather
Imperfect tributes, for that sole obedience
Valued perchance! He seeks not that his altars
Blaze, careless how, so that they do but blaze.
Suppose this, then; that God selected you
To know (heed well your answers, for my faith
Shall meet implicitly what they affirm)
I cannot think you dare annex to such
Selection aught beyond a steadfast will,
An intense hope; nor let your gifts create
Scorn or neglect of ordinary means
Conducive to success, make destiny
Dispense with man's endeavour. Now, dare you search
Your inmost heart, and candidly avow
Whether you have not rather wild desire
For this distinction than security
Of its existence? whether you discern
The path to the fulfilment of your purpose
Clear as that purposeand again, that purpose
Clear as your yearning to be singled out
For its pursuer. Dare you answer this?
Paracelsus
[after a pause].
No, I have nought to fear! Who will may know
The secret'st workings of my soul. What though
It be so?if indeed the strong desire
Eclipse the aim in me?if splendour break
Upon the outset of my path alone,
And duskest shade succeed? What fairer seal
Shall I require to my authentic mission
Than this fierce energy?this instinct striving
Because its nature is to strive?enticed
By the security of no broad course,
Without success forever in its eyes!
How know I else such glorious fate my own,
But in the restless irresistible force
That works within me? Is it for human will
To institute such impulses?still less,
To disregard their promptings! What should I
Do, kept among you all; your loves, your cares,
Your lifeall to be mine? Be sure that God
Ne'er dooms to waste the strength he deigns impart!
Ask the geier-eagle why she stoops at once
Into the vast and unexplored abyss,
What full-grown power informs her from the first,
Why she not marvels, strenuously beating
The silent boundless regions of the sky!
Be sure they sleep not whom God needs! Nor fear
Their holding light his charge, when every hour
That finds that charge delayed, is a new death.
This for the faith in which I trust; and hence
I can abjure so well the idle arts
These pedants strive to learn and teach; Black Arts,
Great Works, the Secret and Sublime, forsooth
Let others prize: too intimate a tie
Connects me with our God! A sullen fiend
To do my bidding, fallen and hateful sprites
To help mewhat are these, at best, beside
God helping, God directing everywhere,
So that the earth shall yield her secrets up,
And every object there be charged to strike,
Teach, gratify her master God appoints?
And I am young, my Festus, happy and free!
I can devote myself; I have a life
To give; I, singled out for this, the One!
Think, think! the wide East, where all Wisdom sprung;
The bright South, where she dwelt; the hopeful North,
All are passed o'erit lights on me! 'T is time
New hopes should animate the world, new light
Should dawn from new revealings to a race
Weighed down so long, forgotten so long; thus shall
The heaven reserved for us at last receive
Creatures whom no unwonted splendours blind,
But ardent to confront the unclouded blaze.
Whose beams not seldom blessed their pilgrimage,
Not seldom glorified their life below.
Festus.
My words have their old fate and make faint stand
Against your glowing periods. Call this, truth
Why not pursue it in a fast retreat,
Some one of Learning's many palaces,
After approved example?seeking there
Calm converse with the great dead, soul to soul,
Who laid up treasure with the like intent
So lift yourself into their airy place,
And fill out full their unfulfilled careers,
Unravelling the knots their baffled skill
Pronounced inextricable, true!but left
Far less confused. A fresh eye, a fresh hand,
Might do much at their vigour's waning-point;
Succeeding with new-breathed new-hearted force,
As at old games the runner snatched the torch
From runner still: this way success might be.
But you have coupled with your enterprise,
An arbitrary self-repugnant scheme
Of seeking it in strange and untried paths.
What books are in the desert? Writes the sea
The secret of her yearning in vast caves
Where yours will fall the first of human feet?
Has wisdom sat there and recorded aught
You press to read? Why turn aside from her
To visit, where her vesture never glanced,
Nowsolitudes consigned to barrenness
By God's decree, which who shall dare impugn?
Nowruins where she paused but would not stay,
Old ravaged cities that, renouncing her,
She called an endless curse on, so it came:
Or worst of all, nowmen you visit, men,
Ignoblest troops who never heard her voice
Or hate it, men without one gift from Rome
Or Athens,these shall Aureole's teachers be!
Rejecting past example, practice, precept,
Aidless'mid these he thinks to stand alone:
Thick like a glory round the Stagirite
Your rivals throng, the sages: here stand you!
Whatever you may protest, knowledge is not
Paramount in your love; or for her sake
You would collect all help from every source
Rival, assistant, friend, foe, all would merge
In the broad class of those who showed her haunts,
And those who showed them not.
Paracelsus.
                What shall I say?
Festus, from childhood I have been possessed
By a fireby a true fire, or faint or fierce,
As from without some master, so it seemed,
Repressed or urged its current: this but ill
Expresses what would I convey: but rather
I will believe an angel ruled me thus,
Than that my soul's own workings, own high nature,
So became manifest. I knew not then
What whispered in the evening, and spoke out
At midnight. If some mortal, born too soon,
Were laid away in some great trancethe ages
Coming and going all the whiletill dawned
His true time's advent; and could then record
The words they spoke who kept watch by his bed,
Then I might tell more of the breath so light
Upon my eyelids, and the fingers light
Among my hair. Youth is confused; yet never
So dull was I but, when that spirit passed,
I turned to him, scarce consciously, as turns
A water-snake when fairies cross his sleep.
And having this within me and about me
While Einsiedeln, its mountains, lakes and woods
Confined mewhat oppressive joy was mine
When life grew plain, and I first viewed the thronged,
The everlasting concourse of mankind!
Believe that ere I joined them, ere I knew
The purpose of the pageant, or the place
Consigned me in its rankswhile, just awake,
Wonder was freshest and delight most pure
'T was then that least supportable appeared
A station with the brightest of the crowd,
A portion with the proudest of them all.
And from the tumult in my breast, this only
Could I collect, that I must thenceforth die
Or elevate myself far, far above
The gorgeous spectacle. I seemed to long
At once to trample on, yet save mankind,
To make some unexampled sacrifice
In their behalf, to wring some wondrous good
From heaven or earth for them, to perish, winning
Eternal weal in the act: as who should dare
Pluck out the angry thunder from its cloud,
That, all its gathered flame discharged on him,
No storm might threaten summer's azure sleep:
Yet never to be mixed with men so much
As to have part even in my own work, share
In my own largess. Once the feat achieved,
I would withdraw from their officious praise,
Would gently put aside their profuse thanks.
Like some knight traversing a wilderness,
Who, on his way, may chance to free a tribe
Of desert-people from their dragon-foe;
When all the swarthy race press round to kiss
His feet, and choose him for their king, and yield
Their poor tents, pitched among the sand-hills, for
His realm: and he points, smiling, to his scarf
Heavy with riveled gold, his burgonet
Gay set with twinkling stonesand to the East,
Where these must be displayed!
Festus.
                Good: let us hear
No more about your nature, "which first shrank
"From all that marked you out apart from men!"
Paracelsus.
I touch on that; these words but analyse
The first mad impulse: 't was as brief as fond,
For as I gazed again upon the show,
I soon distinguished here and there a shape
Palm-wreathed and radiant, forehead and full eye.
Well pleased was I their state should thus at once
Interpret my own thoughts:"Behold the clue
"To all," I rashly said, "and what I pine
"To do, these have accomplished: we are peers.
"They know and therefore rule: I, too, will know!"
You were beside me, Festus, as you say;
You saw me plunge in their pursuits whom fame
Is lavish to attest the lords of mind,
Not pausing to make sure the prize in view
Would satiate my cravings when obtained,
But since they strove I strove. Then came a slow
And strangling failure. We aspired alike,
Yet not the meanest plodder, Tritheim counts
A marvel, but was all-sufficient, strong,
Or staggered only at his own vast wits;
While I was restless, nothing satisfied,
Distrustful, most perplexed. I would slur over
That struggle; suffice it, that I loathed myself
As weak compared with them, yet felt somehow
A mighty power was brooding, taking shape
Within me; and this lasted till one night
When, as I sat revolving it and more,
A still voice from without said"Seest thou not,
"Desponding child, whence spring defeat and loss?
"Even from thy strength. Consider: hast thou gazed
"Presumptuously on wisdom's countenance,
"No veil between; and can thy faltering hands,
"Unguided by the brain the sight absorbs,
"Pursue their task as earnest blinkers do
"Whom radiance ne'er distracted? Live their life
"If thou wouldst share their fortune, choose their eyes
"Unfed by splendour. Let each task present
"Its petty good to thee. Waste not thy gifts
"In profitless waiting for the gods' descent,
"But have some idol of thine own to dress
"With their array. Know, not for knowing's sake,
"But to become a star to men for ever;
"Know, for the gain it gets, the praise it brings,
"The wonder it inspires, the love it breeds:
"Look one step onward, and secure that step!"
And I smiled as one never smiles but once,
Then first discovering my own aim's extent,
Which sought to comprehend the works of God,
And God himself, and all God's intercourse
With the human mind; I understood, no less,
My fellows' studies, whose true worth I saw,
But smiled not, well aware who stood by me.
And softer came the voice"There is a way:
"'T is hard for flesh to tread therein, imbued
"With frailtyhopeless, if indulgence first
"Have ripened inborn germs of sin to strength:
"Wilt thou adventure for my sake and man's,
"Apart from all reward?" And last it breathed
"Be happy, my good soldier; I am by thee,
"Be sure, even to the end!"I answered not,
Knowing him. As he spoke, I was endued
With comprehension and a steadfast will;
And when he ceased, my brow was sealed his own.
If there took place no special change in me,
How comes it all things wore a different hue
Thenceforward?pregnant with vast consequence,
Teeming with grand result, loaded with fate?
So that when, quailing at the mighty range
Of secret truths which yearn for birth, I haste
To contemplate undazzled some one truth,
Its bearings and effects aloneat once
What was a speck expands into a star,
Asking a life to pass exploring thus,
Till I near craze. I go to prove my soul!
I see my way as birds their trackless way.
I shall arrive! what time, what circuit first,
I ask not: but unless God send his hail
Or blinding fireballs, sleet or stifling snow,
In some time, his good time, I shall arrive:
He guides me and the bird. In his good time!
Michal.
Vex him no further, Festus; it is so!
Festus.
Just thus you help me ever. This would hold
Were it the trackless air, and not a path
Inviting you, distinct with footprints yet
Of many a mighty marcher gone that way.
You may have purer views than theirs, perhaps,
But they were famous in their daythe proofs
Remain. At least accept the light they lend.
Paracelsus.
Their light! the sum of all is briefly this:
They laboured and grew famous, and the fruits
Are best seen in a dark and groaning earth
Given over to a blind and endless strife
With evils, what of all their lore abates?
No; I reject and spurn them utterly
And all they teach. Shall I still sit beside
Their dry wells, with a white lip and filmed eye,
While in the distance heaven is blue above
Mountains where sleep the unsunned tarns?
Festus.
                      And yet
As strong delusions have prevailed ere now.
Men have set out as gallantly to seek
Their ruin. I have heard of such: yourself
Avow all hitherto have failed and fallen.
Michal.
Nay, Festus, when but as the pilgrims faint
Through the drear way, do you expect to see
Their city dawn amid the clouds afar?
Paracelsus.
Ay, sounds it not like some old well-known tale?
For me, I estimate their works and them
So rightly, that at times I almost dream
I too have spent a life the sages' way,
And tread once more familiar paths. Perchance
I perished in an arrogant self-reliance
Ages ago; and in that act, a prayer
For one more chance went up so earnest, so
Instinct with better light let in by death,
That life was blotted outnot so completely
But scattered wrecks enough of it remain,
Dim memories, as now, when once more seems
The goal in sight again. All which, indeed,
Is foolish, and only meansthe flesh I wear,
The earth I tread, are not more clear to me
Than my belief, explained to you or no.
Festus.
And who am I, to challenge and dispute
That clear belief? I will divest all fear.
Michal.
Then Aureole is God's commissary! he shall
Be great and grandand all for us!
Paracelsus.
                   No, sweet!
Not great and grand. If I can serve mankind
'T is well; but there our intercourse must end:
I never will be served by those I serve.
Festus.
Look well to this; here is a plague-spot, here,
Disguise it how you may! 'T is true, you utter
This scorn while by our side and loving us;
'T is but a spot as yet: but it will break
Into a hideous blotch if overlooked.
How can that course be safe which from the first
Produces carelessness to human love?
It seems you have abjured the helps which men
Who overpass their kind, as you would do,
Have humbly sought; I dare not thoroughly probe
This matter, lest I learn too much. Let be
That popular praise would little instigate
Your efforts, nor particular approval
Reward you; put reward aside; alone
You shall go forth upon your arduous task,
None shall assist you, none partake your toil,
None share your triumph: still you must retain
Some one to cast your glory on, to share
Your rapture with. Were I elect like you,
I would encircle me with love, and raise
A rampart of my fellows; it should seem
Impossible for me to fail, so watched
By gentle friends who made my cause their own.
They should ward off fate's envythe great gift,
Extravagant when claimed by me alone,
Being so a gift to them as well as me.
If danger daunted me or ease seduced,
How calmly their sad eyes should gaze reproach!
Michal.
O Aureole, can I sing when all alone,
Without first calling, in my fancy, both
To listen by my sideeven I! And you?
Do you not feel this? Say that you feel this!
Paracelsus.
I feel't is pleasant that my aims, at length
Allowed their weight, should be supposed to need
A further strengthening in these goodly helps!
My course allures for its own sake, its sole
Intrinsic worth; and ne'er shall boat of mine
Adventure forth for gold and apes at once.
Your sages say, "if human, therefore weak:"
If weak, more need to give myself entire
To my pursuit; and by its side, all else . . .
No matter! I deny myself but little
In waiving all assistance save its own.
Would there were some real sacrifice to make!
Your friends the sages threw their joys away,
While I must be content with keeping mine.
Festus.
But do not cut yourself from human weal!
You cannot thrivea man that dares affect
To spend his life in service to his kind
For no reward of theirs, unbound to them
By any tie; nor do so, Aureole! No
There are strange punishments for such. Give up
(Although no visible good flow thence) some part
Of the glory to another; hiding thus,
Even from yourself, that all is for yourself.
Say, say almost to God"I have done all
"For her, not for myself!"
Paracelsus.
              And who but lately
Was to rejoice in my success like you?
Whom should I love but both of you?
Festus.
                   I know not:
But know this, you, that't is no will of mine
You should abjure the lofty claims you make;
And this the causeI can no longer seek
To overlook the truth, that there would be
A monstrous spectacle upon the earth,
Beneath the pleasant sun, among the trees:
A being knowing not what love is. Hear me!
You are endowed with faculties which bear
Annexed to them as't were a dispensation
To summon meaner spirits to do their will
And gather round them at their need; inspiring
Such with a love themselves can never feel,
Passionless'mid their passionate votaries.
I know not if you joy in this or no,
Or ever dream that common men can live
On objects you prize lightly, but which make
Their heart's sole treasure: the affections seem
Beauteous at most to you, which we must taste
Or die: and this strange quality accords,
I know not how, with you; sits well upon
That luminous brow, though in another it scowls
An eating brand, a shame. I dare not judge you.
The rules of right and wrong thus set aside,
There's no alternativeI own you one
Of higher order, under other laws
Than bind us; therefore, curb not one bold glance!
'T is best aspire. Once mingled with us all . . .
Michal.
Stay with us, Aureole! cast those hopes away,
And stay with us! An angel warns me, too,
Man should be humble; you are very proud:
And God, dethroned, has doleful plagues for such!
Warns me to have in dread no quick repulse,
No slow defeat, but a complete success:
You will find all you seek, and perish so!
Paracelsus
[after a pause].
Are these the barren firstfruits of my quest?
Is love like this the natural lot of all?
How many years of pain might one such hour
O'erbalance? Dearest Michal, dearest Festus,
What shall I say, if not that I desire
To justify your love; and will, dear friends,
In swerving nothing from my first resolves.
See, the great moon! and ere the mottled owls
Were wide awake, I was to go. It seems
You acquiesce at last in all save this
If I am like to compass what I seek
By the untried career I choose; and then,
If that career, making but small account
Of much of life's delight, will yet retain
Sufficient to sustain my soul: for thus
I understand these fond fears just expressed.
And first; the lore you praise and I neglect,
The labours and the precepts of old time,
I have not lightly disesteemed. But, friends,
Truth is within ourselves; it takes no rise
From outward things, whate'er you may believe.
There is an inmost centre in us all,
Where truth abides in fulness; and around,
Wall upon wall, the gross flesh hems it in,
This perfect, clear perceptionwhich is truth.
A baffling and perverting carnal mesh
Binds it, and makes all error: and to know
Rather consists in opening out a way
Whence the imprisoned splendour may escape,
Than in effecting entry for a light
Supposed to be without. Watch narrowly
The demonstration of a truth, its birth,
And you trace back the effluence to its spring
And source within us; where broods radiance vast,
To be elicited ray by ray, as chance
Shall favour: chancefor hitherto, your sage
Even as he knows not how those beams are born,
As little knows he what unlocks their fount:
And men have oft grown old among their books
To die case-hardened in their ignorance,
Whose careless youth had promised what long years
Of unremitted labour ne'er performed:
While, contrary, it has chanced some idle day,
To autumn loiterers just as fancy-free
As the midges in the sun, gives birth at last
To truthproduced mysteriously as cape
Of cloud grown out of the invisible air.
Hence, may not truth be lodged alike in all,
The lowest as the highest? some slight film
The interposing bar which binds a soul
And makes the idiot, just as makes the sage
Some film removed, the happy outlet whence
Truth issues proudly? See this soul of ours!
How it strives weakly in the child, is loosed
In manhood, clogged by sickness, back compelled
By age and waste, set free at last by death:
Why is it, flesh enthrals it or enthrones?
What is this flesh we have to penetrate?
Oh, not alone when life flows still, do truth
And power emerge, but also when strange chance
Ruffles its current; in unused conjuncture,
When sickness breaks the bodyhunger, watching,
Excess or languoroftenest death's approach,
Peril, deep joy or woe. One man shall crawl
Through life surrounded with all stirring things,
Unmoved; and he goes mad: and from the wreck
Of what he was, by his wild talk alone,
You first collect how great a spirit he hid.
Therefore, set free the soul alike in all,
Discovering the true laws by which the flesh
Accloys the spirit! We may not be doomed
To cope with seraphs, but at least the rest
Shall cope with us. Make no more giants, God,
But elevate the race at once! We ask
To put forth just our strength, our human strength,
All starting fairly, all equipped alike,
Gifted alike, all eagle-eyed, true-hearted
See if we cannot beat thine angels yet!
Such is my task. I go to gather this
The sacred knowledge, here and there dispersed
About the world, long lost or never found.
And why should I be sad or lorn of hope?
Why ever make man's good distinct from God's,
Or, finding they are one, why dare mistrust?
Who shall succeed if not one pledged like me?
Mine is no mad attempt to build a world
Apart from his, like those who set themselves
To find the nature of the spirit they bore,
And, taught betimes that all their gorgeous dreams
Were only born to vanish in this life,
Refused to fit them to its narrow sphere,
But chose to figure forth another world
And other frames meet for their vast desires,
And all a dream! Thus was life scorned; but life
Shall yet be crowned: twine amaranth! I am priest!
And all for yielding with a lively spirit
A poor existence, parting with a youth
Like those who squander every energy
Convertible to good, on painted toys,
Breath-bubbles, gilded dust! And though I spurn
All adventitious aims, from empty praise
To love's award, yet whoso deems such helps
Important, and concerns himself for me,
May know even these will follow with the rest
As in the steady rolling Mayne, asleep
Yonder, is mixed its mass of schistous ore.
My own affections laid to rest awhile,
Will waken purified, subdued alone
By all I have achieved. Till thentill then . . .
Ah, the time-wiling loitering of a page
Through bower and over lawn, till eve shall bring
The stately lady's presence whom he loves
The broken sleep of the fisher whose rough coat
Enwraps the queenly pearlthese are faint types!
See, see, they look on me: I triumph now!
But one thing, Festus, Michal! I have told
All I shall e'er disclose to mortal: say
Do you believe I shall accomplish this?
Festus.
I do believe!
Michal.
       I ever did believe!
       Paracelsus.
Those words shall never fade from out my brain!
This earnest of the end shall never fade!
Are there not, Festus, are there not, dear Michal,
Two points in the adventure of the diver,
Onewhen, a beggar, he prepares to plunge,
Onewhen, a prince, he rises with his pearl?
Festus, I plunge!
Festus.
         We wait you when you rise!


~ Robert Browning, Paracelsus - Part I - Paracelsus Aspires

162:Scene. Salzburg; a cell in the Hospital of St. Sebastian. 1541.
Festus, Paracelsus.
Festus.
No change! The weary night is well-nigh spent,
The lamp burns low, and through the casement-bars
Grey morning glimmers feebly: yet no change!
Another night, and still no sigh has stirred
That fallen discoloured mouth, no pang relit
Those fixed eyes, quenched by the decaying body,
Like torch-flame choked in dust. While all beside
Was breaking, to the last they held out bright,
As a stronghold where life intrenched itself;
But they are dead nowvery blind and dead:
He will drowse into death without a groan.
My Aureolemy forgotten, ruined Aureole!
The days are gone, are gone! How grand thou wast!
And now not one of those who struck thee down
Poor glorious spiritconcerns him even to stay
And satisfy himself his little hand
Could turn God's image to a livid thing.
Another night, and yet no change! 'T is much
That I should sit by him, and bathe his brow,
And chafe his hands; 't is much: but he will sure
Know me, and look on me, and speak to me
Once morebut only once! His hollow cheek
Looked all night long as though a creeping laugh
At his own state were just about to break
From the dying man: my brain swam, my throat swelled,
And yet I could not turn away. In truth,
They told me how, when first brought here, he seemed
Resolved to live, to lose no faculty;
Thus striving to keep up his shattered strength,
Until they bore him to this stifling cell:
When straight his features fell, an hour made white
The flushed face, and relaxed the quivering limb,
Only the eye remained intense awhile
As though it recognized the tomb-like place,
And then he lay as here he lies.
                 Ay, here!
Here is earth's noblest, nobly garlanded
Her bravest champion with his well-won prize
Her best achievement, her sublime amends
For countless generations fleeting fast
And followed by no trace;the creature-god
She instances when angels would dispute
The title of her brood to rank with them.
Angels, this is our angel! Those bright forms
We clothe with purple, crown and call to thrones,
Are human, but not his; those are but men
Whom other men press round and kneel before;
Those palaces are dwelt in by mankind;
Higher provision is for him you seek
Amid our pomps and glories: see it here!
Behold earth's paragon! Now, raise thee, clay!
God! Thou art love! I build my faith on that
Even as I watch beside thy tortured child
Unconscious whose hot tears fall fast by him,
So doth thy right hand guide us through the world
Wherein we stumble. God! what shall we say?
How has he sinned? How else should he have done?
Surely he sought thy praisethy praise, for all
He might be busied by the task so much
As half forget awhile its proper end.
Dost thou well, Lord? Thou canst not but prefer
That I should range myself upon his side
How could he stop at every step to set
Thy glory forth? Hadst thou but granted him
Success, thy honour would have crowned success,
A halo round a star. Or, say he erred,
Save him, dear God; it will be like thee: bathe him
In light and life! Thou art not made like us;
We should be wroth in such a case; but thou
Forgivestso, forgive these passionate thoughts
Which come unsought and will not pass away!
I know thee, who hast kept my path, and made
Light for me in the darkness, tempering sorrow
So that it reached me like a solemn joy;
It were too strange that I should doubt thy love.
But what am I? Thou madest him and knowest
How he was fashioned. I could never err
That way: the quiet place beside thy feet,
Reserved for me, was ever in my thoughts:
But hethou shouldst have favoured him as well!
Ah! he wakens! Aureole, I am here! 't is Festus!
I cast away all wishes save one wish
Let him but know me, only speak to me!
He mutters; louder and louder; any other
Than I, with brain less laden, could collect
What he pours forth. Dear Aureole, do but look!
Is it talking or singing, this he utters fast?
Misery that he should fix me with his eye,
Quick talking to some other all the while!
If he would husband this wild vehemence
Which frustrates its intent!I heard, I know
I heard my name amid those rapid words.
Oh, he will know me yet! Could I divert
This current, lead it somehow gently back
Into the channels of the past!His eye
Brighter than ever! It must recognize me!
I am Erasmus: I am here to pray
That Paracelsus use his skill for me.
The schools of Paris and of Padua send
These questions for your learning to resolve.
We are your students, noble master: leave
This wretched cell, what business have you here?
Our class awaits you; come to us once more!
(O agony! the utmost I can do
Touches him not; how else arrest his ear?)
I am commissioned . . . I shall craze like him.
Better be mute and see what God shall send.
Paracelsus.
Stay, stay with me!
Festus.
          I will; I am come here
To stay with youFestus, you loved of old;
Festus, you know, you must know!
Paracelsus.
                 Festus! Where's
Aprile, then? Has he not chanted softly
The melodies I heard all night? I could not
Get to him for a cold hand on my breast,
But I made out his music well enough,
O well enough! If they have filled him full
With magical music, as they freight a star
With light, and have remitted all his sin,
They will forgive me too, I too shall know!
Festus.
Festus, your Festus!
Paracelsus.
           Ask him if Aprile
Knows as he Lovesif I shall Love and Know?
I try; but that cold hand, like leadso cold!
Festus.
My hand, see!
Paracelsus.
       Ah, the curse, Aprile, Aprile!
We get so nearso very, very near!
'T is an old tale: Jove strikes the Titans down,
Not when they set about their mountain-piling
But when another rock would crown the work.
And Phaetondoubtless his first radiant plunge
Astonished mortals, though the gods were calm,
And Jove prepared his thunder: all old tales!
Festus.
And what are these to you?
Paracelsus.
              Ay, fiends must laugh
So cruelly, so well! most like I never
Could tread a single pleasure underfoot,
But they were grinning by my side, were chuckling
To see me toil and drop away by flakes!
Hell-spawn! I am glad, most glad, that thus I fail!
Your cunning has o'ershot its aim. One year,
One month, perhaps, and I had served your turn!
You should have curbed your spite awhile. But now,
Who will believe 't was you that held me back?
Listen: there's shame and hissing and contempt,
And none but laughs who names me, none but spits
Measureless scorn upon me, me alone,
The quack, the cheat, the liar,all on me!
And thus your famous plan to sink mankind
In silence and despair, by teaching them
One of their race had probed the inmost truth,
Had done all man could do, yet failed no less
Your wise plan proves abortive. Men despair?
Ha, ha! why, they are hooting the empiric,
The ignorant and incapable fool who rushed
Madly upon a work beyond his wits;
Nor doubt they but the simplest of themselves
Could bring the matter to triumphant issue.
So, pick and choose among them all, accursed!
Try now, persuade some other to slave for you,
To ruin body and soul to work your ends!
No, no; I am the first and last, I think.
Festus.
Dear friend, who are accursed? who has done
Paracelsus.
What have I done? Fiends dare ask that? or you,
Brave men? Oh, you can chime in boldly, backed
By the others! What had you to do, sage peers?
Here stand my rivals; Latin, Arab, Jew,
Greek, join dead hands against me: all I ask
Is, that the world enrol my name with theirs,
And even this poor privilege, it seems,
They range themselves, prepared to disallow.
Only observe! why, fiends may learn from them!
How they talk calmly of my throes, my fierce
Aspirings, terrible watchings, each one claiming
Its price of blood and brain; how they dissect
And sneeringly disparage the few truths
Got at a life's cost; they too hanging the while
About my neck, their lies misleading me
And their dead names browbeating me! Grey crew,
Yet steeped in fresh malevolence from hell,
Is there a reason for your hate? My truths
Have shaken a little the palm about each prince?
Just think, Aprile, all these leering dotards
Were bent on nothing less than to be crowned
As we! That yellow blear-eyed wretch in chief
To whom the rest cringe low with feigned respect,
Galen of Pergamos and hellnay speak
The tale, old man! We met there face to face:
I said the crown should fall from thee. Once more
We meet as in that ghastly vestibule:
Look to my brow! Have I redeemed my pledge?
Festus.
Peace, peace; ah, see!
Paracelsus.
           Oh, emptiness of fame!
Oh Persic Zoroaster, lord of stars!
Who said these old renowns, dead long ago,
Could make me overlook the living world
To gaze through gloom at where they stood, indeed,
But stand no longer? What a warm light life
After the shade! In truth, my delicate witch,
My serpent-queen, you did but well to hide
The juggles I had else detected. Fire
May well run harmless o'er a breast like yours!
The cave was not so darkened by the smoke
But that your white limbs dazzled me: oh, white,
And panting as they twinkled, wildly dancing!
I cared not for your passionate gestures then,
But now I have forgotten the charm of charms,
The foolish knowledge which I came to seek,
While I remember that quaint dance; and thus
I am come back, not for those mummeries,
But to love you, and to kiss your little feet
Soft as an ermine's winter coat!
Festus.
                 A light
Will struggle through these thronging words at last.
As in the angry and tumultuous West
A soft star trembles through the drifting clouds.
These are the strivings of a spirit which hates
So sad a vault should coop it, and calls up
The past to stand between it and its fate.
Were he at Einsiedelnor Michal here!
Paracelsus.
Cruel! I seek her nowI kneelI shriek
I clasp her vesturebut she fades, still fades;
And she is gone; sweet human love is gone!
'T is only when they spring to heaven that angels
Reveal themselves to you; they sit all day
Beside you, and lie down at night by you
Who care not for their presence, muse or sleep,
And all at once they leave you, and you know them!
We are so fooled, so cheated! Why, even now
I am not too secure against foul play;
The shadows deepen and the walls contract:
No doubt some treachery is going on.
'T is very dusk. Where are we put, Aprile?
Have they left us in the lurch? This murky loathsome
Death-trap, this slaughter-house, is not the hall
In the golden city! Keep by me, Aprile!
There is a hand groping amid the blackness
To catch us. Have the spider-fingers got you,
Poet? Hold on me for your life! If once
They pull you!Hold!
           'Tis but a dreamno more!
I have you still; the sun comes out again;
Let us be happy: all will yet go well!
Let us confer: is it not like, Aprile,
That spite of trouble, this ordeal passed,
The value of my labours ascertained,
Just as some stream foams long among the rocks
But after glideth glassy to the sea,
So, full content shall henceforth be my lot?
What think you, poet? Louder! Your clear voice
Vibrates too like a harp-string. Do you ask
How could I still remain on earth, should God
Grant me the great approval which I seek?
I, you, and God can comprehend each other,
But men would murmur, and with cause enough;
For when they saw me, stainless of all sin,
Preserved and sanctified by inward light,
They would complain that comfort, shut from them,
I drank thus unespied; that they live on,
Nor taste the quiet of a constant joy,
For ache and care and doubt and weariness,
While I am calm; help being vouchsafed to me,
And hid from them.'T were best consider that!
You reason well, Aprile; but at least
Let me know this, and die! Is this too much?
I will learn this, if God so please, and die!
If thou shalt please, dear God, if thou shalt please!
We are so weak, we know our motives least
In their confused beginning. If at first
I sought . . . but wherefore bare my heart to thee?
I know thy mercy; and already thoughts
Flock fast about my soul to comfort it,
And intimate I cannot wholly fail,
For love and praise would clasp me willingly
Could I resolve to seek them. Thou art good,
And I should be content. Yetyet first show
I have done wrong in daring! Rather give
The supernatural consciousness of strength
Which fed my youth! Only one hour of that
With thee to helpO what should bar me then!
Lost, lost! Thus things are ordered here! God's creatures,
And yet he takes no pride in us!none, none!
Truly there needs another life to come!
If this be all(I must tell Festus that)
And other life await us notfor one,
I say 't is a poor cheat, a stupid bungle,
A wretched failure. I, for one, protest
Against it, and I hurl it back with scorn.
Well, onward though alone! Small time remains,
And much to do: I must have fruit, must reap
Some profit from my toils. I doubt my body
Will hardly serve me through; while I have laboured
It has decayed; and now that I demand
Its best assistance, it will crumble fast:
A sad thought, a sad fate! How very full
Of wormwood 't is, that just at altar-service,
The rapt hymn rising with the rolling smoke,
When glory dawns and all is at the best,
The sacred fire may flicker and grow faint
And die for want of a wood-piler's help!
Thus fades the flagging body, and the soul
Is pulled down in the overthrow. Well, well
Let men catch every word, let them lose nought
Of what I say; something may yet be done.
They are ruins! Trust me who am one of you!
All ruins, glorious once, but lonely now.
It makes my heart sick to behold you crouch
Beside your desolate fane: the arches dim,
The crumbling columns grand against the moon,
Could I but rear them up once morebut that
May never be, so leave them! Trust me, friends,
Why should you linger here when I have built
A far resplendent temple, all your own?
Trust me, they are but ruins! See, Aprile,
Men will not heed! Yet were I not prepared
With better refuge for them, tongue of mine
Should ne'er reveal how blank their dwelling is:
I would sit down in silence with the rest.
Ha, what? you spit at me, you grin and shriek
Contempt into my earmy ear which drank
God's accents once? you curse me? Why men, men,
I am not formed for it! Those hideous eyes
Will be before me sleeping, waking, praying,
They will not let me even die. Spare, spare me,
Sinning or no, forget that, only spare me
The horrible scorn! You thought I could support it.
But now you see what silly fragile creature
Cowers thus. I am not good nor bad enough,
Not Christ nor Cain, yet even Cain was saved
From Hate like this. Let me but totter back!
Perhaps I shall elude those jeers which creep
Into my very brain, and shut these scorched
Eyelids and keep those mocking faces out.
Listen, Aprile! I am very calm:
Be not deceived, there is no passion here
Where the blood leaps like an imprisoned thing:
I am calm: I will exterminate the race!
Enough of that: 't is said and it shall be.
And now be merry: safe and sound am I
Who broke through their best ranks to get at you.
And such a havoc, such a rout, Aprile!
Festus.
Have you no thought, no memory for me,
Aureole? I am so wretchedmy pure Michal
Is gone, and you alone are left me now,
And even you forget me. Take my hand
Lean on me thus. Do you not know me, Aureole?
Paracelsus.
Festus, my own friend, you are come at last?
As you say, 't is an awful enterprise;
But you believe I shall go through with it:
'T is like you, and I thank you. Thank him for me,
Dear Michal! See how bright St. Saviour's spire
Flames in the sunset; all its figures quaint
Gay in the glancing light: you might conceive them
A troop of yellow-vested white-haired Jews
Bound for their own land where redemption dawns.
Festus.
Not that blest timenot our youth's time, dear God!
Paracelsus.
Hastay! true, I forgetall is done since,
And he is come to judge me. How he speaks,
How calm, how well! yes, it is true, all true;
All quackery; all deceit; myself can laugh
The first at it, if you desire: but still
You know the obstacles which taught me tricks
So foreign to my natureenvy and hate,
Blind opposition, brutal prejudice,
Bald ignorancewhat wonder if I sunk
To humour men the way they most approved?
My cheats were never palmed on such as you,
Dear Festus! I will kneel if you require me,
Impart the meagre knowledge I possess,
Explain its bounded nature, and avow
My insufficiencywhate'er you will:
I give the fight up: let there be an end,
A privacy, an obscure nook for me.
I want to be forgotten even by God.
But if that cannot be, dear Festus, lay me,
When I shall die, within some narrow grave,
Not by itselffor that would be too proud
But where such graves are thickest; let it look
Nowise distinguished from the hillocks round,
So that the peasant at his brother's bed
May tread upon my own and know it not;
And we shall all be equal at the last,
Or classed according to life's natural ranks,
Fathers, sons, brothers, friendsnot rich, nor wise,
Nor gifted: lay me thus, then say, "He lived
"Too much advanced before his brother men;
"They kept him still in front: 't was for their good
"But yet a dangerous station. It were strange
"That he should tell God he had never ranked
"With men: so, here at least he is a man."
Festus.
That God shall take thee to his breast, dear spirit,
Unto his breast, be sure! and here on earth
Shall splendour sit upon thy name for ever.
Sun! all the heaven is glad for thee: what care
If lower mountains light their snowy phares
At thine effulgence, yet acknowledge not
The source of day? Their theft shall be their bale:
For after-ages shall retrack thy beams,
And put aside the crowd of busy ones
And worship thee alonethe master-mind,
The thinker, the explorer, the creator!
Then, who should sneer at the convulsive throes
With which thy deeds were born, would scorn as well
The sheet of winding subterraneous fire
Which, pent and writhing, sends no less at last
Huge islands up amid the simmering sea.
Behold thy might in me! thou hast infused
Thy soul in mine; and I am grand as thou,
Seeing I comprehend theeI so simple,
Thou so august. I recognize thee first;
I saw thee rise, I watched thee early and late,
And though no glance reveal thou dost accept
My homagethus no less I proffer it,
And bid thee enter gloriously thy rest.
Paracelsus.
Festus!
Festus.
   I am for noble Aureole, God!
I am upon his side, come weal or woe.
His portion shall be mine. He has done well.
I would have sinned, had I been strong enough,
As he has sinned. Reward him or I waive
Reward! If thou canst find no place for him,
He shall be king elsewhere, and I will be
His slave for ever. There are two of us.
Paracelsus.
Dear Festus!
Festus.
      Here, dear Aureole! ever by you!
      Paracelsus.
Nay, speak on, or I dream again. Speak on!
Some story, anythingonly your voice.
I shall dream else. Speak on! ay, leaning so!
Festus.
                         Thus the Mayne glideth
Where my Love abideth.
Sleep's no softer: it proceeds
On through lawns, on through meads,
On and on, whate'er befall,
Meandering and musical,
Though the ****rd pasturage
Bears not on its shaven ledge
Aught but weeds and waving grasses
To view the river as it passes,
Save here and there a scanty patch
Of primroses too faint to catch
A weary bee.
Paracelsus.
More, more; say on!
Festus.
          And scarce it pushes
Its gentle way through strangling rushes
Where the glossy kingfisher
Flutters when noon-heats are near,
Glad the shelving banks to shun,
Red and steaming in the sun,
Where the shrew-mouse with pale throat
Burrows, and the speckled stoat;
Where the quick sandpipers flit
In and out the marl and grit
That seems to breed them, brown as they:
Nought disturbs its quiet way,
Save some lazy stork that springs,
Trailing it with legs and wings,
Whom the shy fox from the hill
Rouses, creep he ne'er so still.
Paracelsus.
My heart! they loose my heart, those simple words;
Its darkness passes, which nought else could touch:
Like some dark snake that force may not expel,
Which glideth out to music sweet and low.
What were you doing when your voice broke through
A chaos of ugly images? You, indeed!
Are you alone here?
Festus.
          All alone: you know me?
This cell?
Paracelsus.
     An unexceptionable vault:
Good brick and stone: the bats kept out, the rats
Kept in: a snug nook: how should I mistake it?
Festus.
But wherefore am I here?
Paracelsus.
             Ah, well remembered!
Why, for a purposefor a purpose, Festus!
'T is like me: here I trifle while time fleets,
And this occasion, lost, will ne'er return.
You are here to be instructed. I will tell
God's message; but I have so much to say,
I fear to leave half out. All is confused
No doubt; but doubtless you will learn in time.
He would not else have brought you here: no doubt
I shall see clearer soon.
Festus.
             Tell me but this
You are not in despair?
Paracelsus.
            I? and for what?
            Festus.
Alas, alas! he knows not, as I feared!
Paracelsus.
What is it you would ask me with that earnest
Dear searching face?
Festus.
           How feel you, Aureole?
           Paracelsus.
                       Well:
Well. 'T is a strange thing: I am dying, Festus,
And now that fast the storm of life subsides,
I first perceive how great the whirl has been.
I was calm then, who am so dizzy now
Calm in the thick of the tempest, but no less
A partner of its motion and mixed up
With its career. The hurricane is spent,
And the good boat speeds through the brightening weather;
But is it earth or sea that heaves below?
The gulf rolls like a meadow-swell, o'erstrewn
With ravaged boughs and remnants of the shore;
And now some slet, loosened from the land,
Swims past with all its trees, sailing to ocean;
And now the air is full of uptorn canes,
Light strippings from the fan-trees, tamarisks
Unrooted, with their birds still clinging to them,
All high in the wind. Even so my varied life
Drifts by me; I am young, old, happy, sad,
Hoping, desponding, acting, taking rest,
And all at once: that is, those past conditions
Float back at once on me. If I select
Some special epoch from the crowd, 't is but
To will, and straight the rest dissolve away,
And only that particular state is present
With all its long-forgotten circumstance
Distinct and vivid as at firstmyself
A careless looker-on and nothing more,
Indifferent and amused, but nothing more.
And this is death: I understand it all.
New being waits me; new perceptions must
Be born in me before I plunge therein;
Which last is Death's affair; and while I speak,
Minute by minute he is filling me
With power; and while my foot is on the threshold
Of boundless lifethe doors unopened yet,
All preparations not complete within
I turn new knowledge upon old events,
And the effect is . . . but I must not tell;
It is not lawful. Your own turn will come
One day. Wait, Festus! You will die like me.
Festus.
'T is of that past life that I burn to hear.
Paracelsus.
You wonder it engages me just now?
In truth, I wonder too. What 's life to me?
Where'er I look is fire, where'er I listen
Music, and where I tend bliss evermore.
Yet how can I refrain? 'T is a refined
Delight to view those chances,one last view.
I am so near the perils I escape,
That I must play with them and turn them over,
To feel how fully they are past and gone.
Still, it is like, some further cause exists
For this peculiar moodsome hidden purpose;
Did I not tell you something of it, Festus?
I had it fast, but it has somehow slipt
Away from me; it will return anon.
Festus.
(Indeed his cheek seems young again, his voice
Complete with its old tones: that little laugh
Concluding every phrase, with upturned eye,
As though one stooped above his head to whom
He looked for confirmation and approval,
Where was it gone so long, so well preserved?
Then, the fore-finger pointing as he speaks,
Like one who traces in an open book
The matter he declares; 't is many a year
Since I remarked it last: and this in him,
But now a ghastly wreck!)
             And can it be,
Dear Aureole, you have then found out at last
That worldly things are utter vanity?
That man is made for weakness, and should wait
In patient ignorance, till God appoint . . .
Paracelsus.
Ha, the purpose: the true purpose: that is it!
How could I fail to apprehend! You here,
I thus! But no more trifling: I see all,
I know all: my last mission shall be done
If strength suffice. No trifling! Stay; this posture
Hardly befits one thus about to speak:
I will arise.
Festus.
       Nay, Aureole, are you wild?
You cannot leave your couch.
Paracelsus.
               No help; no help;
Not even your hand. So! there, I stand once more!
Speak from a couch? I never lectured thus.
My gownthe scarlet lined with fur; now put
The chain about my neck; my signet-ring
Is still upon my hand, I thinkeven so;
Last, my good sword; ah, trusty Azoth, leapest
Beneath thy master's grasp for the last time?
This couch shall be my throne: I bid these walls
Be consecrate, this wretched cell become
A shrine, for here God speaks to men through me.
Now, Festus, I am ready to begin.
Festus.
I am dumb with wonder.
Paracelsus.
           Listen, therefore, Festus!
There will be time enough, but none to spare.
I must content myself with telling only
The most important points. You doubtless feel
That I am happy, Festus; very happy.
Festus.
'T is no delusion which uplifts him thus!
Then you are pardoned, Aureole, all your sin?
Paracelsus.
Ay, pardoned: yet why pardoned?
Festus.
                 'T is God's praise
That man is bound to seek, and you . . .
Paracelsus.
                     Have lived!
We have to live alone to set forth well
God's praise. 'T is true, I sinned much, as I thought,
And in effect need mercy, for I strove
To do that very thing; but, do your best
Or worst, praise rises, and will rise for ever
Pardon from him, because of praise denied
Who calls me to himself to exalt himself?
He might laugh as I laugh!
Festus.
              But all comes
To the same thing. 'T is fruitless for mankind
To fret themselves with what concerns them not;
They are no use that way: they should lie down
Content as God has made them, nor go mad
In thriveless cares to better what is ill.
Paracelsus.
No, no; mistake me not; let me not work
More harm than I have worked! This is my case:
If I go joyous back to God, yet bring
No offering, if I render up my soul
Without the fruits it was ordained to bear,
If I appear the better to love God
For sin, as one who has no claim on him,-
Be not deceived! It may be surely thus
With me, while higher prizes still await
The mortal persevering to the end.
Beside I am not all so valueless:
I have been something, though too soon I left
Following the instincts of that happy time.
Festus.
What happy time? For God's sake, for man's sake,
What time was happy? All I hope to know
That answer will decide. What happy time?
Paracelsus.
When but the time I vowed myself to man?
Festus.
Great God, thy judgments are inscrutable!
Paracelsus.
Yes, it was in me; I was born for it
I, Paracelsus: it was mine by right.
Doubtless a searching and impetuous soul
Might learn from its own motions that some task
Like this awaited it about the world;
Might seek somewhere in this blank life of ours
For fit delights to stay its longings vast;
And, grappling Nature, so prevail on her
To fill the creature full she dared thus frame
Hungry for joy; and, bravely tyrannous,
Grow in demand, still craving more and more,
And make each joy conceded prove a pledge
Of other joy to followbating nought
Of its desires, still seizing fresh pretence
To turn the knowledge and the rapture wrung
As an extreme, last boon, from destiny,
Into occasion for new coyetings,
New strifes, new triumphs:doubtless a strong soul,
Alone, unaided might attain to this,
So glorious is our nature, so august
Man's inborn uninstructed impulses,
His naked spirit so majestical!
But this was born in me; I was made so;
Thus much time saved: the feverish appeties,
The tumult of unproved desire, the unaimed
Uncertain yearnings, aspirations blind,
Distrust, mistake, and all that ends in tears
Were saved me; thus I entered on my course.
You may be sure I was not all exempt
From human trouble; just so much of doubt
As bade me plant a surer foot upon
The sun-road, kept my eye unruined 'mid
The fierce and flashing splendour, set my heart
Trembling so much as warned me I stood there
On sufferancenot to idly gaze, but cast
Light on a darkling race; save for that doubt,
I stood at first where all aspire at last
To stand: the secret of the world was mine.
I knew, I felt, (perception unexpressed,
Uncomprehended by our narrow thought,
But somehow felt and known in every shift
And change in the spirit,nay, in every pore
Of the body, even,)what God is, what we are,
What life ishow God tastes an infinite joy
In infinite waysone everlasting bliss,
From whom all being emanates, all power
Proceeds; in whom is life for evermore,
Yet whom existence in its lowest form
Includes; where dwells enjoyment there is he;
With still a flying point of bliss remote,
A happiness in store afar, a sphere
Of distant glory in full view; thus climbs
Pleasure its heights for ever and for ever.
The centre-fire heaves underneath the earth,
And the earth changes like a human face;
The molten ore bursts up among the rocks,
Winds into the stone's heart, outbranches bright
In hidden mines, spots barren river-beds,
Crumbles into fine sand where sunbeams bask
God joys therein. The wroth sea's waves are edged
With foam, white as the bitten lip of hate,
When, in the solitary waste, strange groups
Of young volcanos come up, cyclops-like,
Staring together with their eyes on flame
God tastes a pleasure in their uncouth pride.
Then all is still; earth is a wintry clod:
But spring-wind, like a dancing psaltress, passes
Over its breast to waken it, rare verdure
Buds tenderly upon rough banks, between
The withered tree-roots and the cracks of frost,
Like a smile striving with a wrinkled face;
The grass grows bright, the boughs are swoln with blooms
Like chrysalids impatient for the air,
The shining dorrs are busy, beetles run
Along the furrows, ants make their ado;
Above, birds fly in merry flocks, the lark
Soars up and up, shivering for very joy;
Afar the ocean sleeps; white fishing-gulls
Flit where the strand is purple with its tribe
Of nested limpets; savage creatures seek
Their loves in wood and plainand God renews
His ancient rapture. Thus he dwells in all,
From life's minute beginnings, up at last
To manthe consummation of this scheme
Of being, the completion of this sphere
Of life: whose attributes had here and there
Been scattered o'er the visible world before,
Asking to be combined, dim fragments meant
To be united in some wondrous whole,
Imperfect qualities throughout creation,
Suggesting some one creature yet to make,
Some point where all those scattered rays should meet
Convergent in the faculties of man.
Powerneither put forth blindly, nor controlled
Calmly by perfect knowledge; to be used
At risk, inspired or checked by hope and fear:
Knowledgenot intuition, but the slow
Uncertain fruit of an enhancing toil,
Strengthened by love: lovenot serenely pure,
But strong from weakness, like a chance-sown plant
Which, cast on stubborn soil, puts forth changed buds
And softer stains, unknown in happier climes;
Love which endures and doubts and is oppressed
And cherished, suffering much and much sustained,
And blind, oft-failing, yet believing love,
A half-enlightened, often-chequered trust:
Hints and previsions of which faculties,
Are strewn confusedly everywhere about
The inferior natures, and all lead up higher,
All shape out dimly the superior race,
The heir of hopes too fair to turn out false,
And man appears at last. So far the seal
Is put on life; one stage of being complete,
One scheme wound up: and from the grand result
A supplementary reflux of light,
Illustrates all the inferior grades, explains
Each back step in the circle. Not alone
For their possessor dawn those qualities,
But the new glory mixes with the heaven
And earth; man, once descried, imprints for ever
His presence on all lifeless things: the winds
Are henceforth voices, wailing or a shout,
A querulous mutter or a quick gay laugh,
Never a senseless gust now man is born.
The herded pines commune and have deep thoughts
A secret they assemble to discuss
When the sun drops behind their trunks which glare
Like grates of hell: the peerless cup afloat
Of the lake-lily is an urn, some nymph
Swims bearing high above her head: no bird
Whistles unseen, but through the gaps above
That let light in upon the gloomy woods,
A shape peeps from the breezy forest-top,
Arch with small puckered mouth and mocking eye.
The morn has enterprise, deep quiet droops
With evening, triumph takes the sunset hour,
Voluptuous transport ripens with the corn
Beneath a warm moon like a happy face:
And this to fill us with regard for man.
With apprehension of his passing worth,
Desire to work his proper nature out,
And ascertain his rank and final place,
For these things tend still upward, progress is
The law of life, man is not Man as yet.
Nor shall I deem his object served, his end
Attained, his genuine strength put fairly forth,
While only here and there a star dispels
The darkness, here and there a towering mind
O'erlooks its prostrate fellows: when the host
Is out at once to the despair of night,
When all mankind alike is perfected,
Equal in full-blown powersthen, not till then,
I say, begins man's general infancy.
For wherefore make account of feverish starts
Of restless members of a dormant whole,
Impatient nerves which quiver while the body
Slumbers as in a grave? Oh long ago
The brow was twitched, the tremulous lids astir,
The peaceful mouth disturbed; half-uttered speech
Ruffled the lip, and then the teeth were set,
The breath drawn sharp, the strong right-hand clenched stronger,
As it would pluck a lion by the jaw;
The glorious creature laughed out even in sleep!
But when full roused, each giant-limb awake,
Each sinew strung, the great heart pulsing fast,
He shall start up and stand on his own earth,
Then shall his long triumphant march begin,
Thence shall his being date,thus wholly roused,
What he achieves shall be set down to him.
When all the race is perfected alike
As man, that is; all tended to mankind,
And, man produced, all has its end thus far:
But in completed man begins anew
A tendency to God. Prognostics told
Man's near approach; so in man's self arise
August anticipations, symbols, types
Of a dim splendour ever on before
In that eternal circle life pursues.
For men begin to pass their nature's bound,
And find new hopes and cares which fast supplant
Their proper joys and griefs; they grow too great
For narrow creeds of right and wrong, which fade
Before the unmeasured thirst for good: while peace
Rises within them ever more and more.
Such men are even now upon the earth,
Serene amid the half-formed creatures round
Who should be saved by them and joined with them.
Such was my task, and I was born to it
Free, as I said but now, from much that chains
Spirits, high-dowered but limited and vexed
By a divided and delusive aim,
A shadow mocking a reality
Whose truth avails not wholly to disperse
The flitting mimic called up by itself,
And so remains perplexed and nigh put out
By its fantastic fellow's wavering gleam.
I, from the first, was never cheated thus;
I never fashioned out a fancied good
Distinct from man's; a service to be done,
A glory to be ministered unto
With powers put forth at man's expense, withdrawn
From labouring in his behalf; a strength
Denied that might avail him. I cared not
Lest his success ran counter to success
Elsewhere: for God is glorified in man,
And to man's glory vowed I soul and limb.
Yet, constituted thus, and thus endowed,
I failed: I gazed on power till I grew blind.
Power; I could not take my eyes from that:
That only, I thought, should be preserved, increased
At any risk, displayed, struck out at once-
The sign and note and character of man.
I saw no use in the past: only a scene
Of degradation, ugliness and tears,
The record of disgraces best forgotten,
A sullen page in human chronicles
Fit to erase. I saw no cause why man
Should not stand all-sufficient even now,
Or why his annals should be forced to tell
That once the tide of light, about to break
Upon the world, was sealed within its spring:
I would have had one day, one moment's space,
Change man's condition, push each slumbering claim
Of mastery o'er the elemental world
At once to full maturity, then roll
Oblivion o'er the work, and hide from man
What night had ushered morn. Not so, dear child
Of after-days, wilt thou reject the past
Big with deep warnings of the proper tenure
By which thou hast the earth: for thee the present
Shall have distinct and trembling beauty, seen
Beside that past's own shade when, in relief,
Its brightness shall stand out: nor yet on thee
Shall burst the future, as successive zones
Of several wonder open on some spirit
Flying secure and glad from heaven to heaven:
But thou shalt painfully attain to joy,
While hope and fear and love shall keep thee man!
All this was hid from me: as one by one
My dreams grew dim, my wide aims circumscribed,
As actual good within my reach decreased,
While obstacles sprung up this way and that
To keep me from effecting half the sum,
Small as it proved; as objects, mean within
The primal aggregate, seemed, even the least,
Itself a match for my concentred strength
What wonder if I saw no way to shun
Despair? The power I sought for man, seemed God's.
In this conjuncture, as I prayed to die,
A strange adventure made me know, one sin
Had spotted my career from its uprise;
I saw Aprilemy Aprile there!
And as the poor melodious wretch disburthened
His heart, and moaned his weakness in my ear,
I learned my own deep error; love's undoing
Taught me the worth of love in man's estate,
And what proportion love should hold with power
In his right constitution; love preceding
Power, and with much power, always much more love;
Love still too straitened in his present means,
And earnest for new power to set love free.
I learned this, and supposed the whole was learned:
And thus, when men received with stupid wonder
My first revealings, would have worshipped me,
And I despised and loathed their proffered praise
When, with awakened eyes, they took revenge
For past credulity in casting shame
On my real knowledge, and I hated them
It was not strange I saw no good in man,
To overbalance all the wear and waste
Of faculties, displayed in vain, but born
To prosper in some better sphere: and why?
In my own heart love had not been made wise
To trace love's faint beginnings in mankind,
To know even hate is but a mask of love's,
To see a good in evil, and a hope
In ill-success; to sympathize, be proud
Of their half-reasons, faint aspirings, dim
Struggles for truth, their poorest fallacies,
Their prejudice and fears and cares and doubts;
All with a touch of nobleness, despite
Their error, upward tending all though weak,
Like plants in mines which never saw the sun,
But dream of him, and guess where he may be,
And do their best to climb and get to him.
All this I knew not, and I failed. Let men
Regard me, and the poet dead long ago
Who loved too rashly; and shape forth a third
And better-tempered spirit, warned by both:
As from the over-radiant star too mad
To drink the life-springs, beamless thence itself
And the dark orb which borders the abyss,
Ingulfed in icy night,might have its course
A temperate and equidistant world.
Meanwhile, I have done well, though not all well.
As yet men cannot do without contempt;
'T is for their good, and therefore fit awhile
That they reject the weak, and scorn the false,
Rather than praise the strong and true, in me:
But after, they will know me. If I stoop
Into a dark tremendous sea of cloud,
It is but for a time; I press God's lamp
Close to my breast; its splendour, soon or late,
Will pierce the gloom: I shall emerge one day.
You understand me? I have said enough?
Festus.
Now die, dear Aureole!
Paracelsus.
           Festus, let my hand
This hand, lie in your own, my own true friend!
Aprile! Hand in hand with you, Aprile!
Festus.
And this was Paracelsus!


~ Robert Browning, Paracelsus - Part V - Paracelsus Attains

163:Scene. Basil; a chamber in the house of Paracelsus. 1526.
Paracelsus, Festus.
Paracelsus.
Heap logs and let the blaze laugh out!
Festus.
                     True, true!
'T is very fit all, time and chance and change
Have wrought since last we sat thus, face to face
And soul to soulall cares, far-looking fears,
Vague apprehensions, all vain fancies bred
By your long absence, should be cast away,
Forgotten in this glad unhoped renewal
Of our affections.
Paracelsus.
         Oh, omit not aught
Which witnesses your own and Michal's own
Affection: spare not that! Only forget
The honours and the glories and what not,
It pleases you to tell profusely out.
Festus.
Nay, even your honours, in a sense, I waive:
The wondrous Paracelsus, life's dispenser,
Fate's commissary, idol of the schools
And courts, shall be no more than Aureole still,
Still Aureole and my friend as when we parted
Some twenty years ago, and I restrained
As best I could the promptings of my spirit
Which secretly advanced you, from the first,
To the pre-eminent rank which, since, your own
Adventurous ardour, nobly triumphing,
Has won for you.
Paracelsus.
         Yes, yes. And Michal's face
Still wears that quiet and peculiar light
Like the dim circlet floating round a pearl?
Festus.
Just so.
Paracelsus.
    And yet her calm sweet countenance,
Though saintly, was not sad; for she would sing
Alone. Does she still sing alone, bird-like,
Not dreaming you are near? Her carols dropt
In flakes through that old leafy bower built under
The sunny wall at Wrzburg, from her lattice
Among the trees above, while I, unseen,
Sat conning some rare scroll from Tritheim's shelves
Much wondering notes so simple could divert
My mind from study. Those were happy days.
Respect all such as sing when all alone!
Festus.
Scarcely alone: her children, you may guess,
Are wild beside her.
Paracelsus.
           Ah, those children quite
Unsettle the pure picture in my mind:
A girl, she was so perfect, so distinct:
No change, no change! Not but this added grace
May blend and harmonize with its compeers,
And Michal may become her motherhood;
But't is a change, and I detest all change,
And most a change in aught I loved long since.
So, Michalyou have said she thinks of me?
Festus.
O very proud will Michal be of you!
Imagine how we sat, long winter-nights,
Scheming and wondering, shaping your presumed
Adventure, or devising its reward;
Shutting out fear with all the strength of hope.
For it was strange how, even when most secure
In our domestic peace, a certain dim
And flitting shade could sadden all; it seemed
A restlessness of heart, a silent yearning,
A sense of something wanting, incomplete
Not to be put in words, perhaps avoided
By mute consentbut, said or unsaid, felt
To point to one so loved and so long lost.
And then the hopes rose and shut out the fears
How you would laugh should I recount them now
I still predicted your return at last
With gifts beyond the greatest of them all,
All Tritheim's wondrous troop; did one of which
Attain renown by any chance, I smiled,
As well aware of who would prove his peer
Michal was sure some woman, long ere this,
As beautiful as you were sage, had loved . . .
Paracelsus.
Far-seeing, truly, to discern so much
In the fantastic projects and day-dreams
Of a raw restless boy!
Festus.
           Oh, no: the sunrise
Well warranted our faith in this full noon!
Can I forget the anxious voice which said
"Festus, have thoughts like these ere shaped themselves
"In other brains than mine? have their possessors
"Existed in like circumstance? were they weak
"As I, or ever constant from the first,
"Despising youth's allurements and rejecting
"As spider-films the shackles I endure?
"Is there hope for me?"and I answered gravely
As an acknowledged elder, calmer, wiser,
More gifted mortal. O you must remember,
For all your glorious . . .
Paracelsus.
               Glorious? ay, this hair,
These handsnay, touch them, they are mine! Recall
With all the said recallings, times when thus
To lay them by your own ne'er turned you pale
As now. Most glorious, are they not?
Festus.
                   Whywhy
Something must be subtracted from success
So wide, no doubt. He would be scrupulous, truly,
Who should object such drawbacks. Still, still, Aureole,
You are changed, very changed! 'T were losing nothing
To look well to it: you must not be stolen
From the enjoyment of your well-won meed.
Paracelsus.
My friend! you seek my pleasure, past a doubt:
You will best gain your point, by talking, not
Of me, but of yourself.
Festus.
            Have I not said
All touching Michal and my children? Sure
You know, by this, full well how Aennchen looks
Gravely, while one disparts her thick brown hair;
And Aureole's glee when some stray gannet builds
Amid the birch-trees by the lake. Small hope
Have I that he will honour (the wild imp)
His namesake. Sigh not! 't is too much to ask
That all we love should reach the same proud fate.
But you are very kind to humour me
By showing interest in my quiet life;
You, who of old could never tame yourself
To tranquil pleasures, must at heart despise . . .
Paracelsus.
Festus, strange secrets are let out by death
Who blabs so oft the follies of this world:
And I am death's familiar, as you know.
I helped a man to die, some few weeks since,
Warped even from his go-cart to one end
The living on princes' smiles, reflected from
A mighty herd of favourites. No mean trick
He left untried, and truly well-nigh wormed
All traces of God's finger out of him:
Then died, grown old. And just an hour before,
Having lain long with blank and soulless eyes,
He sat up suddenly, and with natural voice
Said that in spite of thick air and closed doors
God told him it was June; and he knew well,
Without such telling, harebells grew in June;
And all that kings could ever give or take
Would not be precious as those blooms to him.
Just so, allowing I am passing sage,
It seems to me much worthier argument
Why pansies,[1] eyes that laugh, bear beauty's prize
From violets, eyes that dream(your Michal's choice)
Than all fools find to wonder at in me
Or in my fortunes. And be very sure
I say this from no prurient restlessness,
No self-complacency, itching to turn,
Vary and view its pleasure from all points,
And, in this instance, willing other men
May be at pains, demonstrate to itself
The realness of the very joy it tastes.
What should delight me like the news of friends
Whose memories were a solace to me oft,
As mountain-baths to wild fowls in their flight?
Ofter than you had wasted thought on me
Had you been wise, and rightly valued bliss.
But there's no taming nor repressing hearts:
God knows I need such!So, you heard me speak?
Festus.
Speak? when?
Paracelsus.
      When but this morning at my class?
There was noise and crowd enough. I saw you not.
Surely you know I am engaged to fill
The chair here?that't is part of my proud fate
To lecture to as many thick-skulled youths
As please, each day, to throng the theatre,
To my great reputation, and no small
Danger of Basil's benches long unused
To crack beneath such honour?
Festus.
               I was there;
I mingled with the throng: shall I avow
Small care was mine to listen?too intent
On gathering from the murmurs of the crowd
A full corroboration of my hopes!
What can I learn about your powers? but they
Know, care for nought beyond your actual state,
Your actual value; yet they worship you,
Those various natures whom you sway as one!
But ere I go, be sure I shall attend . . .
Paracelsus.
Stop, o' God's name: the thing's by no means yet
Past remedy! Shall I read this morning's labour
At least in substance? Nought so worth the gaining
As an apt scholar! Thus then, with all due
Precision and emphasisyou, beside, are clearly
Guiltless of understanding more, a whit,
The subject than your stoolallowed to be
A notable advantage.
Festus.
           Surely, Aureole,
You laugh at me!
Paracelsus.
         I laugh? Ha, ha! thank heaven,
I charge you, if't be so! for I forget
Much, and what laughter should be like. No less,
However, I forego that luxury
Since it alarms the friend who brings it back.
True, laughter like my own must echo strangely
To thinking men; a smile were better far;
So, make me smile! If the exulting look
You wore but now be smiling, 't is so long
Since I have smiled! Alas, such smiles are born
Alone of hearts like yours, or herdsmen's souls
Of ancient time, whose eyes, calm as their flocks,
Saw in the stars mere garnishry of heaven,
And in the earth a stage for altars only.
Never change, Festus: I say, never change!
Festus.
My God, if he be wretched after all
Paracelsus.
When last we parted, Festus, you declared,
Or Michal, yes, her soft lips whispered words
I have preserved. She told me she believed
I should succeed (meaning, that in the search
I then engaged in, I should meet success)
And yet be wretched: now, she augured false.
Festus.
Thank heaven! but you spoke strangely: could I venture
To think bare apprehension lest your friend,
Dazzled by your resplendent course, might find
Henceforth less sweetness in his own, could move
Such earnest mood in you? Fear not, dear friend,
That I shall leave you, inwardly repining
Your lot was not my own!
Paracelsus.
             And this for ever!
For ever! gull who may, they will be gulled!
They will not look nor think;'t is nothing new
In them: but surely he is not of them!
My Festus, do you know, I reckoned, you
Though all beside were sand-blindyou, my friend,
Would look at me, once close, with piercing eye
Untroubled by the false glare that confounds
A weaker vision: would remain serene,
Though singular amid a gaping throng.
I feared you, or I had come, sure, long ere this,
To Einsiedeln. Well, error has no end,
And Rhasis is a sage, and Basil boasts
A tribe of wits, and I am wise and blest
Past all dispute! 'T is vain to fret at it.
I have vowed long ago my worshippers
Shall owe to their own deep sagacity
All further information, good or bad.
Small risk indeed my reputation runs,
Unless perchance the glance now searching me
Be fixed much longer; for it seems to spell
Dimly the characters a simpler man
Might read distinct enough. Old Eastern books
Say, the fallen prince of morning some short space
Remained unchanged in semblance; nay, his brow
Was hued with triumph: every spirit then
Praising, his heart on flame the while:a tale!
Well, Festus, what discover you, I pray?
Festus.
Some foul deed sullies then a life which else
Were raised supreme?
Paracelsus.
           Good: I do well, most well
Why strive to make men hear, feel, fret themselves
With what is past their power to comprehend?
I should not strive now: only, having nursed
The faint surmise that one yet walked the earth,
One, at least, not the utter fool of show,
Not absolutely formed to be the dupe
Of shallow plausibilities alone:
One who, in youth, found wise enough to choose
The happiness his riper years approve,
Was yet so anxious for another's sake,
That, ere his friend could rush upon a mad
And ruinous course, the converse of his own,
His gentle spirit essayed, prejudged for him
The perilous path, foresaw its destiny,
And warned the weak one in such tender words,
Such accentshis whole heart in every tone
That oft their memory comforted that friend
When it by right should have increased despair:
Having believed, I say, that this one man
Could never lose the light thus from the first
His portionhow should I refuse to grieve
At even my gain if it disturb our old
Relation, if it make me out more wise?
Therefore, once more reminding him how well
He prophesied, I note the single flaw
That spoils his prophet's title. In plain words,
You were deceived, and thus were you deceived
I have not been successful, and yet am
Most miserable; 't is said at last; nor you
Give credit, lest you force me to concede
That common sense yet lives upon the world!
Festus.
You surely do not mean to banter me?
Paracelsus.
You know, orif you have been wise enough
To cleanse your memory of such mattersknew,
As far as words of mine could make it clear,
That't was my purpose to find joy or grief
Solely in the fulfilment of my plan
Or plot or whatsoe'er it was; rejoicing
Alone as it proceeded prosperously,
Sorrowing then only when mischance retarded
Its progress. That was in those Wrzburg days!
Not to prolong a theme I thoroughly hate,
I have pursued this plan with all my strength;
And having failed therein most signally,
Cannot object to ruin utter and drear
As all-excelling would have been the prize
Had fortune favoured me. I scarce have right
To vex your frank good spirit late so glad
In my supposed prosperity, I know,
And, were I lucky in a glut of friends,
Would well agree to let your error live,
Nay, strengthen it with fables of success.
But mine is no condition to refuse
The transient solace of so rare a godsend,
My solitary luxury, my one friend:
Accordingly I venture to put off
The wearisome vest of falsehood galling me,
Secure when he is by. I lay me bare
Prone at his mercybut he is my friend!
Not that he needs retain his aspect grave;
That answers not my purpose; for't is like,
Some sunny morningBasil being drained
Of its wise population, every corner
Of the amphitheatre crammed with learned clerks,
Here OEcolampadius, looking worlds of wit,
Here Castellanus, as profound as he,
Munsterus here, Frobenius there, all squeezed
And staring,that the zany of the show,
Even Paracelsus, shall put off before them
His trappings with a grace but seldom judged
Expedient in such cases:the grim smile
That will go round! Is it not therefore best
To venture a rehearsal like the present
In a small way? Where are the signs I seek,
The first-fruits and fair sample of the scorn
Due to all quacks? Why, this will never do!
Festus.
These are foul vapours, Aureole; nought beside!
The effect of watching, study, weariness.
Were there a spark of truth in the confusion
Of these wild words, you would not outrage thus
Your youth's companion. I shall ne'er regard
These wanderings, bred of faintness and much study.
'T is not thus you would trust a trouble to me,
To Michal's friend.
Paracelsus.
          I have said it, dearest Festus!
For the manner, 't is ungracious probably;
You may have it told in broken sobs, one day,
And scalding tears, ere long: but I thought best
To keep that off as long as possible.
Do you wonder still?
Festus.
           No; it must oft fall out
That one whose labour perfects any work,
Shall rise from it with eye so worn that he
Of all men least can measure the extent
Of what he has accomplished. He alone
Who, nothing tasked, is nothing weary too,
May clearly scan the little he effects:
But we, the bystanders, untouched by toil,
Estimate each aright.
Paracelsus.
           This worthy Festus
Is one of them, at last! 'T is so with all!
First, they set down all progress as a dream;
And next, when he whose quick discomfiture
Was counted on, accomplishes some few
And doubtful steps in his career,behold,
They look for every inch of ground to vanish
Beneath his tread, so sure they spy success!
Festus.
Few doubtful steps? when death retires before
Your presencewhen the noblest of mankind,
Broken in body or subdued in soul,
May through your skill renew their vigour, raise
The shattered frame to pristine stateliness?
When men in racking pain may purchase dreams
Of what delights them most, swooning at once
Into a sea of bliss or rapt along
As in a flying sphere of turbulent light?
When we may look to you as one ordained
To free the flesh from fell disease, as frees
Our Luther's burning tongue the fettered soul?
When . . .
Paracelsus.
     When and where, the devil, did you get
This notable news?
Festus.
         Even from the common voice;
From those whose envy, daring not dispute
The wonders it decries, attributes them
To magic and such folly.
Paracelsus.
             Folly? Why not
To magic, pray? You find a comfort doubtless
In holding, God ne'er troubles him about
Us or our doings: once we were judged worth
The devil's tempting . . . I offend: forgive me,
And rest content. Your prophecy on the whole
Was fair enough as prophesyings go;
At fault a little in detail, but quite
Precise enough in the main; and hereupon
I pay due homage: you guessed long ago
(The prophet!) I should failand I have failed.
Festus.
You mean to tell me, then, the hopes which fed
Your youth have not been realized as yet?
Some obstacle has barred them hitherto?
Or that their innate . . .
Paracelsus.
              As I said but now,
You have a very decent prophet's fame,
So you but shun details here. Little matter
Whether those hopes were mad,the aims they sought,
Safe and secure from all ambitious fools;
Or whether my weak wits are overcome
By what a better spirit would scorn: I fail.
And now methinks't were best to change a theme
I am a sad fool to have stumbled on.
I say confusedly what comes uppermost;
But there are times when patience proves at fault,
As now: this morning's strange encounteryou
Beside me once again! you, whom I guessed
Alive, since hitherto (with Luther's leave)
No friend have I among the saints at peace,
To judge by any good their prayers effect.
I knew you would have helped mewhy not he,
My strange competitor in enterprise,
Bound for the same end by another path,
Arrived, or ill or well, before the time,
At our disastrous journey's doubtful close?
How goes it with Aprile? Ah, they miss
Your lone sad sunny idleness of heaven,
Our martyrs for the world's sake; heaven shuts fast:
The poor mad poet is howling by this time!
Since you are my sole friend then, here or there,
I could not quite repress the varied feelings
This meeting wakens; they have had their vent,
And now forget them. Do the rear-mice still
Hang like a fretwork on the gate (or what
In my time was a gate) fronting the road
From Einsiedeln to Lachen?
Festus.
              Trifle not:
Answer me, for my sake alone! You smiled
Just now, when I supposed some deed, unworthy
Yourself, might blot the else so bright result;
Yet if your motives have continued pure,
Your will unfaltering, and in spite of this,
You have experienced a defeat, why then
I say not you would cheerfully withdraw
From contestmortal hearts are not so fashioned
But surely you would ne'ertheless withdraw.
You sought not fame nor gain nor even love,
No end distinct from knowledge,I repeat
Your very words: once satisfied that knowledge
Is a mere dream, you would announce as much,
Yourself the first. But how is the event?
You are defeatedand I find you here!
Paracelsus.
As though "here" did not signify defeat!
I spoke not of my little labours here,
But of the break-down of my general aims:
For you, aware of their extent and scope,
To look on these sage lecturings, approved
By beardless boys, and bearded dotards worse,
As a fit consummation of such aims,
Is worthy notice. A professorship
At Basil! Since you see so much in it,
And think my life was reasonably drained
Of life's delights to render me a match
For duties arduous as such post demands,
Be it far from me to deny my power
To fill the petty circle lotted out
Of infinite space, or justify the host
Of honours thence accruing. So, take notice,
This jewel dangling from my neck preserves
The features of a prince, my skill restored
To plague his people some few years to come:
And all through a pure whim. He had eased the earth
For me, but that the droll despair which seized
The vermin of his household, tickled me.
I came to see. Here, drivelled the physician,
Whose most infallible nostrum was at fault;
There quaked the astrologer, whose horoscope
Had promised him interminable years;
Here a monk fumbled at the sick man's mouth
With some undoubted relica sudary
Of the Virgin; while another piebald knave
Of the same brotherhood (he loved them ever)
Was actively preparing 'neath his nose
Such a suffumigation as, once fired,
Had stunk the patient dead ere he could groan.
I cursed the doctor and upset the brother,
Brushed past the conjurer, vowed that the first gust
Of stench from the ingredients just alight
Would raise a cross-grained devil in my sword,
Not easily laid: and ere an hour the prince
Slept as he never slept since prince he was.
A dayand I was posting for my life,
Placarded through the town as one whose spite
Had near availed to stop the blessed effects
Of the doctor's nostrum which, well seconded
By the sudary, and most by the costly smoke
Not leaving out the strenuous prayers sent up
Hard by in the abbeyraised the prince to life:
To the great reputation of the seer
Who, confident, expected all along
The glad eventthe doctor's recompense
Much largess from his highness to the monks
And the vast solace of his loving people,
Whose general satisfaction to increase,
The prince was pleased no longer to defer
The burning of some dozen heretics
Remanded till God's mercy should be shown
Touching his sickness: last of all were joined
Ample directions to all loyal folk
To swell the complement by seizing me
Whodoubtless some rank sorcererendeavoured
To thwart these pious offices, obstruct
The prince's cure, and frustrate heaven by help
Of certain devils dwelling in his sword.
By luck, the prince in his first fit of thanks
Had forced this bauble on me as an earnest
Of further favours. This one case may serve
To give sufficient taste of many such,
So, let them pass. Those shelves support a pile
Of patents, licences, diplomas, titles
From Germany, France, Spain, and Italy;
They authorize some honour; ne'ertheless,
I set more store by this Erasmus sent;
He trusts me; our Frobenius is his friend,
And him "I raised" (nay, read it) "from the dead."
I weary you, I see. I merely sought
To show, there's no great wonder after all
That, while I fill the class-room and attract
A crowd to Basil, I get leave to stay,
And therefore need not scruple to accept
The utmost they can offer, if I please:
For't is but right the world should be prepared
To treat with favour e'en fantastic wants
Of one like me, used up in serving her.
Just as the mortal, whom the gods in part
Devoured, received in place of his lost limb
Some virtue or othercured disease, I think;
You mind the fables we have read together.
Festus.
You do not think I comprehend a word.
The time was, Aureole, you were apt enough
To clothe the airiest thoughts in specious breath;
But surely you must feel how vague and strange
These speeches sound.
Paracelsus.
           Well, then: you know my hopes;
I am assured, at length, those hopes were vain;
That truth is just as far from me as ever;
That I have thrown my life away; that sorrow
On that account is idle, and further effort
To mend and patch what's marred beyond repairing,
As useless: and all this was taught your friend
By the convincing good old-fashioned method
Of forceby sheer compulsion. Is that plain?
Festus.
Dear Aureole, can it be my fears were just?
God wills not . . .
Paracelsus.
          Now, 't is this I most admire
The constant talk men of your stamp keep up
Of God's will, as they style it; one would swear
Man had but merely to uplift his eye,
And see the will in question charactered
On the heaven's vault. 'T is hardly wise to moot
Such topics: doubts are many and faith is weak.
I know as much of any will of God
As knows some dumb and tortured brute what Man,
His stern lord, wills from the perplexing blows
That plague him every way; but there, of course,
Where least he suffers, longest he remains
My case; and for such reasons I plod on,
Subdued but not convinced. I know as little
Why I deserve to fail, as why I hoped
Better things in my youth. I simply know
I am no master here, but trained and beaten
Into the path I tread; and here I stay,
Until some further intimation reach me,
Like an obedient drudge. Though I prefer
To view the whole thing as a task imposed
Which, whether dull or pleasant, must be done
Yet, I deny not, there is made provision
Of joys which tastes less jaded might affect;
Nay, some which please me too, for all my pride
Pleasures that once were pains: the iron ring
Festering about a slave's neck grows at length
Into the flesh it eats. I hate no longer
A host of petty vile delights, undreamed of
Or spurned before; such now supply the place
Of my dead aims: as in the autumn woods
Where tall trees used to flourish, from their roots
Springs up a fungous brood sickly and pale,
Chill mushrooms coloured like a corpse's cheek.
Festus.
If I interpret well your words, I own
It troubles me but little that your aims,
Vast in their dawning and most likely grown
Extravagantly since, have baffled you.
Perchance I am glad; you merit greater praise;
Because they are too glorious to be gained,
You do not blindly cling to them and die;
You fell, but have not sullenly refused
To rise, because an angel worsted you
In wrestling, though the world holds not your peer;
And though too harsh and sudden is the change
To yield content as yet, still you pursue
The ungracious path as though't were rosv-strewn.
'T is well: and your reward, or soon or late,
Will come from him whom no man serves in vain.
Paracelsus.
Ah, very fine! For my part, I conceive
The very pausing from all further toil,
Which you find heinous, would become a seal
To the sincerity of all my deeds.
To be consistent I should die at once;
I calculated on no after-life;
Yet (how crept in, how fostered, I know not)
Here am I with as passionate regret
For youth and health and love so vainly lavished,
As if their preservation had been first
And foremost in my thoughts; and this strange fact
Humbled me wondrously, and had due force
In rendering me the less averse to follow
A certain counsel, a mysterious warning
You will not understandbut't was a man
With aims not mine and yet pursued like mine,
With the same fervour and no more success,
Perishing in my sight; who summoned me
As I would shun the ghastly fate I saw,
To serve my race at once; to wait no longer
That God should interfere in my behalf,
But to distrust myself, put pride away,
And give my gains, imperfect as they were,
To men. I have not leisure to explain
How, since, a singular series of events
Has raised me to the station you behold,
Wherein I seem to turn to most account
The mere wreck of the past,perhaps receive
Some feeble glimmering token that God views
And may approve my penance: therefore here
You find me, doing most good or least harm.
And if folks wonder much and profit little
'T is not my fault; only, I shall rejoice
When my part in the farce is shuffled through,
And the curtain falls: I must hold out till then.
Festus.
Till when, dear Aureole?
Paracelsus.
             Till I'm fairly thrust
From my proud eminence. Fortune is fickle
And even professors fall: should that arrive,
I see no sin in ceding to my bent.
You little fancy what rude shocks apprise us
We sin; God's intimations rather fail
In clearness than in energy: 't were well
Did they but indicate the course to take
Like that to be forsaken. I would fain
Be spared a further sample. Here I stand,
And here I stay, be sure, till forced to flit.
Festus.
Be you but firm on that head! long ere then
All I expect will come to pass, I trust:
The cloud that wraps you will have disappeared.
Meantime, I see small chance of such event:
They praise you here as one whose lore, already
Divulged, eclipses all the past can show,
But whose achievements, marvellous as they be,
Are faint anticipations of a glory
About to be revealed. When Basil's crowds
Dismiss their teacher, I shall be content
That he depart.
Paracelsus.
        This favour at their hands
I look for earlier than your view of things
Would warrant. Of the crowd you saw to-day,
Remove the full half sheer amazement draws,
Mere novelty, nought else; and next, the tribe
Whose innate blockish dulness just perceives
That unless miracles (as seem my works)
Be wrought in their behalf, their chance is slight
To puzzle the devil; next, the numerous set
Who bitterly hate established schools, and help
The teacher that oppugns them, till he once
Have planted his own doctrine, when the teacher
May reckon on their rancour in his turn;
Take, too, the sprinkling of sagacious knaves
Whose cunning runs not counter to the vogue
But seeks, by flattery and crafty nursing,
To force my system to a premature
Short-lived development. Why swell the list?
Each has his end to serve, and his best way
Of serving it: remove all these, remains
A scantling, a poor dozen at the best,
Worthy to look for sympathy and service,
And likely to draw profit from my pains.
Festus.
'T is no encouraging picture: still these few
Redeem their fellows. Once the germ implanted,
Its growth, if slow, is sure.
Paracelsus.
               God grant it so!
I would make some amends: but if I fail,
The luckless rogues have this excuse to urge,
That much is in my method and my manner,
My uncouth habits, my impatient spirit,
Which hinders of reception and result
My doctrine: much to say, small skill to speak!
These old aims suffered not a looking-off
Though for an instant; therefore, only when
I thus renounced them and resolved to reap
Some present fruitto teach mankind some truth
So dearly purchasedonly then I found
Such teaching was an art requiring cares
And qualities peculiar to itself:
That to possess was one thingto display
Another. With renown first in my thoughts,
Or popular praise, I had soon discovered it:
One grows but little apt to learn these things.
Festus.
If it be so, which nowise I believe,
There needs no waiting fuller dispensation
To leave a labour of so little use.
Why not throw up the irksome charge at once?
Paracelsus.
A task, a task!
        But wherefore hide the whole
Extent of degradation, once engaged
In the confessing vein? Despite of all
My fine talk of obedience and repugnance,
Docility and what not, 't is yet to learn
If when the task shall really be performed,
My inclination free to choose once more,
I shall do aught but slightly modify
The nature of the hated task I quit.
In plain words, I am spoiled; my life still tends
As first it tended; I am broken and trained
To my old habits: they are part of me.
I know, and none so well, my darling ends
Are proved impossible: no less, no less,
Even now what humours me, fond fool, as when
Their faint ghosts sit with me and flatter me
And send me back content to my dull round?
How can I change this soul?this apparatus
Constructed solely for their purposes,
So well adapted to their every want,
To search out and discover, prove and perfect;
This intricate machine whose most minute
And meanest motions have their charm to me
Though to none elsean aptitude I seize,
An object I perceive, a use, a meaning,
A property, a fitness, I explain
And I alone:how can I change my soul?
And this wronged body, worthless save when tasked
Under that soul's dominionused to care
For its bright master's cares and quite subdue
Its proper cravingsnot to ail nor pine
So he but prosperwhither drag this poor
Tried patient body? God! how I essayed
To live like that mad poet, for a while,
To love alone; and how I felt too warped
And twisted and deformed! What should I do,
Even tho'released from drudgery, but return
Faint, as you see, and halting, blind and sore,
To my old life and die as I began?
I cannot feed on beauty for the sake
Of beauty only, nor can drink in balm
From lovely objects for their loveliness;
My nature cannot lose her first imprint;
I still must hoard and heap and class all truths
With one ulterior purpose: I must know!
Would God translate me to his throne, believe
That I should only listen to his word
To further my own aim! For other men,
Beauty is prodigally strewn around,
And I were happy could I quench as they
This mad and thriveless longing, and content me
With beauty for itself alone: alas,
I have addressed a frock of heavy mail
Yet may not join the troop of sacred knights;
And now the forest-creatures fly from me,
The grass-banks cool, the sunbeams warm no more.
Best follow, dreaming that ere night arrive,
I shall o'ertake the company and ride
Glittering as they!
Festus.
          I think I apprehend
What you would say: if you, in truth, design
To enter once more on the life thus left,
Seek not to hide that all this consciousness
Of failure is assumed!
Paracelsus.
           My friend, my friend,
I toil, you listen; I explain, perhaps
You understand: there our communion ends.
Have you learnt nothing from to-day's discourse?
When we would thoroughly know the sick man's state
We feel awhile the fluttering pulse, press soft
The hot brow, look upon the languid eye,
And thence divine the rest. Must I lay bare
My heart, hideous and beating, or tear up
My vitals for your gaze, ere you will deem
Enough made known? You! who are you, forsooth?
That is the crowning operation claimed
By the arch-demonstratorheaven the hall,
And earth the audience. Let Aprile and you
Secure good places: 't will be worth the while.
Festus.
Are you mad, Aureole? What can I have said
To call for this? I judged from your own words.
Paracelsus.
Oh, doubtless! A sick wretch describes the ape
That mocks him from the bed-foot, and all gravely
You thither turn at once: or he recounts
The perilous journey he has late performed,
And you are puzzled much how that could be!
You find me here, half stupid and half mad;
It makes no part of my delight to search
Into these matters, much less undergo
Another's scrutiny; but so it chances
That I am led to trust my state to you:
And the event is, you combine, contrast
And ponder on my foolish words as though
They thoroughly conveyed all hidden here
Here, loathsome with despair and hate and rage!
Is there no fear, no shrinking and no shame?
Will you guess nothing? will you spare me nothing?
Must I go deeper? Ay or no?
Festus.
               Dear friend . . .
               Paracelsus.
True: I am brutal't is a part of it;
The plague's signyou are not a lazar-haunter,
How should you know? Well then, you think it strange
I should profess to have failed utterly,
And yet propose an ultimate return
To courses void of hope: and this, because
You know not what temptation is, nor how
'T is like to ply men in the sickliest part.
You are to understand that we who make
Sport for the gods, are hunted to the end:
There is not one sharp volley shot at us,
Which 'scaped with life, though hurt, we slacken pace
And gather by the wayside herbs and roots
To staunch our wounds, secure from further harm:
We are assailed to life's extremest verge.
It will be well indeed if I return,
A harmless busy fool, to my old ways!
I would forget hints of another fate,
Significant enough, which silent hours
Have lately scared me with.
Festus.
               Another! and what?
               Paracelsus.
After all, Festus, you say well: I am
A man yet: I need never humble me.
I would have beensomething, I know not what;
But though I cannot soar, I do not crawl.
There are worse portions than this one of mine.
You say well!
Festus.
       Ah!
       Paracelsus.
         And deeper degradation!
If the mean stimulants of vulgar praise,
If vanity should become the chosen food
Of a sunk mind, should stifle even the wish
To find its early aspirations true,
Should teach it to breathe falsehood like life-breath
An atmosphere of craft and trick and lies;
Should make it proud to emulate, surpass
Base natures in the practices which woke
Its most indignant loathing once . . . No, no!
Utter damnation is reserved for hell!
I had immortal feelings; such shall never
Be wholly quenched: no, no!
               My friend, you wear
A melancholy face, and certain't is
There's little cheer in all this dismal work.
But was it my desire to set abroach
Such memories and forebodings? I foresaw
Where they would drive. 'T were better we discuss
News from Lucerne or Zurich; ask and tell
Of Egypt's flaring sky or Spain's cork-groves.
Festus.
I have thought: trust me, this mood will pass away!
I know you and the lofty spirit you bear,
And easily ravel out a clue to all.
These are the trials meet for such as you,
Nor must you hope exemption: to be mortal
Is to be plied with trials manifold.
Look round! The obstacles which kept the rest
From your ambition, have been spurned by you;
Their fears, their doubts, the chains that bind themall,
Were flax before your resolute soul, which nought
Avails to awe save these delusions bred
From its own strength, its selfsame strength disguised,
Mocking itself. Be brave, dear Aureole! Since
The rabbit has his shade to frighten him,
The fawn a rustling bough, mortals their cares,
And higher natures yet would slight and laugh
At these entangling fantasies, as you
At trammels of a weaker intellect,
Measure your mind's height by the shade it casts!
I know you.
Paracelsus.
     And I know you, dearest Festus!
And how you love unworthily; and how
All admiration renders blind.
Festus.
               You hold
That admiration blinds?
Paracelsus.
            Ay and alas!
            Festus.
Nought blinds you less than admiration, friend!
Whether it be that all love renders wise
In its degree; from love which blends with love
Heart answering heartto love which spends itself
In silent mad idolatry of some
Pre-eminent mortal, some great soul of souls,
Which ne'er will know how well it is adored.
I say, such love is never blind; but rather
Alive to every the minutest spot
Which mars its object, and which hate (supposed
So vigilant and searching) dreams not of.
Love broods on such: what then? When first perceived
Is there no sweet strife to forget, to change,
To overflush those blemishes with all
The glow of general goodness they disturb?
To make those very defects an endless source
Of new affection grown from hopes and fears?
And, when all fails, is there no gallant stand
Made even for much proved weak? no shrinking-back
Lest, since all love assimilates the soul
To what it loves, it should at length become
Almost a rival of its idol? Trust me,
If there be fiends who seek to work our hurt,
To ruin and drag down earth's mightiest spirits
Even at God's foot, 't will be from such as love,
Their zeal will gather most to serve their cause;
And least from those who hate, who most essay
By contumely and scorn to blot the light
Which forces entrance even to their hearts:
For thence will our defender tear the veil
And show within each heart, as in a shrine,
The giant image of perfection, grown
In hate's despite, whose calumnies were spawned
In the untroubled presence of its eyes.
True admiration blinds not; nor am I
So blind. I call your sin exceptional;
It springs from one whose life has passed the bounds
Prescribed to life. Compound that fault with God!
I speak of men; to common men like me
The weakness you reveal endears you more,
Like the far traces of decay in suns.
I bid you have good cheer!
Paracelsus.
              Proeclare! Optime!
Think of a quiet mountain-cloistered priest
Instructing Paracelsus! yet't is so.
Come, I will show you where my merit lies.
'T is in the advance of individual minds
That the slow crowd should ground their expectation
Eventually to follow; as the sea
Waits ages in its bed till some one wave
Out of the multitudinous mass, extends
The empire of the whole, some feet perhaps,
Over the strip of sand which could confine
Its fellows so long time: thenceforth the rest,
Even to the meanest, hurry in at once,
And so much is clear gained. I shall be glad
If all my labours, failing of aught else,
Suffice to make such inroad and procure
A wider range for thought: nay, they do this;
For, whatsoe'er my notions of true knowledge
And a legitimate success, may be,
I am not blind to my undoubted rank
When classed with others: I precede my age:
And whoso wills is very free to mount
These labours as a platform whence his own
May have a prosperous outset. But, alas!
My followersthey are noisy as you heard;
But, for intelligence, the best of them
So clumsily wield the weapons I supply
And they extol, that I begin to doubt
Whether their own rude clubs and pebble-stones
Would not do better service than my arms
Thus vilely swayedif error will not fall
Sooner before the old awkward batterings
Than my more subtle warfare, not half learned.
Festus.
I would supply that art, then, or withhold
New arms until you teach their mystery.
Paracelsus.
Content you, 't is my wish; I have recourse
To the simplest training. Day by day I seek
To wake the mood, the spirit which alone
Can make those arms of any use to men.
Of course they are for swaggering forth at once
Graced with Ulysses' bow, Achilles' shield
Flash on us, all in armour, thou Achilles!
Make our hearts dance to thy resounding step!
A proper sight to scare the crows away!
Festus.
Pity you choose not then some other method
Of coming at your point. The marvellous art
At length established in the world bids fair
To remedy all hindrances like these:
Trust to Frobenius' press the precious lore
Obscured by uncouth manner, or unfit
For raw beginners; let his types secure
A deathless monument to after-time;
Meanwhile wait confidently and enjoy
The ultimate effect: sooner or later
You shall be all-revealed.
Paracelsus.
              The old dull question
In a new form; no more. Thus: I possess
Two sorts of knowledge; one,vast, shadowy,
Hints of the unbounded aim I once pursued:
The other consists of many secrets, caught
While bent on nobler prize,perhaps a few
Prime principles which may conduct to much:
These last I offer to my followers here.
Now, bid me chronicle the first of these,
My ancient study, and in effect you bid
Revert to the wild courses just abjured:
I must go find them scattered through the world.
Then, for the principles, they are so simple
(Being chiefly of the overturning sort),
That one time is as proper to propound them
As any otherto-morrow at my class,
Or half a century hence embalmed in print.
For if mankind intend to learn at all,
They must begin by giving faith to them
And acting on them: and I do not see
But that my lectures serve indifferent well:
No doubt these dogmas fall not to the earth,
For all their novelty and rugged setting.
I think my class will not forget the day
I let them know the gods of Israel,
Atius, Oribasius, Galen, Rhasis,
Serapion, Avicenna, Averres,
Were blocks!
Festus.
      And that reminds me, I heard something
About your waywardness: you burned their books,
It seems, instead of answering those sages.
Paracelsus.
And who said that?
Festus.
         Some I met yesternight
With OEcolampadius. As you know, the purpose
Of this short stay at Basil was to learn
His pleasure touching certain missives sent
For our Zuinglius and himself. 'T was he
Apprised me that the famous teacher here
Was my old friend.
Paracelsus.
         Ah, I forgot: you went . . .
         Festus.
From Zurich with advices for the ear
Of Luther, now at Wittenberg(you know,
I make no doubt, the differences of late
With Carolostadius)and returning sought
Basil and . . .
Paracelsus.
        I remember. Here's a case, now,
Will teach you why I answer not, but burn
The books you mention. Pray, does Luther dream
His arguments convince by their own force
The crowds that own his doctrine? No, indeed!
His plain denial of established points
Ages had sanctified and men supposed
Could never be oppugned while earth was under
And heaven above thempoints which chance or time
Affected notdid more than the array
Of argument which followed. Boldly deny!
There is much breath-stopping, hair-stiffening
Awhile; then, amazed glances, mute awaiting
The thunderbolt which does not come: and next,
Reproachful wonder and inquiry: those
Who else had never stirred, are able now
To find the rest out for themselves, perhaps
To outstrip him who set the whole at work,
As never will my wise class its instructor.
And you saw Luther?
Festus.
          'T is a wondrous soul!
          Paracelsus.
True: the so-heavy chain which galled mankind
Is shattered, and the noblest of us all
Must bow to the deliverernay, the worker
Of our own projectwe who long before
Had burst our trammels, but forgot the crowd,
We should have taught, still groaned beneath the load:
This he has done and nobly. Speed that may!
Whatever be my chance or my mischance,
What benefits mankind must glad me too;
And men seem made, though not as I believed,
For something better than the times produce.
Witness these gangs of peasants your new lights
From Suabia have possessed, whom Mnzer leads,
And whom the duke, the landgrave and the elector
Will calm in blood! Well, well; 't is not my world!
Festus.
Hark!
Paracelsus.
   'T is the melancholy wind astir
Within the trees; the embers too are grey:
Morn must be near.
Festus.
         Best ope the casement: see,
The night, late strewn with clouds and flying stars,
Is blank and motionless: how peaceful sleep
The tree-tops altogether! Like an asp,
The wind slips whispering from bough to bough.
Paracelsus.
Ay; you would gaze on a wind-shaken tree
By the hour, nor count time lost.
Festus.
                 So you shall gaze:
Those happy times will come again.
Paracelsus.
                  Gone, gone,
Those pleasant times! Does not the moaning wind
Seem to bewail that we have gained such gains
And bartered sleep for them?
Festus.
               It is our trust
That there is yet another world to mend
All error and mischance.
Paracelsus.
             Another world!
And why this world, this common world, to be
A make-shift, a mere foil, how fair soever,
To some fine life to come? Man must be fed
With angels' food, forsooth; and some few traces
Of a diviner nature which look out
Through his corporeal baseness, warrant him
In a supreme contempt of all provision
For his inferior tastessome straggling marks
Which constitute his essence, just as truly
As here and there a gem would constitute
The rock, their barren bed, one diamond.
But were it sowere man all mindhe gains
A station little enviable. From God
Down to the lowest spirit ministrant,
Intelligence exists which casts our mind
Into immeasurable shade. No, no:
Love, hope, fear, faiththese make humanity;
These are its sign and note and character,
And these I have lost!gone, shut from me for ever,
Like a dead friend safe from unkindness more!
See, morn at length. The heavy darkness seems
Diluted, grey and clear without the stars;
The shrubs bestir and rouse themselves as if
Some snake, that weighed them down all night, let go
His hold; and from the East, fuller and fuller
Day, like a mighty river, flowing in;
But clouded, wintry, desolate and cold.
Yet see how that broad prickly star-shaped plant,
Half-down in the crevice, spreads its woolly leaves
All thick and glistering with diamond dew.
And you depart for Einsiedeln this day,
And we have spent all night in talk like this!
If you would have me better for your love,
Revert no more to these sad themes.
Festus.
                   One favour,
And I have done. I leave you, deeply moved;
Unwilling to have fared so well, the while
My friend has changed so sorely. If this mood
Shall pass away, if light once more arise
Where all is darkness now, if you see fit
To hope and trust again, and strive again,
You will remembernot our love alone
But that my faith in God's desire that man
Should trust on his support, (as I must think
You trusted) is obscured and dim through you:
For you are thus, and this is no reward.
Will you not call me to your side, dear Aureole?


~ Robert Browning, Paracelsus - Part III - Paracelsus


IN CHAPTERS



   23 Psychology
   17 Occultism
   5 Poetry
   2 Integral Yoga
   1 Fiction
   1 Alchemy


   25 Carl Jung
   5 Robert Browning
   2 Sri Aurobindo


   15 Mysterium Coniunctionis
   5 The Practice of Psycho therapy
   5 Browning - Poems
   3 The Secret Doctrine
   3 Aion
   2 The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious


03.04 - The Other Aspect of European Culture, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
  
   And the secret soul of this Classical culture was not inherited by those who professed to be its champions and adorers the torch-bearers of the New Enlightenment; no, its direct descendants were to be found among the builders of the Christian civilization. Plato and Pythagoras and Heraclitus and the initiates to the Orphic and the Eleusinian mysteries continued to live in and through Plotinus and Anselm and Paracelsus and the long line of Christian savants and sages. The Middle Age had its own spiritual discoveries and achievements founded on the Cult of the Christ; to these it added what it could draw and assimilate from the mystic and spiritual traditions of the Grco-Latin world. The esoteric discipline of the Jewish Kabala also was not without influence in shaping the more secret undercurrents of Europe's creative and formative genius. The composite culture which they grew and developed had undisputed empire over Europe for some ten or twelve centuries; and it was nothing, if not at heart a spiritual and religious and other-worldly culture.
  

1.01 - Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious, #The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  
  28 Cf. Paracelsus, De vita longa (1562), and my commentary in " Paracelsus as a
  Spiritual Phenomenon" [concerning Melusina, pars. 179!:., 2152.].

1.01 - Principles of Practical Psycho therapy, #The Practice of Psycho therapy, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  psycho therapy before now and did not find it necessary to go into all these
  complications. I readily admit that Hippocrates, Galen, and Paracelsus were
  excellent doctors, but I do not believe that modern medicine should on that

1.05 - THE HOSTILE BROTHERS - ARCHETYPES OF RESPONSE TO THE UNKNOWN, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  phase (the nigredo) the regression to the fluid state of matter corresponds to the death of the
  alchemist. According to Paracelsus, he who woud enter the Kingdom of God must first enter with his
  body into his mother and there die. The mother is the prima materia, the massa confusa, the
  --
  prolonging and developing the hopes and objectives (the first among these being the redemption of
  Nature) of the neo-alchemist of the Renaissance, minds as different as those of Paracelsus, John Dee,
  Comenius, J. V. Andreae, Fludd, and Newton saw in alchemy the model for a no less ambitious
  --
  of life, lapis, poison, spirit, cloud, dew, sky, shadow, sea, mother, moon, serpent.... Jung states:
  The autonomy and everlastingness of the prima materia in Paracelsus [for example] suggest a principle
  equal to the Deity, corresponding to a dea mater.... The following texts, for example, are applied to the

1.08a - The Ladder, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  
  Having done so, he prepares a thesis setting forth his knowledge of the universe. It is said that such works as those of Paracelsus, Robert Fludd, Newton, Berkeley,
  Swedenborg, and Levi's Clef des Grand Mysteres are excellent examples of the required type of thesis. He should be a complete master of every aspect of Yoga, having experienced and thoroughly investigated the nature of

1.08 - Psycho therapy Today, #The Practice of Psycho therapy, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  acceptable if we can give up certain prejudices and change our point of
  view. Paracelsus, who was above all a physician of genius, emphasized
  that nobody could be a doctor who did not understand the art of
  --
  being simply what one is. This is expressed as an ethical demand by the
  motto of Paracelsus, the four-hundredth anniversary of whose birth we
  celebrated in the autumn of 1941: Alterius non sit, qui suus esse potest
  --
  without reason, tenebriones. Nevertheless men like Albertus Magnus,
  Roger Bacon, and Paracelsus were among the fathers of modern science,
  and their spirit did much to shake the authority of the total Church. Our
  --
  totalitarianism. The mystique of the spirit has not been replaced by a
  mystique either of nature or of the lumen naturae, as Paracelsus named it,
  but by the total incorporation of the individual in a political collective

1.09 - A System of Vedic Psychology, #Vedic and Philological Studies, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  The successes of European science have cast the shadow of their authority & prestige over the speculations of European scholarship; for European thought is, in appearance, a serried army marching to world-conquest and we who undergo the yoke of its tyranny, we, who paralysed by that fascination and overborne by that domination, have almost lost the faculty of thinking for ourselves, receive without distinction all its camp followers or irregular volunteers as authorities to whom we must needs submit.We reflect in our secondh and opinions the weak parts of European thought equally with the strong; we do not distinguish between those of its ideas which eternal Truth has ratified and those which have merely by their ingenuity and probability captivated for a short season the human imagination. The greater part of the discoveries of European Science (its discoveries, not its intellectual generalisations) belong to the first category; the greater part of the conclusions of European scholarship to the second. The best European thought has itself no illusions on this score. One of the greatest of European scholars & foremost of European thinkers, Ernest Renan, after commencing his researches in Comparative Philology with the most golden & extravagant hopes, was compelled at the close of a life of earnest & serious labour, to sum up the chief preoccupation of his days in a formula of measured disparagement,petty conjectural sciences. In other words, no sciences at all; for a science built upon conjectures is as much an impossibility & a contradiction in terms as a house built upon water. Renans own writings bear eloquent testimony to the truth of his final verdict; those which sum up his scholastic research, read now like a mass of learned crudity, even the best of them no longer authoritative or valid; those which express the substance or shades of his lifes thinking are of an imperishable beauty & value. The general sentiment of European Science agrees with the experience of Renan and even shoots beyond it; in the vocabulary of German scientists the word Philologe, philologist, bears a sadly disparaging and contemptuous significance & so great is the sense among serious thinkers of the bankruptcy of Comparative Philology that many deny even the possibility of an etymological Science. There is no doubt an element of exaggeration in some of these views; but it is true that Comparative Philology, Comparative Mythology, ethnology, anthropology and their kindred sciences are largely a mass of conjectures,shifting intellectual quagmires in which we can find no sure treading. Only the airy wings of an ingenious imagination can bear us up on that shimmering surface and delude us with the idea that it is the soil which supports our movement & not the wings. There is a meagre but sound substratum of truth which will disengage itself some day from the conjectural rubbish; but the present stage of these conjectural sciences is no better but rather worse than the state of European chemistry in the days of Paracelsus.But we in India are under the spell of European philology; we are taken by its ingenuity, audacity & self-confidence, an ingenuity which is capable of giving a plausibility to the absurd and an appearance of body to the unsubstantial, an audacity which does not hesitate to erect the most imposing theories on a few tags of disconnected facts, a confidence which even the constant change of its own opinions cannot disconcert. Moreover, our natural disposition is to the intellectuality of the scholar; verbal ingenuities, recondite explanations, far-fetched glosses have long had a weight with us which the discontinuity of our old scientific activities and disciplined experimental methods of reaching subjective truth has exaggerated and our excessive addiction to mere verbal metaphysics strongly confirmed. It is not surprising that educated India should have tacitly or expressly accepted even in subjects of such supreme importance to us as the real significance of the Vedas and Upanishads, the half patronising, half contemptuous views of the European scholar.
  

1.09 - Fundamental Questions of Psycho therapy, #The Practice of Psycho therapy, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  continent named psyche. One of the first explorers to whom we are
  indebted for more or less intelligible reports is Paracelsus. His uncanny
  knowledge, which is at times not lacking in prophetic vision, was,
  --
  creator. The scientific era, which began in earnest with the seventeenth
  century, cast out the pearls of Paracelsus medical wisdom along with the
  other lumber. Not until two centuries later did a new and altoge ther

1.1.05 - The Siddhis, #Essays Divine And Human, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  17
   present day is magic precisely in the same sense as the scientific experiments of Roger Bacon or Paracelsus. There is a good deal of fraud and error and self-deception mixed up with it, but so there was with the earliest efforts of the European scientists. The defects of Western practitioners or Eastern quacks do not get rid of our true & ancient Yoga.
  

1.13 - Gnostic Symbols of the Self, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  
  113 Published 1562 by Adam von Bodenstein. In Paracelsus Samtliche Werke, ed.
  Sudhoff, III, p. 249. [Cf. " Paracelsus the Physician," par. 21.]
  --
  does. 117 The latter would correspond to the higher Adam of the
  Naassenes. Of the Ideus or Ides Paracelsus says that in it "there is
  but One Man . . . and he is the Protoplast." 118
  --
  man and, as such, shares all the powers of the macrocosm. Since
  it is often a question of cabalistic influences in Paracelsus, it
  may not be superfluous in this connection to recall the figure of

1.14 - Bibliography, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  
  . Paracelsus the Physician." In: The Spirit in Man, Art, and
  
  --
  [ Paracelsus (Theophrastus Bombastus of Hohenheim).] Theophrast
  von Hohenheim genannt Paracelsus Samtliche Werke. Edited by
  Karl Sudhoff. Munich and Berlin, 1922-35. 15 vols. (Vol. Ill con-

1.14 - The Structure and Dynamics of the Self, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  the prima materia, the arcanum, the primary substance, which
  in Paracelsus and his followers is called the increatum and is
  regarded as coeternal with God- a correct interpretation of the

1f.lovecraft - The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Poetry
   remarkable battery of philosophical, mathematical, and scientific works
   including Paracelsus, Agricola, Van Helmont, Sylvius, Glauber, Boyle,
   Boerhaave, Becher, and Stahl, led Curwen to suggest a visit to the

1.rb - Paracelsus - Part III - Paracelsus, #Browning - Poems, #Robert Browning, #Poetry
  object:1.rb - Paracelsus - Part III - Paracelsus
  author class:Robert Browning
  --
  
  Scene. Basil; a chamber in the house of Paracelsus. 1526.
   Paracelsus, Festus.
  --
  Nay, even your honours, in a sense, I waive:
  The wondrous Paracelsus, life's dispenser,
  Fate's commissary, idol of the schools
  --
  And staring,that the zany of the show,
  Even Paracelsus, shall put off before them
  His trappings with a grace but seldom judged
  --
  Think of a quiet mountain-cloistered priest
  Instructing Paracelsus! yet't is so.
  Come, I will show you where my merit lies.

1.rb - Paracelsus - Part II - Paracelsus Attains, #Browning - Poems, #Robert Browning, #Poetry
  object:1.rb - Paracelsus - Part II - Paracelsus Attains
  author class:Robert Browning

1.rb - Paracelsus - Part I - Paracelsus Aspires, #Browning - Poems, #Robert Browning, #Poetry
  object:1.rb - Paracelsus - Part I - Paracelsus Aspires
  author class:Robert Browning
  --
  Scene. Wrzburg; a garden in the environs. 1512.
  Festus, Paracelsus, Michal.
  

1.rb - Paracelsus - Part IV - Paracelsus Aspires, #Browning - Poems, #Robert Browning, #Poetry
  object:1.rb - Paracelsus - Part IV - Paracelsus Aspires
  author class:Robert Browning
  --
  Said fiftyfold more roughly. Well-a-day,
  'T is true! poor Paracelsus is exposed
  At last; a most egregious quack he proves:
  --
  To give place to some credulous disciple
  Who holds that God is wise, but Paracelsus
  Has his peculiar merits: I suck in

1.rb - Paracelsus - Part V - Paracelsus Attains, #Browning - Poems, #Robert Browning, #Poetry
  object:1.rb - Paracelsus - Part V - Paracelsus Attains
  author class:Robert Browning
  --
  Scene. Salzburg; a cell in the Hospital of St. Sebastian. 1541.
  Festus, Paracelsus.
  
  --
  I am Erasmus: I am here to pray
  That Paracelsus use his skill for me.
  The schools of Paris and of Padua send
  --
  Yes, it was in me; I was born for it
  I, Paracelsus: it was mine by right.
  Doubtless a searching and impetuous soul
  --
  Festus.
  And this was Paracelsus!
  

2.01 - THE ARCANE SUBSTANCE AND THE POINT, #Mysterium Coniunctionis, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  The point is identical with the prima materia of the metals, which is a fatty water (aqua pinguis), the latter being a product of the moist and the hot.
  [41] John Dee (15271607) speculates as follows: It is not unreasonable to suppose, that by the four straight lines which run in opposite directions from a single, individual point, the mystery of the four elements is indicated. According to him, the quaternity consists of four straight lines meeting in a right angle. Things and beings have their first origin in the point and the monad.30 The centre of nature is the point originated by God,31 the sun-point in the egg.32 This, a commentary on the Turba says, is the germ of the egg in the yolk.33 Out of this little point, says Dorn in his Physica Genesis, the wisdom of God made with the creative Word the huge machine of the world.34 The Consilium coniugii remarks that the point is the chick (pullus).35 Mylius adds that this is the bird of Hermes,36 or the spirit Mercurius. The same author places the soul in the midpoint of the heart together with the spirit, which he compares with the angel who was infused with the soul at this point (i.e., in the womb).37 Paracelsus says that the anima iliastri dwells in the fire in the heart. It is incapable of suffering, whereas the anima cagastris is capable of suffering and is located in the water of the pericardium.38 Just as earth corresponds to the triangle and water to the line, so fire corresponds to the point.39 Democritus stresses that fire consists of fiery globules.40 Light, too, has this round form, hence the designation sun-point. This point is on the one hand the worlds centre, the salt-point in the midst of the great fabric of the whole world, as Khunrath calls it (salt = Sapientia). Yet it is not only the bond but also the destroyer of all destructible things. Hence this world-egg is the ancient Saturn, the . . . most secret lead of the sages, and the ambisexual Philosophic Man of the Philosophers, the Catholick Androgyne of the Sophists, the Rebis, etc.41 The most perfect form is round, because it is modelled on the point. The sun is round and so is fire, since it is composed of the fiery globules of Democritus. God fashioned the sphere of light round himself. God is an intelligible sphere whose centre is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere.42 The point symbolizes light and fire, also the Godhead in so far as light is an image of God or an exemplar of the Deity. This spherical light modelled on the point is also the shining or illuminating body that dwells in the heart of man. The light of nature is the radical moisture (humidum radicale) which, as balsam, works from the heart, like the sun in the macrocosm and, we must conclude, like God in the supracelestial world. Thus does Steeb describe the
  

2.02 - THE SCINTILLA, #Mysterium Coniunctionis, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  ,55 scintilla, the little soul-spark of Meister Eckhart.56 We find it already in the teachings of Saturninus.57 Similarly Heraclitus, the physicist, is said to have conceived the soul as a spark of stellar essence.58 Hippolytus says that in the doctrine of the Sethians the darkness held the brightness and the spark of light in thrall,59 and that this smallest of sparks was finely mingled in the dark waters60 below.61 Simon Magus62 likewise teaches that in semen and milk there is a very small spark which increases and becomes a power63 boundless and immutable.64
  [43] Alchemy, too, has its doctrine of the scintilla. In the first place it is the fiery centre of the earth, where the four elements project their seed in ceaseless movement. For all things have their origin in this source, and nothing in the whole world is born save from this source. In the centre dwells the Archaeus, the servant of nature, whom Paracelsus also calls Vulcan, identifying him with the Adech, the great man.65 The Archaeus, the creative centre of the earth, is hermaphroditic like the Protanthropos, as is clear from the epilogue to the Novum lumen of Sendivogius: When a man is illuminated by the light of nature, the mist vanishes from his eyes, and without difficulty he may behold the point of our magnet, which corresponds to both centres of the rays, that is, those of the sun and the earth. This cryptic sentence is elucidated by the following example: When you place a twelve-year-old boy side by side with a girl of the same age, and dressed the same, you cannot distinguish between them. But take their clothes off66 and the difference will become apparent.67 According to this, the centre consists in a conjunction of male and female. This is confirmed in a text by Abraham Eleazar,68 where the arcane substance laments being in the state of nigredo:
  Through Cham,69 the Egyptian, I must pass. . . . Noah must wash me . . . in the deepest sea, that my blackness may depart. . . . I must be fixed to this black cross, and must be cleansed therefrom with wretchedness and vinegar, and made white, that . . . my heart may shine like a carbuncle, and the old Adam come forth from me again. O! Adam Kadmon, how beautiful art thou! . . . Like Kedar I am black henceforth, ah! how long! O come, my Mesech,70 and disrobe me, that mine inner beauty may be revealed. . . . O Shulamite, afflicted within and without, the watchmen of the great city will find thee and wound thee, and rob thee of thy garments . . . and take away thy veil. Who then will lead me out from Edom, from thy stout wall? . . . Yet shall I be blissful again when I am delivered from the poison wherewith I am accursed, and my inmost seed and first birth comes forth. . . . For its father is the sun, and its mother the moon.71

3.00.2 - Introduction, #The Practice of Psycho therapy, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  old alchemists were often doctors as well, and thus had ample opportunity
  for such experiences if, like Paracelsus, they worried about the
  psychological well-being of their patients or inquired into their dreams (for

3.02 - SOL, #Mysterium Coniunctionis, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  [115] For Dorn, then, the spark of divine fire implanted in man becomes what Goe the in his original version of Faust called Fausts entelechy, which was carried away by the angels. This supreme treasure the animal man understandeth not. . . . We are made like stones, having eyes and seeing not.33
  [116] After all this, we can say that the alchemical Sol, as a certain luminosity (quaedam luminositas), is in many respects equal to the lumen naturae. This was the real source of illumination in alchemy, and from alchemy Paracelsus borrowed this same source in order to illuminate the art of medicine. Thus the concept of Sol has not a little to do with the growth of modern consciousness, which in the last two centuries has relied more and more on the observation and experience of natural objects. Sol therefore seems to denote an important psychological fact. Consequently, it is well worth while delineating its peculiarities in greater detail on the basis of the very extensive literature.
  [117] Generally Sol is regarded as the masculine and active half of Mercurius, a supraordinate concept whose psychology I have discussed in a separate study.34 Since, in his alchemical form, Mercurius does not exist in reality, he must be an unconscious projection, and because he is an absolutely fundamental concept in alchemy he must signify the unconscious itself. He is by his very nature the unconscious, where nothing can be differentiated; but, as a spiritus vegetativus (living spirit), he is an active principle and so must always appear in reality in differentiated form. He is therefore fittingly called duplex, both active and passive. The ascending, active part of him is called Sol, and it is only through this that the passive part can be perceived. The passive part therefore bears the name of Luna, because she borrows her light from the sun.35 Mercurius demonstrably corresponds to the cosmic Nous of the classical philosophers. The human mind is a derivative of this and so, likewise, is the diurnal life of the psyche, which we call consciousness.36 Consciousness requires as its necessary counterpart a dark, latent, non-manifest side, the unconscious, whose presence can be known only by the light of consciousness.37 Just as the day-star rises out of the nocturnal sea, so, ontogenetically and phylogenetically, consciousness is born of unconsciousness and sinks back every night to this primal condition. This duality of our psychic life is the prototype and archetype of the Sol-Luna symbolism. So much did the alchemist sense the duality of his unconscious assumptions that, in the face of all astronomical evidence, he equipped the sun with a shadow: The sun and its shadow bring the work to perfection.38 Michael Maier, from whom this saying is taken, avoids the onus of explanation by substituting the shadow of the earth for the shadow of the sun in the forty-fifth discourse of his Scrutinium. Evidently he could not wholly shut his eyes to astronomical reality. But then he cites the classical saying of Hermes: Son, extract from the ray its shadow,39 thus giving us clearly to understand that the shadow is contained in the suns rays and hence could be extracted from them (whatever that might mean). Closely related to this saying is the alchemical idea of a black sun, often mentioned in the literature.40 This notion is supported by the self-evident fact that without light there is no shadow, so that, in a sense, the shadow too is emitted by the sun. For this physics requires a dark object interposed between the sun and the observer, a condition that does not apply to the alchemical Sol, since occasionally it appears as black itself. It contains both light and darkness. For what, in the end, asks Maier, is this sun without a shadow? The same as a bell without a clapper. While Sol is the most precious thing, its shadow is res vilissima or quid vilius alga (more worthless than seaweed). The antinomian thinking of alchemy counters every position with a negation and vice versa. Outwardly they are bodily things, but inwardly they are spiritual, says Senior.41 This view is true of all alchemical qualities, and each thing bears in itself its opposite.42

3.03 - SULPHUR, #Mysterium Coniunctionis, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  [134] Because of the singular role it plays in alchemy, sulphur deserves to be examined rather more closely. The first point of interest, which we have already touched on, is its relation to Sol: it was called the prima materia of Sol, Sol being naturally understood as the gold. As a matter of fact, sulphur was sometimes identified with gold.73 Sol therefore derives from sulphur. The close connection between them explains the view that sulphur was the companion of Luna.74 When the gold (Sol) and his bride (Luna) are united, the coagulating sulphur, which in the corporal gold was turned outwards [extroversion], is turned inwards (i.e., introverted).75 This remark indicates the psychic double nature of sulphur (sulphur duplex); there is a red and a white sulphur, the white being the active substance of the moon, the red that of the sun.76 The specific virtue of sulphur is said to be greater in the red variety.77 But its duplicity also has another meaning: on the one hand it is the prima materia, and in this form it is burning and corrosive (adurens), and hostile to the matter of the stone; on the other hand, when cleansed of all impurities, it is the matter of our stone.78 Altoge ther, sulphur is one of the innumerable synonyms for the prima materia79 in its dual aspect, i.e., as both the initial material and the end-product. At the beginning it is crude or common sulphur, at the end it is a sublimation product of the process.80 Its fiery nature is unanimously stressed,81 though this fieriness does not consist merely in its combustibility but in its occult fiery nature. As always, an allusion to occult qualities means that the material in question was the focus of projections which lent it a numinous significance.
  [135] In keeping with its dual nature sulphur is on the one hand corporal and earthly,82 and on the other an occult, spiritual principle. As an earthly substance it comes from the fatness of the earth,83 by which was meant the radical moisture as prima materia. Occasionally it is called cinis extractus a cinere (ash extracted from ash).84 Ash is an inclusive term for the scoriae left over from burning, the substance that remains belowa strong reminder of the chthonic nature of sulphur. The red variety is thought of as masculine,85 and under this aspect it represents the gold or Sol.86 As a chthonic being it has close affinities with the dragon, which is called our secret sulphur.87 In that form it is also the aqua divina, symbolized by the uroboros.88 These analogies often make it difficult to distinguish between sulphur and Mercurius, since the same thing is said of both. This is our natural, most sure fire, our Mercurius, our sulphur, says the Tractatus aureus de lapide.89 In the Turba quicksilver is a fiery body that behaves in exactly the same way as sulphur.90 For Paracelsus sulphur, together with Sal (salt), is the begetter of Mercurius, who is born of the sun and moon.91 Or it is found in the depths of the nature of Mercurius,92 or it is of the nature of Mercurius,93 or sulphur and Mercurius are brother and sister.94 Sulphur is credited with Mercurius power to dissolve, kill, and bring metals to life.95
  [136] This intimate connection with Mercurius makes it evident that sulphur is a spiritual or psychic substance of universal import, of which nearly everything may be said that is said of Mercurius. Thus sulphur is the soul not only of metals but of all living things; in the Tractatus aureus it is equated with nostra anima (our soul).96 The Turba says: The sulphurs are souls that were hidden in the four bodies.97 Paracelsus likewise calls sulphur the soul.98 In Mylius sulphur produces the ferment or soul which gives life to the imperfect body.99 The Tractatus Micreris says: . . . until the green son appears, who is its100 soul, which the Philosophers have called the green bird and bronze and sulphur.101 The soul is also described as the hidden part [occultum] of the sulphur.102
  [137] In the sphere of Christian psychology, green has a spermatic, procreative quality, and for this reason it is the colour attri buted to the Holy Ghost as the creative principle.103 Accordingly Dorn says: The male and universal seed, the first and most potent, is the solar sulphur, the first part and most potent cause of all generation.104 It is the life-spirit itself. In his De tenebris contra naturam Dorn says: We have said before that the life of the world is the light of nature and the celestial sulphur, whose substrate [subiectum] is the aetheric moisture and the heat of the firmament, namely Sol and Luna.105 Sulphur has here attained cosmic significance and is equated with the light of nature, the supreme source of knowledge for the natural philosophers. But this light does not shine unhindered, says Dorn. It is obscured by the darkness of the elements in the human body. For him, therefore, sulphur is a shining, heavenly being. Though this sulphur is a son who comes from imperfect bodies, he is ready to put on the white and purple garments.106 In Ripley he is a spirit of generative power, who works in the moisture.107 In the treatise De sulphure he is the virtue of all things and the source of illumination and of all knowledge.108 He knows, in fact, everything.109
  --
  [142] From what has been said it should be evident that sulphur is the essence of an active substance. It is the spirit of the metals,135 forming with quicksilver, the other spirit of nature, the two principles and the matter of the metals, since these two principles are themselves metals in potentia.136 Together with Mercurius it also forms the lapis.137 In fact, it is the heart of all things138 and the virtue of all things.139 Enumerating, along with water and moisture, the synonyms for the lapis as the whole secret and life of all things whatsoever, the Consilium coniugii says: The oil that takes up the colour, that is, the radiance of the sun, is itself sulphur.140 Mylius compares it to the rainbow: The sulphur shines like the rainbow above the waters . . . the bow of Isis stands half on the pure, liquid, and flowing water and half on the earth . . . hence the whole property of sulphur and its natural likeness are expressed by the rainbow. Thus sulphur, so far as it is symbolized by the rainbow, is a divine and wonderful experience. A few lines further on, after mentioning sulphur as one of the components of the water, Mylius writes that Mercurius (i.e., the water) must be cleansed by distillation from all foulness of the earth, and then Lucifer, the impurity and the accursed earth, will fall from the golden heaven.141 Lucifer, the most beautiful of the angels, becomes the devil, and sulphur is of the earths foulness. Here, as in the case of the dragons head, the highest and the lowest are close together. Although a personification of evil, sulphur shines above earth and water with the splendour of the rainbow, a natural vessel142 of divine transformation.
  [143] From all this it is apparent that for the alchemists sulphur was one of the many synonyms for the mysterious transformative substance.143 This is expressed most plainly in the Turba:144 Therefore roast it for seven days, until it becomes shining like marble, because, when it does, it is a very great secret [arcanum], since sulphur has been mixed with sulphur; and thereby is the greatest work accomplished, by mutual affinity, because natures meeting their nature mutually rejoice.145 It is a characteristic of the arcane substance to have everything it needs; it is a fully autonomous being, like the dragon that begets, reproduces, slays, and devours itself. It is questionable whether the alchemists, who were anything but consistent thinkers, ever became fully conscious of what they were saying when they used such images. If we take their words literally, they would refer to an Increatum, a being without beginning or end, and in need of no second. Such a thing can by definition only be God himself, but a God, we must add, seen in the mirror of physical nature and distorted past recognition. The One for which the alchemists strove corresponds to the res simplex, which the Liber quartorum defines as God.146 This reference, however, is unique, and in view of the corrupt state of the text I would not like to labour its significance, although Dorns speculations about the One and the unarius are closely analogous. The Turba continues: And yet they are not different natures, nor several, but a single one, which unites their powers in itself, through which it prevails over the other things. See you not that the Master has begun with the One and ended with the One? For he has named those unities the water of the sulphur, which conquers the whole of nature.147 The peculiarity of sulphur is also expressed in the paradox that it is incremabile (incombustible), ash extracted from ash.148 Its effects as aqua sulfurea are infinite.149 The Consilium coniugii says: Our sulphur is not the common sulphur,150 which is usually said of the philosophical gold. Paracelsus, in his Liber Azoth, describes sulphur as lignum (wood), the linea vitae (line of life), and fourfold (to correspond with the four elements); the spirit of life is renewed from it.151 Of the philosophical sulphur Mylius says that such a thing is not to be found on earth except in Sol and Luna, and it is known to no man unless revealed to him by God.152 Dorn calls it the son begotten of the imperfect bodies, who, when sublimated, changes into the highly esteemed salt of four colours. In the Tractatus Micreris it is even called the treasure of God.153
  [144] These references to sulphur as the arcane and transformative substance must suffice. I would only like to stress Paracelsus remark about its fourfold nature, and that of his pupil Dorn about the four colours as symbols of totality. The psychic factor which appears in projection in all similarly characterized arcane substances is the unconscious self. It is on this account that the well-known Christ-lapis154 parallel reappears again and again, as for instance in the above-mentioned parable of the adepts adventure in the grove of Venus. As we saw, he fell asleep after having a long and instructive conversation with the voice of Saturn. In his dream he beholds the figures of two men by the fountain in the grove, one of them Sulphur, the other Sal. A quarrel arises, and Sal gives Sulphur an incurable wound. Blood pours from it in the form of whitest milk. As the adept sinks deeper into sleep, it changes into a river. Diana emerges from the grove and bathes in the miraculous water. A prince (Sol), passing by, espies her, they are inflamed for love of one another, and she falls down in a swoon and sinks beneath the surface. The princes retinue refuse to rescue her for fear of the perilous water,155 whereupon the prince plunges in and is dragged down by her to the depths. Immediately their souls appear above the water and explain to the adept that they will not go back into bodies so polluted, and are glad to be quit of them. They would remain afloat until the fogs and clouds have disappeared. At this point the adept returns to his former dream, and with many other alchemists he finds the corpse of Sulphur by the fountain. Each of them takes a piece and operates with it, but without success.156 We learn, further, that Sulphur is not only the medicina but also the medicus the wounded physician.157 Sulphur suffers the same fate as the body that is pierced by the lance of Mercurius. In Reusners Pandora158 the body is symbolized as Christ, the second Adam, pierced by the lance of a mermaid, or a Lilith or Edem.159
  [145] This analogy shows that sulphur as the arcane substance was set on a par with Christ, so that for the alchemists it must have meant something very similar. We would turn away in disgust from such an absurdity were it not obvious that this analogy, sometimes in clear and sometimes in veiled form, was thrust upon them by the unconscious. Certainly there could be no greater disparity than that between the holiest conception known to mans consciousness and sulphur with its evil-smelling compounds. The analogy therefore is in no sense evidential but can only have arisen through intense and passionate preoccupation with the chemical substance, which gradually formed a tertium comparationis in the alchemists mind and forced it upon him with the utmost insistence. The common denominator of these two utterly incommensurable conceptions is the self, the image of the whole man, which reached its finest and most significant development in the Ecce Homo, and on the other hand appears as the meanest, most contemptible, and most insignificant thing, and manifests itself to consciousness precisely in that guise. As it is a concept of human totality, the self is by definition greater than the ego-conscious personality, embracing besides this the personal shadow and the collective unconscious. Conversely, the entire phenomenon of the unconscious appears so unimportant to ego-consciousness that we would rather explain it as a privatio lucis160 than allow it an autonomous existence. In addition, the conscious mind is critical and mistrustful of everything hailing from the unconscious, convinced that it is suspect and somehow dirty. Hence the psychic phenomenology of the self is as full of paradoxes as the Hindu conception of the atman, which on the one hand embraces the universe and on the other dwells no bigger than a thumb in the heart. The Eastern idea of atman-purusha corresponds psychologically to the Western figure of Christ, who is the second Person of the Trinity and God himself, but, so far as his human existence is concerned, conforms exactly to the suffering servant of God in Isaiah161from his birth in a stable among the animals to his shameful death on the cross between two thieves.

3.04 - LUNA, #Mysterium Coniunctionis, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  [214] We have treated at some length of the sinister and dangerous aspect of the new moon. In this phase the climax of the moons waning, which in folklore is not always considered auspicious, is reached. The new moon is dangerous at childbirth and weddings. If a father dies at the waning moon, this brings the children bad luck. One also has to bow to the sickle moon or it will bring bad luck. Even the light of the moon is dangerous as it causes the moon-sickness, which comes from the moon-wolf. The marriage bed, pregnant women, and small children should be protected from the moonlight. Whoever sews by moonlight sews the winding-sheet, and so on.355
  [215] The passage on the moon in Paracelsus De pestilitate (III, 95) catches very aptly the atmosphere which hangs round the pale moonlight:
  Now mark this: Wherever there is a disheartened and timid man in whom imagination has created the great fear and impressed it on him, the moon in heaven aided by her stars is the corpus to bring this about. When such a disheartened timid man looks at the moon under the full sway of his imagination, he looks into the speculum venenosum magnum naturae [great poisonous mirror of nature], and the sidereal spirit and magnes hominis [magnet of man] will thus be poisoned by the stars and the moon. But we shall expound this more clearly to you as follows. Through his imagination the timid man has made his eyes basilisk-like, and he infects the mirror, the moon, and the stars, through himself at the start, and later on so that the moon is infected by the imagining man; this will happen soon and easily, by dint of the magnetic power which the sidereal body and spirit exerts upon the celestial bodies [viz.] the moon and the stars in great Nature [viz., the Macrocosm]. Thus man in turn will be poisoned by this mirror of the moon and the stars which he has looked at; and this because (for, as you can see, it happens quite naturally) a pregnant woman at the time of menstruation similarly stains and damages the mirror by looking into it. For at such a time she is poisonous and has basilisks eyes ex causa menstrui et venenosi sanguinis [because of the menstrual and poisonous blood] which lies hidden in her body and nowhere more strongly than in her eyes. For there the sidereal spirit of the stained body lies open and naked to the sidereal magnet. Quia ex menstruo et venenoso sanguine mulieris causatur et nascitur basiliscus, ita luna in coelo est oculus basilisci coeli [Because as the basilisk is caused and born from the menstrual and poisonous blood of a woman, thus the moon in the sky is the eye of the basilisk of heaven]. And as the mirror is defiled by the woman, thus conversely the eyes, the sidereal spirit, and the body of man are being defiled by the moon, for the reason that at such time the eyes of the timid imagining man are weak and dull, and the sidereal spirit and body draw poison out of the mirror of the moon into which you have looked. But not so that only one human being has the power thus to poison the moon with his sight, no; hence I say that, mostly, menstruating women do poison the moon and the stars much more readily and also more intensely than any man, easily so. Because as you see that they poison and stain the mirror made of metallic material and what is even more, the glass mirrormuch more and sooner they defile the moon and the stars at such a time. And even if at such time the moon only shines on water and the woman looks at the water, the moon will be poisoned, and by still many more means, but it would not do to reveal all this clearly. And such poisoning of the moon happens for this reason: it is the naked eye of the spirit and of the sidereal body and it often grows new and young as you can see. Just as a young child who looks into a mirror which was looked at by a menstruating woman will become long-sighted and cross-eyed and his eyes will be poisoned, stained, and ruined, as the mirror was stained by the menstruating woman; and so also the moon, and also the human being, is poisoned. And as the moon, when it grows new and young, is of a poisonous kind, this you shall notice in two ways, namely in the element of water and also in wood, loam, etc.: as this, when it is gathered at the wrong time will not burn well, but be worm-eaten, poisonous, bad, and putrid, so is also the moon, and that is why it can be poisoned so easily by merely looking at it and the moon with its light is the humidum ignis [moisture of fire], of a cold nature, for which reason it is capable of receiving the poison easily.356

3.05 - SAL, #Mysterium Coniunctionis, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  [234] In this section I shall discuss not only salt but a number of symbolisms that are closely connected with it, such as the bitterness of the sea, sea-water and its baptismal quality, which in turn relates it to the Red Sea. I have included the latter in the scope of my observations but not the symbol of the sea as such. Since Luna symbolizes the unconscious, Sal, as one of its attri butes, is a special instance of the lunar symbolism. This explains the length of the present entire chapter: extensive digressions are necessary in order to do justice to the various aspects of the unconscious that are expressed by salt, and at the same time to explain their psychological meaning.
  [235] Owing to the theory of correspondentia, regarded as axiomatic in the Middle Ages, the principles of each of the four worlds the intelligible or divine, the heavenly, the earthly, and the infernal379corresponded to each other. Usually, however, there was a division into three worlds to correspond with the Trinity: heaven, earth, hell.380 Triads were also known in alchemy. From the time of Paracelsus the most important triad was Sulphur-Mercurius-Sal, which was held to correspond with the Trinity. Georg von Welling, the plagiarist of Johann Rudolf Glauber, still thought in 1735 that his triad of fire, sun, and salt381 was in its root entirely one thing.382 The use of the Trinity formula in alchemy is so common that further documentation is unnecessary. A subtle feature of the Sulphur-Mercurius-Sal formula is that the central figure, Mercurius, is by nature androgynous and thus partakes both of the masculine red sulphur and of the lunar salt.383 His equivalent in the celestial realm is the planetary pair Sol and Luna, and in the intelligible realm Christ in his mystical androgyny, the man encompassed by the woman,384 i.e., sponsus and sponsa (Ecclesia). Like the Trinity, the alchemical triunity is a quaternity in disguise owing to the duplicity of the central figure: Mercurius is not only split into a masculine and a feminine half, but is the poisonous dragon and at the same time the heavenly lapis. This makes it clear that the dragon is analogous to the devil and the lapis to Christ, in accordance with the ecclesiastical view of the devil as an autonomous counterpart of Christ. Furthermore, not only the dragon but the negative aspect of sulphur, namely sulphur comburens, is identical with the devil, as Glauber says: Verily, sulphur is the true black devil of hell, who can be conquered by no element save by salt alone.385 Salt by contrast is a light substance, similar to the lapis, as we shall see.
  [236] From all this we get the following schema:

3.10 - The New Birth, #The Practice of Psycho therapy, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  world in which the unequal elements are united. This is the microcosm in
  man, corresponding to the firmament or Olympus of Paracelsus: that
  unknown quantity in man which is as universal and wide as the world

5.01 - ADAM AS THE ARCANE SUBSTANCE, #Mysterium Coniunctionis, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  [546] As the transformative substance, therefore, Adam is also the king7 who is renewed in the bath. Basilius Valentinus says in his poem: Adam sat in the bath which the old Dragon had prepared, and in which Venus found her companion.8
  [547] It was a bold stroke, even for a Baroque imagination, to bring together Adam and Venus. In the poem Venus is the fountain that flows from the stone and submerges her father, absorbing his body and life into herself. She is thus a parallel figure to Beya, who dissolved Gabricus into atoms in her body. In the same section in which Ruland mentions Adam as a synonym for water he states that he was also called the tall man.9 Ruland was a Paracelsist, so this expression may well coincide with the great man of Paracelsus, the Adech,10 whom Ruland defines as our inner and invisible man.11
  [548] Accordingly the arcane substance would appear to be the inner man or Primordial Man, known as Adam Kadmon in the Cabala. In the poem of Valentinus, this inner man is swamped by the goddess of lovean unmistakable psychologem for a definite and typical psychic state, which is also symbolized very aptly by the Gnostic love-affair between Nous and Physis. In both cases the higher spiritual man is the more comprehensive, supra-ordinate totality which we know as the self. The bath, submersion, baptism, and drowning are synonymous, and all are alchemical symbols for the unconscious state of the self, its embodiments, as it wereor, more precisely, for the unconscious process by which the self is reborn and enters into a state in which it can be experienced. This state is then described as the filius regius. The old dragon who prepared the bath, a primeval creature dwelling in the caverns of the earth, is, psychologically, a personification of the instinctual psyche, generally symbolized by reptiles. It is as though the alchemists were trying to express the fact that the unconscious itself initiates the process of renewal.

5.02 - THE STATUE, #Mysterium Coniunctionis, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  Here the statue evidently denotes the end-product of the process, the lapis Philosophorum or its equivalent.
  [560] The statue has a somewhat different significance in the treatise of Senior,50 who speaks of the water that is extracted from the hearts of statues. Senior is identical with the Arabian alchemist Ibn Umail al-Tamimi. He is reported to have opened tombs and sarcophagi in Egypt and to have removed the mummies.51 Mummies were supposed to possess medicinal virtues, and for this reason bits of corpses had long been mentioned in European pharmacy under the name of mumia.52 It is possible that mumia was also used for alchemical purposes. It is mentioned in Khunrath as synonymous with the prima materia.53 In Paracelsus, who may have been Khunraths source for this, Mumia balsamita has something to do with the elixir, and is even called the physical life-principle itself.54 Seniors statues may well have been Egyptian sarcophagi, which as we know were portrait-statues. In the same treatise there is a description of a statue (of Hermes Trismegistus) in an underground chapel. Senior says: I shall now make known to you what that wise man who made the statue has hidden in that house; in it he has described that whole science, as it were, in the figure, and taught his wisdom in the stone, and revealed it to the discerning. Michael Maier comments: That is the statue from whose heart the water is extracted. He also mentions that a stone statue which pronounced oracles was dedicated to Hermes in Achaia Pharis.
  [561] In Raymond Lully (Ramon Llull) there is an oil that is extracted from the heart of statues, and moreover by the washing of water and the drying of fire.55 This is an extremely paradoxical operation in which the oil evidently serves as a mediating and uniting agent.

5.08 - ADAM AS TOTALITY, #Mysterium Coniunctionis, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  [640] The lapis also figures in the Cabala: Sometimes Adonai, the name of the last Sefira, and Malchuth herself, the Kingdom, are so called; for the latter is the foundation of the whole fabric of the world.325 The stone is, indeed, of supreme importance, because it fulfils the function of Adam Kadmon as the capital-stone, from which all the upper and lower hosts in the work of creation are brought into being.326 It is called the sapphirestone, because it takes on divers colours from the highest powers, and works in created things now in one wise, now in the contrary, administering at times good, at others evil, now life, now death, now sickness, now healing, now poverty, now riches.327 The stone appears here as the power of fate; indeed, as the reference to Deuteronomy 32 : 39 shows, it is God himself.328 Knorr von Rosenroth was himself an alchemist, and his words here are written with deliberate intent.329 He emphasizes that the stone is the one which the builders rejected and is become the head of the corner.330 It occupies a middle position in the Sefiroth system since it unites in itself the powers of the upper world and distri butes them to the lower.331 According to its position, therefore, it would correspond to Tifereth.332
  [641] I have found no evidence in the alchemical literature that the sapphire was an arcanum before the time of Paracelsus. It seems as though this author introduced it into alchemy from the Cabala as a synonym for the arcane substance:
  For the virtue which lies in the sapphire is given from heaven by way of solution, coagulation, and fixation. Now, since heaven is created so as to work through these three things until it has achieved this [viz., the production of the sapphire and its virtues], so must the breaking up of the sapphire correspond to the same three procedures. This breaking up is such that the bodies vanish, and the arcanum remains. For before the sapphire existed, there was no arcanum. But subsequently, just as life was given to man, the arcanum was given to this material by heaven.333
  We can recognize here relationships with Cabalistic ideas. Paracelsuss pupil, Adam von Bodenstein, says in his Onomasticon: The sapphire material: that liquid in which there is no harmful matter.334 Dorn335 relates the sapphirine flower to the Arcanum Cheyri of Paracelsus.336 The Epistola ad Hermannum cites a certain G. Ph. Rodochaeus de Geleinen Husio:337Then arises the sapphirine flower of the hermaphrodite, the wondrous mystery of the Macrocosm, of which one part, if it be poured into a thousand parts of the melted Ophirizum, converts it all into its own nature.338 This passage is influenced by Paracelsus.
  [642] The Lapis Sapphireus or Sapphirinus is derived from Ezekiel 1 : 22 and 26, where the firmament above the living creature was like a terrible crystal and a sapphire stone (also 10 : 1), and from Exodus 24 : 10: And they saw the God of Israel: and under his feet as it were a work of sapphire stone, and as the heaven, when clear (DV). In alchemy our gold is crystalline;339 the treasure of the Philosophers is a certain glassy heaven, like crystal, and ductile like gold;340 the tincture of gold is transparent as crystal, fragile as glass.341 The Book of the Cave of Treasures says that Adams body shone like the light of a crystal.342 The crystal, which appears equally pure within and without, refers in ecclesiastical language to the unimpaired purity of the Virgin.343 The throne in Ezekiels vision, says Gregory the Great, is rightly likened to the sapphire, for this stone has the colour of air.344 He compares Christ to the crystal in a way that served as a model for the language and ideas of the alchemists.345

6.01 - THE ALCHEMICAL VIEW OF THE UNION OF OPPOSITES, #Mysterium Coniunctionis, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  [662] Dorns explanation is illuminating in that it affords us a deep insight into the alchemical mysterium coniunctionis. If this is nothing less than a restoration of the original state of the cosmos and the divine unconsciousness of the world, we can understand the extraordinary fascination emanating from this mystery. It is the Western equivalent of the fundamental principle of classical Chinese philosophy, namely the union of yang and yin in tao, and at the same time a premonition of that tertium quid which, on the basis of psychological experience on the one hand and of Rhines experiments on the other, I have called synchronicity.44 If mandala symbolism is the psychological equivalent of the unus mundus, then synchronicity is its para-psychological equivalent. Though synchronistic phenomena occur in time and space they manifest a remarkable independence of both these indispensable determinants of physical existence and hence do not conform to the law of causality. The causalism that underlies our scientific view of the world breaks everything down into individual processes which it punctiliously tries to isolate from all other parallel processes. This tendency is absolutely necessary if we are to gain reliable knowledge of the world, but philosophically it has the disadvantage of breaking up, or obscuring, the universal interrelationship of events so that a recognition of the greater relationship, i.e., of the unity of the world, becomes more and more difficult. Everything that happens, however, happens in the same one world and is a part of it. For this reason events must possess an a priori aspect of unity, though it is difficult to establish this by the statistical method. So far as we can see at present, Rhine seems to have successfully demonstrated this unity by his extrasensory-perception experiments (ESP).45 Independence of time and space brings about a concurrence or meaningful coincidence of events not causally connected with one anotherphenomena which till now were summed under the purely descriptive concepts of telepathy, clairvoyance, and precognition. These concepts naturally have no explanatory value as each of them represents an X which cannot be distinguished from the X of the other. The characteristic feature of all these phenomena, including Rhines psychokinetic effect and other synchronistic occurrences, is meaningful coincidence, and as such I have defined the synchronistic principle. This principle suggests that there is an inter-connection or unity of causally unrelated events, and thus postulates a unitary aspect of being which can very well be described as the unus mundus.
  [663] Mercurius usually stands for the arcane substance, whose synonyms are the panacea and the spagyric medicine. Dorn identifies the latter with the balsam46 of Paracelsus, which is a close analogy of the
  
   of the Basilidians. In the De vita longa of Paracelsus, balsam as an elixir vitae is associated with the term gamonymus, which might be rendered having the name of matrimony.47 Dorn thinks that the balsam, which stands higher than nature, is to be found in the human body and is a kind of aetheric substance.48 He says it is the best medicament not only for the body but also for the mind (mens). Though it is a corporeal substance, as a combination of the spirit and soul of the spagyric medicine it is essentially spiritual.49
  We conclude that meditative philosophy consists in the overcoming of the body by mental union [unio mentalis]. This first union does not as yet make the wise man, but only the mental disciple of wisdom. The second union of the mind with the body shows forth the wise man, hoping for and expecting that blessed third union with the first unity [i.e., the unus mundus, the latent unity of the world]. May Almighty God grant that all men be made such, and may He be one in All.50

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1. Paracelsus, Philippus Aureolus Paracelsus, Theophrastus Philippus Aureolus Bombastus von Hohenheim ::: (Swiss physician who introduced treatments of particular illnesses based on his observation and experience; he saw illness as having an external cause (rather than an imbalance of humors) and replaced traditional remedies with chemical remedies (1493-1541))




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Paracelsus, Philippus Aureolus Paracelsus, Theophrastus Philippus Aureolus Bombastus von Hohenheim
   INSTANCE OF=> doctor, doc, physician, MD, Dr., medico
     => medical practitioner, medical man
       => health professional, primary care provider, PCP, health care provider, caregiver
         => professional, professional person
           => adult, grownup
             => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
               => organism, being
                 => living thing, animate thing
                   => whole, unit
                     => object, physical object
                       => physical entity
                         => entity
               => causal agent, cause, causal agency
                 => physical entity
                   => entity




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Paracelsus, Philippus Aureolus Paracelsus, Theophrastus Philippus Aureolus Bombastus von Hohenheim
   INSTANCE OF=> doctor, doc, physician, MD, Dr., medico










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Paracelsus, Philippus Aureolus Paracelsus, Theophrastus Philippus Aureolus Bombastus von Hohenheim
  -> doctor, doc, physician, MD, Dr., medico
   => abortionist
   => allergist
   => angiologist
   => extern, medical extern
   => gastroenterologist
   => general practitioner, GP
   => hakim, hakeem
   => house physician, resident, resident physician
   => intern, interne, houseman, medical intern
   => primary care physician
   => quack
   => specialist, medical specialist
   => surgeon, operating surgeon, sawbones
   => veterinarian, veterinary, veterinary surgeon, vet
   HAS INSTANCE=> Averroes, ibn-Roshd, Abul-Walid Mohammed ibn-Ahmad Ibn-Mohammed ibn-Roshd
   HAS INSTANCE=> Avicenna, ibn-Sina, Abu Ali al-Husain ibn Abdallah ibn Sina
   HAS INSTANCE=> Barany, Robert Barany
   HAS INSTANCE=> Bartholin, Caspar Bartholin
   HAS INSTANCE=> Bruce, David Bruce, Sir David Bruce
   HAS INSTANCE=> Crohn, Burrill Bernard Crohn
   HAS INSTANCE=> Down, John L. H. Down
   HAS INSTANCE=> Eijkman, Christiaan Eijkman
   HAS INSTANCE=> Fallot, Etienne-Louis Arthur Fallot
   HAS INSTANCE=> Gilbert, William Gilbert
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Klinefelter, Harry F. Klinefelter, Harry Fitch Kleinfelter
   HAS INSTANCE=> Lozier, Clemence Sophia Harned Lozier
   HAS INSTANCE=> Manson, Sir Patrick Manson
   HAS INSTANCE=> Mesmer, Franz Anton Mesmer, Friedrich Anton Mesmer
   HAS INSTANCE=> Paracelsus, Philippus Aureolus Paracelsus, Theophrastus Philippus Aureolus Bombastus von Hohenheim
   HAS INSTANCE=> Roget, Peter Mark Roget
   HAS INSTANCE=> Ross, Sir Ronald Ross
   HAS INSTANCE=> Rush, Benjamin Rush
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Shaw, Anna Howard Shaw
   HAS INSTANCE=> Simpson, Sir James Young Simpson
   HAS INSTANCE=> Sydenham, Thomas Sydenham, English Hippocrates
   HAS INSTANCE=> Willebrand, von Willebrand, E. A. von Willebrand, Erik von Willebrand, Erik Adolf von Willebrand










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Wikipedia - 100 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high-speed train type
Wikipedia - 101 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 103 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 105M-CM-^W617mm -- Common type of artillery and tank gun calibre
Wikipedia - 105 mm calibre -- Common type of artillery and tank gun calibre
Wikipedia - 105 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 107 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 10 cm/50 Type 88 naval gun -- Dual purpose gun used by the Japanese Navy (1932-1945)
Wikipedia - 10 cm/65 Type 98 naval gun -- World War II naval gun of the Imperial Japanese Navy
Wikipedia - 10TP -- 1930s Polish medium tank prototype.
Wikipedia - 113 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 115 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 117 series -- Japanese suburban electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 119 series -- Japanese DC electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 11 o'clock number -- Theater term for type of musical number
Wikipedia - 121 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 123 series -- Japanese single-car electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 125 series -- Japanese single-car DC electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 12 cm 11th Year Type naval gun -- World War II Japanese naval gun and coast defense gun
Wikipedia - 14 cm/40 11th Year Type naval gun
Wikipedia - 14 cm/50 3rd Year Type naval gun
Wikipedia - 152mm SpGH DANA -- Type of Self-propelled gun
Wikipedia - 153 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 15.5 cm/60 3rd Year Type naval gun
Wikipedia - 155 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 15760 Albion -- Trans-Neptunian object, prototype of cubewanos
Wikipedia - 157 series -- Japanese DC electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 159 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 15 cm/50 41st Year Type
Wikipedia - 165 series -- Japanese express electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 167 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 169 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 17 cm SK L/40 gun -- Type of Naval gunRailway gunCoast-defence gun
Wikipedia - 181 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 183 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 185 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 1933 Datsun Type 12 -- Car model
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Wikipedia - 200 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
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Wikipedia - 201 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 20.3 cm/45 Type 41 naval gun -- Japanese naval gun and coastal artillery used throughout the first half of the 20th century
Wikipedia - 203 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 205 series -- Train type operated in Japan and Indonesia
Wikipedia - 207 series (JR East) -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 207 series (JR West) -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 209 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 20 cm/50 3rd Year Type naval gun
Wikipedia - 20-gauge shotgun -- Type of smooth-bore shotgun
Wikipedia - 20M-CM-^W138mmB -- Type of ammunition
Wikipedia - 20-pounder Parrott rifle -- Type of Rifled cannon
Wikipedia - 211 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 213 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 215 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 221 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 223 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 225 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 227 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 251 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 253 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 255 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 2.5D musical -- Japanese type of musical based on anime, manga or video games
Wikipedia - 271 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 281 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 283 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 285 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 287 series -- Electric multiple unit train type operated in Japan
Wikipedia - 289 series -- Japanese DC electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 2MASS J10475385+2124234 -- T6.5 spectral type brown dwarf
Wikipedia - 2S4 Tyulpan -- Type of Self-propelled mortar
Wikipedia - 2S7 Pion -- Type of Self-propelled artillery
Wikipedia - 300 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high-speed train type
Wikipedia - 300X -- Japanese experimental high speed train type
Wikipedia - 301 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 303 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 305 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 310 helix -- Type of secondary structure
Wikipedia - 311 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 313 series -- Japanese DC suburban electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 321 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 323 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 3-2 engineering -- Type of engineering degree program
Wikipedia - 371 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 373 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 38.1 cm /45 Model 1926 naval gun -- Type of coastal artillery
Wikipedia - 381 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 383 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 38 cm SK C/34 naval gun -- Type of Naval gun, Railroad gun and Coastal defense
Wikipedia - 3D XPoint -- Novel computer memory type meant to offer higher speeds than flash memory and lower prices than DRAM
Wikipedia - 3M22 Zircon -- Type of anti-ship missile
Wikipedia - 3M-54 Kalibr -- Type of missile
Wikipedia - 400 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
Wikipedia - 401(k) -- Type of retirement/pension plan in the United States
Wikipedia - 403(b) -- Type of retirement/pension plan in the United States
Wikipedia - 40/4 Chair -- Type of stackable chair
Wikipedia - 415 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 419 series -- Japanese train type
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Wikipedia - 420 (dinghy) -- Ship type
Wikipedia - 455 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 485 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 489 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 4D vector -- 4-component vector data type in computer science
Wikipedia - 4th Dimension roller coaster -- Type of steel roller coaster
Wikipedia - 4TP -- 1930s Polish light tank prototype.
Wikipedia - 500 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
Wikipedia - 501(c)(3) organization -- Type of nonprofit organization in the United States exempt from federal income tax
Wikipedia - 501(c) organization -- Type of tax-exempt nonprofit organization in the United States
Wikipedia - 583 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 63 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - 64-gun ship -- Type of ship of the line
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Wikipedia - 681 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 683 series -- Japanese train type
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Wikipedia - 711 series -- Japanese train type
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Wikipedia - 715 series -- Japanese train type
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Wikipedia - 719 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 721 series -- Japanese train type
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Wikipedia - 731 series -- Electric multiple unit train type operated by JR Hokkaido in Japan
Wikipedia - 733 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 735 series -- Japanese train type
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Wikipedia - 781 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 783 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 785 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 787 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 789 series -- Japanese train type
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Wikipedia - 811 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - 813 series -- Japanese train type
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Wikipedia - 8600 series -- Japanese train type
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Wikipedia - 8.8 cm Flak 18/36/37/41 -- Type of anti-aircraft gun
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Wikipedia - Aden Site -- Archaeological type site
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Wikipedia - Adrian Frutiger -- Swiss typeface designer
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Wikipedia - Advanced Gas-cooled Reactor -- Type of nuclear reactor
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Wikipedia - Aerial (skateboarding) -- Type of skateboarding trick
Wikipedia - Aero A.24 -- 1920s prototype bomber aircraft by Aero Vodochody
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Wikipedia - Aerospike engine -- Type of rocket engine that maintains its aerodynamic efficiency across a wide range of altitudes
Wikipedia - AEZ railcar -- Type of train used in Chile
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Wikipedia - Affine bundle -- Type of fiber bundle
Wikipedia - Affine cipher -- Type of substitution cipher
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Wikipedia - Afghan rug -- A type of floor-covering
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Wikipedia - Agano ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Agape -- Greco-Christian term referring to a type of love
Wikipedia - Agarwood -- type of wood
Wikipedia - Agglutinative language -- Type of synthetic language with morphology that primarily uses agglutination
Wikipedia - AGM-114 Hellfire -- Type of air-to-surface and surface-to-surface missile
Wikipedia - AGM-154 Joint Standoff Weapon -- Type of glide bomb
Wikipedia - AGM-183 ARRW -- U.S. Air Force prototype missile
Wikipedia - Agricultural Universities (India) -- Type of educational institution
Wikipedia - Ahlswede-Daykin inequality -- Correlation-type inequality for four functions on a finite distributive lattice
Wikipedia - Aichi AB-2 -- Prototype reconnaissance floatplane
Wikipedia - Aichi Experimental Type 15-Ko Reconnaissance Seaplane (Mi-go) -- 1920s Japanese reconnaissance seaplane
Wikipedia - Aichi Loop Railway 2000 series -- Japanese train type
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Wikipedia - Airborne aircraft carrier -- Type of mother ship aircraft which can carry, launch, retrieve and support other smaller aircraft
Wikipedia - Air-cooled engine -- Type of engine
Wikipedia - Airey house -- Type of prefabricated house in the UK
Wikipedia - Air-line diving -- Type of underwater diving
Wikipedia - Air mattress -- Type of mattress
Wikipedia - Air pirate -- Type of stock character from science fiction and fantasy
Wikipedia - Airport novel -- Type of genre fiction novel
Wikipedia - AISA GN -- Spanish prototype autogyro
Wikipedia - AizuhongM-EM-^M ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Ajoblanco -- Type of cold soup from Andalusia
Wikipedia - Akazu ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Alam -- family name, Arabic term, and type of insignia
Wikipedia - Alarm device -- Type of signal (or device) that alerts people to a dangerous condition
Wikipedia - Albeluvisols -- Soil type
Wikipedia - Albertus (typeface)
Wikipedia - Albertype -- Photographic process
Wikipedia - Albino gaur -- Type of gaur with distinctive ash-grey color, also known as white bison
Wikipedia - Albion-class landing platform dock -- Type of amphibious warfare ship in service with the Royal Navy
Wikipedia - Albree Pigeon-Fraser Scout -- American fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Alcazar -- Type of Moorish castle or palace in Spain and Portugal
Wikipedia - Alcohol -- Type of organic compound
Wikipedia - Aldehyde -- Type of carbonyl coumpound
Wikipedia - Aldo Novarese -- Italian type designer
Wikipedia - Alehouse dagger -- Type of English dagger or shortsword
Wikipedia - Alejandro sniper rifle -- Type of sniper rifle
Wikipedia - Alexander PS type -- Single decker bus bodywork
Wikipedia - Alexandrian text-type
Wikipedia - Alfisol -- Soil type
Wikipedia - Algebraic data types
Wikipedia - Algebraic datatypes
Wikipedia - Algebraic data type
Wikipedia - Alignment (typesetting)
Wikipedia - Alkali basalt -- Type of volcanic rock
Wikipedia - Alkaline battery -- Type of battery
Wikipedia - All-day cafe -- Type of restaurant
Wikipedia - Allegorical interpretations of Genesis -- Readings of the biblical Book of Genesis that treat elements of the narrative as symbols or types
Wikipedia - Allegro (typeface) -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Allergen -- Type of antigen that produces an abnormally vigorous immune response
Wikipedia - Allotropes of iron -- Form different types of steel
Wikipedia - Alpha2 Canum Venaticorum variable -- Variable star type
Wikipedia - Alpha-3 beta-2 nicotinic receptor -- Type of human nicotinic acetylcholine receptor
Wikipedia - Alpha helix -- Type of secondary structure of proteins
Wikipedia - Alpha-keratin -- Type of keratin found in vertebrates
Wikipedia - ALPSA lesion -- Type of shoulder injury
Wikipedia - Al-Tammuz -- Type of surface-to-surface missile
Wikipedia - Alteo -- Type of double-decker, dual-voltage electric multiple unit trainsets operated on the French RER A line
Wikipedia - Alternating electric field therapy -- Type of electromagnetic field therapy
Wikipedia - Alternative school -- Type of school
Wikipedia - Alto saxophone -- Type of saxophone
Wikipedia - Aluminium-conductor steel-reinforced cable -- Type of overhead power line conductor
Wikipedia - Aluminum building wiring -- Type of electrical wiring
Wikipedia - Amakusa pottery -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Amanuensis -- Person employed to write or type what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another
Wikipedia - Amateur radio satellite -- Type of satellite that transmits over amateur radio frequencies
Wikipedia - Amate -- Type of paper manufactured in Mexico
Wikipedia - Ambiguity -- Type of uncertainty of meaning in which several interpretations are plausible
Wikipedia - Ambrotype
Wikipedia - AmefurikozM-EM-^M -- Type of Japanese YM-EM-^Mkai
Wikipedia - American Type Founders -- American typography company
Wikipedia - American Typewriter -- Slab serif typeface created in 1974
Wikipedia - Amiri (typeface)
Wikipedia - Ammama -- A type of headgear
Wikipedia - Ammonia fountain -- A type of chemical demonstration
Wikipedia - Amphibious assault ship -- Type of warship used in amphibious assaults
Wikipedia - Amphora -- Type of storage container
Wikipedia - Amplexus -- Type of mating behavior exhibited by some externally fertilizing species
Wikipedia - Analysis of Soviet-type economic planning
Wikipedia - Anatolian blues -- A type of Turkish music
Wikipedia - Anatra DM Anamon -- WWI Russian prototype fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - Anchi ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - AND gate -- Digital logic gate type
Wikipedia - Andong soju -- A traditional type of soju from Andong, Korea
Wikipedia - Andouille -- type of sausage
Wikipedia - Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal -- Professional wrestling match type
Wikipedia - Andrews plot -- type of data visualization
Wikipedia - Anelace -- Type of dagger from 14th century England
Wikipedia - Angel food cake -- Type of sponge cake
Wikipedia - Angel of mercy (criminology) -- Type of criminal offender
Wikipedia - Angiomatoid fibrous histiocytoma -- Type of tumor which affects children and adolescents
Wikipedia - Angle-sensitive pixel -- Type of light sensor
Wikipedia - Angry black woman -- Stereotype about African American women
Wikipedia - Angry white male -- Stereotype used to refer to a white male holding conservative viewpoint in the context of U.S. politics
Wikipedia - Anicut -- Type of dam
Wikipedia - Aniline leather -- Type of leather dyed exclusively with soluble dyes
Wikipedia - Anisopoikilocytosis -- Blood disorder often caused by some type of anemia
Wikipedia - Ankoku-ji -- Type of Buddhist temple
Wikipedia - Anonymous type
Wikipedia - Anorexia nervosa -- Type of eating disorder
Wikipedia - Anschutz 1827 Fortner -- Type of biathlon rifle
Wikipedia - Ansitz -- Type of stately home in the Germanic region
Wikipedia - Antenna types
Wikipedia - Anterior cruciate ligament -- Type of cruciate ligament in the human knee
Wikipedia - Anti-flash gear -- A type of protection gear
Wikipedia - Antiparticle -- Small localized object; a rare type of matter
Wikipedia - Antipassive voice -- A type of grammatical voice
Wikipedia - Antique Olive -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Anti-social behaviour order -- Former type of civil order made in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Anti-submarine mortar -- Naval weapon type for launching small depth charges against submarines
Wikipedia - Antonov An-70 -- Ukrainian/Russian military transport aircraft prototype by Antonov
Wikipedia - Anussati -- Type of meditation and devotional practices
Wikipedia - Anyon -- Type of particle that occurs only in two-dimensional systems
Wikipedia - Aoimori 703 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Ap and Bp stars -- Chemically peculiar stars of types A and B
Wikipedia - Aplite -- A fine-grained intrusive igneous rock type similar to granite
Wikipedia - Apogee kick motor -- Type of rocket motor
Wikipedia - Apollo archetype
Wikipedia - Appalachian balds -- Mountain type
Wikipedia - Appeal to probability -- Type of fallacy
Wikipedia - Apple pie -- type of pie filled with apples
Wikipedia - Approach and Landing Tests -- Trials of the prototype Space Shuttle Enterprise
Wikipedia - Approved school -- Type of youth prison in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - A priori and a posteriori -- Two types of knowledge, justification, or argument
Wikipedia - Apsara -- Type of female spirit of the clouds and waters in Hindu and Buddhist culture
Wikipedia - Arado Ar 195 -- Prototype torpedo bomber by Arado
Wikipedia - Arado Ar 197 -- Prototype fighter by Arado
Wikipedia - Arado Ar 198 -- Prototype reconnaissance aircraft by Arado
Wikipedia - Arado Ar 199 -- Prototype training floatplane by Arado
Wikipedia - Arado Ar 80 -- 1935 prototype fighter aircraft by Arado
Wikipedia - Arado Ar 81 -- Prototype dive bomber by Arado
Wikipedia - Arado cattle -- Type of cattle
Wikipedia - Arborloo -- A simple type of composting toilet in which feces are collected in a shallow pit and a tree is later planted in the full pit
Wikipedia - Arc diagram -- Type of graph drawing
Wikipedia - Arch dam -- Type of concrete dam that is curved upstream in plan
Wikipedia - Archer (typeface) -- Slab serif typeface
Wikipedia - Archetype Entertainment
Wikipedia - Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious
Wikipedia - Archetypes (Carl Jung)
Wikipedia - Archetypes
Wikipedia - Archetype
Wikipedia - Archival Resource Key -- A persistent identifier for information objects of any type
Wikipedia - Archtop guitar -- Type of steel-stringed acoustic or semi-acoustic guitar
Wikipedia - Arcology -- Type of design principles for human habitats
Wikipedia - Arcsine distribution -- Type of probability distribution
Wikipedia - Ardah -- Type of folkloric group dance in Arabia
Wikipedia - Ares I-X -- Prototype and design concept demonstrator rocket
Wikipedia - Argand lamp -- Type of oil lamp
Wikipedia - Arita ware -- Type of Japanese porcelain ware
Wikipedia - Arithmetic zeta function -- Type of zeta function
Wikipedia - Arkose -- A type of sandstone containing at least 25% feldspar
Wikipedia - ArmaLite AR-15 -- Type of assault rifle
Wikipedia - Armatix iP1 -- Semi-automatic pistol and Smart Gun prototype
Wikipedia - Armature Controlled DC Motor -- Type of electric motor
Wikipedia - Armored cruiser -- Type of cruiser in the late 19th and early 20th centuries
Wikipedia - Arquebus -- Type of long gun that appeared in Europe during the 15th century
Wikipedia - Array data structure -- Type of data structure
Wikipedia - Array data type -- Data type that represents a collection of elements (values or variables)
Wikipedia - Artichoke -- Type of vegetable that is a species of thistle cultivated as a food
Wikipedia - Article (grammar) -- word used with a noun to indicate the type of reference being made by the noun
Wikipedia - Artin billiard -- Type of a dynamical billiard first studied by Emil Artin in 1924
Wikipedia - Arti, Russia -- Urban-type settlement in Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia
Wikipedia - Artistic roller skating -- Type of sport similar to figure skating
Wikipedia - Aryballos -- Type of ancient Greek vase
Wikipedia - Asahi ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Ascendant subgroup -- a type of subgroup in group theory
Wikipedia - Askania-Nova (urban-type settlement) -- Urban locality in Kherson Oblast, Ukraine
Wikipedia - Aspis -- Type of shield used by Ancient Greek hoplites
Wikipedia - Assam silk -- Any of several types of wild silk native to Assam, India
Wikipedia - Assam-type architecture -- Style of architecture
Wikipedia - Assassination market -- Type of market that incentivizes assassination
Wikipedia - Assault rifle -- Military rifle type
Wikipedia - Associative classifier -- machine learning model type
Wikipedia - Assortative mating -- Preferential mating pattern between individuals with similar phenotypes (e.g., size, colour)
Wikipedia - Asteroid spectral types -- Classification type of a class of astronomical objects
Wikipedia - Astigmatism -- Type of eye defect
Wikipedia - Astrophotography -- Specialized type of photography for recording images of astronomical objects and large areas of the night sky
Wikipedia - Athetoid cerebral palsy -- Type of cerebral palsy associated with basal ganglia damage
Wikipedia - Atlantis Sand Fynbos -- Vegetation type from north of Cape Town, in the Western Cape, South Africa
Wikipedia - ATM card -- Type of bank card providing access to Automatic Teller Machines
Wikipedia - Atmospheric theatre -- Type of movie theater
Wikipedia - A Tower -- Type of communication tower in East Germany
Wikipedia - Attestation clause -- In statutory law, a type of clause found in wills
Wikipedia - Attribute substitution -- Type of cognitive bias
Wikipedia - A-type main-sequence star -- Stellar classification
Wikipedia - Audience response -- Type of interaction
Wikipedia - Audi R8 (Type 42) -- First generation of the R8 sports car manufactured by German automobile manufacturer Audi from 2006-2015
Wikipedia - Audi R8 (Type 4S) -- Second generation of the R8 sports car manufactured by German automobile manufacturer Audi
Wikipedia - Augustinian theodicy -- Type of Christian theodicy designed in response to the evidential problem of evil
Wikipedia - Aussiedlerhof -- Type of agricultural concern in Germany
Wikipedia - Australian Aboriginal fibrecraft -- A type of fibre craft used by Aboriginal Australians.
Wikipedia - Australian whisky -- Type of distilled liquor produced in Australia
Wikipedia - Austrian knot -- Type of elaborate design on dress uniforms
Wikipedia - Authoritarian personality -- Psychological trait/personality type
Wikipedia - Autoimmune pancreatitis -- Type of chronic pancreatitis
Wikipedia - Automated clearing house -- type of electronic network for financial transactions
Wikipedia - Automatic transmission -- Type of motor vehicle transmission that automatically changes gear ratio as the vehicle moves
Wikipedia - Automaton clock -- A type of clock featuring automatons
Wikipedia - Autonomous republic -- Type of administrative division similar to a province or state
Wikipedia - Autoregressive model -- Representation of a type of random process
Wikipedia - Autosomal recessive cerebellar ataxia type 1 -- Hereditary ataxia that has material basis in autosomal recessive inheritance
Wikipedia - Auxiliary floating drydock -- Type of United States Navy drydocks
Wikipedia - Auxiliary ship -- Ship type
Wikipedia - Avadana -- Type of Buddhist literature
Wikipedia - Avadhuta -- Type of mystic or saint who acts without consideration for standard social etiquette
Wikipedia - AVE Class 100 -- High speed train type
Wikipedia - AVE Class 102 -- Spanish high-speed train type
Wikipedia - AVE Class 103 -- High speed train type
Wikipedia - Avelia Horizon -- High-speed train type
Wikipedia - Avenir (typeface) -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Averruncator -- Type of extended shears for pruning distant branches
Wikipedia - Avidin -- Type of protein
Wikipedia - AVL tree -- Type of self-balancing binary search tree
Wikipedia - Avocado toast -- type of open sandwich
Wikipedia - Avro Canada C102 Jetliner -- Canadian prototype jet airliner built by Avro Canada
Wikipedia - Awaji ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Axial-flow pump -- Type of pump consisting of a propeller in a pipe
Wikipedia - Axial stone circle -- Type of megalithic monument in counties Cork and Kerry, Ireland
Wikipedia - Axo-axonic synapse -- A type of synapse
Wikipedia - Ayurvedic acupressure -- Type of massage
Wikipedia - Azi (clone) -- Fictional type of human clones
Wikipedia - B53 nuclear bomb -- Type of Thermonuclear weapon
Wikipedia - Babydoll -- Type of nightwear for women
Wikipedia - Baby talk -- Type of speech associated with an older person speaking to a child
Wikipedia - Bachem Ba 349 -- 1945 prototype fighter aircraft by Bachem
Wikipedia - Back bacon -- Type of bacon
Wikipedia - Backplate and wing -- Type of back-mount scuba harness
Wikipedia - Backsword -- Type of European sword
Wikipedia - Bacon soup -- Type of soup
Wikipedia - Bacon -- A type of salt-cured pork
Wikipedia - Bactris jamaicana -- Species of plant (type of spiny palm)
Wikipedia - Bad boy archetype
Wikipedia - Badlands -- A type of dry terrain where softer sedimentary rocks and clay-rich soils have been extensively eroded
Wikipedia - Bafta cloth -- Type of textile
Wikipedia - Baguette -- Elongated type of bread loaf
Wikipedia - Bahrain Centre for Studies and Research -- Behrain research in contractual type
Wikipedia - Bailey bridge -- Type of portable truss bridge
Wikipedia - Baja jacket -- Type of hooded pullover jacket
Wikipedia - Baked bean sandwich -- Type of sandwich
Wikipedia - Baking chocolate -- Type of dark chocolate as baking ingredient
Wikipedia - Balado (food) -- Indonesian type of hot and spicy spice mixture
Wikipedia - Balanced histogram thresholding -- Type of image thresholding
Wikipedia - Balisword -- Type of sword
Wikipedia - Ball bearing -- Type of rolling-element bearing that uses balls to maintain the separation between the bearing races.
Wikipedia - Ball-peen hammer -- Type of hammer used in metalworking
Wikipedia - Ball spline -- Type of linear motion bearing that can transmit torque
Wikipedia - Balsamic vinegar -- Type of vinegar originating in Italy
Wikipedia - Baltic amber -- Type of amber from the Baltic area
Wikipedia - Bamboo weaving -- Type of bambooworking that weaves strips of bamboo together to form an object or pattern
Wikipedia - Banat Romanian dialect -- Type of dialects
Wikipedia - Band brake -- Type of brake
Wikipedia - Bandwidth-limited pulse -- Type of wave pulse
Wikipedia - Banger racing -- Type of car-related sport
Wikipedia - Bank barrow -- Type of tumulus
Wikipedia - Bank Gothic -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Bank holiday -- Type of public holiday
Wikipedia - Banko ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Barbed suture -- Type of knotless surgical suture
Wikipedia - Barbershop music -- Type of vocal harmony
Wikipedia - Barbette -- Type of gun emplacement
Wikipedia - Barbie Liberation Organization -- Doll modification to protest gender stereotypes.
Wikipedia - Barbine -- Type of long pasta
Wikipedia - Barcalounger -- Type of recliner and it US manufacturer
Wikipedia - Barcha -- Type of pole weapon
Wikipedia - Bardiche -- Type of pole weapon
Wikipedia - Bare-metal stent -- Type of stent without a coating or covering
Wikipedia - Baritone -- Type of classical male vocal range
Wikipedia - Baritosis -- Benign type of pneumoconiosis
Wikipedia - Barkcloth -- Type of non-woven textile
Wikipedia - Barmen lace machine -- Machine for making torchon and bobbin-type laces and braids
Wikipedia - Barnhart Brothers & Spindler -- American type foundry
Wikipedia - Barque -- Type of sailing vessel
Wikipedia - Barrel barbecue -- Type of barbecue made from a 55-gallon barrel.
Wikipedia - Bartle taxonomy of player types
Wikipedia - Barton Gulch -- Archaeological type site in the USA
Wikipedia - Basal-cell carcinoma -- Most common type of skin cancer
Wikipedia - Basal-like carcinoma -- Breast cancer subtype
Wikipedia - Baserri -- Traditional half-timbered or stone-built type of housebarn farmhouse found in the Basque Country in Northern Spain and Southwestern France
Wikipedia - Basic economy -- Type of airfare offered by airlines
Wikipedia - Basic helix-loop-helix leucine zipper transcription factors -- Type of transcription factor
Wikipedia - Basilica -- Type of building in classical and church architecture
Wikipedia - Basilisk (cannon) -- Type of cannon
Wikipedia - Baskerville -- Transitional serif typeface designed in the 1750s
Wikipedia - Bass (voice type)
Wikipedia - Batik -- Type of Indonesian cloth dyeing
Wikipedia - Batiniyya -- Allegoric type of scriptural interpretation in Shi'i Islam
Wikipedia - Batiste -- Type of fine lightweight cloth
Wikipedia - Battle pass -- Type of video game monetization
Wikipedia - Battle rap -- Type of rapping that includes bragging and insults freestyled spontaneously in live battles often to impress people
Wikipedia - Battle rifle -- Military rifle type
Wikipedia - Battleship (game) -- Strategy type guessing game for two players
Wikipedia - Batu kenong -- Type of Indonesian megalith
Wikipedia - Bauhaus (typeface) -- sans-serif geometric typeface
Wikipedia - Bay rum -- Type of cologne and aftershave lotion
Wikipedia - Bazaar -- Type of public marketplace
Wikipedia - Beamer (cricket) -- Type of illegal delivery in cricket
Wikipedia - Bear spear -- Type of pole weapon primarily used for bear hunting
Wikipedia - Bear's Son Tale -- Folk tale classification type
Wikipedia - Beauty mark -- Type of dark facial mark
Wikipedia - BEC819 series -- Japanese battery electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - Becoming the Archetype -- American Christian metal band
Wikipedia - Bed bug -- type of insect that feeds on human blood
Wikipedia - Bedesten -- Type of commercial structure in Ottoman architecture
Wikipedia - Bedfordshire lace -- Type of bobbin lace made in the English Midlands
Wikipedia - Bedspace apartment -- Type of residence
Wikipedia - Beechcraft XA-38 Grizzly -- 1944 prototype attack aircraft by Beechcraft
Wikipedia - Beer can racing -- type of yacht race
Wikipedia - Begayt cattle -- Type of cattle
Wikipedia - Begging the question -- Type of fallacy, where a proposition is assumed as a premise, which itself needs proof and directly entails the conclusion
Wikipedia - Behavioral pattern -- Type of software design pattern
Wikipedia - Bell 309 KingCobra -- Prototype attack helicopter
Wikipedia - Bell 400 TwinRanger -- Utility helicopter prototype
Wikipedia - Bell ARH-70 Arapaho -- Armed reconnaissance helicopter prototype
Wikipedia - Bell barrow -- Type of burial mound surrouonded by ditch with flat berm resembling a flattened bell
Wikipedia - Belles-lettres -- Type of written work in which fictive stories take place (not 'popular' for 'genre' fiction)
Wikipedia - Bell XP-83 -- Prototype escort fighter
Wikipedia - Bell YFM-1 Airacuda -- American heavy fighter prototypes
Wikipedia - Belwe Roman -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Bembo -- Serif typeface
Wikipedia - Benefit concert -- Type of musical benefit performance
Wikipedia - Benefit corporation -- Type of for-profit entity
Wikipedia - Bengali-Assamese script -- A type of South Asian writing system
Wikipedia - Benktander type I distribution
Wikipedia - Benktander type II distribution
Wikipedia - Benzoxazines -- Type of bicyclic heterocyclic monomer
Wikipedia - Berber carpet -- A type of carpet
Wikipedia - Berdel -- Type of marriage common in Kurdistan
Wikipedia - Bere (grain) -- Scottish type of barley
Wikipedia - Beretta 8000 -- type of semi-automatic pistol
Wikipedia - Beretta 92 -- type of semi-automatic pistol
Wikipedia - Beretta Cheetah -- type of semi-automatic pistol
Wikipedia - Beretta Model 38 -- type of submachine gun
Wikipedia - Beretta Px4 Storm -- type of semi-automatic pistol
Wikipedia - Beringian wolf -- extinct type of wolf that lived during the Ice Age in Alaska, Yukon, and northern Wyoming
Wikipedia - Bermuda rig -- Configuration of mast and rigging for a type of sailboat
Wikipedia - Bernos -- Cloak type
Wikipedia - Berry mechanism -- Type of pseudorotation in chemistry
Wikipedia - Berth (sleeping) -- Type of bed in a vehicle
Wikipedia - Best management practice for water pollution -- Term used in the United States and Canada to describe a type of water pollution control
Wikipedia - Beta cell -- Type of cell found in pancreatic islets
Wikipedia - Beta decay -- Type of radioactive decay
Wikipedia - Beton (typeface) -- Slab-serif typeface designed by Heinrich Jost
Wikipedia - Bettarazuke -- A type of pickled daikon popular in Tokyo
Wikipedia - Better than sex cake -- type of cake
Wikipedia - BFW M.22 -- Prototype, 1928 German bomber
Wikipedia - BGR-34 -- An Ayurvedic drug in India that supposedly treats Diabetes mellitus type 2
Wikipedia - Bhangra (dance) -- Several types of dance originating from the Punjab region
Wikipedia - Bhangra (music) -- Upbeat type of popular music associated with Punjabi culture
Wikipedia - Biangbiang noodles -- Type of Chinese noodles
Wikipedia - Bidet -- plumbing fixture or type of sink intended for washing the genitalia and anus of the human body
Wikipedia - Bifurcated needle -- Type of steel rod used to administer smallpox vaccine
Wikipedia - Big Woods -- Type of temperate hardwood forest ecoregion found in western Wisconsin and south-central Minnesota, US
Wikipedia - Bi (jade) -- Type of circular ancient Chinese jade artifact
Wikipedia - Binny & Ronaldson -- Former type foundry
Wikipedia - Biofuel -- Type of biological fuel from which energy is derived
Wikipedia - Biographical dictionary -- Type of encyclopedic dictionary limited to biographical information
Wikipedia - Birthday attack -- Type of cryptographic attack
Wikipedia - Bitters -- Type of alcoholic preparation flavored with botanical matter
Wikipedia - Bizen ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Blackboard bold -- Typeface style
Wikipedia - Black-burnished ware -- Type of pottery
Wikipedia - Black Forest house -- Type of house found in southwestern Germany
Wikipedia - Black Knight (vehicle) -- Type of unmanned combat vehicle
Wikipedia - Blackletter -- Old script typeface used throughout Western Europe
Wikipedia - Blacklight poster -- Type of wall art
Wikipedia - Black money scam -- Type of confidence trick; variation of what is known as advance fee fraud
Wikipedia - Black No. 1 (Little Miss Scare-All) -- 1993 single by Type O Negative
Wikipedia - Black-on-black ware -- Type of Native American pottery
Wikipedia - Blade (archaeology) -- Type of stone tool
Wikipedia - Bladesmith -- Person who uses an anvil and forge to make various types of blades
Wikipedia - Blanchard's transsexualism typology -- Psychological typology to classify types of transsexuals
Wikipedia - Blanket -- Type of bedding
Wikipedia - Blast beat -- Type of drum beat
Wikipedia - Blaster (Star Wars) -- Fictional type of personal laser weapon from Star Wars
Wikipedia - Blast furnace -- Type of metallurgical furnace used for smelting to produce industrial metals
Wikipedia - Blickensderfer typewriter
Wikipedia - Blizzard -- Type of snowstorm
Wikipedia - Block cipher -- Type of cipher
Wikipedia - Block scheduling -- Type of organization of school classes
Wikipedia - Block-setting crane -- Crane type for installing large stone blocks
Wikipedia - Blohm & Voss BV 144 -- 1945 prototype airliner by Blohm & Voss
Wikipedia - Blohm & Voss BV 155 -- German fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Blonde joke -- Stereotype joke about blondes
Wikipedia - Blood-injection-injury type phobia
Wikipedia - Blood type (non-human) -- Phenotypic grouping based on red blood cell surface antigens
Wikipedia - Blood type -- Classification of blood
Wikipedia - Bloomery -- Type of furnace once used widely for smelting iron from its oxides
Wikipedia - Blow forward -- Type of firearm action
Wikipedia - Blue giant -- Giant star of early spectral type
Wikipedia - BMW V12 LMR -- Open cockpit prototype racing car manufactured by BMW Motorsport and Williams F1
Wikipedia - BNS Umar Farooq (2019) -- Type 053H3 frigate of the Bangladesh Navy
Wikipedia - Board of directors -- Type of governing body for an organisation
Wikipedia - Boar spear -- Type of spear primarily used for boar hunting
Wikipedia - Bo-Bo-Bo -- Type of locomotive
Wikipedia - Bocadillo -- Type of sandwich
Wikipedia - Bochet -- Type of mead
Wikipedia - Body language -- A type of nonverbal communication
Wikipedia - Boeing 367-80 -- Prototype aircraft built by Boeing that was base for the design of the KC-135 tanker and the 707 airliner
Wikipedia - Boeing P-29 -- Fighter aircraft prototype series by Boeing
Wikipedia - Boeing X-32 -- Multirole combat aircraft prototype by Boeing
Wikipedia - Boeing XB-15 -- Prototype bomber aircraft by Boeing
Wikipedia - Boeing XB-38 Flying Fortress -- American bomber prototype
Wikipedia - Boeing XB-39 Superfortress -- Prototype bomber aircraft by Boeing
Wikipedia - Boeing XP-15 -- Fighter aircraft prototype by Boeing
Wikipedia - Boeing XP-4 -- Fighter aircraft prototype by Boeing
Wikipedia - Boeing XP-7 -- Fighter prototype aircraft by Boeing
Wikipedia - Boeing XP-8 -- Fighter aircraft prototype by Boeing
Wikipedia - Boeing XP-9 -- Fighter aircraft prototype by Boeing
Wikipedia - Boeing YB-9 -- Prototype bomber aircraft by Boeing
Wikipedia - Boeing YC-14 -- Military transport aircraft prototype by Boeing
Wikipedia - Bog -- Type of wetland that accumulates peat due to incomplete decomposition of plant matter
Wikipedia - Boilie -- Type of fishing bait
Wikipedia - Boiling water reactor -- Type of nuclear reactor that directly boils water
Wikipedia - Boiling -- Type of vaporization; bulk phenomenon.
Wikipedia - Boland Granite Fynbos -- Vegetation type endemic to the Western Cape, South Africa
Wikipedia - Bolete -- Type of fungal fruiting body
Wikipedia - Boline -- Type of ritual knife in Wicca
Wikipedia - Bollinger Bands -- Type of statistical chart characterizing the prices and volatility of a financial instrument or commodity
Wikipedia - Bollock dagger -- Type of dagger
Wikipedia - Bolt action -- Type of firearm mechanism
Wikipedia - BoM-JM-;z -- Urban-type settlement in Uzbekistan
Wikipedia - Bondage suit -- Type of garment
Wikipedia - Bone morphogenetic protein receptor, type 1 -- Group of type I transmembrane proteins
Wikipedia - Bongo drum -- Type of drum
Wikipedia - Book of hours -- Type of Christian devotional book, popular in the Middle Ages
Wikipedia - Book Site -- Archaeological type site in Pennsylvania, United States of America
Wikipedia - Booktype
Wikipedia - Boolean data type
Wikipedia - Boolean datatype
Wikipedia - Boolean type
Wikipedia - Boomerang (cocktail) -- Type of cocktail
Wikipedia - Boonie hat -- Type of hat
Wikipedia - Boot Hill -- Type of American cemetery
Wikipedia - Boot -- Type of footwear extending above the ankle joint
Wikipedia - Borough (New Jersey) -- Type of local government subdivision in New Jersey, USA
Wikipedia - Borstal -- Type of youth detention centre
Wikipedia - Bostongurka -- A type of relish with pickled gherkins, red bell pepper and onion with spices
Wikipedia - Bottom quark -- Type of quark
Wikipedia - Bottom type
Wikipedia - Boudin -- Types of sausage
Wikipedia - Boulevard du Temple (photograph) -- First photograph, a daguerreotype, to show people
Wikipedia - Boulevard -- Type of road with buildings on sides
Wikipedia - Bouncer (doorman) -- Type of security guard
Wikipedia - Bourbon whiskey -- Type of American whiskey, a barrel-aged distilled spirit made primarily from corn
Wikipedia - Bowflex -- Type of exercise equipment
Wikipedia - Bow rider -- Boat type
Wikipedia - Boxed warning -- A type of warning that appears on the package insert for certain prescription drugs
Wikipedia - Boxer briefs -- Type of form-fitting underpants for men
Wikipedia - Box joint -- Type of woodworking joint
Wikipedia - Box orbit -- type of gravitational orbit seen in triaxial systems
Wikipedia - Box-spring -- Type of bed base
Wikipedia - Brachydactyly type D -- Abnormal shortening of the distal part of the thumb
Wikipedia - Bram de Does -- Dutch graphic and type designer
Wikipedia - Brand activism -- Type of activism in economy
Wikipedia - Brandistock -- Type of pole weapon
Wikipedia - Brazilian three-banded armadillo -- Type of Armadillo
Wikipedia - Bread machine -- Type of home appliance for baking bread
Wikipedia - Breakfast television -- Type of morning TV show
Wikipedia - Breastwork monitor -- Type of monitor warship
Wikipedia - Breathy voice -- A type of phonation
Wikipedia - Breda Model 1931 machine gun -- type of Italian heavy machine gun
Wikipedia - Breeder (cellular automaton) -- Type of pattern that grows quadratically
Wikipedia - Bremer wall -- Type of barrier used to protect structures against damage from explosions
Wikipedia - Breteche -- Type of castle architectural element
Wikipedia - Brioche -- Type of French bread
Wikipedia - Bristol Type 110A -- Airplane
Wikipedia - Bristol Type 172 -- Proposed 1940s military aeroplane
Wikipedia - Bristol Type 223 -- Early British design for a supersonic transport
Wikipedia - Britannic (typeface) -- Typeface
Wikipedia - British heavy tanks of World War I -- Type of combat tank
Wikipedia - British military aircraft designation systems -- Aircraft type
Wikipedia - British Overseas citizen -- A type of British national associated with former colonies
Wikipedia - British Overseas Territories citizen -- Type of British nationality
Wikipedia - British Rail Class 390 -- A type of electric high-speed train operated by Avanti West Coast
Wikipedia - British Rail Class 89 -- Prototype CO-CO electric locomotive
Wikipedia - Broadcast signal intrusion -- Type of intentional interference with wireless signals
Wikipedia - Broadway (typeface) -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Broa -- Type of bread
Wikipedia - Bronco All Terrain Tracked Carrier -- type of amphibious off-road vehicle
Wikipedia - Brose -- Type of porridge
Wikipedia - Brown dwarf -- Type of substellar object larger than a gas giant
Wikipedia - Brown earth -- Soil type
Wikipedia - Browning Auto-5 -- Type of semi-automatic shotgun
Wikipedia - Brownstone -- Type of sandstone, or U.S. townhouse built thereof
Wikipedia - Brown waste -- Type of biodegradable waste
Wikipedia - Bruise -- Type of hematoma of tissue
Wikipedia - B-type asteroid -- Asteroid spectral class; uncommon type of carbonaceous asteroid
Wikipedia - B type proanthocyanidin -- Specific type of flavanoids
Wikipedia - Bubble dance -- Type of erotic dance
Wikipedia - Bubble memory -- Obsolete type of non-volatile computer memory
Wikipedia - Bucatini -- Type of pasta
Wikipedia - Bucium -- Type of alphorn
Wikipedia - Buddhist personality types -- Psychology of personality types in Buddhism
Wikipedia - Buff coat -- Type of thick leather coat
Wikipedia - Bugatti Type 57 -- Bugatti automobile
Wikipedia - Bulimia nervosa -- A type of eating disorder
Wikipedia - Bulldog clip -- Type of paper fastener
Wikipedia - Bulmer (typeface) -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Bulverism -- Type of logical fallacy
Wikipedia - Bunkobon -- A type of a paperback book
Wikipedia - Bunsik -- Type of Korean dish
Wikipedia - Burdur SiM-EM-^_ -- Type of Turkish kebab
Wikipedia - Burger King chicken nuggets -- Type of chicken product sold by the international fast food restaurant chain Burger King
Wikipedia - Bus doors -- Various types of doors on buses and coaches
Wikipedia - Buserite -- Type of mineral
Wikipedia - Bushmaster M4-type Carbine -- carbine based on the AR-15 platform
Wikipedia - Business tourism -- Type of tourism
Wikipedia - Butch cut -- Type of haircut
Wikipedia - Butter cake -- Type of cake
Wikipedia - Butterfly chair -- Type of chair
Wikipedia - Butterfly doors -- Type of car door
Wikipedia - Butterfly knife -- Type of folding knife
Wikipedia - Buttermilk pie -- Type of desperation pie
Wikipedia - Butternut squash -- Cucurbita moschata; type of winter squash
Wikipedia - Butterscotch -- Type of confectionery
Wikipedia - Byblian royal inscriptions -- Five inscriptions from Byblos written in an early type of Phoenician script
Wikipedia - Byronic hero -- Type of antihero often characterized by isolation and contemplation
Wikipedia - Byzantine text-type -- The largest of the three major groups of New Testament Greek texts
Wikipedia - Caatinga -- Type of desert vegetation and an ecoregion in northeastern Brazil
Wikipedia - Cabbage-tree hat -- A hat type.
Wikipedia - Cable-stayed bridge -- Type of bridge
Wikipedia - Cafe au lait spot -- Type of birthmark caused by a collection of melanocytes
Wikipedia - Caffe d'orzo -- Type of hot drink originating in Italy
Wikipedia - Caffeinated drink -- Type of drink
Wikipedia - Caixa 2 -- Type of slush fund in Brazil
Wikipedia - Cake (firework) -- Type of firework
Wikipedia - Calabaza -- Type of squash
Wikipedia - Calcarenite -- A type of limestone that is composed predominantly of sand-size grains
Wikipedia - Calcium channel, voltage-dependent, L type, alpha 1C subunit
Wikipedia - Calculus of constructions -- Type theory created by Thierry Coquand
Wikipedia - Calibri -- Sans-serif typeface family designed by Luc(as) de Groot in 2002-2004
Wikipedia - Calico -- Type of textile
Wikipedia - California job case -- Case with compartments to store the movable type used in letterpress printing
Wikipedia - California Typewriter -- 2016 film by Doug Nichol
Wikipedia - Call girl -- Type of sex worker
Wikipedia - Calligram -- Poem, phrase, or word in which the typeface, calligraphy or handwriting is arranged in a way that creates a visual image
Wikipedia - Calm technology -- Type of information technology
Wikipedia - Cambria (typeface) -- Serif font family
Wikipedia - Campervan -- Type of vehicle
Wikipedia - Campione 2000 -- 2000 song by E-Type
Wikipedia - Campus radio -- Type of radio station run by students
Wikipedia - Canadian Fairmile B -- A type of boat built by Canadian boatbuilders during the Second World War.
Wikipedia - Canadian Light Rail Vehicle -- Type of Canadian streetcar
Wikipedia - Canadian pipe mine -- Type of WWII landmine
Wikipedia - Canadian whisky -- Type of whisky produced in Canada
Wikipedia - Cancer stem cell -- Possess characteristics associated with normal stem cells, specifically the ability to give rise to all cell types found in a particular cancer sample. C
Wikipedia - Candi bentar -- Type of gate in Indonesian architecture
Wikipedia - Candidiasis -- fungal infection due to any type of Candida
Wikipedia - Candlestick chart -- Type of financial chart
Wikipedia - Cannabinoid receptor type 1
Wikipedia - Cannel coal -- Type of bituminous coal or oil shale
Wikipedia - Canonical link element -- Type of hyperlink
Wikipedia - Cantarell (typeface)
Wikipedia - Canton (administrative division) -- A type of administrative division of a country
Wikipedia - Capacitated minimum spanning tree -- Spanning tree type
Wikipedia - Capacitor types
Wikipedia - Cape Flats Dune Strandveld -- Endangered vegetation type endemic to the coastal areas around Cape Town
Wikipedia - Cape Flats Sand Fynbos -- Vegetation type endemic to the City of Cape Town
Wikipedia - Cape Lowland Freshwater Wetland -- Vegetation type endemic to the Western Cape, South Africa
Wikipedia - Cape Winelands Shale Fynbos -- Vegetation type endemic to the Boland of the Western Cape, South Africa.
Wikipedia - Capillary -- Smallest type of blood vessel
Wikipedia - Capital punishment by the United States federal government -- Imposed for certain types of crimes
Wikipedia - Caponier -- Type ofM-BM- fortification structure
Wikipedia - Caproni Ca.131 -- 1930s Italian prototype aircraft
Wikipedia - Carabinier -- Type of light cavalry armed with a carbine
Wikipedia - Caravanserai -- Type of roadside inn
Wikipedia - Caravel -- Type of sailing ship
Wikipedia - Carbonated milk -- Type of drink
Wikipedia - Carbon-neutral fuel -- Type of fuel which have no net greenhouse gas emissions or carbon footprint
Wikipedia - Cariole -- Type of carriage used in the 19th century
Wikipedia - Carnassial -- Mammal tooth type
Wikipedia - Carpenter (theatre) -- Type of stagehand
Wikipedia - Carpet beater -- Type of household cleaning tool used to clean carpets and rugs
Wikipedia - Carrack -- Type of sailing ship in the 15th century
Wikipedia - Carrier battle group -- Type of naval fleet with an aircraft carrier
Wikipedia - Carte de visite -- Type of small photograph with the size of a visiting card
Wikipedia - Casemate ironclad -- American Civil War warship type
Wikipedia - Cash and carry (wholesale) -- Type of wholesale
Wikipedia - Cashmere wool -- Fiber obtained from cashmere goats and other types of goat
Wikipedia - Casino hotel -- Type of establishment
Wikipedia - Casino -- Facility which houses and accommodates certain types of gambling activities
Wikipedia - Cassare -- Type of marriage alliance
Wikipedia - Cassata -- Type of sponge cake
Wikipedia - Cassegrain antenna -- Type of parabolic antenna with a convex secondary reflector
Wikipedia - Casual sex -- Certain types of human sexual activity outside the context of a romantic relationship
Wikipedia - Cataphract -- Type of heavily-armored mounted cavalry
Wikipedia - Cat body-type mutation
Wikipedia - Catechin -- A type of natural phenol and antioxidant. A plant secondary metabolite
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Wikipedia - Caterpillar D5 -- Small track-type bulldozer
Wikipedia - Catgut -- Type of cord made from refined natural fibres of animal intestines
Wikipedia - Catherine wheel (firework) -- Type of firework
Wikipedia - Catholic Marian church buildings -- Type of religious building
Wikipedia - Cattle towns -- Type of frontier settlement in American history
Wikipedia - Cattle -- Most common type of large domesticated ungulate
Wikipedia - Caudillo -- Type of personalist leader wielding political power
Wikipedia - Caudron Type A -- Early French fixed-wing aircraft
Wikipedia - Caudron Type G -- 1914 single-engined French biplane
Wikipedia - Cavatappi -- Type of pasta
Wikipedia - Caveolae -- Type of lipid raft in endocytosis
Wikipedia - C data types
Wikipedia - Ceiling fan -- Type of fan appliance permanently mounted to the ceiling horizontally
Wikipedia - Celadon -- Term for ceramics with two different types of glazes
Wikipedia - Cellophane paradox -- A type of incorrect reasoning used in market regulation methods
Wikipedia - Cell potency -- Ability of a cell to differentiate into other cell types
Wikipedia - Cell suspension -- Type of cell culture
Wikipedia - Cellular textile -- A type of mordern textile
Wikipedia - Cemented carbide -- Type of composite material
Wikipedia - Centauro event -- Type of anomalous event observed in cosmic-ray detectors
Wikipedia - Centralized government -- Type of government in whichM-BM- powerM-BM- orM-BM- legal authorityM-BM- is exerted or coordinated by aM-BM- de factoM-BM- political executive to whichM-BM- federal states,M-BM- local authorities, and smaller units are considered subject
Wikipedia - Central university (India) -- Type of university in India
Wikipedia - Cephalohematoma -- Type of hemorrhage
Wikipedia - Cessna 620 -- Prototype pressurized 8 to 10 seat business airplane
Wikipedia - Cha chaan teng -- Type of Cantonese restaurant
Wikipedia - Chaconne -- Type of musical composition
Wikipedia - Chain-link fencing -- Type of woven metal fencing
Wikipedia - Chalet -- Type of building or house, native to the Alpine region
Wikipedia - Challenge-response authentication -- Type of authentication protocol
Wikipedia - Chamber of rhetoric -- Type of dramatic society in the Low Countries
Wikipedia - Chandas (typeface)
Wikipedia - Channel (geography) -- A type of landform in which part of a body of water is confined to a relatively narrow but long region
Wikipedia - Chaperon (headgear) -- Type of head cover
Wikipedia - Chaplet (headgear) -- Type of headdress
Wikipedia - Charm quark -- Type of quark
Wikipedia - Charnockite -- A type of granite containing orthopyroxene
Wikipedia - Chaser bin -- Type of trailer used in agricultural grain production
Wikipedia - Chauchat-Ribeyrolles 1918 submachine gun -- French prototype automatic weapon
Wikipedia - Chav -- Stereotype of anti-social youth dressed in sportswear
Wikipedia - Checked tone -- Syllable type in the phonology in Middle Chinese
Wikipedia - Cheddar cheese -- Type of relatively hard, off-white or orange English cheese
Wikipedia - Chelation -- Type of chemical bonding with metal ions
Wikipedia - Chemical hazard -- Type of hazard caused by exposure to chemicals
Wikipedia - Chernozem -- Soil type; very fertile, black-coloured soil containing a high percentage of humus
Wikipedia - Chestnut pudding -- Type of pudding
Wikipedia - Chevrolet Camaro -- Type of muscle car manufactured by Chevrolet
Wikipedia - Chewing tobacco -- Type of smokeless tobacco product
Wikipedia - Chhena -- Type of cheese curds originating in India
Wikipedia - Chiba New Town Railway 9000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Chicago Typewriter (TV series) -- 2017 South Korean TV series
Wikipedia - Chichibu Railway 1000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Chichibu Railway 3000 series -- Japanese 3-car electric multiple units train type
Wikipedia - Chichibu Railway 5000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Chichibu Railway 6000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Chicken as food -- Type of meat
Wikipedia - Chifforobe -- type of furniture
Wikipedia - Chikorita -- Pokemon species that is the Grass-type starter Pokemon of the Johto region
Wikipedia - Chik (urban-type settlement) -- Urban locality in Novosibirsk Oblast, Russia
Wikipedia - Child (archetype)
Wikipedia - Children's interest channel -- Type of television specialty channel
Wikipedia - China Railway CRH2 -- Chinese high-speed train type
Wikipedia - Chindon'ya -- Type of traditional musical street performer in Japan
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Changchun (150) -- Type 025C destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Changsha -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Chengdu -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Chongqing -- Type 051 destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Fuzhou (137) -- Type 956E destroyer of the People's Liberation Army Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Guangzhou (168) -- Type 052B destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Guiyang -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Hangzhou (136) -- Type 956E destroyer of the People's Liberation Army Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Hefei -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Hohhot -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Jinan (105) -- Type 051 destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Jinan (152) -- Type 025C destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Kunming -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
umqi -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Nanchang (101) -- Type 055 destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Nanchang (163) -- Type 051 destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Nanjing (131) -- Type 051 destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Nanjing (155) -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Ningbo (139) -- Type 956EM destroyer of the People's Liberation Army Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Qiqihar -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Shenyang (115) -- Type 051C destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Shenzhen (167) -- Type 051B destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Shijiazhuang (116) -- Type 051C destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Taiyuan -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Taizhou (138) -- Type 956EM destroyer of the People's Liberation Army Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Tangshan -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Wuhan (169) -- Type 052B destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Xiamen -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Xi'an (153) -- Type 025C destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Xining (108) -- Type 051 destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Xining (117) -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Yinchuan (107) -- Type 051 destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Yinchuan (175) -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Zhanjiang (1988) -- Type 051 destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Zhengzhou (151) -- Type 025C destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Zhuhai (1990) -- Type 051 destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese destroyer Zibo -- Type 025D destroyer of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Anyang (599) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Binzhou (515) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Changzhou (549) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Daqing (576) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Handan (579) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Huanggang (577) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Jingzhou (532) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Linyi (547) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Ma'anshan (525) -- Type 054 frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Nantong (601) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Rizhao (598) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Weifang (550) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Wenzhou (526) -- Type 054 frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Wuhu (539) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Xiangtan (531) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Xuzhou (530) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Yancheng (546) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Yangzhou (578) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Yantai (538) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Yiyang (548) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Zaozhuang (542) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese frigate Zhoushan (529) -- Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy
Wikipedia - Chinese spoon -- A type of spoon used in Chinese cuisine with a short, thick handle extending directly from a deep, flat bowl
Wikipedia - Chivalric romance -- Type of prose and verse narrative
Wikipedia - Chocolataire -- A type of social gathering in which all food and drink are composed of or contain some form of chocolate
Wikipedia - Chocolate truffle -- Type of chocolate confectionery
Wikipedia - Choc (typeface) -- 1955 typeface by Roger Excoffon
Wikipedia - Choli -- Type of blouse, worn with the sari
Wikipedia - Cholla Slab -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Choroidal fissure cyst -- Type of cyst
Wikipedia - Choshi Electric Railway 2000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Choshi Electric Railway 3000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Choux pastry -- Type of pastry dough
Wikipedia - Christianity in India -- Type of religion in India
Wikipedia - Christian symbolism -- Use of symbols, including archetypes, acts, artwork or events, by Christianity
Wikipedia - Christian Woman -- 1993 single by Type O Negative
Wikipedia - Christmas card -- A major type of greeting cards
Wikipedia - Chronotype
Wikipedia - Chuckles -- Type of candy
Wikipedia - Churrascaria -- Type of South Brazilian restaurant
Wikipedia - Chu X-P0 -- Chinese WWII fighter plane prototype
Wikipedia - Ciarduna -- Type of Italian pastry
Wikipedia - Cimarron Uruguayo -- Uruguayn breed of molosser type dog
Wikipedia - Cimora -- Type of hallucinogen
Wikipedia - Circassian cheese -- Type of cheese common in the North Caucasus
Wikipedia - Circle cotter -- Ring type of retaining component
Wikipedia - Circle route -- type of route in a public transport system
Wikipedia - Circlip -- Type of fastener or retaining ring
Wikipedia - Circuit court -- Type of court in many countries
Wikipedia - Circuit judge (England and Wales) -- Type of judge in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Circular measure -- Type of unit of measurement of area
Wikipedia - Circular RNA -- Type of RNA found in cells
Wikipedia - Circular trading -- Type of securities fraud
Wikipedia - Circumpolles -- type of pollen
Wikipedia - Cities designated by government ordinance of Japan -- Type of Japanese city
Wikipedia - City with special status -- Type of first-level administrative division of Ukraine
Wikipedia - Civilite -- A typeface invented in 1557 by the French engraver Robert Granjon
Wikipedia - Clabber (food) -- Type of fermented milk
Wikipedia - Clarinet -- type of woodwind instrument
Wikipedia - Clasico del Caribe -- Thoroughbred Black type stakes race in Latin America
Wikipedia - Class 1000 Shinkansen -- Class of 2 prototype Shinkansen trains
Wikipedia - Class 961 Shinkansen -- 6-car prototype Shinkansen train
Wikipedia - Class 962 Shinkansen -- Prototype shinkansen train
Wikipedia - Class-D amplifier -- Type of audio amplifier that is widely used
Wikipedia - Classical order -- Styles of classical architecture, most readily recognizable by the type of column employed
Wikipedia - Classification theorem -- Describes the objects of a given type, up to some equivalence
Wikipedia - Clava cairn -- Type of Bronze Age chamber tomb
Wikipedia - Claw crane -- Type of arcade game
Wikipedia - Clean process oven -- Type of industrial batch oven that is ideal for high-temperature applications
Wikipedia - Clear-channel station -- Type of AM radio station
Wikipedia - ClearType
Wikipedia - Clearwater river (river type) -- River classification based on chemistry, sediments and water colour
Wikipedia - Click fraud -- Type of fraud in online advertising
Wikipedia - Client-to-client protocol -- Type of communication between Internet Relay Chat (IRC) clients
Wikipedia - Climate of Pluto -- Types of climate on the dwarf planet Pluto
Wikipedia - Clipeus -- Type of shield used by Ancient Greek and Roman soldiers
Wikipedia - Clog dancing -- A type of folk dance from Wales and England danced in clogs
Wikipedia - Clome oven -- Type of masonry oven
Wikipedia - Closed system -- Does not allow certain types of transfers (such as transfer of matter) in or out of the system
Wikipedia - Close-in weapon system -- Type of point-defense weapon system
Wikipedia - Close stool -- Early type of portable toilet
Wikipedia - Cloud forest -- Type of rainforest
Wikipedia - Clover Site -- Archaeological type site
Wikipedia - Club Crackers -- Type of cracker
Wikipedia - Clubman (racing car class) -- Type of racing car
Wikipedia - Club sandwich -- Type of sandwich
Wikipedia - Cluny lace -- Type of bobbin lace
Wikipedia - CNAME record -- Type of resource record in the Domain Name System (DNS)
Wikipedia - Coastal warning display tower -- Type of signal station
Wikipedia - Coats Steam Car -- Prototype steam automobile of the early 1920s
Wikipedia - Coaxial cable -- Electrical cable type with concentric inner conductor, insulator, and conducting shield
Wikipedia - Cochin (typeface) -- Serif typeface
Wikipedia - Cockapoo -- Crossbreed dog type
Wikipedia - Coco bread -- Type of bread
Wikipedia - Code2000 -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Cog (ship) -- Type of cargo ship of the 12th-14th centuries
Wikipedia - Coin rolling scams -- Type of scam involving coin wrappers
Wikipedia - Colby cheese -- Type of semi-hard cheese originating from the US
Wikipedia - Cold cathode -- Type of electrode and part of cold cathode fluorescent lamp.
Wikipedia - Cold core ring -- A type of oceanic eddy, characterized as unstable, time-dependent swirling M-bM-^@M-^XcellsM-bM-^@M-^Y that separate from their respective ocean current and move into water bodies with different characteristics
Wikipedia - Cold dark matter -- Hypothetical type of dark matter in physics
Wikipedia - Cold fusion -- Hypothetical type of nuclear reaction
Wikipedia - Colichemarde -- Type of small sword
Wikipedia - Collagen, type IV, alpha 5 -- Protein-coding gene in the species Homo sapiens
Wikipedia - Collection (abstract data type)
Wikipedia - Collective noun -- Type of noun referring to collections as a unit
Wikipedia - Collider -- Type of particle accelerator
Wikipedia - Coloratura soprano -- Type of singing voice
Wikipedia - Colossal Typewriter -- Computer program
Wikipedia - Colour guard -- Type of military unit
Wikipedia - Colt Single Action Army -- Type of revolver
Wikipedia - Columbiad -- Type of large-caliber cannon from the 19th century
Wikipedia - Comb Ceramic -- Type of pottery subjected to geometric patterns from the comb-like tool
Wikipedia - Combination gun -- Type of firearm with at least one rifled barrel and one smoothbore barrel
Wikipedia - Combinatory literature -- Type of fiction writing
Wikipedia - Combined arms -- Using different types of combat units together.
Wikipedia - Combined authority -- Type of local government institution in England
Wikipedia - Comendite -- A hard, peralkaline igneous rock, a type of light blue grey rhyolite
Wikipedia - Comforter -- Type of bedcover, often not as thick as a duvet
Wikipedia - Comic Sans -- typeface
Wikipedia - Command-line interface -- Type of computer interface based on entering text commands and viewing text output
Wikipedia - Commemoration (Anglicanism) -- Type of religious observance in many Anglican churches
Wikipedia - Commercial playgrounds -- Type of playground
Wikipedia - Commode -- type of furniture (or toilet)
Wikipedia - Commodore 65 -- Prototype computer
Wikipedia - Common-law marriage -- Type of marriage with no formal ceremony
Wikipedia - Common recovery -- Type of legal proceeding in England
Wikipedia - Common Type System
Wikipedia - Common year starting on Friday -- Type of year C on a solar calendar according to its starting and ending days in the week
Wikipedia - Common year starting on Sunday -- Type of year A on a solar calendar according to its starting and ending days in the week
Wikipedia - Companion parrot -- Type of pet
Wikipedia - Compartmental models in epidemiology -- Type of mathematical model used for infectious diseases
Wikipedia - Compartment coach -- Railway carriage type
Wikipedia - Compass saw -- type of saw used for making curved cuts
Wikipedia - Complex data type
Wikipedia - Complex early seral forest -- Type of ecosystem present after a major disturbance
Wikipedia - Composite armour -- Type of vehicle armour
Wikipedia - Composite data type
Wikipedia - Compositor (typesetting)
Wikipedia - Composting toilet -- A type of toilet that treats human excreta by a biological process called composting
Wikipedia - Comprehensive school -- Type of school
Wikipedia - Computer Modern -- Family of typefaces
Wikipedia - Computers and Typesetting
Wikipedia - Computer speakers -- Type of speakers sold for use with computers
Wikipedia - Computer vision dazzle -- A type of camouflage used to hamper facial recognition software
Wikipedia - Concatemer -- Type of DNA molecule
Wikipedia - Concatenative programming language -- Type of programming language
Wikipedia - Concentrated animal feeding operation -- American type of intensive animal farming at large scale
Wikipedia - Concertina wire -- Type of barbed wire
Wikipedia - Concession road -- Type of road in pre-Confederation Canada
Wikipedia - Conch piercing -- Type of ear piercing
Wikipedia - Concussion -- Type of traumatic brain injury
Wikipedia - Condensation particle counter -- Type of particle counter
Wikipedia - Condenser (optics) -- type of optical lens
Wikipedia - Conditions races -- Type of horse race
Wikipedia - CONDOR secure cell phone -- Prototype secure CDMA phone by Qualcomm
Wikipedia - Conestoga wagon -- Type of heavy covered wagon
Wikipedia - Confessor of the Faith -- Title given by the Christian Church to a type of saint
Wikipedia - Congee -- Type of rice porridge or gruel
Wikipedia - Conglomerate merger -- Type of merger
Wikipedia - Congregate care -- Type of temporary childcare institution
Wikipedia - Congruence bias -- Type of cognitive bias, similar to confirmation bias
Wikipedia - Connective tissue -- Type of biological tissue
Wikipedia - Conscious uncoupling -- Type of divorce
Wikipedia - Console game -- Type of video game
Wikipedia - Consolidated Vultee XP-81 -- Prototype fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - Consolidated XB-41 Liberator -- American bomber escort prototype
Wikipedia - Constant folding -- Type of compiler optimization
Wikipedia - Const (computer programming) -- Type qualifier
Wikipedia - Constitutional monarchy -- Type of monarchy in which power is restricted by a constitution
Wikipedia - Construction and renovation fires -- Type of fire
Wikipedia - Consumer activism -- Type of activist behavior
Wikipedia - Contact image sensor -- Type of image sensor
Wikipedia - Contact shot -- Type of gunshot wound
Wikipedia - Contact type -- Symplectic manifold hypersurface
Wikipedia - Container (abstract data type) -- Software class, data structure, or abstract data type (ADT) whose instances are collections of other objects
Wikipedia - Container ship -- Type of cargo ship
Wikipedia - Contextual architecture -- Type of architecture
Wikipedia - Contiguous gene syndrome -- Combined clinical phenotype caused by each gene involved in a chromosomal abnormality
Wikipedia - Continental arc -- A type of volcanic arc occurring along a continental margin
Wikipedia - Continental Mediterranean Climate -- Type of climate
Wikipedia - Continental tie -- Type of bow tie
Wikipedia - Continuant -- Type of speech sound
Wikipedia - Contourite -- type of sedimentary deposit
Wikipedia - Contract research organization -- Type of healthcare company
Wikipedia - Contralto -- Type of classical female singing voice
Wikipedia - Controllable slope soaring -- type of slope soaring where a slope is made to follow a walkalong glider
Wikipedia - Convair Model 48 Charger -- Prototype light attack and observation aircraft built 1964
Wikipedia - Convair XB-46 -- American bomber prototype
Wikipedia - Convair XC-99 -- Prototype heavy cargo aircraft based on B-36 Peacemaker bomber
Wikipedia - Convolutional code -- type of error-correcting code using convolution
Wikipedia - Cooperative banking -- Type of retail or commercial bank organized cooperatively
Wikipedia - Cooperative board game -- Type of board game
Wikipedia - Cooperative database -- anti-spam database type
Wikipedia - Cooper Black -- Ultra-bold serif typeface
Wikipedia - COP .357 Derringer -- A 4-shot Derringer-type pistol
Wikipedia - Cornetto (ice cream) -- Type of ice cream
Wikipedia - Corn flakes -- Type of breakfast cereal
Wikipedia - CORONA (rocket) -- Prototype of a reusable SSTO.
Wikipedia - Coronet (typeface) -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Corrective lens -- Type of lens
Wikipedia - Corrugated galvanised iron -- Type of metal building material
Wikipedia - Corymb -- Term used in botany to describe a certain type of flower growth
Wikipedia - Cotillion -- Type of social dance
Wikipedia - Cottage cheese -- Type of cheese
Wikipedia - Cotton paper -- Type of paper
Wikipedia - Cotyperiboeum -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Coulee -- Type of valley or drainage zone
Wikipedia - Counterstereotype -- Reverse of a stereotype
Wikipedia - Counting problem (complexity) -- Type of computational problem
Wikipedia - Country rock (geology) -- Rock types native to a specific area, as opposed to intrusions or sediments originating from other areas
Wikipedia - County highway -- Type of highway
Wikipedia - Courier (typeface) -- Monospaced slab serif font of IBM
Wikipedia - Court cairn -- Type of chamber tomb found in western and northern Ireland, and southwest Scotland
Wikipedia - Cover band -- Type of band that plays cover songs; see also tribute band (Q1190668)
Wikipedia - Cover tree -- Type of data structure
Wikipedia - Crab Louie -- Type of salad
Wikipedia - Crane (rail) -- Type of crane used on a railroad
Wikipedia - Crassula perfoliata -- Type species of genus Crassula in Crassulaceae (stonecrop) family of flowering plants
Wikipedia - Cratypedes lateritius -- Species of grasshopper
Wikipedia - Cratypedes neglectus -- Species of grasshopper
Wikipedia - Cratypedes -- Genus of grasshoppers
Wikipedia - CRDA 60 t motor torpedo boat -- Italian type of motor torpedo boat
Wikipedia - Cream City brick -- Distinctive type of brick from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Wikipedia - Cresol -- Group of chemical compounds, types of methylphenol
Wikipedia - Crime in Russia -- Types of crime in Russia
Wikipedia - Criminal stereotype of African Americans -- Ethnic stereotype
Wikipedia - Crippen Point site -- Archaeological type site
Wikipedia - CRISPR activation -- type of CRISPR tool
Wikipedia - Croatian tamburica -- Type of folk song
Wikipedia - Crommesteven -- Type of small warship
Wikipedia - Crooner -- Type of singer
Wikipedia - Crop (implement) -- Short type of whip without a lash, used in horseback riding
Wikipedia - Crop insurance -- A type of insurance that protects against the loss of crops or crop related revenues
Wikipedia - Croscore fonts -- Open-source typeface family
Wikipedia - Crossatron -- Type of gas-filled tube used as a pulsed modulator device
Wikipedia - Crossbow -- Type of pre-gunpowder ranged weapon
Wikipedia - Crossguard -- Type of sword guard made of two quillons
Wikipedia - Crossing-based interface -- Type of graphical user interface
Wikipedia - Crosskart -- Type of kart racing
Wikipedia - Crossover music -- musical works that appeal to different types of audiences
Wikipedia - Cross-sectional data -- A type of data collected by observing many subjects at the same point of time, or without regard to differences in time
Wikipedia - Crowbar (circuit) -- Type of electrical circuit
Wikipedia - Crowdie -- Type of cheese
Wikipedia - Crown glass (window) -- Early type of window glass
Wikipedia - Cruiseferry -- Type of cruise ship
Wikipedia - Cruiser -- Type of large warships
Wikipedia - Cryoimmunotherapy -- Treatment for various types of cancer
Wikipedia - Cryovolcano -- A type of volcano that erupts volatiles such as water, ammonia or methane, instead of molten rock
Wikipedia - CSD Class T 499.0 -- Czech prototype diesel locomotive class
Wikipedia - C-type asteroid -- Asteroid spectral type; most common variety, forming around 75% of known asteroids
Wikipedia - Cuban pastry -- Cuban baked puff pastry-type pastries
Wikipedia - Cube mold technology -- A type of plastics manufacturing process
Wikipedia - Cucumber soda -- Type of soft drink
Wikipedia - Cuirassier -- Type of heavy cavalry that wore a cuirass
Wikipedia - Culinary diplomacy -- Type of cultural diplomacy
Wikipedia - Cultural racism -- Type of racism that discriminates people of being culturally different ethnicity or race
Wikipedia - Cunningham (sailing) -- Type of downhaul
Wikipedia - Current sense amplifier -- Type of amplifier
Wikipedia - Curtal sonnet -- Type of sonnet
Wikipedia - Curtido -- A type of lightly fermented cabbage relish from Central America
Wikipedia - Curtiss-Wright XF-87 Blackhawk -- Prototype all-weather interceptor
Wikipedia - Curtiss-Wright XP-55 Ascender -- 1943 prototype fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - Curtiss XA-14 -- American attack aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - Curtiss XP-10 -- Prototype biplane fighter
Wikipedia - Curtiss XP-31 Swift -- American fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Curtiss XP-46 -- 1941 prototype fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - Curtiss XP-62 -- Prototype fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - Curtiss YA-10 Shrike -- American attack aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - Curtiss YP-20 -- Prototype biplane fighter
Wikipedia - Cur -- Dog type
Wikipedia - Custard cream -- Type of biscuit popular in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland
Wikipedia - Customs union -- Type of trade bloc with a free trade area and common external tariff
Wikipedia - Cut-resistant gloves -- Type of personal protective equipment
Wikipedia - C variable types and declarations
Wikipedia - Cyanotype -- Photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print
Wikipedia - Cyberbullying -- Type of bullying occurs within electronic communication networking, the Internet and computer technology
Wikipedia - Cyberwarfare by Russia -- Various types of cyberwarfare used by Russia against many nations.
Wikipedia - Cyclic code -- type of block code
Wikipedia - Cyclic permutation -- Type of (mathematical) permutation with no fixed element
Wikipedia - Cyclic redundancy check -- Type of hash function used to detect errors in data storage or transmission
Wikipedia - Cyclopean masonry -- Type of stonework
Wikipedia - Cysteinyl-leukotriene type 1 receptor antagonists -- Class of drugs that hinder the action of leukotriene
Wikipedia - D1-type
Wikipedia - Dad joke -- Type of short joke
Wikipedia - Daguerreotype -- First commercially successful photographic process
Wikipedia - Daguerrotype (film) -- 2016 film
Wikipedia - Daigigakoi Shell Mound -- Archaeological type site
Wikipedia - Dakimakura -- Type of large pillow from Japan, sometimes with printed images
Wikipedia - Damb -- Type of archaeological mound
Wikipedia - Damp proofing -- Type of moisture control in building construction
Wikipedia - Dangling modifier -- Type of misplaced grammatical phrase
Wikipedia - Dante (typeface) -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Dar al-Muwaqqit -- Type of structure attached to a mosque
Wikipedia - Dark nebula -- Type of interstellar cloud so dense that it obscures the visible wavelengths of light from objects behind it
Wikipedia - Dark radiation -- A postulated type of radiation that mediates interactions of dark matter
Wikipedia - Dark ride -- Type of amusement ride
Wikipedia - Dasa sil mata -- Type of Buddhist renunciant in Sri Lanka
Wikipedia - Dassault Etendard II -- French fighter-bomber jet prototype of the 1950s
Wikipedia - Data economy -- Type of economy
Wikipedia - Data type
Wikipedia - Datatype
Wikipedia - Dayan (witch) -- Type of witch in Indian culture
Wikipedia - Day school -- Type of school
Wikipedia - Daytona Prototype -- Prototype racing car
Wikipedia - Dayton-Wright XO-3 -- American observation aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - DBAG Class 483 -- German S-Bahn train type
Wikipedia - DB Class 420 -- German S-Bahn train type
Wikipedia - DDR SDRAM -- Type of computer memory
Wikipedia - Death regulator Nedd2-like caspase -- A type of cysteine protease
Wikipedia - Decentralized application -- Type of computer application
Wikipedia - Decimal data type
Wikipedia - Dedicated console -- Type of video game console
Wikipedia - Deed -- Type of legal instrument in Common law
Wikipedia - Deelgemeente -- Type of administrative division in Belgium and the Netherlands
Wikipedia - Deep-fried avocado -- A dish type.
Wikipedia - Deep packet inspection -- Type of data processing
Wikipedia - Defensive communication -- Type of communication between people
Wikipedia - Dekatron -- Early and obsolete type of computer memory
Wikipedia - Delay line memory -- Early type of computer memory
Wikipedia - Delegative democracy -- Type of government model
Wikipedia - Delftware -- Type of glazed pottery, originating from the Netherlands
Wikipedia - Deliverance ministry -- Type of prayer used by some Christian groups
Wikipedia - Delta bond -- Type of Chemical Bond
Wikipedia - Deltasaurus pustulatus -- Type of amphibian
Wikipedia - Dementia with Lewy bodies -- Type of dementia associated with abnormal clumps of alpha-synuclein protein in neurons
Wikipedia - Demesne -- Type of property
Wikipedia - Demographics of sexual orientation -- Prevalence of different types of sexual orientation
Wikipedia - Denel 35mm Dual Purpose Gun -- Type of naval close-in weapon system
Wikipedia - Department of public safety -- Type of state or local government umbrella agency in the United States
Wikipedia - Dependently typed
Wikipedia - Dependent types
Wikipedia - Dependent type -- Data type whose definition depends on a value
Wikipedia - Depositional environment -- The combination of physical, chemical and biological processes associated with the deposition of a particular type of sediment
Wikipedia - Desert climate -- Arid climate subtype in the Koppen climate classification system
Wikipedia - Deserts and xeric shrublands -- Habitat type defined by the World Wide Fund for Nature
Wikipedia - Design museum -- Type of museum
Wikipedia - Desk -- Type of table often used in a school or office setting
Wikipedia - Despot (vehicle) -- Type of armoured personnel carrier
Wikipedia - Destrier -- Type of war horse
Wikipedia - Destroyer -- Type of warship
Wikipedia - Detroit techno -- type of techno music
Wikipedia - Developer Transition Kit -- Prototype ARM-based Mac computer
Wikipedia - Developmental signaling center -- Type of group of cells
Wikipedia - DFS 194 -- German rocket-powered aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - DFS 228 -- German reconnaissance aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - DFS Model 6 -- German target glider prototype
Wikipedia - Dhaddi jatha -- A type of musical composition
Wikipedia - Dharamshala (type of building) -- Type of sanctuary, communal or religious resthouse
Wikipedia - Diagonal form -- Type of homogenous polynomial
Wikipedia - Diamond lane -- Type of lane on a street or highway
Wikipedia - Diapir -- A type of geologic intrusion in which a more mobile and ductily deformable material is forced into brittle overlying rocks
Wikipedia - Dicranocephalus -- Genus of insects (type of true bugs)
Wikipedia - Dictation machine -- Sound recording device most commonly used to record speech for later playback or to be typed into print
Wikipedia - Didone (typography) -- Classification of serif typefaces
Wikipedia - Die-cast toy -- Type of toy
Wikipedia - Diener -- Type of morgue worker
Wikipedia - Diesel engine -- Type of internal combustion engine
Wikipedia - Diet (assembly) -- Type of deliberative assembly
Wikipedia - Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma -- Type of lymphoma
Wikipedia - Diglyceride -- Type of fat derived from glycerol and two fatty acids
Wikipedia - Diktyoma -- Type of eye tumor
Wikipedia - Dime novel -- Type of cheap popular fiction in the U.S.
Wikipedia - Dinghy -- Type of small boat
Wikipedia - Direct grant grammar school -- Former type of English secondary school
Wikipedia - Direction, position, or indication sign -- Type of road sign
Wikipedia - Dirt track racing in the United States -- Type of motorsport in the US
Wikipedia - Dirty bomb -- A type of radiological weapon
Wikipedia - Disc barrow -- Type of barrow
Wikipedia - Discontinuous electrophoresis -- Type of laboratory technique
Wikipedia - Discrete phase-type distribution
Wikipedia - Dissolvable tobacco -- Type of smokeless tobacco product
Wikipedia - Distressed personality type
Wikipedia - Distributed-element filter -- Type of electronic filter circuit
Wikipedia - District-level town (Vietnam) -- Type of second-tier subdivision of Vietnam
Wikipedia - District (Vietnam) -- Type of second-tier subdivision of Vietnam
Wikipedia - Divan (Mughal architecture) -- Two types of palatial buildings in Indian courts
Wikipedia - Diversity index -- Quantitative measure that reflects how many different types are in a dataset
Wikipedia - Diverterless supersonic inlet -- Type of jet engine air intake
Wikipedia - Diving platform -- A type of structure used for competitive acrobatic diving
Wikipedia - DLR HY4 -- Hydrogen-powered aircraft type HY4
Wikipedia - Dobsonian telescope -- Type of Newtonian telescope popularized by John Dobson
Wikipedia - Document Schema Definition Languages -- Framework within which multiple validation tasks of different types can be applied to an XML document
Wikipedia - Document type definition -- Set of markup declarations that define a document type for an SGML-family markup language
Wikipedia - Dog crossbreed -- Dog type
Wikipedia - DogM-EM-+ -- Type of figurine from prehistoric Japan
Wikipedia - Dolmen -- Type of single-chamber megalithic tomb
Wikipedia - Doloire -- Type of axe
Wikipedia - Doman LZ-5 -- Utility helicopter prototype
Wikipedia - Dome S102 -- Japanese sports car prototype
Wikipedia - Dome -- An architectural element similar to the hollow upper half of a sphere; there are many types
Wikipedia - Dominance hierarchy -- Type of social hierarchy
Wikipedia - Dominance signal -- Type of animal communication
Wikipedia - Dominion Skytrader -- Utility aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - Dopamine receptor D3 -- Subtype of the dopamine receptor protein
Wikipedia - Do-rag -- Type of men's headscarf to maintain hair positioning
Wikipedia - Dornier Do 19 -- Prototype bomber
Wikipedia - Dorset button -- A type of button.
Wikipedia - Dortmunder Export -- Type of pale lager beer brewed since 1873
Wikipedia - Dory (spear) -- Type of weapon used by hoplites in Ancient Greece
Wikipedia - Dory -- Type of boat
Wikipedia - Dot-matrix display -- Type of display device
Wikipedia - Double acting ship -- A type of icebreaking ship designed to break heavy ice while going astern
Wikipedia - Double-barreled question -- Type of informal fallacy
Wikipedia - Double overhand knot -- Type of stopper knot
Wikipedia - Double reed -- Type of reed used to produce sound in various wind instruments
Wikipedia - Double-stranded RNA viruses -- Type of virus according to Baltimore classification
Wikipedia - Douglas Cloudster II -- American prototype five-seat light aircraft, built 1947
Wikipedia - Douglas Crawford McMurtrie -- American typeface designer
Wikipedia - Douglas XA-2 -- American attack aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - Douglas XB-19 -- American bomber prototype
Wikipedia - Douglas XB-43 Jetmaster -- American bomber prototype
Wikipedia - Douglas YOA-5 -- American seaplane bomber prototype
Wikipedia - Doulos SIL -- Open-source serif typeface very similar to Times New Roman
Wikipedia - Dove prism -- Type of reflective prism
Wikipedia - Downhill bike -- Type of mountain bike
Wikipedia - Down quark -- Type of quark
Wikipedia - Doxing -- Type of document tracing closely related to Internet vigilantism and hacktivism
Wikipedia - Draft:FV-E991 series -- Future fuel cell electric multiple unit train type operated in Japan
Wikipedia - Draft:Hanshin 5131 -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Draft:HC85 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Draft:JNR 70 Series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Draft:Shaken (Type foundry) -- Advertising and public relations company
Wikipedia - Draft:Svanetian salt -- Type of salt
Wikipedia - Drag racing -- Type of motor racing
Wikipedia - Drama -- Artwork intended for performance, formal type of literature
Wikipedia - Drawbridge -- Type of moveable bridge
Wikipedia - Dreadnought -- Type of battleship with a primary battery of large, uniform-caliber guns, to distinguish them from earlier mixed caliber battleships.
Wikipedia - Dreikanter -- A type of ventifact that typically forms in desert or periglacial environments due to the abrasive action of blowing sand
Wikipedia - Dressing gown -- Type of clothing, loose-fitting outer garment
Wikipedia - Drifter (fishing boat) -- Type of fishing boat
Wikipedia - Drift (linguistics) -- Type of language change
Wikipedia - Drift trike -- Type of tricycle
Wikipedia - Drive-by shooting -- Type of assault that typically involves the enemy firing a weapon from within a motor vehicle and then fleeing
Wikipedia - Dromon -- Type of warship of the Byzantine navy
Wikipedia - Drug of last resort -- Type of a drug
Wikipedia - Drum and bass -- type of electronic music
Wikipedia - Druzhinino -- Urban-type settlement in Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia
Wikipedia - D-type asteroid -- Type of asteroid spectral group
Wikipedia - Dual in-line package -- Type of electronic component package
Wikipedia - Duchenne muscular dystrophy -- Type of muscular dystrophy
Wikipedia - Ducol -- Type of high-strength, low-alloy steel
Wikipedia - Duffy Site -- Archaeological type site
Wikipedia - Dullahan -- Type of mythogical creature in Irish mythology
Wikipedia - Dumb pipe -- Type of data network
Wikipedia - Dunlop cheese -- A type of mild Scottish cheese
Wikipedia - Dun -- Type of ancient or medieval fort in Britain and Ireland
Wikipedia - Duopoly -- Type of oligopoly
Wikipedia - Dust devil -- Type of whirlwind
Wikipedia - Dutch angle -- Type of camera shot
Wikipedia - Dutch auction -- Type of auction which begins with a high asking price, and lowers it.
Wikipedia - Dwarf forest -- A type of forest ecosystem
Wikipedia - Dymaxion house -- Prototype house designed by Buckminster Fuller
Wikipedia - Dynamically typed language
Wikipedia - Dynamically typed
Wikipedia - Dynamic mutation -- Unstable mutation in which phenotype severity is linked to copy number
Wikipedia - Dynamic random-access memory -- Type of computer memory
Wikipedia - Dynamic type
Wikipedia - E001 series -- Japanese hybrid diesel/electric luxury cruise train type
Wikipedia - E127 series -- Japanese DC electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - E129 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E131 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E1 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
Wikipedia - E217 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E231 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E233 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E235 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E257 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E259 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E261 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E331 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E351 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E353 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - E3 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
Wikipedia - E4 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
Wikipedia - E501 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E531 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - E5 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
Wikipedia - E653 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - E655 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E657 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E6 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
Wikipedia - E721 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E751 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - E7 and W7 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high-speed train type
Wikipedia - E8 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
Wikipedia - E993 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - EA201 series -- Indonesian train type
Wikipedia - EA203 series -- Indonesian train type
Wikipedia - Each-way -- Type of wager offered by bookmakers
Wikipedia - East Asian gothic typeface
Wikipedia - East Asian hip-and-gable roof -- Type of roof in East Asian architecture
Wikipedia - East Coast Swing -- Type of dance
Wikipedia - East Lancs E Type -- Double deck bus bodywork
Wikipedia - East Lancs Kinetec -- A type of low-floor bus body for MAN chassis
Wikipedia - East Lancs Myllennium Lolyne -- Type of twin-axle low-floor double-decker bus body built on the Dennis Trident 2 chassis by East Lancashire Coachbuilders
Wikipedia - East Lancs Myllennium Vyking -- A type of double-decker bus body built on the Volvo B7TL chassis by East Lancashire Coachbuilders
Wikipedia - East Lancs Myllennium -- A type of single-decker bus body manufactured by East Lancashire Coachbuilders on DAF SB220, Dennis Dart SLF, MAN 14.220 and Scania OmniTown chassis.
Wikipedia - East Lancs Pyoneer -- A type of double-decker bus body built on the Volvo Olympian, Dennis Arrow and Volvo B10M by East Lancashire Coachbuilders
Wikipedia - East Lancs Vyking -- A type of double-decker bus body built by East Lancashire Coachbuilders
Wikipedia - Eau de Cologne -- Type of perfume
Wikipedia - EB-5 visa -- Type of immigration visa in the United States
Wikipedia - Ebony -- Type of black wood
Wikipedia - Ecclesiastical ring -- Type of finger ring
Wikipedia - Echelle grating -- Type of diffraction grating used in spectrometers
Wikipedia - Echinococcosis -- Parasitic disease of tapeworms of the Echinococcus type
Wikipedia - Echizen Railway 7000 series -- Japanese DC electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - Echizen ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - E-commerce -- Type of business industry usually conducted over the internet
Wikipedia - Ecu -- Type of French coin
Wikipedia - Edimmu -- Type of demon in Sumerian religion
Wikipedia - Educational accreditation -- Type of quality assurance process under which services and operations of educational institutions or programs are evaluated and verified by an external body
Wikipedia - Effective field theory -- Type of approximation to an underlying physical theory
Wikipedia - Effects of nuclear explosions -- Type and severity of damage caused by nuclear weapons
Wikipedia - Effetre glass -- type of medium-soft glass
Wikipedia - Effusive eruption -- Type of volcanic eruption in which lava steadily flows
Wikipedia - EFTPOS -- Type of electronic payment system
Wikipedia - Egg tart -- Type of custard tart
Wikipedia - Egocentric vision -- Type of computer vision
Wikipedia - Egret -- Type of bird
Wikipedia - Egyptienne (typeface) -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Eharo mask -- Type of dance mask used by the Elema people of the eastern Gulf of Papua
Wikipedia - EIAJ connector -- Type of coaxial power connector
Wikipedia - Eidophor -- Type of television projector
Wikipedia - Eight-vertex model -- Generalization of the ice-type (six-vertex) models
Wikipedia - Eisteddfod -- Type of Welsh festival of literature, music and performance
Wikipedia - Elbow bump -- type of informal greeting
Wikipedia - Electrical synapse -- Type of connection between neurons
Wikipedia - Electric instrument -- Type of musical instrument
Wikipedia - Electrochemical RAM -- Novel type of computer memory
Wikipedia - Electromagnet -- Type of magnet in which the magnetic field is produced by the flow of electric current
Wikipedia - Electronic toilet -- A type of public toilet that is used in India
Wikipedia - Electron microscope -- Type of microscope with electrons as a source of illumination
Wikipedia - Electrotype
Wikipedia - Electroweak star -- A theoretical type of exotic star.
Wikipedia - Elimination Chamber -- Professional wrestling match type
Wikipedia - Elizabeth Colwell -- American printmaker and type designer
Wikipedia - Ellagitannin -- Diverse class of hydrolyzable tannins, a type of polyphenol
Wikipedia - Ellington (typeface) -- Display typeface
Wikipedia - Embraer/FMA CBA 123 Vector -- Regional airliner prototype
Wikipedia - Embroidery thread -- Any of several types of thread designed for use in embroidery and related crafts
Wikipedia - Emmer -- Type of wheat
Wikipedia - Emotional affair -- Certain type of relationship
Wikipedia - Emperor -- Type of monarch
Wikipedia - Empire ship -- Type of British merchant ship
Wikipedia - Enamel lamellae -- Type of structure in teeth
Wikipedia - Encyclopedia -- Type of reference work
Wikipedia - Endophenotype
Wikipedia - Endostyle -- Organ in some types of chordates
Wikipedia - Energy drink -- Type of beverage containing stimulant drugs such as caffeine and marketed as providing mental and physical stimulation
Wikipedia - Enginator -- Engine type
Wikipedia - Engineering drawing -- A type of technical drawing used to define requirements for engineered items
Wikipedia - English afternoon tea -- Type of tea
Wikipedia - English auction -- Type of dynamic auction
Wikipedia - English breakfast tea -- Type of tea
Wikipedia - Enhanced geothermal system -- Type of electricity generation system
Wikipedia - Enneagram of Personality -- Human psyche model of nine personality types
Wikipedia - Enstatite chondrite -- Rare type of meteorite
Wikipedia - Entente (type of alliance) -- Type of treaty or military alliance
Wikipedia - Enteroctopus megalocyathus -- Medium-sized octopus, and the type species for the genus Enteroctopus
Wikipedia - Enterprise information system -- Type of information system
Wikipedia - Enthymeme -- Type of rhetorical deductive argument
Wikipedia - Entity-attribute-value model -- Type of data model
Wikipedia - Entity List -- List published by the Bureau of Industry and Security of businesses, research institutions, government and private organizations, individuals, and other types of legal persons subject to specific license requirements for the export, reexport and/or transfer of specified items
Wikipedia - Entypesidae -- Family of spiders
Wikipedia - Enumerated type -- named set of data type values
Wikipedia - Environmental art -- Artistic practices encompassing both historical approaches to nature in art and more recent ecological and politically motivated types of works
Wikipedia - Environmental resource management -- Type of resource management
Wikipedia - Environment-wide association study -- Type of epidemiological study examining the association between environmental factors and complex diseases
Wikipedia - EPDM rubber -- A type of synthetic rubber
Wikipedia - Epiblast-derived stem cell -- Type of stem cell
Wikipedia - Epic LT -- Turboprop homebuilt aircraft type
Wikipedia - Epitrachelion -- A type of long loose garment
Wikipedia - EPROM -- Early type of solid state computer memory
Wikipedia - Epsilon numbers (mathematics) -- Type of transfinite numbers
Wikipedia - Equimolar counterdiffusion -- Type of physical process
Wikipedia - Equol -- Isoflavandiol estrogen metabolized from daidzein, a type of isoflavone found in soybeans and other plant sources, by bacterial flora in the intestines
Wikipedia - Erdstall -- A type of tunnel found across Europe
Wikipedia - Eric Gill -- English sculptor, typeface designer, and printmaker
Wikipedia - Eroge -- Type of Japanese video game featuring erotica
Wikipedia - Erotomania -- Subtype of a delusional disorder
Wikipedia - Esopus Spitzenburg -- Type of apple
Wikipedia - Esperantido -- Type of constructed language, based on Esperanto
Wikipedia - Essex girl -- Stereotype
Wikipedia - Essex man -- British political stereotype
Wikipedia - Esterhazy torte -- Type of layer cake
Wikipedia - Etaoin shrdlu -- A common metal-type printing error
Wikipedia - EtherType -- field in Ethernet frames indicating which protocol is encapsulated in the payload
Wikipedia - Ethical socialism -- type of socialism emphasizing ethics
Wikipedia - Ethnic and national stereotypes
Wikipedia - Ethnic bioweapon -- A type of theoretical bioweapon that aims to harm only or primarily people of specific ethnicities or genotypes
Wikipedia - Ethnic stereotype
Wikipedia - Ethnic violence in Afghanistan -- Type of violence
Wikipedia - Eucalypt -- Type of plant
Wikipedia - European political party -- Type of political party operating on a pan-European level
Wikipedia - European windstorm -- Strongest type of extratropical cyclone that occurs over Europe
Wikipedia - Eurostile -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Eurychlamys -- Type of land snail
Wikipedia - Evaporation -- Type of vaporization of a liquid that occurs from its surface; surface phenomenon
Wikipedia - EV-E801 series -- Japanese battery electric multiple train type
Wikipedia - Evil maid attack -- Type of computer security breach
Wikipedia - Evil twin -- Archetype
Wikipedia - EVTOL -- Type of aircraft
Wikipedia - Excavator -- Type of construction equipment
Wikipedia - Excimer laser -- A type of ultraviolet laser important in chip manufacturing and eye surgery
Wikipedia - Exercise ball -- Type of ball
Wikipedia - Exercise book -- Type of notebook designed for writing schoolwork and study notes
Wikipedia - Exhibition (scholarship) -- Type of scholarship award or bursary
Wikipedia - Existential types
Wikipedia - Exit scam -- Type of confidence trick
Wikipedia - Expandable water toy -- Type of toy made from superabsorbent polymers
Wikipedia - Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle -- Type of amphibious assault vehicle
Wikipedia - Expensive Typewriter -- Computer program
Wikipedia - Expert network -- Type of business
Wikipedia - Explosive eruption -- Type of volcanic eruption in which lava is violently expelled
Wikipedia - Exponential type -- type of complex function with growth bounded by an exponential function
Wikipedia - Extracranial germ cell tumor -- Type of tumor
Wikipedia - Extratropical cyclone -- Type of cyclone
Wikipedia - Extreme learning machine -- Type of artificial neural network
Wikipedia - Eyeball planet -- Hypothetical type of tidally locked planet with spatial features resembling an eyeball
Wikipedia - Eyepiece -- Type of lens attached to a variety of optical devices such as telescopes and microscopes
Wikipedia - Faceted glass -- Type of drinkware made from especially hard and thick glass
Wikipedia - Fairchild (mango) -- Type of fruit
Wikipedia - Fajr-3 -- Type of multiple-launch rocket launcher
Wikipedia - Fajr-4 -- Type of air-to-surface rocket
Wikipedia - Fajr-5 -- Type of rocket artillery
Wikipedia - Falcon 9 prototypes -- Test vehicles developed by SpaceX
Wikipedia - False consensus effect -- Attributional type of cognitive bias
Wikipedia - False positives and false negatives -- Types of error in data reporting
Wikipedia - False truffle -- Type of fungus with underground fruiting bodies resembling truffles
Wikipedia - Fantasy couture -- Type of haute couture fashion
Wikipedia - Farm-to-market road -- Type of state road in Texas, U.S.
Wikipedia - FASCINATOR -- Type 1 encryption module series
Wikipedia - Fast casual restaurant -- Type of restaurant
Wikipedia - Fast food restaurant -- Type of restaurant
Wikipedia - Fast-neutron reactor -- Type of nuclear reactor
Wikipedia - Fat Man -- Codename for the type of atomic bomb that was detonated over the Japanese city of Nagasaki on 9 August 1945
Wikipedia - Fat men's club -- Type of social club
Wikipedia - Fauchard -- Type of pole weapon
Wikipedia - Faux de Verzy -- Type of dwarf tree
Wikipedia - FBA Type A -- French WW1 reconnaissance aircraft
Wikipedia - F B swamp vehicle -- Type of vehicle
Wikipedia - Fear of missing out -- Type of social anxiety
Wikipedia - Feast or Fired -- Professional wrestling match type
Wikipedia - Federal Resume (United States) -- Type of resume constructed specifically to apply for United States federal government jobs
Wikipedia - Feder (fencing) -- Type of fencing sword
Wikipedia - Fe FET -- Novel computer memory type
Wikipedia - Feldenkrais Method -- Type of alternative exercise therapy with no evidence of efectivity created by Moshe Feldenkrais
Wikipedia - Feller buncher -- Type of harvester used in logging
Wikipedia - Felucca -- Type of boat
Wikipedia - Feminist stripper -- Type of professional exotic dancer
Wikipedia - Fencibles (American) -- Type of military unit
Wikipedia - Fencing -- Type of armed combat sport
Wikipedia - Fen -- Type of non-acidic fresh-water wetland
Wikipedia - Feral pig -- Any type of feral domesticated pig, wild boar, or hybrid found world wide
Wikipedia - Ferrari 408 4RM -- Mid-engine, four-wheel drive prototype car developed by Ferrari
Wikipedia - Ferrari FXX-K -- Development prototype manufactured by Italian automobile manufacturer Ferrari based on LaFerrari flagship sports car
Wikipedia - Ferrari FXX -- Development prototype based on the Enzo Ferrari
Wikipedia - Ferritin -- A protein complex that binds iron and acts as a major iron storage system. Intracellular and extracellular ferritin complexes have different ratios of two types of ferritin monomer, the L (light) chain and H (heavy) chain.
Wikipedia - Ferroelectric RAM -- Novel type of computer memory
Wikipedia - Feteer meshaltet -- Type of Egyptian pastry
Wikipedia - Fetish magazine -- Type of magazines that deals with fetishism
Wikipedia - Fetish priest -- Type of religious person in West Africa
Wikipedia - Fettuccine -- Type of pasta
Wikipedia - Fiberglass -- Type of plastic reinforced by glass fiber
Wikipedia - Field emission gun -- Type of electron gun - one of the parts of an electron microscope
Wikipedia - Figure-eight knot -- Type of stopper knot used in sailing and climbing
Wikipedia - Filename extension -- Filename suffix that indicates the file's type
Wikipedia - File type
Wikipedia - Final Fantasy Type-0 -- 2011 video game
Wikipedia - Final type
Wikipedia - Financial risk -- Any of various types of risk associated with financing
Wikipedia - Finger spin -- Type of spin bowling in cricket
Wikipedia - Finite impulse response -- type of filter in signal processing
Wikipedia - Fira (typeface)
Wikipedia - Fire escape -- Type of emergency exit for tall buildings
Wikipedia - Firefighter -- Type of rescuer trained primarily to extinguish hazardous fires that threaten life, property, and the environment as well as to rescue people and animals from dangerous situations
Wikipedia - Fire flapper (tool) -- Type of fire extinguisher
Wikipedia - First information report -- Type of police document in South Asian and Southeast Asian countries
Wikipedia - First-sale doctrine -- Type of doctrine
Wikipedia - Fisher Farm Site -- Archaeological type site in Pennsylvania, United States of America
Wikipedia - Fish tug -- Type of fishing boat
Wikipedia - Fixed allele -- Type of allele
Wikipedia - FJG RAM -- Novel type of computer memory
Wikipedia - Flame ionization detector -- Type of gas detector used in gas chromatography
Wikipedia - Flank eruption -- Type of volcanic eruption
Wikipedia - Flaperon -- Type of aircraft control surface hat combines the functions of both flaps and ailerons
Wikipedia - Flare star -- Type of variable star that can undergo unpredictable dramatic increases in brightness for a few minutes
Wikipedia - Flash welding -- Type of resistance welding that does not use any filler metals
Wikipedia - Flatbread -- Type of bread
Wikipedia - Flat network -- Type of computer network design
Wikipedia - Flea market -- A type of street market or bazaar that provides space for people who want to sell or barter previously-owned merchandise
Wikipedia - Flexible manufacturing system -- Type of manufacturing system
Wikipedia - Flexure bearing -- Type of mechanical bearing
Wikipedia - Floating hinge -- Type of hinge that allows rotation and some linear movement
Wikipedia - Floppy disk variants -- Types of floppy disk formats
Wikipedia - Floreal-class frigate -- 1990s type of French warships
Wikipedia - Flores Back Arc Thrust Fault -- Type of fault system
Wikipedia - Flow battery -- A type of electrochemical cell where chemical energy is provided by two chemical components dissolved in liquids
Wikipedia - Flubber (material) -- Type of gelatin
Wikipedia - Fluyt -- Dutch type of sailing vessel
Wikipedia - Flying saucer -- Type of supposed alien spacecraft, or UFO
Wikipedia - Flysch -- Type of sedimentary rock sequence
Wikipedia - Flyssa -- Type of traditional long knife or sword of the Kabyles
Wikipedia - Fly-whisk -- Type of hand fan, often ceremonial, notably made of feathers or animal tail hairs
Wikipedia - FN Five-seven -- Type of semi-automatic pistol
Wikipedia - Focke-Wulf Fw 191 -- Prototype bomber
Wikipedia - Focke-Wulf Fw 57 -- German fighter-bomber prototypes
Wikipedia - Foehn wind -- Type of dry down-slope wind occurring near mountains
Wikipedia - Fog desert -- Type of desert
Wikipedia - Fogera cattle -- Type of cattle
Wikipedia - Foiba -- A type of deep natural sinkhole
Wikipedia - Fokker XA-7 -- American attack aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - Fokker XB-8 -- Dutch bomber prototype for the United States Army Air Corps
Wikipedia - Folk hero -- Type of hero
Wikipedia - Follower neuron -- Type of nerve cell in the brain
Wikipedia - Folsom Site -- Archaeological type site
Wikipedia - Font superfamily -- Group of typefaces that fall into multiple classifications but nevertheless are related by appearance or purpose
Wikipedia - Font -- Particular size, weight and style of a typeface
Wikipedia - Food processor -- Type of home appliance
Wikipedia - Food storage -- Type of storage that allows food to be eaten after time
Wikipedia - Food trucks in South Korea -- Type of mobile catering vehicle
Wikipedia - Fool's errand -- Type of practical joke
Wikipedia - Forest Highway -- Type of highway
Wikipedia - Forests of KwaZulu-Natal -- Forest vegetation type in South Africa
Wikipedia - Formidable-class frigate -- Type of frigate
Wikipedia - Formulae-as-types correspondence
Wikipedia - FORR -- Type of cognitive architecture
Wikipedia - Forward genetics -- Forward genetics methods begin with the identification of a phenotype, and finds or creates model organisms that display the characteristic being studied
Wikipedia - Forward operating site -- Type of United States military facility
Wikipedia - Foundation (nonprofit) -- Type of nonprofit organization
Wikipedia - Foundation (United States law) -- Type of charitable organization in the United States
Wikipedia - Foxhound -- type of large hunting hound bred for strong hunting instincts, great energy, and, like all scent hounds, a keen sense of smell
Wikipedia - Fragipan -- Type of soil layer
Wikipedia - Fraktur -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Francois Vase -- Attic volute krater, a type of vase
Wikipedia - Franklin stove -- Type of fireplace
Wikipedia - Freedmen's town -- Type of American municipality founded by former slaves
Wikipedia - Free license -- Type of license agreement
Wikipedia - Free nerve ending -- Type of nerve fiber carrying sensory signals
Wikipedia - Free-net -- Type of community-based online service
Wikipedia - Freeride (mountain biking) -- Type of mountain biking
Wikipedia - FreeType -- Software development library to render text onto bitmaps, and other font-related operations
Wikipedia - Freightliner C2 -- Chassis for a type of school bus
Wikipedia - French horn -- Type of brass instrument
Wikipedia - French onion soup -- Type of soup usually based on meat stock and onions, and often served gratineed with croutons or a larger piece of bread covered with cheese floating on top
Wikipedia - Fretless guitar -- Type of guitar
Wikipedia - Friedrichshafen FF.54 -- German fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Fried shrimp -- Type of food
Wikipedia - Friend-to-friend -- Type of peer-to-peer network in which users only make direct connections with people they know
Wikipedia - Frigate -- Type of warship
Wikipedia - Fringing reef -- Type of coral reef
Wikipedia - Frock -- Various types of loose-fitting outer garment
Wikipedia - Frog cake -- Type of cake from South Australia
Wikipedia - Frontal lobe injury -- Type of brain injury
Wikipedia - Frontotemporal dementia -- Types of dementia involving the frontal or temporal lobes
Wikipedia - Fruit allergy -- Type of food allergy caused by fruit
Wikipedia - FSO Syrena 110 -- Polish automobile prototype
Wikipedia - F-type main-sequence star -- Stellar classification
Wikipedia - Ftype
Wikipedia - Fucking Hell -- Type of beer
Wikipedia - Fudge -- Type of sugar candy
Wikipedia - Fugitive gas emissions -- Type of pollution from oil and natural gas drilling
Wikipedia - Fujikyu 2000 series -- Japanese DC electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - Fujikyu 6000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Fujikyu 8000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Fujikyu 8500 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Fukuoka Subway 1000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Fukuoka Subway 2000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Fukuoka Subway 3000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Functionalism (architecture) -- Principle which defines a type of architecture
Wikipedia - Function prototype
Wikipedia - Function type
Wikipedia - Fundamental theorem of Galois theory -- Theorem that describes the structure of certain types of field extensions
Wikipedia - Funeral biscuit -- Type of biscuit traditionally served at funerals in England and North America
Wikipedia - Further Mathematics -- Certain type of mathematics from secondary school onwards
Wikipedia - Fusain -- Type of fossil deposit
Wikipedia - Futura (typeface) -- Geometric sans-serif typeface
Wikipedia - G7e torpedo -- Type of heavyweight anti surface torpedo
Wikipedia - Gabriel's theorem -- Classifies quivers (multigraphs) of finite type in terms of Dynkin diagrams.
Wikipedia - Gabriola (typeface) -- Typeface designed by John Hudson
Wikipedia - Galah -- Type of cockatoo
Wikipedia - Galleon -- Ship type
Wikipedia - Gallery forest -- Type of riparian forest in dry regions
Wikipedia - Galoshes -- Type of rubber boot worn over shoes
Wikipedia - Gambling in Indiana -- Types and locations of gambling allowed in Indiana, US
Wikipedia - Gambling in Massachusetts -- Types and locations of gambling allowed in Massachusetts, US
Wikipedia - Gamepad -- Type of video game controller
Wikipedia - Gaming keypad -- Type of gaming peripheral
Wikipedia - Gamma Doradus variable -- Type of variable star
Wikipedia - Gamma-ray burst progenitors -- Types of celestial objects that can emit gamma-ray bursts
Wikipedia - Gammon (meat) -- Type of pork
Wikipedia - Gandharva -- A type of male celestial beings
Wikipedia - Ganglion type nicotinic receptor
Wikipedia - Ganz MFAV -- Type of Hungarian metro car
Wikipedia - Gaper -- Type of figurehead, often used in storefronts of some drug stores in the Netherlands
Wikipedia - Gap year -- Year-long break before or after college/university during which students engage in various educational and developmental activities, such as travel or some type of regular work
Wikipedia - Garamond -- Typeface family
Wikipedia - Garden gun -- Type of small bore shotguns commonly used by gardeners and farmers for pest control
Wikipedia - Garden of Eden (cellular automaton) -- Type of pattern that has no predecessors
Wikipedia - Garganelli -- Type of tubular, egg-based pasta
Wikipedia - Gari, Sverdlovsk Oblast -- Urban-type settlement in Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia
Wikipedia - Garlic knot -- Italian-American type of garlic bread
Wikipedia - Garron -- Type of horse
Wikipedia - Gas-assisted injection molding -- A type of plastics manufacturing process
Wikipedia - Gas-cooled fast reactor -- Type of nuclear reactor cooled by a gas
Wikipedia - Gasket -- Type of mechanical seal
Wikipedia - Gas spring -- Type of spring
Wikipedia - Gastric bypass surgery -- type of bariatric surgery
Wikipedia - Gas turbine -- Type of internal combustion engine
Wikipedia - Gateway (web page) -- Type of web page
Wikipedia - GDDR4 SDRAM -- Type of graphics card memory
Wikipedia - GDDR5 SDRAM -- Type of high performance DRAM graphics card memory
Wikipedia - GDDR6 SDRAM -- Type of synchronous graphics random-access memory
Wikipedia - GDDR SDRAM -- Type of memory used on graphics cards
Wikipedia - Geared continuous hinge -- A type of continuous hinge used mostly on doors in high-traffic entrances
Wikipedia - Gelato -- Type of Italian ice cream
Wikipedia - Gemmail -- Type of stained glass art
Wikipedia - Gendron-Somua AMR 39 -- Type of Armoured Car
Wikipedia - Gene-environment correlation -- Dependence of environmental conditions on individual genotype
Wikipedia - Gene-environment interaction -- Response to the same environmental variation differently by different genotypes
Wikipedia - General circulation model -- A type of climate model that uses the Navier-Stokes equations on a rotating sphere with thermodynamic terms for various energy sources
Wikipedia - Generalized algebraic data types
Wikipedia - Generalized algebraic data type
Wikipedia - Generalized tonic-clonic seizure -- Type of generalized seizure that affects the entire brain
Wikipedia - General practitioner -- Type of medical doctor specialising as a generalist, usually working in primary care setting
Wikipedia - Generic programming -- Way of designing and writing programs where algorithms are written in terms of parametric types enabling easy reuse
Wikipedia - Genital wart -- Sexually transmitted infection caused by certain types of human papillomaviruses
Wikipedia - Genoa (sail) -- Type of large jib or staysail
Wikipedia - Genome editing -- Type of genetic engineering
Wikipedia - Genotype -- Part of the genetic makeup of a cell which determines one of its characteristics
Wikipedia - Gentlemen's club -- members-only private club of a type originally set up by and for upper-class British men
Wikipedia - Geodetic airframe -- type of aircraft structure
Wikipedia - Georges Peignot -- French type designer, type foundry and business owner
Wikipedia - Gepanzerter Mannschaftstransportwagen 'KM-CM-$tzchen' -- German prototype armoured personal carrier of WW2.
Wikipedia - German destroyer Z12 Erich Giese -- Type 1934A-class destroyer
Wikipedia - German destroyer Z13 Erich Koellner -- Type 1934A-class destroyer
Wikipedia - German destroyer Z16 Friedrich Eckoldt -- Type 1934A-class destroyer
Wikipedia - German destroyer Z7 Hermann Schoemann -- Type 1934A-class destroyer
Wikipedia - German submarine U-11 (1935) -- Type IIB U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-1 (1935) -- Type IIA U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-13 (1935) -- Type IIB U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-15 (1936) -- Type IIB U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-17 (1935) -- Type IIB U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-19 (1935) -- Type IIB U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-2 (1935) -- Type IIA U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-25 (1936) -- Type I U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-26 (1936) -- Type I U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-3 (1935) -- Type IIA U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-410 -- German type VIIC world war II submarine
Wikipedia - German submarine U-4 (1935) -- Type IIA U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-505 -- German Type IXC U-boat built for Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine during World War II
Wikipedia - German submarine U-5 (1935) -- Type IIA U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-6 (1935) -- Type IIA U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-710 -- Type VIIC U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-7 (1935) -- Type IIB U-boat
Wikipedia - German submarine U-9 (1935) -- Type IIB U-boat
Wikipedia - German torpedo boat Iltis -- Type 24 torpedo boat
Wikipedia - German Type U 81 submarine -- Class of U-boats
Wikipedia - Gestetner -- Type of duplicator machine and brand owned by Ricoh
Wikipedia - Ghee -- type of clarified butter from India
Wikipedia - Ghillie suit -- Type of camouflage clothing designed to resemble the background environment such as foliage, snow or sand
Wikipedia - Ghost work -- Type of conditions of computer work
Wikipedia - Giant star -- Type of star, larger and brighter than the Sun
Wikipedia - Gibbs free energy -- Type of thermodynamic potential; useful for calculating reversible work in certain systems
Wikipedia - Gilbert (typeface) -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Gill Sans -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Ginetta G60-LT-P1 -- Non-hybrid Le Mans Prototype racing car
Wikipedia - Ginetta-Juno P3-15 -- British sports car prototype
Wikipedia - Girl next door -- Archetype of a cute, kind, unassuming, and honest woman or girl, often in a romantic story
Wikipedia - Glacial earthquake -- Type of earthquake occurring near fast-moving glaciers
Wikipedia - Glacial lake outburst flood -- A type of outburst flood that occurs when the dam containing a glacial lake fails
Wikipedia - Gladue report -- Type of pre-sentencing and bail hearing report that a Canadian court can request when considering sentencing an offender of Aboriginal background
Wikipedia - Glaive -- Type of pole weapon
Wikipedia - Gland -- Type of animal organ
Wikipedia - Glass harmonica -- Type of musical instrument
Wikipedia - Glassine -- Translucent, smooth and glossy type of paper
Wikipedia - Glial fibrillary acidic protein -- Type III intermediate filament protein
Wikipedia - Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point -- Boundary of a stage on the geologic time scale
Wikipedia - Globe valve -- Type of device for blocking or regulating the flow of fluids
Wikipedia - Glutinous rice -- Type of rice
Wikipedia - Glycogen storage disease type IV -- Human disease
Wikipedia - Glycogen storage disease type V -- Human disease caused by deficiency of a muscle enzyme
Wikipedia - GNU Unifont -- Duospaced typeface
Wikipedia - Goblet drum -- Type of drum
Wikipedia - Go-fast boat -- Type of boat
Wikipedia - Goggle jacket -- Hooded windproof type jacket
Wikipedia - Go-go bar -- Type of nightclub
Wikipedia - Gold digger -- Type of relationship in which a person engages in relationships for money rather than love
Wikipedia - Goods and services tax (Australia) -- Type of value added tax used in Australia
Wikipedia - Goon squad -- Type of group of criminals
Wikipedia - Gornouralsky (urban locality) -- Urban-type settlement in Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia
Wikipedia - Gose -- German beer type
Wikipedia - Goshono Site -- Archaeological type site
Wikipedia - Gota (embroidery) -- Type of metallic ribbon embroidery from Rajasthan, India
Wikipedia - Gotha B types -- German reconnaissance/trainer aircraft
Wikipedia - Gotha Go 146 -- Prototype utility aircraft by Gotha
Wikipedia - Gotham (typeface) -- Geometric sans-serif typeface
Wikipedia - Gougere -- Type of pastry
Wikipedia - Gourd -- Type of fruit
Wikipedia - Governorates of Yemen -- List of type of bureaucratic division in Yemen
Wikipedia - Gradual typing -- Type system
Wikipedia - Grainstone -- Type of limestone
Wikipedia - Grammar school -- Type of school in the United Kingdom and some other countries
Wikipedia - Grandiose delusions -- Subtype of delusion
Wikipedia - Granite -- common type of intrusive, felsic, igneous rock with granular structure
Wikipedia - Granule cell -- Type of neuron with a very small cell body
Wikipedia - Graph (abstract data type)
Wikipedia - Graphotype (machine) -- Brand name used for metal marking machines manufactured by the Addressograph Multigraph Company
Wikipedia - Graphotype -- Method of producing printing blocks
Wikipedia - Gravity dam -- Type of dam that uses mass to counteract water pressure
Wikipedia - Gravity gun -- Type of device in video games
Wikipedia - Grease trap -- A type of trap designed to intercept most greases and solids before they enter a wastewater disposal system
Wikipedia - Great Lakes XTBG -- 1935 prototype torpedo bomber aircraft model
Wikipedia - Greedy algorithm -- This article describes a type of algorithmic approach that is used to solve computer science problems
Wikipedia - Green Tobacco Sickness -- Type of nicotine poisoning
Wikipedia - Grenadier -- Type of infantry soldier
Wikipedia - Grey water -- A type of wastewater generated in households without toilet wastewater
Wikipedia - Grid fin -- Type of flight control surface used on rockets and bombs
Wikipedia - Griffon (dog type) -- Dog type
Wikipedia - Grilled cheese -- Type of cheese sandwich
Wikipedia - Groff (software) -- Unix typesetting software used for man pages
Wikipedia - Grumman XP-50 -- 1941 fighter aircraft prototype by Grumman
Wikipedia - Grundschrift -- Type of teaching cursive
Wikipedia - GS&WR 0-6-4T -- Irish rail locomotive type
Wikipedia - GTW 72 -- Suspension railway train type formerly operated in Wuppertal, Germany
Wikipedia - GTW Generation 15 -- Suspension railway train type operated in Wuppertal, Germany
Wikipedia - G-type main-sequence star -- Stellar classification
Wikipedia - Guandao -- Type of pole weapon
Wikipedia - Guardian Egyptian -- Slab serif typeface commissioned for The Guardian newspaper
Wikipedia - Gudkov Gu-82 -- Soviet fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Guest house -- Type of lodging
Wikipedia - Gueuze -- Type of lambic beer, often from Belgium
Wikipedia - Guide RNA -- Subtype of RNA invovled in nucleic acids editing
Wikipedia - Guipure -- Type of bobbin lace in which motifs are connected by bars or plaits
Wikipedia - Guisarme -- Type of pole weapon
Wikipedia - Gumdrop -- Type of candy
Wikipedia - Gun (administrative division) -- Type of administrative unit in North and South Korea
Wikipedia - Gun (cellular automaton) -- Type of stationary pattern that periodically produces spaceships
Wikipedia - Gundalow -- Ship type
Wikipedia - Gun dog -- Hunting dog type
Wikipedia - Gun mantlet -- Type of armor plating
Wikipedia - Guntur Sannam -- A type of chili pepper that grows in India
Wikipedia - GV-E400 series -- Diesel-electric multiple unit train type operated in Japan
Wikipedia - Gymkhana (motorsport) -- Type of motorsport
Wikipedia - Gymnasium (Germany) -- Type of secondary school
Wikipedia - Gymnasium (school) -- Type of school providing advanced secondary education in Europe
Wikipedia - Gymnastics -- Type of sport that requires a wide variety of physical strength and flexibility
Wikipedia - Gyrocompass -- Type of non-magnetic compass based on the rotation of the Earth
Wikipedia - H100 series -- Diesel-electric multiple unit train type to be operated in Japan
Wikipedia - H5 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high-speed train type
Wikipedia - Habitability of K-type main-sequence star systems -- Overview of the habitability of K-type main-sequence star systems
Wikipedia - Habitat -- The type of environment in which an organism lives
Wikipedia - Haboob -- Type of intense dust storm
Wikipedia - Hagi ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Ha-ha -- Type of wall; recessed landscape design element
Wikipedia - Hakama -- Type of traditional Japanese trousers/skirt
Wikipedia - Hakone Tozan 3000 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - Hakone Tozan 3100 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type operated since 2017
Wikipedia - Halberd -- Type of pole weapon with axe blade topped with a spike
Wikipedia - Halberstadt B types -- Family of German reconnaissance/training aircraft
Wikipedia - Half-time (music) -- Type of metric change in music, that doubles the tempo resolution or metric division, in comparison to common-time
Wikipedia - Hall-effect thruster -- Type of electric propulsion system
Wikipedia - Haloragis -- Type genus of Haloragaceae (water-milfoil family), of flowering plants in Eudicot order Saxifragales
Wikipedia - Hamburg U-Bahn Type A -- German U-Bahn train type formerly operated in Hamburg
Wikipedia - Hamburg U-Bahn Type DT1 -- German U-Bahn train type formerly operated in Hamburg
Wikipedia - Hamburg U-Bahn Type DT2 -- German U-Bahn train type formerly operated in Hamburg
Wikipedia - Hamburg U-Bahn Type DT3 -- German U-Bahn train type operated in Hamburg
Wikipedia - Hamburg U-Bahn Type DT4 -- German U-Bahn train type operated in Hamburg
Wikipedia - Hamburg U-Bahn Type DT5 -- German U-Bahn train type operated in Hamburg
Wikipedia - Hammond Typewriter
Wikipedia - Handel Gothic -- Sans-serif typeface
Wikipedia - Handheld TV game -- Type of video game console
Wikipedia - Handle leak -- software bug type
Wikipedia - Handley Page Type O -- British heavy bomber aircraft in service 1916-1922
Wikipedia - Hangklip Sand Fynbos -- Vegetation type endemic to the southern coastal portion of the Western Cape, South Africa
Wikipedia - Hankyu 1000 series (1954) -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hankyu 1100 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hankyu 1300 series (1957) -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hankyu 1300 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hankyu 2000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hankyu 2300 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hankyu 3100 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hankyu 6000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hankyu 6300 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hankyu 7300 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hankyu 8000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hankyu 8200 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hankyu 8300 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hankyu 9000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hankyu 9300 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hanshin 1000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hanshin 5500 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hanshin 5550 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hanshin 5700 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hanshin 8000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hanshin 9000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Haplogroup -- Group of similar haplotypes that share a common ancestor having the same single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) mutation in all haplotypes
Wikipedia - Haplotype block -- Genomic region containing only a few distinct haplotypes
Wikipedia - Haplotype -- Group of genes from one parent
Wikipedia - Haptophyte -- Type of algae
Wikipedia - Hardcourt -- Type of tennis court surface
Wikipedia - Hard money (policy) -- Type of monetary policy
Wikipedia - Hard sell -- type of advertisement
Wikipedia - Hard start -- Type of rocket failure
Wikipedia - Harlequin-type ichthyosis -- Genetic skin disease
Wikipedia - Harrington jacket -- Type of jacket
Wikipedia - Harvey armor -- Type of casehardened naval armor
Wikipedia - Hasami ware -- Type of Japanese porcelain ware
Wikipedia - Hash function -- Type of function that maps data of arbitrary size to data of fixed size
Wikipedia - Hasty pudding -- Type of pudding or porridge
Wikipedia - Haunted swing -- Type of amusement ride
Wikipedia - Hauptschule -- Type of secondary school
Wikipedia - Haute cuisine -- Type of French cuisine
Wikipedia - Hawaiian eruption -- Type of volcanic eruption
Wikipedia - Hawker P.1081 -- Prototype British fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - HB-E210 series -- Hybrid battery/diesel multiple unit train type operated in Japan
Wikipedia - HB-E300 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - H chondrite -- Type of meteorite
Wikipedia - HD 164595 -- G-type star located in the constellation of Hercules
Wikipedia - Heath forest -- Tropical moist forest type
Wikipedia - Heavy industry -- Type of industry
Wikipedia - Heckler & Koch G11 -- Caseless ammunition assault rifle prototype
Wikipedia - Hedgehog (geometry) -- Type of mathematical plane curve
Wikipedia - Heel-shaped cairn -- Type of megalithic monument
Wikipedia - Heinkel He 100 -- Prototype fighter aircraft, German, WW2
Wikipedia - Heinkel He 113 -- German deception involving prototype aircraft during WW2
Wikipedia - Heinkel He 274 -- Prototype bomber aircraft by Heinkel
Wikipedia - Heinkel He 49 -- Prototype fighter aircraft series
Wikipedia - Heinkel He 71 -- German monoplane prototype
Wikipedia - Helical antenna -- A type of antenna
Wikipedia - Helicopter -- Type of rotor craft in which lift and thrust are supplied by rotors
Wikipedia - Helix -- Type of smooth space curve
Wikipedia - Hell in a Cell -- Professional wrestling match type
Wikipedia - Helvetica -- 1957 sans-serif typeface developed by Max Miedinger
Wikipedia - Hemangioblast -- Cell type
Wikipedia - Hemmema -- Type of warship built for the Swedish archipelago fleet and the Russian Baltic navy
Wikipedia - Hemocyte (invertebrate immune system cell) -- Cell type
Wikipedia - Henge -- Type of Neolithic earthwork
Wikipedia - Henschel Hs 132 -- 1945 prototype multi-role combat aircraft by Henschel
Wikipedia - HEPA -- A type of air filter to remove particulates
Wikipedia - Hermes 3000 -- Make of typewriter
Wikipedia - Herring buss -- Type of seagoing fishing vessel
Wikipedia - Hetaira -- Type of prostitute in Ancient Greece
Wikipedia - Heterosis -- Difference in a quantitative trait between heterozygous and homozygous genotypes
Wikipedia - Hex key -- Hand tool for certain types of screws
Wikipedia - Hiatal hernia -- Type of hernia in which abdominal organs (typically the stomach) slip through the diaphragm into the middle compartment of the chest
Wikipedia - Highball glass -- Type of glass tumbler
Wikipedia - Highball -- Type of mixed alcoholic drink
Wikipedia - High Bandwidth Memory -- Type of memory used on processors that require high speed memory
Wikipedia - High Blast Explosive -- Type of explosive
Wikipedia - High capacity oceanographic lithium battery pack -- A type of battery pack used by oceanographers
Wikipedia - Higher inductive type
Wikipedia - Higher-order modulation -- digital modulation type
Wikipedia - Higher-order type operator
Wikipedia - Higher-speed rail -- Type of railway with speeds approaching but less than that of true high speed rail
Wikipedia - High-frequency trading -- Type of trading using highly sophisticated algorithms and very short-term investment horizons
Wikipedia - High-intensity discharge lamp -- Type of electric lamp/bulb
Wikipedia - Highlighter (cosmetics) -- Type of cosmetic product that reflects light
Wikipedia - High-temperature corrosion -- Type of corrosion
Wikipedia - Hightower Text -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Highway district -- Type of district in England and Wales
Wikipedia - Hillbilly -- Stereotype of some rural Americans
Wikipedia - Hillfort -- Type of earthworks used as a fortified refuge or defended settlement
Wikipedia - Hippocampal prosthesis -- Type of cognitive prosthesis
Wikipedia - Hippogonal -- Term for a type of chess move
Wikipedia - Hip spica cast -- Type of orthopedic cast
Wikipedia - Hirado ware -- Type of Japanese porcelain ware
Wikipedia - Historic motorsport -- Type of motorsport with vehicles limited to a particular era
Wikipedia - History of sentence spacing -- Evolution of sentence spacing conventions from the introduction of movable type in Europe
Wikipedia - Hjortspring boat -- A large canoe type vessel dated to 350 found in Hjortspring Mose at Als, Denmark
Wikipedia - HLA-DQ1 -- Serotype that covers a broad range of HLA-DQ haplotypes.
Wikipedia - HMAS Stuart (D00) -- Admiralty type flotilla leader
Wikipedia - HMC ML Q050 -- The first of a series of 80 Type B Fairmiles built for the RCN delivered on 18 November 1941.
Wikipedia - HMS Active (F171) -- Royal Navy frigate of the Type 21, Amazon Class
Wikipedia - HMS Ambuscade (F172) -- Royal Navy frigate of the Type 21, Amazon Class
Wikipedia - HMS Antelope (F170) -- Royal Navy frigate of the Type 21, Amazon Class
Wikipedia - HMS Ardent (F184) -- Royal Navy frigate of the Type 21, Amazon Class
Wikipedia - HMS Argyll (F231) -- Type 23 frigate
Wikipedia - HMS Arrow (F173) -- Royal Navy frigate of the Type 21, Amazon Class
Wikipedia - HMS Berwick (F115) -- Royal Navy frigate of the Type 12M, Rothesay Class
Wikipedia - HMS Boxer (F92) -- Type 22 frigate
Wikipedia - HMS Cardiff (D108) -- Type 42 destroyer
Wikipedia - HMS Daring (D32) -- Type 45 or Daring-class air-defence destroyer
Wikipedia - HMS Dragon (D35) -- Type 45 or Daring-class air-defence destroyer
Wikipedia - HMS Duncan (D37) -- Type 45 or Daring-class air-defence destroyer
Wikipedia - HMS Edinburgh (D97) -- Type 42 destroyer
Wikipedia - HMS Gloucester (D96) -- Type 42 destroyer
Wikipedia - HMS Iron Duke (F234) -- Type 23 frigate
Wikipedia - HMS Kent (F78) -- Type 23 Duke class frigate
Wikipedia - HMS Lamerton (L88) -- Type II Hunt-class destroyer of the Royal Navy, later the Indian Navy
Wikipedia - HMS Lancaster (F229) -- Duke class Type 23 frigate
Wikipedia - HMS Lynx (F27) -- Leopard-class Type 41 anti aircraft frigate
Wikipedia - HMS Mackay (D70) -- Scott class, Admiralty type flotilla leader
Wikipedia - HMS Malcolm (D19) -- Admiralty type flotilla leader
Wikipedia - HMS Montrose (D01) -- Scott class, Admiralty type flotilla leader
Wikipedia - HMS Montrose (F236) -- Type 23 frigate of the Royal Navy
Wikipedia - HMS Norfolk (F230) -- Type 23 frigate of the Royal Navy
Wikipedia - HMS Scarborough (F63) -- Type-12 class frigate, launched 1955
Wikipedia - HMS Scott (1917) -- Admiralty type flotilla leader
Wikipedia - HMS Sheffield (D80) -- Type 42 destroyer
Wikipedia - Hobelar -- Type of light cavalry or mounted infantry that originated in Medieval Ireland
Wikipedia - Hockey card -- Type of trading card
Wikipedia - Hodegetria -- Type of depiction of the Virgin Mary in iconography, especially of the Eastern Church
Wikipedia - Hodgkin lymphoma -- Type of blood and immune-system cancer
Wikipedia - Hoefler & Co. -- Type foundry in New York City, founded and run by type designer Jonathan Hoefler
Wikipedia - Hog Islander -- Ship type
Wikipedia - Hokuso 7260 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hokuso 7300 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - Hokuso 7500 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - Holger Peter Sandhofe -- German typesetter and scholar
Wikipedia - Holloware -- Type of metal tableware
Wikipedia - Hollow-point bullet -- Type of expanding bullet used for controlled penetration
Wikipedia - Hollow structural section -- Type of metal profile
Wikipedia - Holonomic function -- Type of functions, in mathematical analysis
Wikipedia - Holotype -- The example of an organism used to describe its species
Wikipedia - Holt gas electric tank -- First prototype military tank built in the United States
Wikipedia - Home insurance -- A type of property insurance that covers a private residence
Wikipedia - Homeotopy -- Type of homotopy group of a topological space
Wikipedia - Home rule in the United States -- Type of self-government
Wikipedia - Homogamy (biology) -- Four-sense biological term referring to either inbreeding, or synchronous reproductive maturation, or flower type, or preferential mating
Wikipedia - Homologation (motorsport) -- Type approval process for a vehicle, race track, or standardised part
Wikipedia - Homological stability -- Type of mathematical theorem
Wikipedia - Homomorphism -- Structure-preserving map between two algebraic structures of the same type
Wikipedia - Homonym (biology) -- Scientific name that is identical in spelling to a name with a different type
Wikipedia - Homotopy type theory
Wikipedia - Honda Civic Type R -- High performance variant of the Honda Civic
Wikipedia - Hongeo-hoe -- A type of fermented fish dish from Korea's Jeolla province
Wikipedia - Honky-tonk -- Type of bar that provides musical entertainment and a style of music played there
Wikipedia - Hookworm -- Intestinal, blood-feeding, parasitic roundworms that cause types of infection known as helminthiases
Wikipedia - Horgr -- Type of altar or cult site, possibly consisting of a heap of stones
Wikipedia - Horizon (archaeology) -- Distinctive type of sediment, artefact, style or other cultural trait that is found across a large geographical area
Wikipedia - Horizontal gene transfer -- A type of nonhereditary genetic change involving swapping of DNA or RNA other than from parent to offspring
Wikipedia - Horizontal top-bar hive -- Type of beehive
Wikipedia - Horn-rimmed glasses -- Type of eyeglasses
Wikipedia - Horse sacrifice -- Type of animal sacrifice
Wikipedia - Horseshoe orbit -- Type of co-orbital motion of a small orbiting body relative to a larger orbiting body
Wikipedia - Horten Ho 229 -- German prototype fighter/bomber
Wikipedia - Horten H.VII -- Flying wing prototype
Wikipedia - HOT7000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Hot cathode -- Type of electrode
Wikipedia - Hot Jupiter -- Planet type
Wikipedia - Hot metal typesetting
Wikipedia - Hot Neptune -- A type of giant planet with a mass similar to that of Uranus or Neptune orbiting close to its star
Wikipedia - Hound -- Type of hunting dog
Wikipedia - House church (Russia) -- Type of parish in the Russian Orthodox Church
Wikipedia - House of Commons -- Type of legislative assembly
Wikipedia - Housing authority -- Type of ministry or government agency
Wikipedia - Hovercar -- A type of a flying personal vehicle
Wikipedia - Hovertrain -- type of high-speed train
Wikipedia - Howitzer -- Type of artillery piece
Wikipedia - Howmet TX -- Sports-prototype racing car
Wikipedia - Hua Qing Minigun -- A Chinese Gatling-type machine gun
Wikipedia - Hubert Blaine Wolfeschlegelsteinhausenbergerdorff Sr. -- Philadelphia typesetter said to have had the longest name ever used
Wikipedia - Huff-Daland XB-1 -- American bomber prototype
Wikipedia - Hughes D-2 -- Prototype fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - Hulk (ship type) -- Ship that is afloat, but not seagoing
Wikipedia - Humanities College -- Type of British specialist school
Wikipedia - Human physical appearance -- Look, outward phenotype
Wikipedia - Humbucker -- Type of electric guitar pickup
Wikipedia - Hummus salad -- type of Arab salad
Wikipedia - Humorism -- Ancient Greek and Roman system of medicine involving four fluid types
Wikipedia - Hun and po -- Types of souls in Chinese philosophy
Wikipedia - Hutong -- Type of narrow street or alley in northern Chinese cities
Wikipedia - Hybrid train -- Type of train
Wikipedia - Hydraulic tanker -- Type of vessel
Wikipedia - Hydrofoil -- A type of fast watercraft and the name of the technology it uses
Wikipedia - Hydrolastic -- Type of space-efficient automotive suspension system used in many cars produced by British Motor Corporation
Wikipedia - Hyeopdo -- Type of pole weapon
Wikipedia - Hyocholic acid -- Type of bile acid
Wikipedia - Hyperfinite type II factor
Wikipedia - Hyper-IgM syndrome type 2 -- Primary immune deficiency disorder
Wikipedia - Hyper-IgM syndrome type 3 -- Primary immune deficiency disorder
Wikipedia - Hyper-IgM syndrome type 5 -- Primary immune deficiency disorder
Wikipedia - Hyperon -- Type of strange baryon
Wikipedia - Hyperplastic polyp -- Type of colorectal polyp
Wikipedia - Hypolocrian mode -- Type of musical scale
Wikipedia - Hypophora -- Type of English Language Figure of Speech
Wikipedia - Hypothetical types of biochemistry -- Possible alternative biochemicals used by life forms
Wikipedia - Hypotype -- Genus of insects
Wikipedia - Ibex -- Type of mammal (wild mountain goat)
Wikipedia - IBM Electric typewriter -- An electric typewriter
Wikipedia - IBM Plex -- Open source typeface family
Wikipedia - IBM Selectric typewriter -- Line of electric typewriters by IBM
Wikipedia - IBM System/32 -- Type of mini computer
Wikipedia - IBM Type-III Library
Wikipedia - Ice melange -- A mixture of sea ice types, icebergs, and snow without a clearly defined floe
Wikipedia - Ichthyosaurus -- Genus of extinct marine reptile, type genus of Ichthyosauria
Wikipedia - Ideal polyhedron -- Type of polyhedron
Wikipedia - Ideal type
Wikipedia - Identity disorder -- Type of mental disorder
Wikipedia - Idol goods -- Various types of merchandise related to celebrities
Wikipedia - Igusa zeta-function -- Type of generating function in mathematics
Wikipedia - Ikembe -- Type of musical instrument, lamellophone
Wikipedia - Ikenga GT -- British prototype automobile
Wikipedia - Ilizarov apparatus -- Type of external fixation (medical device)
Wikipedia - Illusory palinopsia -- Subtype of palinopsia
Wikipedia - Imageboard -- Type of Internet forum
Wikipedia - Imari ware -- Type of Japanese porcelain ware
Wikipedia - IMCA Modified -- Type of modified car
Wikipedia - Immunoglobulin class switching -- Switching of activated B cells from IgM biosynthesis to biosynthesis of other isotypes of immunoglobulin
Wikipedia - Immunoglobulin G -- Antibody isotype
Wikipedia - Immunoglobulin M -- One of several isotypes of antibody
Wikipedia - Imperialist competitive algorithm -- Computational method used to solve optimization problems of different types
Wikipedia - Imperial staircase -- Type of staircase with divided flights
Wikipedia - Imperial Typewriter Company
Wikipedia - Implicit memory -- One of the two main types of long-term human memory
Wikipedia - Implicit stereotype
Wikipedia - Implicit type conversion
Wikipedia - Implosion-type nuclear weapon
Wikipedia - Impossible object -- Type of optical illusion
Wikipedia - Improved sanitation -- A term used to categorize types or levels of sanitation for monitoring purposes
Wikipedia - Inari shrine -- A type of Japanese shrine used to worship the deity Inari
Wikipedia - Include directive -- Type of file in computer programming
Wikipedia - Income trust -- A specialized type of trust
Wikipedia - Incremental game -- Video game type
Wikipedia - Indentation (typesetting) -- Empty space at the beginning of a line to signal the start of a new paragraph
Wikipedia - Independent practice association -- Type of medical organization
Wikipedia - Independent record label -- Type of record label
Wikipedia - Indian club -- Type of exercise equipment
Wikipedia - Indian half-bred -- horse type from India
Wikipedia - Indian whisky -- Type of distilled liquor produced in India
Wikipedia - Indicator bacteria -- Types of bacteria used to detect and estimate the level of fecal contamination of water
Wikipedia - Indio viejo -- Type of stew
Wikipedia - Individualized medicine -- Type of medical treatment
Wikipedia - Induced stem cells -- Stem cells derived from somatic, reproductive, pluripotent or other cell types by deliberate epigenetic reprogramming.
Wikipedia - Inductive amplifier -- test instrument type in electric industries
Wikipedia - Inductive charging -- Type of wireless power transfer
Wikipedia - Inductive type
Wikipedia - Industrial piercing -- Type of double hole body piercing
Wikipedia - Industry superannuation fund -- Type of retirement fund in Australia
Wikipedia - Initial public offering -- Type of securities offering
Wikipedia - Injector -- Type of pump using high pressure fluid to entrain a lower pressure fluid
Wikipedia - Inkstick -- A type of solid ink (India ink) used traditionally in several East Asian cultures for [[calligraphy]] and brush painting
Wikipedia - In personam -- Type of jurisdiction
Wikipedia - In rem jurisdiction -- Type of jurisdiction
Wikipedia - Inside director -- Type of corporate director
Wikipedia - Institutional review board -- Type of committee that applies research ethics
Wikipedia - Integer (computer science) -- Datum of integral data type
Wikipedia - Integral (train) -- German diesel-multiple-unit train type
Wikipedia - Integrated Service Provider -- Type of logistics services firm
Wikipedia - Intensive animal farming -- Type of animal husbandry using high inputs and stocking densities to increase production
Wikipedia - Intensive farming -- Type of agriculture using high inputs to try to get high outputs
Wikipedia - Inter-caste marriage in Nepal -- Type of marriage in Nepal
Wikipedia - Interim alternative educational setting -- Type of educational placement
Wikipedia - Interior design magazine -- Type of magazine
Wikipedia - Interleaved 2 of 5 -- Type of barcode
Wikipedia - Interleukin 33 -- IL-33 induces helper T cells, mast cells, eosinophils and basophils to produce type 2 cytokines.
Wikipedia - Interlocutory appeal -- Type of legal appeal in the U.S.
Wikipedia - Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle -- A re-entry vehicle prototype by ESA for the development of the Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle
Wikipedia - Intermittency -- Irregular alternation different types of dynamics
Wikipedia - Internationalized country code top-level domain -- Special type of top-level domain
Wikipedia - International L series -- Type of truck
Wikipedia - International Prototype of the Kilogram -- Physical artifact that formerly defined the kilogram
Wikipedia - International Style (architecture) -- Type of modernist architecture
Wikipedia - Internet fraud -- A type of fraud or deception which makes use of the Internet to defraud victims
Wikipedia - Internet homicide -- Type of killing in which victim and perpetrator met online
Wikipedia - Internet media type
Wikipedia - Intersection type discipline -- Branch of type theory
Wikipedia - Intersection type system
Wikipedia - Intersection type -- Concept in type theory
Wikipedia - Interurban -- Type of electric railway which runs within and between cities or towns
Wikipedia - Intervention AUV -- Type of autonomous underwater vehicle capable of autonomous interventions
Wikipedia - Intestinal bypass -- Type of surgery for treating obesity
Wikipedia - Intracerebral hemorrhage -- Type of intracranial bleeding that occurs within the brain tissue itself
Wikipedia - Intravascular ultrasound -- Type of medical imaging methodology
Wikipedia - Intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cell -- Type of neuron in the retina of the mammalian eye
Wikipedia - Intuitionistic type theory -- Alternative foundation of mathematics
Wikipedia - Inuksuk -- Type of manmade stone landmark or cairn
Wikipedia - Inuktitut syllabics -- Abugida-type writing system used in Canada
Wikipedia - Invented here -- A type of argument
Wikipedia - Investment banking -- Type of private company
Wikipedia - INVITE of Death -- Type of attack on SIP protocol clients
Wikipedia - IOE engine -- Type of combustion engines
Wikipedia - Ionized jewelry -- Type of metal bracelet jewelry
Wikipedia - Ion laser -- Type of gas laser
Wikipedia - Ipiutak Site -- Archaeological type site
Wikipedia - IRC services -- Type of service
Wikipedia - Irish galley -- Type of Irish ship
Wikipedia - Iron man match -- Professional wrestling match type
Wikipedia - Ironmongery -- Type of shop
Wikipedia - Irrumatio -- Type of oral sex
Wikipedia - Islamic monarchy -- Type of nation state
Wikipedia - Isoelectric focusing -- Type of electrophoresis
Wikipedia - Isotonic regression -- Type of numerical analysis
Wikipedia - Isotopes of oxygen -- Type of isotope that has 8 protons
Wikipedia - Isuzu 117 Coupe -- Compact Gran Turismo type 2-door fastback coupe
Wikipedia - Italic type -- Font style characterised by cursive typeface and slanted design
Wikipedia - Iterative and incremental development -- Types of methodology to develop a system through repeated cycles (iterative) and in smaller portions at a time
Wikipedia - Ittar -- Types of essential oils
Wikipedia - Iwami ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Iyotetsu 700 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Izuhakone 1100 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Izushi ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Jack chain -- type of chain
Wikipedia - Jack-in-the-box effect -- Type of tank catastrophic kill
Wikipedia - Jack plane -- type of woodworking hand plane
Wikipedia - Jaguar C-Type -- Jaguar sports-racing car
Wikipedia - Jaguar E-Type -- Car model
Wikipedia - Jaguar F-Type -- Sport car manufactured by ford automobile manufacturer Jaguar
Wikipedia - Jaguar X-Type -- Compact executive car manufactured by Jaguar Cars
Wikipedia - Jain stupa -- Type of stupa erected by the Jains for devotional purposes
Wikipedia - Jama masjid -- A type of mosque designated for Friday noon prayers
Wikipedia - Jamawar -- A type of shawl
Wikipedia - Jamon -- Type of dry-cured ham from Spain
Wikipedia - Jangajji -- Type of Korean non-fermented pickled vegetable side dish
Wikipedia - Japanese garden -- Type of traditional garden
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-16 -- Type C cruiser submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-20 -- Type C cruiser submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-22 (1938) -- Type C cruiser submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-24 (1939) -- Type C cruiser submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-32 -- Type B1 submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-33 -- Type B1 submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-35 -- Type B1 submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-36 -- Type B1 submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-38 -- Type B1 submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-39 -- Type B1 submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-40 -- Type B2 submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-42 -- Type B2 submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-43 -- Type B2 submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-46 -- Type C cruiser submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-53 (1942) -- Type C cruiser submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine I-55 (1943) -- Type C cruiser submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine Ro-39 -- KaichM-EM-+-type submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine Ro-40 -- KaichM-EM-+-type submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine Ro-41 -- KaichM-EM-+-type submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine Ro-42 -- KaichM-EM-+-type submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine Ro-43 -- KaichM-EM-+-type submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine Ro-44 -- KaichM-EM-+-type submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine Ro-45 -- KaichM-EM-+-type submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine Ro-46 -- KaichM-EM-+-type submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine Ro-47 -- KaichM-EM-+-type submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine Ro-48 -- KaichM-EM-+-type submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine Ro-49 -- KaichM-EM-+-type submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine Ro-50 -- KaichM-EM-+-type submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine Ro-55 (1944) -- KaichM-EM-+-type submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese submarine Ro-56 (1944) -- KaichM-EM-+-type submarine
Wikipedia - Japanese sword -- Type of traditionally made sword from Japan
Wikipedia - Japanese whisky -- Type of distilled liquor produced in Japan
Wikipedia - Japanning -- Type of european lacquerwork imitating Japanese urushi
Wikipedia - Jask-2 -- Type of SLCM
Wikipedia - Javelin -- Type of light spear designed to be thrown by hand
Wikipedia - Jaz (beer) -- Pilsner-type rice beer from Malaysia
Wikipedia - Jazz club -- Type of club, music venue, dedicated to jazz music
Wikipedia - Jelly doughnut -- Type of doughnut
Wikipedia - Jenkem -- Type of street drug
Wikipedia - Jet fuel -- Type of aviation fuel
Wikipedia - Jewish nose -- Racial stereotype
Wikipedia - JGR Class 160 -- Japanese steam locomotive type
Wikipedia - JGR Class 2120 -- Japanese steam locomotive type
Wikipedia - JGR Class 3900 -- Japanese 0-6-0 type steam locomotive
Wikipedia - JGR Class 5100 -- Japanese steam locomotive type
Wikipedia - JGR Class 5500 -- Japanese type 4-4-0 steam locomotive
Wikipedia - JGR Class 7010 -- Japanese 0-6-0 type steam locomotive class
Wikipedia - JGR Class 7100 -- Japanese type 2-6-0 steam locomotive
Wikipedia - JGR Class 860 -- Japanese type 2-4-2T locomotive
Wikipedia - Jiangshi -- Type of creature from Chinese legend and folklore
Wikipedia - Jigsaw puzzle -- Type of tiling puzzle
Wikipedia - JIM suit -- Type of atmospheric diving suit.
Wikipedia - Jingle bell -- Type of bell
Wikipedia - JNR Class 4110 -- Japanese type 0-10-0 steam locomotive class
Wikipedia - JNR Class 9600 -- Japanese type 2-8-0 steam locomotive class
Wikipedia - JNR Class DD15 -- A diesel snowplough locomotive type operated in Japan
Wikipedia - JNR Class DE10 -- Japanese diesel locomotive type
Wikipedia - JNR Class DE11 -- Japanese diesel locomotive type
Wikipedia - JNR Class DF50 -- Japanese diesel locomotive type
Wikipedia - JNR Class ED15 -- Japanese electric locomotive type
Wikipedia - JNR Class ED73 -- Japanese electric locomotive type
Wikipedia - JNR Class ED79 -- Japanese electric locomotive type
Wikipedia - JNR Class EF63 -- Japanese electric locomotive type
Wikipedia - Joanna (typeface) -- Typeface designed by Eric Gill
Wikipedia - Jock (stereotype)
Wikipedia - Jog dial -- Type of knob, ring, wheel or dial used as a device control
Wikipedia - John Jonathon Pratt -- American journalist, newspaper proprietor, and typewriter inventor
Wikipedia - Johnston (typeface) -- Sans-serif typeface
Wikipedia - Joint-eater -- Type of fairy in Celtic mythology
Wikipedia - Joint Electronics Type Designation System -- Unclassified designator for United States military electronic equipment
Wikipedia - Joint mobilization -- Type of passive movement of a skeletal joint
Wikipedia - Joint resolution -- Type of legislative measure adopted by the United States Congress
Wikipedia - Joint-use airport -- A type of airport that is used for both military and civil purposes
Wikipedia - Jokulhlaup -- Type of glacial outburst flood
Wikipedia - Jomolhari (typeface)
Wikipedia - Jonathan Hoefler -- American typeface designer
Wikipedia - Jos Buivenga -- Dutch typeface designer
Wikipedia - Joshin 7000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Journal bearing -- Simplest type of bearing, comprising just a bearing surface and no rolling elements
Wikipedia - JR Freight Class DB500 -- Diesel-hydraulic locomotive type operated in Japan
Wikipedia - JR Freight Class EF510 -- Japanese electric locomotive type
Wikipedia - JR Freight Class EH200 -- Japanese electric locomotive type
Wikipedia - JR Freight Class EH500 -- Japanese electric locomotive type
Wikipedia - JR Shikoku 1000 series -- Japanese diesel multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - JR Shikoku 1200 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - JR Shikoku 1500 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - JR Shikoku 2000 series -- Diesel multiple unit train type operated by JR Shikoku in Japan
Wikipedia - JR Shikoku 5000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - JR Shikoku 6000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - JR Shikoku 7000 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - JR Shikoku 8000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Juanfen -- Type of flat rice noodle in China
Wikipedia - Judiciary Act of 1925 -- Law to allow U.S. Supreme Court discretion in certiorari for most types of cases
Wikipedia - Jujube (confectionery) -- type of candy
Wikipedia - Jungian archetypes -- Universal, archaic symbols and images that derive from the collective unconscious
Wikipedia - Jungian Type Index
Wikipedia - Jung Type Indicator
Wikipedia - Junior school -- Type of school which provides primary education to children
Wikipedia - Junkers Ju 287 -- Prototype German bomber
Wikipedia - Junkers Ju 390 -- German prototype long-range aircraft of WW2.
Wikipedia - Junkers Ju 60 -- German airliner prototype
Wikipedia - Junkers Ju 89 -- Prototype bomber
Wikipedia - Jury trial -- Type of legal trial
Wikipedia - Justification (typesetting)
Wikipedia - K2-19 -- K-type main sequence star
Wikipedia - K3 surface -- A type of smooth complex surface of kodaira dimension 0
Wikipedia - K808 Armored Personnel Carrier -- Type of Korean armored personnel carrier
Wikipedia - Kafr 'Aqab -- Municipality type C in East Jerusalem
Wikipedia - Kagura -- A specific type of Shinto theatrical dance
Wikipedia - Kalachakra stupa -- Type of stupa in Buddhism
Wikipedia - Kalinin K-10 -- Soviet utility aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - Kamin-2 -- Type of Air defense system
Wikipedia - Kamuiyaki ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Kandys -- Type of three-quarter-length Persian coat
Wikipedia - Kangaroo dog -- Australian type of hunting dog
Wikipedia - Kangaroo meat -- Type of meat
Wikipedia - Kani Shawl -- A type of Kashmir shawl
Wikipedia - Kantha -- A type of embroidery
Wikipedia - Kaplan turbine -- Propeller-type water turbine which has adjustable blades
Wikipedia - Karahi -- Type of thick, circular, and deep pan
Wikipedia - Karakoa -- A type of warship from Nusantara
Wikipedia - Karakul (hat) -- A type of hat
Wikipedia - Karashizuke -- A type of Japanese pickled vegetable
Wikipedia - Kargapolye (urban-type settlement) -- Urban-type settlement in Kurgan Oblast, Russia
Wikipedia - Karnak (typeface) -- Slab serif typeface
Wikipedia - Karosa LC 737 -- Prototype long-distance coach
Wikipedia - KARR (Knight Rider) -- Fictional, automated, prototype vehicle
Wikipedia - Karve (ship) -- Ship type
Wikipedia - Karyotype -- Photographic display of total chromosome complement in a cell
Wikipedia - Kasha -- Type of porridge
Wikipedia - Kashmir papier-mM-CM-"che -- A type of handicraft from Kashmir
Wikipedia - Kasina -- Type of Buddhist meditation and objects used in such meditation
Wikipedia - Kaskara -- Type of sword characteristic of Sudan, Chad, and Eritrea
Wikipedia - Katabasis -- Descent of some type
Wikipedia - Kawana ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Keep -- Type of fortified tower built within castles during the Middle Ages by European nobility
Wikipedia - Keihan 10000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keihan 13000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keihan 3000 series (1971) -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keihan 3000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keihan 5000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keihan 600 series -- An electric multiple unit train type operated in Japan since 1984
Wikipedia - Keihan 700 series -- An electric multiple unit train type operated in Japan since 1992
Wikipedia - Keihan 7200 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keihan 8000 series -- An electric multiple unit train type operated in Japan by Keihan Electric Railway since 1989
Wikipedia - Keihan 800 series -- An electric multiple unit train type operated in Japan since 1997
Wikipedia - Keihan 9000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keikyu 1000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keikyu 1500 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keikyu 2000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keikyu 2100 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keikyu 600 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keikyu 700 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keikyu 800 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keikyu N1000 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - Keilbahnhof -- Type of train station located between branching tracks
Wikipedia - Keio 1000 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - Keio 3000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keio 5000 series (2017) -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - Keio 5000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keio 6000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keio 7000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keio 8000 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - Keio 9000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keisei 3000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keisei 3100 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keisei 3300 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keisei 3400 series -- Electric multiple unit train type operated in Japan
Wikipedia - Keisei 3500 series -- Electric multiple unit train type operated by Keisei Electric Railway in Japan
Wikipedia - Keisei 3600 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - Keisei 3700 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keisei AE100 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keisei AE series (1972) -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Keisei AE series (2009) -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kemetic yoga -- Type of yoga practice
Wikipedia - Keratin 21 -- Type I cytokeratin
Wikipedia - Keriorrhea -- Type of diarrhea
Wikipedia - Key lime pie -- Type of pie made with Key lime juice
Wikipedia - Keystone XLB-3 -- Prototype Biplane Bomber
Wikipedia - KH-11 Kennen -- Type of American spy satellite
Wikipedia - Khadir and Bangar -- Distinction of types of river plain in the Indo-Gangetic region
Wikipedia - Khaki drill -- Type of fabric and the military uniforms made of it
Wikipedia - Khamak (Embroidery) -- A type of embroidery in Afghanistan.
Wikipedia - Khanqah -- Type of building in Islamic architecture
Wikipedia - Khasa (cloth) -- Type of textile
Wikipedia - Khobz el-dM-CM-"r -- type of leavened bread made in Morocco
Wikipedia - Kickbike -- Type of scooter
Wikipedia - KiHa 01 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 100 series -- Diesel multiple unit train type operated in Japan
Wikipedia - KiHa 11 -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 120 -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 122 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 130 -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 141 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 150 -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 160 -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 181 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 185 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 187 series -- Diesel multiple unit train type operated by JR West in Japan
Wikipedia - KiHa 189 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 201 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 25 -- Japanese diesel multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 261 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 281 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 283 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 285 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 35 -- Diesel multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 38 -- Diesel multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 40 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 43000 -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 52 -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 59 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 71 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 75 -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa 85 series -- Diesel multiple unit train type operated by JR Central in Japan
Wikipedia - KiHa E120 -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa E130 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - KiHa E200 -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kinase tyrosine-based inhibitory motif -- Type of motif in immunology
Wikipedia - Kind (type theory)
Wikipedia - King cake -- Type of cake associated with Epiphany or Mardi Gras
Wikipedia - King of the Mountain match -- Professional wrestling match type
Wikipedia - Kings Crossing Site -- Archaeological type site
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 15400 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 16200 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 16400 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 16600 series -- Electric multiple unit train type operated in Japan by Kintetsu
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 20000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 22000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 22600 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 23000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 26000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 3000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 3200 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 50000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 6200 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 6820 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 7000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 7020 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 80000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 9020 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kintetsu 9820 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kirza -- Type of artificial leather
Wikipedia - Kistler K-1 -- Rocket type
Wikipedia - Kita-Osaka Kyuko 8000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kita-Osaka Kyuko 9000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kitchen hood -- Type of home appliance that clears smoke from a stove
Wikipedia - Kitchen rudder -- Type of directional propulsion system for vessels
Wikipedia - Kiwellin -- Type of protein
Wikipedia - Kiyomizu ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Klemperer rosette -- Type of gravitational system
Wikipedia - Kleptoparasitism -- Type of animal feeding strategy
Wikipedia - Kliment Voroshilov tank -- Type of heavy tank, Soviet, WW2
Wikipedia - Klomp -- Type of clogs from the Netherlands
Wikipedia - Knarr -- Type of Norse merchant ship used by the Vikings
Wikipedia - Knob-and-tube wiring -- Type of electrical wiring
Wikipedia - Knoller D.I -- 1910s Austria-Hungary prototype aircraft
Wikipedia - Knowledge graph -- Type of knowledge base
Wikipedia - Kobe New Transit 2000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kobe New Transit 8000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kogelberg Sandstone Fynbos -- Vegetation type endemic to the far south of the Western Cape, South Africa
Wikipedia - Koishiwara ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Kolach -- Small, usually sweet, type of pastry
Wikipedia - Kol boreM-DM-^_i -- Type of borek
Wikipedia - Kominato Railway KiHa 200 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kongsi republic -- A type of historical self-governing state in Borneo run by Chinese mining communities
Wikipedia - Korean cannon -- Types of cannon used in Korea
Wikipedia - Kosobe ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Kosode -- Type of historic Japanese clothing
Wikipedia - Kota Doria -- Type of lightweight woven fabric
Wikipedia - KotM-EM-^M ware -- Type of Japanese porcelain ware
Wikipedia - Kringle -- Type of pretzel
Wikipedia - Krumping -- Type of street dance originating from the United States
Wikipedia - Krupp armour -- A type of steel armour used in the construction of capital ships
Wikipedia - K-trivial set -- Type of set in mathematics
Wikipedia - K-type main-sequence star -- Stellar classification
Wikipedia - Kue ape -- Indonesian type of pancake
Wikipedia - Kukri -- Type of blade originating from the Indian subcontinent
Wikipedia - Kumamoto Electric Railway 01 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kumbum -- Type of Tibetan Buddhist temple
Wikipedia - KuMoHa 12 -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Kurdaitcha -- Type of Australian Aboriginal sorcerer
Wikipedia - KwaZulu-Natal coastal lowland forest -- Subtropical forest type from low-lying coastal areas of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Wikipedia - KwaZulu-Natal Dune Forest -- Subtropical forest type from the coastal dunes of KwaZulu-Natal, South Afric
Wikipedia - Kyushu J7W Shinden -- 1945 fighter aircraft prototype series by Kyushu
Wikipedia - L0 Series -- Japanese maglev train type
Wikipedia - L3/33 -- Type of Tankette
Wikipedia - L42A1 -- Type of Sniper rifle
Wikipedia - La belle juive -- Literary archetype
Wikipedia - Labor camp -- Type of prison
Wikipedia - Ladder match -- Professional wrestling match type
Wikipedia - Lady Baltimore cake -- Type of layer cake
Wikipedia - Lady's navel -- Type of pastry
Wikipedia - Lahar -- Violent type of mudflow or debris flow from a volcano
Wikipedia - Lake freighter -- Ship type
Wikipedia - Lamborghini Cala -- Evolution of the P140 prototype automobile envisioned by Italian design house Italdesign as a potential successor to the Jalpa
Wikipedia - Lamborghini P140 -- Series of prototype automobiles developed by Italian automobile manufacturer Lamborghini intended to be the Jalpa's successor
Wikipedia - Laminate flooring -- Type of manufactured floor covering
Wikipedia - Lanai (architecture) -- A type of roofed, open-sided veranda, patio or porch originating in HawaiM-JM-;i
Wikipedia - Lancea (weapon) -- Type of javelin used by the Roman army
Wikipedia - Landau (automobile) -- Type of coach cover
Wikipedia - Landcare Australia -- Type of community non-profit organisation
Wikipedia - Land grid array -- Type of surface-mount packaging for integrated circuits
Wikipedia - Landing Craft Utility -- Type of boat designed for transporting amphibious forces and cargo to shore
Wikipedia - Landing Ship Medium -- Type of American amphibious assault ship
Wikipedia - Landmarkism -- Type of Baptist ecclesiology developed in the American South in the mid-19th century
Wikipedia - Landslide -- Type of natural disasters involving ground movements, often caused by slope instability triggered by specific event
Wikipedia - Lanugo -- Type of hair that is very thin, soft, usually unpigmented, and downy.
Wikipedia - Lap dance -- Type of erotic dance
Wikipedia - Lapphyttan -- Archaeological type site
Wikipedia - Large memory storage and retrieval neural network -- Type of neural network
Wikipedia - Largest organisms -- List of the largest species for various organism types
Wikipedia - Lasary -- Type of Madagascan salad
Wikipedia - Lassa fever -- Viral disease spread by a type of mouse
Wikipedia - Latina stereotypes in hip hop -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Latin lover -- Stereotyped stock character
Wikipedia - LatM-CM-)coere 490 -- French reconnaissance aircraft prototype of 1931
Wikipedia - Lato (typeface)
Wikipedia - Latte art -- Type of decoration on coffee
Wikipedia - Launch service provider -- Type of company which specialises in launching spacecraft
Wikipedia - Launch-type boiler
Wikipedia - Laundry detergent -- Type of detergent used for cleaning laundry
Wikipedia - Lavaka -- A type of gully, formed via groundwater sapping
Wikipedia - Lavra -- Type of monastery consisting of a cluster of cells or caves
Wikipedia - Law report -- a type of series of books that contain case law
Wikipedia - Law review -- Type of scholarly journal focusing on legal issues
Wikipedia - Lazurne (urban-type settlement) -- Urban locality in Kherson Oblast, Ukraine
Wikipedia - L chondrite -- Type of meteorite
Wikipedia - LCM 25 ton type -- Japanese military landing ship
Wikipedia - Lead-cooled fast reactor -- Type of nuclear reactor cooled by molten lead
Wikipedia - Leading -- Spacing between lines of type
Wikipedia - Leapfrog filter -- a type of active circuit electronic filter
Wikipedia - Leap year starting on Sunday -- Type of year AG on a solar calendar according to its starting and ending days in the week
Wikipedia - Lebanese wine -- Type of Wine
Wikipedia - Left-arm orthodox spin -- Type of spin bowling in cricket
Wikipedia - Left-arm unorthodox spin -- Type of spin bowling in cricket
Wikipedia - Left-libertarianism -- Type of libertarianism stressing both individual freedom and social equality
Wikipedia - Legacy-free PC -- Type of personal computer
Wikipedia - Leggings -- Several types of leg coverings
Wikipedia - Legibility Group -- Series of serif typefaces intended for use in newspapers
Wikipedia - Legislative council -- Type of legislative body
Wikipedia - Leg spin -- Type of spin bowling in cricket
Wikipedia - Leighton Radio Telescopes -- Type of dish antenna designed in the 1970s
Wikipedia - Leishmaniasis -- Disease caused by parasites of the Leishmania type
Wikipedia - Le Mans Prototype -- Sportscar endurance racing class
Wikipedia - Le Moustier -- Archaeological locale and type site of the Mousterian culture in south-western France
Wikipedia - L'Eplattenier helmet -- Prototype military helmet designed for the Swiss Army by Charles l'Eplattenier in 1916
Wikipedia - Lethal Lockdown match -- Professional wrestling match type
Wikipedia - Let L-610 -- Transport aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - Letters patent -- type of legal instrument in the form of a published written order
Wikipedia - Leukoaraiosis -- Type of white matter abnormality near the lateral ventricles
Wikipedia - Leukorrhea -- Type of vaginal discharge
Wikipedia - Level junction -- Type of railway junction
Wikipedia - Lewy body dementias -- An umbrella term covering two types of dementia
Wikipedia - LGBT stereotypes -- Uninformed, conventional views towards a minority group
Wikipedia - Liberal arts colleges in the United States -- Type of undergraduate higher education institution
Wikipedia - Liberal arts college -- type of college with an emphasis on undergraduate study in the liberal arts and sciences
Wikipedia - Library of Efficient Data types and Algorithms
Wikipedia - Licensed federal attorney -- Type of US attorney licensure
Wikipedia - Lichenase -- type of enzyme
Wikipedia - Life insurance -- Type of contract
Wikipedia - Life-like cellular automaton -- Type of cellular automaton with similarities to Conway's Game of Life
Wikipedia - Light beer -- Type of beer
Wikipedia - Light cavalry -- Type of soldier that is highly mobile on horseback
Wikipedia - Light industry -- Type of industry
Wikipedia - Light infantry -- Type of mobile infantry
Wikipedia - Light-water reactor -- Type of nuclear reactor that uses normal water
Wikipedia - Ligier JS P320 -- French sports car prototype
Wikipedia - Ligier JS P3 -- French sports car prototype
Wikipedia - Limbo (weapon) -- Type of anti-submarine mortar
Wikipedia - Limelight -- Type of stage lighting once used in theatres and music halls
Wikipedia - Limnic eruption -- Type of volcanic eruption
Wikipedia - Limpet mine -- A type of naval mine which is attached to a target by magnets
Wikipedia - Limp -- Type of asymmetric abnormality of the gait
Wikipedia - Linear settlement -- Type of village
Wikipedia - Lineman's handset -- Type of telephone used for installing and testing telephone lines
Wikipedia - Linkspan -- Type of drawbridge used for moving vehicles on and off a ferry
Wikipedia - Linoleum -- Type of floor covering
Wikipedia - Linotype machine
Wikipedia - Linusorb -- Type of peptide
Wikipedia - Linux Libertine -- Free typeface
Wikipedia - Liquid fluoride thorium reactor -- Type of nuclear reactor that uses molten material as fuel
Wikipedia - Liquid vapor display -- Type of display system
Wikipedia - Liquorice (confectionery) -- Type of candy
Wikipedia - Lis-alis -- Type of traditional vessel from Madura
Wikipedia - Lisfranc injury -- Type of fracture/dislocation injury of the foot
Wikipedia - List (abstract data type) -- Abstract data type used in computer science
Wikipedia - List of aircraft type designators -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of American Type Founders typefaces -- Typeface list
Wikipedia - List of Apple typefaces -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of astrological traditions, types, and systems -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of axial five-stone circles -- Type of stone circle found in southwest Ireland
Wikipedia - List of axial multiple-stone circles -- Type of stone circle found in southwest Ireland
Wikipedia - List of bicycle types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of boat types -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of books by genre or type
Wikipedia - List of bottle types, brands and companies -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of bridge types -- Wikimedia list article about different types of bridges
Wikipedia - List of building types
Wikipedia - List of bus types used in London -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of cancer types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Chinese national-type primary schools in Johor -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Chinese national-type primary schools in Kedah -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Chinese national-type primary schools in Kelantan -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Chinese national-type primary schools in Malacca -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Chinese national-type primary schools in Negeri Sembilan -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Chinese national-type primary schools in Pahang -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Chinese national-type primary schools in Penang -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Chinese national-type primary schools in Perak -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Chinese national-type primary schools in Perlis -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Chinese national-type primary schools in Sabah -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Chinese national-type primary schools in Sarawak -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Chinese national-type primary schools in Selangor -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Chinese national-type primary schools in Terengganu -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Chinese national-type primary schools in the Federal Territories -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of cloud types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of comets by type -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of cookies -- A list of notable cookie (biscuit) types
Wikipedia - List of data types of the Standard Libraries -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of distinct cell types in the adult human body -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of diving environments by type -- The variety of environments that people may dive in
Wikipedia - List of DNS record types
Wikipedia - List of fallacies -- Types of reasoning that are logically incorrect
Wikipedia - List of garden types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of generic types of observances -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of German Type XXIII submarines -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Global Boundary Stratotype Sections and Points -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Halley-type comets -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of haplotype estimation and genotype imputation software -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of house types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of human cell types derived from the germ layers -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of jewellery types -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of legal entity types by country -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of legendary creatures by type -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Le Mans Prototypes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of long tunnels by type -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Macintosh models by case type -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Macintosh models grouped by CPU type -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of marginocephalian type specimens -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Mesozoic theropod type specimens -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of military aircraft of the United States -- Types of military aircraft used by the United States
Wikipedia - List of motorcycles by type of engine -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of mountain types -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of musical band types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of ornithopod type specimens -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of pen types, brands and companies -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of people with type 1 diabetes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of prime numbers -- List of prime numbers and notable types of prime numbers
Wikipedia - List of professional driver types -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of programming languages by type -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of prototype solar-powered cars -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of prototype World War II combat vehicles -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of public signage typefaces -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of RA-Aus certified aircraft types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of recumbent stone circles -- Type of stone circle found in Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Wikipedia - List of RISC OS filetypes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of road types by features -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of rock types -- A list of rock types recognized by geologists
Wikipedia - List of sailboat types
Wikipedia - List of sailing boat types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of sauropodomorph type specimens -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Shadow World races -- Types of fictional living being in a role-playing game
Wikipedia - List of ship types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Tamil national-type primary schools in Johor -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Tamil national-type primary schools in Kedah -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Tamil national-type primary schools in Kuala Lumpur -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Tamil national-type primary schools in Malacca -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Tamil national-type primary schools in Negeri Sembilan -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Tamil national-type primary schools in Pahang -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Tamil national-type primary schools in Penang -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Tamil national-type primary schools in Perak -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Tamil national-type primary schools in Selangor -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of telescope types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of TeX extensions -- Extensions for the TeX typesetting system
Wikipedia - List of thyreophoran type specimens -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of truck types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of type designers -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of typefaces designed by Morris Fuller Benton -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of typefaces included with macOS -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of typefaces included with Microsoft Windows -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of typefaces -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of equilibrium -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of formally designated forests -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of functions -- List of functions in mathematics
Wikipedia - List of types of fur -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of games -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of killing -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of limestone -- Limestone deposits listed by location
Wikipedia - List of types of malnutrition -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of marble -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of mill -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of naval vessels -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of numbers -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of seafood -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of sets -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of spears -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of spoons -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of systems theory -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of websites -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of types of XML schemas -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of U-boat types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of unlicensed and prototype Neo Geo games -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of urban-type settlements in Ukraine by subdivision -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of US locomotive types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of vegetation types of South Africa -- Defined groups of plant communities with similar biotic and abiotic features
Wikipedia - List of verrucous carcinoma subtypes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of vineyard soil types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of waste types -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of World War II vessel types of the United States -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of xanthoma variants associated with hyperlipoproteinemia subtypes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Lists of Chinese national-type primary schools in Malaysia -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Lists of dinosaur type specimens -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Lists of Tamil national-type primary schools in Malaysia -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Literata -- Serif typeface
Wikipedia - Lithium-ion battery -- Rechargeable battery type
Wikipedia - Lithium iron phosphate battery -- Type of Li-ion battery using LiFePOM-bM-^BM-^D
Wikipedia - Lithium (medication) -- type of psychiatric medication
Wikipedia - Lithosphere -- The rigid, outermost shell of a terrestrial-type planet or natural satellite that is defined by its rigid mechanical properties
Wikipedia - Little Boy -- Codename for the type of atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima
Wikipedia - Livenka (music) -- Type of Russian button accordion
Wikipedia - LiveType -- Title sequence creation software by Apple Inc.
Wikipedia - Load cell -- Type of force transducer
Wikipedia - Local council (Israel) -- Type of local government of Israel
Wikipedia - Local news -- Type of news dealing with local subjects
Wikipedia - Lockheed XP-49 -- 1942 fighter aircraft prototype by Lockheed
Wikipedia - Lockheed XP-58 Chain Lightning -- 1944 fighter aircraft prototype by Lockheed
Wikipedia - Lockheed YF-12 -- American prototype interceptor aircraft
Wikipedia - Lockheed YP-24 -- American two-seat fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Locking (dance) -- Type of dance step
Wikipedia - Lodging -- Industry and type of residential accommodation
Wikipedia - Lodranite -- Type of meteorites
Wikipedia - LokM-EM-!a -- Type of potato pancake
Wikipedia - Lombardic capitals -- Type of decorative capital letter
Wikipedia - London Underground 1972 Stock -- Type of rolling stock used on the Bakerloo line of the London Underground
Wikipedia - London Underground C69 and C77 Stock -- Type of sub-surface railway vehicle
Wikipedia - Lonely hearts killer -- Type of killer who met victim by responding to a lonely hearts ad
Wikipedia - Long barrow -- Type of dolmen
Wikipedia - Longdog -- dog of sighthound type, usually cross-bred
Wikipedia - Long gallery -- Type of long, narrow room
Wikipedia - Longitudinal framing -- Type of ship hull structure
Wikipedia - Lorette (prostitution) -- Type of 19th century prostitute
Wikipedia - Loros -- Ceremonial type of imperial Byzantine costume
Wikipedia - Lost-foam casting -- Type of evaporative-pattern casting process
Wikipedia - Lotus T128 (Le Mans Prototype) -- Endurance racing car
Wikipedia - Lourensford Alluvium Fynbos -- Vegetation type that is endemic to Cape Town, South Africa
Wikipedia - Lowboy -- Type of 18th-century American dressing table
Wikipedia - Low-ionization nuclear emission-line region -- Type of galactic nucleus
Wikipedia - Low-pass filter -- Type of signal filter
Wikipedia - Low-power broadcasting -- Type of broadcasting station
Wikipedia - LP-type problem
Wikipedia - LPWAN -- Type of wireless telecommunication wide area network
Wikipedia - L-type asteroid -- Relatively uncommon asteroids
Wikipedia - Lucida -- Typeface family designed by Charles Bigelow and Kris Holmes in 1984
Wikipedia - Luge -- Sliding sport and type of sled
Wikipedia - Luhyny -- Urban-type settlement in Luhyny Raion, Zhytomyr Oblast, Ukraine
Wikipedia - Lunar calendar -- Type of calendar
Wikipedia - Lunge (exercise) -- Type of exercise
Wikipedia - Lungi -- Type of sarong in South Asia
Wikipedia - Luxullianite -- A rare type of granite
Wikipedia - LVG C.VIII -- German WWI prototype aircraft
Wikipedia - LVG D.VI -- WWI German prototype fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - Lyceum -- Type of school, usually a secondary school
Wikipedia - Lydian (typeface) -- Humanist typeface
Wikipedia - Lymphocyte -- Subtype of white blood cell
Wikipedia - M-1965 field jacket -- Type of jacket
Wikipedia - M1 carbine -- Type of carbine
Wikipedia - M250 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - M2 Browning -- Type of heavy machine gun
Wikipedia - M3 submachine gun -- Type of Submachine gun
Wikipedia - M4 autocannon -- Type of autocannon
Wikipedia - M4 carbine -- A type of selective-fire carbine assault rifle
Wikipedia - M4 Sherman -- Type of Medium tank
Wikipedia - M61 Vulcan -- 20 mm gatling type rotary cannon
Wikipedia - Macadam -- Type of road construction pioneered by Scottish engineer John Loudon McAdam
Wikipedia - Macana -- Type of weapon of Taino origin
Wikipedia - Macaroni salad -- Type of pasta salad
Wikipedia - Machete -- A type of broad and heavy knife used especially in Latin American countries for cutting sugarcane, clearing underbrush, and as an improvised weapon.
Wikipedia - Macroethics and microethics -- Type of applied ethics
Wikipedia - Macrophage -- Type of white blood cell
Wikipedia - Madagascar henipavirus -- Henipavirus type.
Wikipedia - Madhalla -- A type of hat
Wikipedia - Madison piercing -- Type of piercing located at the front of the neck
Wikipedia - Mafia -- Type of organized crime enterprise
Wikipedia - Magic lantern -- Type of image projector
Wikipedia - Magic: The Gathering deck types
Wikipedia - Magnetar -- Type of neutron star
Wikipedia - Magnetic-core memory -- A type of computer memory used from 1955 to 1975
Wikipedia - Magnetoresistive RAM -- Novel type of computer memory
Wikipedia - Magnocellular cell -- Type of neuron of the lateral geniculate nucleus of the thalamus
Wikipedia - Magpul PDR -- Prototype bullpup PDW
Wikipedia - Mail jumping -- Type of mail delivery
Wikipedia - Mains electricity -- Type of lower-voltage electricity most commonly provided by utilities
Wikipedia - Major Mitchell's cockatoo -- Type of cockatoo
Wikipedia - Makhnyovo -- Urban-type settlement in Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia
Wikipedia - Makunouchi -- Type of bento box for Japanese meal
Wikipedia - Malapropism -- Type of speech error
Wikipedia - Malcontent -- character archetype common in early modern drama
Wikipedia - Malignant chondroid syringoma -- Type of skin cancer
Wikipedia - Maltese lace -- Type of bobbin lace from Malta; especially a silk guipure of the 19th century
Wikipedia - Mama shop -- Type of convenience store in Singapore
Wikipedia - Mamba (candy) -- Type of candy
Wikipedia - Mambi AMR -- Type of bullpup anti-material rifle
Wikipedia - Mami soup -- Type of noodle soup
Wikipedia - Mammy stereotype
Wikipedia - Managed care -- a type of health insurance system
Wikipedia - Mancala -- Type of count-and-capture game
Wikipedia - Mandaloun -- Type of window used in stately mansions
Wikipedia - Mandatory access control -- Type of access control
Wikipedia - Maneless lion -- Type of male lions that can be without manes or having weak manes
Wikipedia - Mange -- Type of skin disease caused by parasitic mites
Wikipedia - Manicotti -- Type of tube pasta
Wikipedia - Manic Pixie Dream Girl -- Stock character type
Wikipedia - Man-of-war -- Type of Royal Naval warship, from 16th to 19th century
Wikipedia - Manual transmission -- Type of transmission used in motor vehicle applications
Wikipedia - Maple syrup urine disease -- Metabolic disorder affecting branched-chain amino acids. It is one type of organic acidemia.[2] The condition gets its name from the distinctive sweet odor of affected infants' urine
Wikipedia - Marceline (fabric) -- Type of fabric
Wikipedia - Margin (finance) -- A type of financial collateral used to cover credit risk
Wikipedia - Marine clay -- A type of clay found in coastal regions around the world
Wikipedia - Marine reserve -- Type of marine protected area
Wikipedia - Markaz (country subdivision) -- Type of second-level country subdivision in the Middle East
Wikipedia - Marker pen -- Type of writing tool
Wikipedia - Market research -- Type of business activity
Wikipedia - Marking gauge -- Type of measuring tool for woodworking and metalworking
Wikipedia - Mark Simonson -- American typeface designer
Wikipedia - Marlin Model 336 -- Type of lever-action rifle and carbine
Wikipedia - Marraqueta -- Type of bread
Wikipedia - Martin-Baker MB 2 -- British fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Martin-Baker MB 3 -- British fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Martin-Baker MB 5 -- British fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Martin-Lf's type theory
Wikipedia - Martin XB-48 -- American bomber prototype
Wikipedia - Martin XB-51 -- American bomber/attack aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - Martyush -- Urban-type settlement in Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia
Wikipedia - Mary Rose -- Carrack-type warship of the English Tudor navy
Wikipedia - Maschinenfabrik Esslingen GT4 -- Tram type
Wikipedia - Mashiko ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Masonite -- Type of hardboard (kind of engineered wood)
Wikipedia - Mass communication specialist -- United States Navy public affairs type rating
Wikipedia - Mass (liturgy) -- Type of worship service within many Christian denominations
Wikipedia - Mass media in the United States -- Types of media in the United States of America
Wikipedia - Mastering engineer -- Type of audio engineer
Wikipedia - Master of Arts -- Type of master's degree in the fields of humanities and social sciences
Wikipedia - Mathematical fallacy -- A certain type of mistaken proof
Wikipedia - Mating in fungi -- Combination of genetic material between compatible mating types
Wikipedia - Mating type -- Molecular mechanisms that regulate compatibility in sexually reproducing eukaryotes.
Wikipedia - Matthew Carter -- British type designer
Wikipedia - McDonnell Douglas DC-X -- Prototype single-stage-to-orbit rocket, 1990s
Wikipedia - McDonnell Douglas YC-15 -- Prototype aircraft for USAF Advanced Medium STOL Transport competition
Wikipedia - McDonnell XF-88 Voodoo -- Prototype fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - McDonnell XP-67 -- Prototype fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - McSpicy -- Type of fast food hamburger
Wikipedia - M-DM- bejna -- Type of Maltese cheeselet made from sheep's milk
Wikipedia - M-DM-^@ina-kari -- Persian type of interior decoration with cut mirrors
Wikipedia - Mechanical filter -- Type of signal processing filter
Wikipedia - Media bias -- Summarized analysis of various types of media bias.
Wikipedia - Mediated intercultural communication -- Type of communication
Wikipedia - Media type -- Identifier for file formats
Wikipedia - Medical amnesty policy -- Type of law
Wikipedia - Medical imaging in pregnancy -- Types of pregnancy imaging techniques
Wikipedia - Mediterranean climate -- Type of climate
Wikipedia - Medium spiny neuron -- Type of GABAergic neuron in the striatum
Wikipedia - Medullary breast carcinoma -- Rare type of breast cancer
Wikipedia - Medulloblastoma -- Most common type of primary brain cancer in children
Wikipedia - Mega-Earth -- Type of planet
Wikipedia - Megalopolis (city type)
Wikipedia - Megathrust earthquake -- Type of earthquake that occurs at subduction zones at destructive convergent plate boundaries
Wikipedia - Meigan cai -- A type of dry pickled Chinese mustard
Wikipedia - MEI Mercury -- Type of grenade
Wikipedia - Meiosis -- Type of cell division in sexually-reproducing organisms used to produce gametes
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 100 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 1200 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 1380 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 1600 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 1700 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 1800 series -- Japanese electric multiple unit train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 2000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 2200 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 300 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 3150 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 3300 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 3500 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 4000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 5000 series (1955) -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 5000 series (2008) -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 5300 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 5700 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 6000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 7000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 8800 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu 9500 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu DeKi 300 -- Japanese electric locomotive type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu DeKi 400 -- Japanese electric locomotive type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu DeKi 600 -- Japanese electric locomotive type
Wikipedia - Meitetsu KiHa 8000 series -- Diesel multiple unit train type formerly operated in Japan
Wikipedia - Meitetsu KiHa 8500 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Mellon optical memory -- Early type of computer memory
Wikipedia - Melon -- Type of fruit
Wikipedia - Melt sandwich -- Type of cheese sandwich
Wikipedia - M-EM- koda 706 RTO-K -- Protype articulated bus produced by Czechoslovakian bus manufacturers Karosa and M-EM- koda
Wikipedia - M-EM-^LborisM-EM-^Mma ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - M-EM-^Ltani ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Memoir -- Type of autobiographical or biographical writing
Wikipedia - Memory-bound function -- Type of computing function
Wikipedia - Memphis (typeface) -- Slab serif typeface
Wikipedia - Sravakayana -- Mahayana Buddhist term referring to certain types of Buddhist doctrine
Wikipedia - Mendelian inheritance -- Type of biological inheritance
Wikipedia - Mendicant orders -- Type of religious lifestyle
Wikipedia - Menstrual cycle -- A type of ovulation cycle where the endometrium is shed if pregnancy does not occur
Wikipedia - Merchant account -- Type of business bank account for accepting payments
Wikipedia - Mercury-in-glass thermometer -- Type of thermometer
Wikipedia - Mercury-manganese star -- Type of star with a prominent spectral line due to absorption from ionized mercury
Wikipedia - Mercury pressure gauge -- Type of manometer
Wikipedia - Mergers and acquisitions -- Type of corporate transaction
Wikipedia - Meristem -- Type of plant tissue involved in cell proliferation
Wikipedia - Merkle tree -- Type of data structure
Wikipedia - Mesenchyme -- Type of connective tissue found mostly during the embryonic development of bilateral triploblast animals
Wikipedia - Mesostic -- Type of poem or text
Wikipedia - Mesotype didymata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Mesotype parallelolineata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Mesotype verberata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Messerschmitt Bf 161 -- German reconnaissance aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - Messerschmitt Bf 162 -- German light bomber prototype
Wikipedia - Messerschmitt Bf 163 -- German reconnaissance aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - Messerschmitt-Caudron MeC 164 -- German/French airliner prototype
Wikipedia - Messerschmitt Me 209 (1943) -- German fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Messerschmitt Me 261 -- German reconnaissance aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - Messerschmitt Me 263 -- German fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Messerschmitt Me 264 -- German strategic bomber prototype
Wikipedia - Messerschmitt Me 309 -- German fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Messerschmitt Me 310 -- German heavy fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Messerschmitt Me 328 -- German parasite fighter prototypes
Wikipedia - Messerschmitt P.1099 -- German fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Messerschmitt P.1101 -- German fighter prototype
Wikipedia - Metabotropic receptor -- Type of membrane receptor that acts through a second messenger
Wikipedia - Metachanda thaleropis -- Type species of moth genus Metachanda
Wikipedia - Metafont -- Description language used to define rastertype fonts
Wikipedia - Metallic bonding -- Type of chemical bond in metals
Wikipedia - Metal -- Type of material
Wikipedia - Meta-reference -- Special type of self-reference
Wikipedia - Metastereotype -- A group's own perceptions of how it is stereotypically viewed by another group
Wikipedia - METATYPE1
Wikipedia - Methuselah (cellular automaton) -- Type of pattern that takes many generations to stabilize
Wikipedia - Metoprolol -- Medication of the selective M-NM-21 receptor blocker type
Wikipedia - Metro Manila Transit Corporation Double-Decker Bus -- Type of bus
Wikipedia - Metropolitan borough -- Type of local government district in England
Wikipedia - Metropolitan county -- Type of county-level administrative division of England
Wikipedia - Metropolitan municipality -- Type of municipality established in some countries to serve a metropolitan area
Wikipedia - Mezzo-soprano -- Type of classical female singing voice whose vocal range lies between the soprano and the contralto voice types
Wikipedia - MGWR Class 1 -- Irish rail locomotive type
Wikipedia - MI 09 -- Type of double-decker, dual-voltage electric multiple unit trainsets operated on the French RER A line
Wikipedia - MI 2N -- Type of double-decker, dual-voltage electric multiple unit trainsets operated on the French RER network
Wikipedia - Microconsole -- Type of video game console
Wikipedia - Microdrive -- Type of hard drive intended to provide a higher-capacity alternative to memory cards
Wikipedia - Micro injection molding -- A type of plastics manufacturing process
Wikipedia - Microsoft TypeScript
Wikipedia - Microvesicles -- Type of extracellular vesicle
Wikipedia - Middle power -- Type of state
Wikipedia - Midget car racing -- Type of racing using midget cars
Wikipedia - Mikoyan-Gurevich DIS -- 1941 fighter aircraft prototype by Mikoyan-Gurevich
Wikipedia - Mikoyan-Gurevich Ye-150 family -- Prototype interceptor series designed by Mikoyan-Gurevich
Wikipedia - Mild ale -- Type of ale with a predominantly malty palate
Wikipedia - Military fork -- Type of pole weapon
Wikipedia - Military training leader -- Type of non-commissioned officer in the USAF
Wikipedia - Milk allergy -- Type of food allergy caused by milk
Wikipedia - Millet wine -- Type of alcoholic beverage
Wikipedia - Millipede memory -- Novel type of computer memory
Wikipedia - MIME media type
Wikipedia - Mimeograph -- Type of duplicating machine
Wikipedia - MIME type
Wikipedia - Mina'i ware -- Type of Persian pottery
Wikipedia - Minecart -- Type of rail vehicle used with mine railways
Wikipedia - MiniM-CM-) ball -- A type of conical projectile for mid 19th century rifles.
Wikipedia - Minimum-shift keying -- Type of continuous-phase frequency-shift keying
Wikipedia - Minimum viable product -- Prototype safe for public use
Wikipedia - Mini-Neptune -- Type of planet
Wikipedia - Ministry of Defence -- Type of ministry responsible for the armed forces and related agencies
Wikipedia - Ministry of Transport -- Type of ministry responsible for transport
Wikipedia - Minivan -- Type of van designed for personal use
Wikipedia - Minnesota nice -- Cultural stereotype applied to Minnesotans.
Wikipedia - Minor seventh chord -- Type of musical chord
Wikipedia - Mino ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Mino washi -- Type of Japanese paper created in Gifu Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - MIoTy -- Type of wireless telecommunication wide area network
Wikipedia - Mira variable -- Type of variable star
Wikipedia - Miscegenation -- Pejorative term referring to reproduction by people considered to be of different racial types
Wikipedia - Missing trader fraud -- Type of Value Added Tax fraud
Wikipedia - Mite -- type of arthropod
Wikipedia - Mixed flow compressor -- Type of gas compressor
Wikipedia - Mixed-use development -- Type of urban development strategy
Wikipedia - MLW Battle Riot -- Major League Wrestling match type
Wikipedia - MM-CM-$rkische D.I -- WWI French prototype fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - Manuka honey -- Type of honey
Wikipedia - Mniotype deluccai -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Mobcap -- Type of headwear
Wikipedia - Mobile hospital -- Type of hospital designed to be moved to crisis zones
Wikipedia - Modal haplotype -- Ancestral haplotype derived from the DNA test results of a specific group of people
Wikipedia - Modal logic -- Type of formal logic
Wikipedia - Model-free (reinforcement learning) -- Type of machine learning algorithm
Wikipedia - Mode (music) -- Type of musical scale
Wikipedia - Moderate nationalism -- Type of nationalism
Wikipedia - Modern architecture -- Broad type of architecture
Wikipedia - Modern Sub Machine Carbine -- Type of submachine gun
Wikipedia - Moderus Gamma -- Tram type built by Modertrans Poznan
Wikipedia - Mode water -- A type of water mass which is nearly vertically homogeneous
Wikipedia - Module:Pagetype/config
Wikipedia - Module:Pagetype
Wikipedia - Mohs surgery -- Microscopically controlled surgery used to treat common types of skin cancer
Wikipedia - Moisturizer -- Type of cosmetics
Wikipedia - Molasse -- A type of sedimentary rock deposit associated with the formation of mountain chains.
Wikipedia - Molecular cloud -- Type of interstellar cloud
Wikipedia - Mole (espionage) -- Type of spy
Wikipedia - Molly Mormon -- Mormon stereotype
Wikipedia - Molniya orbit -- Type of high-latitude satellite orbit
Wikipedia - Molten salt reactor -- Type of nuclear reactor cooled by molten material
Wikipedia - Monad (functional programming) -- Design pattern in functional programming to build generic types
Wikipedia - Mongolian spot -- Type of birthmark
Wikipedia - Monkey's fist -- Type of knot
Wikipedia - Monkey wrench -- Type of adjustable wrench
Wikipedia - Monocle -- Type of corrective lens
Wikipedia - Monocyte -- Subtype of leukocytes
Wikipedia - Monofloral honey -- Type of honey
Wikipedia - Monolingual learner's dictionary -- Type of dictionary designed to meet the reference needs of people learning a foreign language
Wikipedia - Monorail camera -- Type of camera
Wikipedia - Monotype Imaging -- American typesetting and typeface design company founded in 1887
Wikipedia - Monotype System
Wikipedia - Monotype system -- Typesetting system
Wikipedia - Monster's Ball match -- Professional wrestling match type
Wikipedia - Monte Carlo (biscuit) -- Type of Australian sweet biscuit
Wikipedia - Monument -- Type of structure either explicitly created to commemorate a person or important event
Wikipedia - Mooncraft Shiden -- Japanese prototype race car
Wikipedia - Moon type -- Writing system for the blind
Wikipedia - Moorland -- Type of habitat found in upland areas with (sometimes marshy) poor acid soil and overgrown with low vegetation
Wikipedia - Morane-Saulnier MS.224 -- 1930s French prototype fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - Morane-Saulnier TRK -- WW1 French prototype bomber aircraft
Wikipedia - Morganatic marriage -- Type of marriage between people of unequal social rank
Wikipedia - Mornay sauce -- Type of bM-CM-)chamel sauce including cheese
Wikipedia - Moroi -- |A type of vampire or ghost in Romanian folklore
Wikipedia - Morris Fuller Benton -- American typeface designer
Wikipedia - Moshav shitufi -- type of cooperative Israeli village
Wikipedia - Moshav -- Type of cooperative agricultural community
Wikipedia - Moss graffiti -- Type of street art that uses living moss to write on the walls of public spaces
Wikipedia - Motorcycle ambulance -- Type of emergency vehicle
Wikipedia - Motor Development International -- Is a French company designing compressed air car prototypes
Wikipedia - Motor torpedo boat -- Type of fast torpedo boat
Wikipedia - Motte-and-bailey fallacy -- Type of informal fallacy
Wikipedia - Mountain bike -- Type of bicycle
Wikipedia - Movable Type
Wikipedia - Movable type
Wikipedia - Movie camera -- Special type of camera used to shoot movies
Wikipedia - Movie palace -- Type of movie theater
Wikipedia - Moving average -- type of statistical measure over subsets of a dataset
Wikipedia - MOX fuel -- Type of nuclear fuel
Wikipedia - Mozzarella -- Type of semi-soft Italian cheese
Wikipedia - Mr. Bali Hai -- Type of cocktail
Wikipedia - MRI contrast agent -- Types of contrast agents used for magnetic resonance imaging
Wikipedia - Mrs Eaves -- Transitional serif typeface designed by Zuzana Licko
Wikipedia - MS Serif -- Raster typeface included with Microsoft Windows
Wikipedia - M-type asteroid -- Asteroid spectral type
Wikipedia - Mucopolysaccharidosis type VII
Wikipedia - Muffuletta -- Bread and sandwich type
Wikipedia - Mug -- Type of cup
Wikipedia - Mule (shoe) -- Type of shoe
Wikipedia - Muller glia -- Glial cell type in the retina
Wikipedia - Multibeam echosounder -- A type of sonar used to map the seabed
Wikipedia - Multi-compartment model -- Type of mathematical model
Wikipedia - Multifilament fishing line -- A braided line which is made of a type of polyethylene
Wikipedia - Multinucleate -- Cell type
Wikipedia - Multiple-channel architecture -- Type of wireless network design
Wikipedia - Multiple master fonts -- Extension to Adobe Systems' Type 1 PostScript fonts
Wikipedia - Multiplication theorem -- A type of identity obeyed by many special functions related to the gamma function
Wikipedia - Mumbaqat -- Archaeological type site
Wikipedia - MumyM-EM-^Mi ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Municipal borough -- Former type of British and Irish local government
Wikipedia - Municipal city (Vietnam) -- Type of second-tier subdivision of Vietnam
Wikipedia - Municipalities of Denmark -- Type of administrative division in Denmark
Wikipedia - Municipal solid waste -- Type of waste consisting of everyday items discarded by the public
Wikipedia - Murabaha -- Type of Islamic finance
Wikipedia - Murder for body parts -- type of crime
Wikipedia - Murder of pregnant women -- Type of homicide
Wikipedia - Murus Gallicus -- Type of defensive wall from the Iron Age
Wikipedia - Muscle fascicle -- Bundle of skeletal muscle fibers surrounded by perimysium, a type of connective tissue
Wikipedia - Muscovado -- Type of unrefined brown sugar
Wikipedia - Musical fountain -- Type of animated fountain for entertainment purposes
Wikipedia - Music hall -- Type of British theatrical entertainment popular between 1850 and 1960
Wikipedia - MV Agusta 500 Six -- Italian prototype racing motorcycle
Wikipedia - MVG Class A -- German U-Bahn train type operated in Munich
Wikipedia - MVG Class B -- German U-Bahn train type operated in Munich
Wikipedia - MVG Class C -- German U-Bahn train type operated in Munich
Wikipedia - MX record -- Type of resource record in the Domain Name System (DNS)
Wikipedia - Myakka (soil) -- Soil type
Wikipedia - Mycofactocin -- Type of peptide
Wikipedia - Myers-Briggs Type Indicator -- Model of personality types
Wikipedia - Myocyte -- Type of cell found in muscle tissue
Wikipedia - Mysore Agarbathi -- Type of incense sticks made in India
Wikipedia - Mysore peta -- A type of turban
Wikipedia - Mythological king -- Archetype in mythology
Wikipedia - Myth -- Type of traditional narrative
Wikipedia - N700 Series Shinkansen -- Japanese high speed train type
Wikipedia - Naamloze vennootschap -- Type of business entity under Dutch law
Wikipedia - Nabeshima ware -- Type of Japanese porcelain ware
Wikipedia - Nacional Typefoundry -- Closed type foundry in Spain
Wikipedia - Nagamaki -- Type of Japanese sword with an extra long handle
Wikipedia - Nagano Electric Railway 2000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nagano Electric Railway 2100 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Naga shawl -- A type of Shawl
Wikipedia - Naginata -- Type of pole weapon
Wikipedia - Nagoya Municipal Subway 2000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nagoya Municipal Subway 3000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nagoya Municipal Subway 3050 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nagoya Municipal Subway 5000 series -- Japanese train type operated in Nagoya from 1980 to 2015, and subsequently in Buenos Aires
Wikipedia - Nagoya Municipal Subway 5050 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nagoya Municipal Subway 6000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nagoya Municipal Subway 6050 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nagoya Municipal Subway 7000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nagoya Municipal Subway N1000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nagoya Municipal Subway N3000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nail gun -- Type of power tool
Wikipedia - Nakajima Ki-11 -- Prototype 20th century Japanese fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - Nakshi kantha -- A type of embroidered quilt
Wikipedia - Nankai 12000 series -- Electric multiple unit (EMU) train type operated in Japan by Nankai Electric Railway
Wikipedia - Nankai 2300 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nankai 50000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nankai 8000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nankai 8300 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nankai 9000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nano-RAM -- Novel computer memory type
Wikipedia - Napoleon Sweets -- Type of candy mostly from the Benelux
Wikipedia - Narcissistic supply -- Type of admiration, interpersonal support or sustenance drawn by an individual from his or her environment and essential to their self-esteem.
Wikipedia - Narrowboat -- Type of English canal boat
Wikipedia - NASA M2-F1 -- Lifting body prototype
Wikipedia - Nasri Khattar -- Lebanese architect and type designer
Wikipedia - Natalyinsk -- Urban-type settlement in Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia
Wikipedia - National Assembly -- Type of legislative body
Wikipedia - National forest (Brazil) -- Type of protected area in Brazil
Wikipedia - National park (Brazil) -- Type of protected area in Brazilian law
Wikipedia - National recreation area -- Type of protected area in the United States
Wikipedia - National Register of Historic Places property types
Wikipedia - Native advertising -- Type of advertising, that matches the form and function of the platform upon which it appears
Wikipedia - Natural killer cell -- Type of cytotoxic lymphocyte
Wikipedia - Natural rights and legal rights -- Two types of rights theoretically distinct according to philosophers and political scientists
Wikipedia - Naval ram -- Type of naval weapon
Wikipedia - Navel piercing -- Type of piercing located in, or around, the navel
Wikipedia - NBC suit -- Type of military personal protective equipment
Wikipedia - Nearest neighbor graph -- Type of directed graph
Wikipedia - Neats and scruffies -- Types of artificial intelligence research
Wikipedia - Nebiolo Printech -- Italian printing press manufacturer and former type foundry
Wikipedia - Neckbeard (slang) -- Pejorative term and stereotype for men
Wikipedia - Necklacing -- Type of summary execution and torture
Wikipedia - Needle telegraph -- Type of electrical telegraph
Wikipedia - Neo-Bechstein -- Type of electric grand piano
Wikipedia - Neocognitron -- Type of artificial neural network
Wikipedia - Neo-nationalism -- Type of nationalism that rose in the mid-2010s
Wikipedia - Nephalia -- Type of Hellenic religious offerings
Wikipedia - Netbook -- Type of legacy free laptops, meant to be small and cheap
Wikipedia - Net laying ship -- Ship type built to lay and maintain steel anti-torpedo or anti-submarine nets
Wikipedia - Network motif -- Type of sub-graph
Wikipedia - Neural Style Transfer -- Type of software algorithm for image manipulation
Wikipedia - Neural therapy -- Type of alternative medicine
Wikipedia - Neurofibromatosis type II -- Type of neurofibromatosis disease
Wikipedia - Neurofibromatosis type I -- Type of neurofibromatosis disease
Wikipedia - Neurogliaform cell -- Type of interneuron
Wikipedia - Neutron star merger -- Type of stellar collision
Wikipedia - Neutropenia -- Abnormally low concentration of neutrophils (a type of white blood cell) in the blood
Wikipedia - Neutrophil -- Most abundant type of granulocytes and the most abundant white blood cell
Wikipedia - Nevus of Ota -- Type of human birthmark
Wikipedia - New Typesetting System
Wikipedia - Ney -- Wind instrument (type of flute)
Wikipedia - NF-M-NM-:B -- Nuclear transcriptional activator that binds to enhancer elements in many different cell types
Wikipedia - Nice Jewish boy stereotype
Wikipedia - Niche perfume -- Type of perfume company
Wikipedia - Nicholas Benson -- American stone carver and typeface designer
Wikipedia - Nickel-iron battery -- Type of rechargeable battery
Wikipedia - Nickelodeon (movie theater) -- Type of early movie theater
Wikipedia - Nicolas Jenson -- 15th century French engraver, printer and type designer
Wikipedia - Nidhi company -- Type of finance company in India
Wikipedia - Nieuport Triplane -- French fighter prototype
Wikipedia - NiFe hydrogenase -- Type of hydrogenase
Wikipedia - Night bomber -- Type of bomber designed to operate at night
Wikipedia - Nike Hercules -- Type of surface-to-air missile
Wikipedia - Nike Zeus -- Type of anti-ballistic missile
Wikipedia - Nikol A-2 -- Polish amphibious flying boat prototype
Wikipedia - Nilland -- Slab serif typeface
Wikipedia - Nimcha -- Type of sabre from North Africa
Wikipedia - Nimo tube -- Type of vacuum tube display
Wikipedia - Nine-ball -- Type of cue sport
Wikipedia - Ninja -- Type of covert agent or mercenary in feudal Japan
Wikipedia - Nishitetsu 3000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nishitetsu 8000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nishitetsu 9000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Nissan E engine -- Type of automobile engine
Wikipedia - Nitrate -- Type of ion, commonly found in explosives and fertilisers
Wikipedia - Nivalenol -- type of mycotoxin
Wikipedia - NLRP -- NALP, is a type of NOD-like receptor.[1] NLRP proteins are part of the innate immunity and detect conserved pathogen characteristics
Wikipedia - Noctuidae -- Type of moths commonly known as owlet moths, cutworms or armyworms
Wikipedia - Noise (spectral phenomenon) -- Types of noise
Wikipedia - Nokia Pure -- Typeface
Wikipedia - No-knock warrant -- Type of search warrant for law-enforcement entry to property
Wikipedia - Nominal type system
Wikipedia - Nominative type system
Wikipedia - Non-aggression pact -- Type of international treaty
Wikipedia - Non-compact stencil -- Type of discretization method
Wikipedia - Nonfiction -- Type of genre, true works
Wikipedia - Non-Hodgkin lymphoma -- A type of cancer of lymph-nodes
Wikipedia - Nonhomogeneous Gaussian regression -- Type of statistical regression analysis
Wikipedia - Non-ionizing radiation -- Any type of electromagnetic radiation that does not carry enough energy per quantum to ionize atoms or molecules
Wikipedia - Non-metropolitan district -- Type of local government district in England
Wikipedia - Non-military armored vehicle -- Type of a vehicle
Wikipedia - Non-volatile random-access memory -- Type of computer memory
Wikipedia - Norbu (sweetener) -- type of sugar substitute
Wikipedia - Nordic churches in London -- Type of Christian church in London
Wikipedia - Normal lens -- Type of photography and cinematography lens
Wikipedia - Norovirus -- Type of viruses that cause gastroenteritis
Wikipedia - North American F-107 -- 1956 prototype fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - North American XB-28 Dragon -- American bomber prototype
Wikipedia - North American XB-70 Valkyrie -- Prototype supersonic strategic bomber
Wikipedia - North American YF-93 -- Prototype fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - Northern Pacific class S-10 -- Historic type of railroad steam engine
Wikipedia - Northrop F-20 Tigershark -- Prototype fighter aircraft developed from F-5
Wikipedia - Northrop M2-F2 -- Lifting body prototype
Wikipedia - Northrop M2-F3 -- Lifting body prototype aircraft
Wikipedia - Northrop XP-79 -- Prototype flying wing fighter aircraft
Wikipedia - Northrop YA-13 -- American attack aircraft prototype
Wikipedia - Northrop YA-9 -- Prototype attack aircraft developed for the US Air Force A-X program
Wikipedia - Northrop YB-35 -- American flying-wing bomber prototype
Wikipedia - Northrop YB-49 -- American flying-wing bomber prototype
Wikipedia - Northrop YF-23 -- Prototype fighter aircraft for the US Air Force Advanced Tactical Fighter program
Wikipedia - Norton Dunstall -- Type of Norton motorcycle
Wikipedia - Not a typewriter -- Error code
Wikipedia - NR Brunel -- Typeface
Wikipedia - NS Mat '64 -- Dutch train type
Wikipedia - Nuclear-powered icebreaker -- Ship type capable of navigating through waters covered with ice
Wikipedia - Nuraghe -- Ancient type of tower common in Sardinia
Wikipedia - Nursing home -- Type of residential care
Wikipedia - Nut (fruit) -- In botany, type of dry indehiscent fruit
Wikipedia - Nutritional yeast -- type of deactivated yeast
Wikipedia - NVDIMM -- Type of random-access memory for computers
Wikipedia - Nyala (typeface) -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Nymphaeum -- Type of monument in ancient Greece and Rome
Wikipedia - Oak savanna -- Type of savanna-or lightly forested grassland- where oaks are the dominant trees.
Wikipedia - Oatfield Emerald -- Type of chocolate toffee sweet
Wikipedia - Object-oriented user interface -- Type of user interface
Wikipedia - Object type (object-oriented programming)
Wikipedia - Oblasts of Ukraine -- Type of first-level administrative division of Ukraine
Wikipedia - Obligate parasite -- Type of organism
Wikipedia - Observation balloon -- Type of balloon used for intelligence gathering
Wikipedia - Occupational burnout -- Type of psychological stress
Wikipedia - Ocean world -- Type of planet with a surface completely covered by an ocean of water
Wikipedia - Octant (instrument) -- Measuring instrument used primarily in navigation; type of reflecting instrument
Wikipedia - Octave effect -- Type of audio effects unit
Wikipedia - OD 82/SE -- Type of Hand Grenade
Wikipedia - Odakyu 30000 series EXE -- Electric multiple unit train type operated by the Odakyu Electric Railway in Japan
Wikipedia - Odakyu 4000 series -- Electric multiple unit train type operated by Odakyu Electric Railway in Japan
Wikipedia - Odakyu 5000 series (2019) -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Odakyu 5000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Odakyu 9000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Ode -- Type of lyrical stanza
Wikipedia - Offensive (military) -- Type of military operation
Wikipedia - Offshore embedded anchors -- Type of anchor
Wikipedia - Ofukei ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Okinawa soba -- Type of Japanese noodle
Wikipedia - Old-fashioned doughnut -- Type of deep fried food
Wikipedia - Old fashioned glass -- Type of cup
Wikipedia - Old Russian chronicles -- Type of Ancient Slavic literature
Wikipedia - Olfactory ensheathing cell -- Type of macroglia that ensheath unmyelinated olfactory neurons
Wikipedia - Oligodendrocyte -- Neural cell type
Wikipedia - Olive loaf -- Type of meatloaf stuffed with olives
Wikipedia - Oliver Typewriter Company -- American typewriter manufacturer
Wikipedia - Olive salad -- Type of salad
Wikipedia - Oltului -- Type of Romanian folk song, or Doina, sung near the area of the River Olt
Wikipedia - Omega Sagittarii -- G-type subgiant star in the constellation of Sagittarius
Wikipedia - Omnibus spending bill -- Type of appropriations bill
Wikipedia - On-again, off-again relationship -- Type of interpersonal relationship
Wikipedia - Oncotype (Denmark) -- interactive design group
Wikipedia - One-shot (comics) -- Type of comic book
Wikipedia - Onggi -- Type of Korean earthenware
Wikipedia - Online console gaming -- Type of electronic gaming
Wikipedia - Online degree -- Type of academic degree
Wikipedia - Online electric vehicle -- Type of electric vehicle
Wikipedia - Online health communities -- Type of Internet community
Wikipedia - OnryM-EM-^M -- Type of ghost in Japanese folklore
Wikipedia - Onta ware -- Type of Japanese pottery
Wikipedia - Ootheca -- Type of egg mass made by some molluscs, mantises and cockroaches
Wikipedia - Opaque data type
Wikipedia - Open Sans -- Sans-serif typeface
Wikipedia - Open-source Unicode typefaces
Wikipedia - OpenType math
Wikipedia - OpenType -- File format
Wikipedia - Open-wheel car -- Type of automobile
Wikipedia - Open world -- Type of computer game design
Wikipedia - Operant conditioning -- Type of associative learning process
Wikipedia - Opioid epidemic -- Type of drug epidemic
Wikipedia - Optical ground wire -- Type of cable
Wikipedia - Optical mouse -- Type of computer mouse
Wikipedia - Optional preferential voting -- Type of preferential voting system
Wikipedia - Option type
Wikipedia - Oral rehydration therapy -- Type of fluid replacement used to prevent and treat dehydration
Wikipedia - Orbcomm (satellite) -- Type of low Earth orbit communications satellite
Wikipedia - Orbital piercing -- Type of double hole body piercing
Wikipedia - Orda (organization) -- Type of organization
Wikipedia - Order type -- Isomorphism type of ordered sets
Wikipedia - Ordinal data type
Wikipedia - Ordinal number -- Order type of a well-ordered set
Wikipedia - Ordination hall -- Type of Buddhist building
Wikipedia - Oreca 03 -- Sports prototype racing car built by Oreca for competition in Le Mans Prototype 2 class motorsports
Wikipedia - Ore genesis -- How the various types of mineral deposits form within the Earth's crust.
Wikipedia - Oriel window -- Type of bay window
Wikipedia - Orphan (typesetting)
Wikipedia - Orthogonal array -- Type of mathematical array
Wikipedia - Orthographic ligature -- Glyph combining two or more letterforms in a single typeset or handwritten character
Wikipedia - Orzo -- type of pasta
Wikipedia - Osaka Monorail 1000 series -- Japanese monorail train type
Wikipedia - Osaka Monorail 2000 series -- Japanese monorail train type
Wikipedia - Osaka Municipal Subway 30000 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Osaka Municipal Subway 70 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Osaka Municipal Subway New 20 series -- Japanese train type
Wikipedia - Osakeyhtio -- Type of business entity in Finland
Wikipedia - Oscillator (cellular automaton) -- Type of pattern that returns to its original configuration after a number of steps
Wikipedia - OSType
Wikipedia - Oswald Bruce Cooper -- American type and graphic designer
Wikipedia - Ottoman (furniture) -- Type of furniture
Wikipedia - Ouch! (gum) -- Type of sugar-free bubble gum
Wikipedia - Outrunner -- Type of BLDC motor whose rotor is exposed and forms the outer shell of the motor; the shell moves (spins) during operation
Wikipedia - Outwork -- Type of fortification
Wikipedia - Oval barrow -- Type of barrow
Wikipedia - Overhead valve engine -- Type of piston engine
Wikipedia - Overpass (typeface) -- Open-source digital sans-serif typeface family
Wikipedia - Over-under -- Type of wager at a sportsbook
Wikipedia - Ovidiopol -- Urban-type settlement in Odesa Oblast, Ukraine
Wikipedia - Oxisol -- A soil type known for occurring in tropical rain forests
Wikipedia - Ox tongue spear -- Type of pole weapon
Wikipedia - P107 -- Type of Half-track prime mover/cargo transport
Wikipedia - Pacinian corpuscle -- Type of mechanoreceptor cell in hairless mammals
Wikipedia - Pack animal -- Individual or type of working animal used by humans
Wikipedia - Pagri (turban) -- Type of turban
Wikipedia - Pain -- Type of unpleasant feeling
Wikipedia - Pair-instability supernova -- Type of high-energy supernova in very large stars
Wikipedia - Pakistani rug -- Type of handmade carpet
Wikipedia - Palatino -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Palestinian cuisine -- Types of food in Palestine culture
Wikipedia - Paludarium -- A type of vivarium that incorporates both terrestrial and aquatic elements
Wikipedia - Paned window (architecture) -- Type of window in architecture
Wikipedia - Paneer -- Type of fresh cheese
Wikipedia - Panettone -- Type of sweet bread loaf originally from Milan, Italy
Wikipedia - Panineman -- Type of fishing boat
Wikipedia - Pan-Slavic language -- Type of constructed language
Wikipedia - Pantechnicon van -- Type of delivery van
Wikipedia - Pantellerite -- A peralkaline rhyolite type of volcanic rock
Wikipedia - Panthera F9 -- Type of Armored Personnel Carrier
Wikipedia - Pantile -- Type of fired roof tile
Wikipedia - Pantyhose for men -- A type of pantyhose for male use.
Wikipedia - Pao cai -- A type of pickle in Chinese, and particularly Sichuan cuisine
Wikipedia - Papal bull -- Type of letters patent or charter issued by a Pope of the Catholic Church
Wikipedia - Parabolic arch -- Type of arch shape
Wikipedia - Paradigm -- Distinct concepts or thought patterns or archetypes
Wikipedia - Parasitic plant -- Type of plant that derives some or all of its nutritional requirements from another living plant
Wikipedia - Parazonium -- Type of dagger
Wikipedia - Parimutuel betting -- Betting system in which all bets of a particular type are placed together in a pool
Wikipedia - Park police -- Type of security police
Wikipedia - Parmigiano-Reggiano -- Type of hard Italian cheese
Wikipedia - Parsing expression grammar -- Type of grammar for describing formal languages
Wikipedia - Partially linear model -- Type of statistical model
Wikipedia - Participatory economics -- Type of economic system
Wikipedia - Partisan (weapon) -- Type of pole weapon
Wikipedia - Pas d'armes -- The pas d'armes or passage of arms was a type of chivalric hastilude that evolved in the late 14th century and remained popular through the 15th century
Wikipedia - Pashteen hat -- A type of hat
Wikipedia - Passage grave -- Type of megalithic tomb
Wikipedia - Pastebin -- Type of online content hosting service where users can store plain text
Wikipedia - Patented track crane -- Type of crane
Wikipedia - Patent model -- Type of functional model used to illustrate features of a patent
Wikipedia - Paternoster lift -- Type of elevator
Wikipedia - Patiala salwar -- A type of salwar (trouser)
Wikipedia - Patikulamanasikara -- Type of traditional Buddhist meditation
Wikipedia - Pauli Pallas -- Spanish anarchist and typesetter
Wikipedia - Pavement (architecture) -- Stone or tile structure which can serve as floor; pavement type with solid blocks
Wikipedia - Pavilion -- Type of building
Wikipedia - Payment processor -- type of financial service provider facilitating payment transactions
Wikipedia - PC bang -- Type of LAN gaming center in South Korea
Wikipedia - PDS 70 -- T Tauri-type star
Wikipedia - Peach -- a type of fruit tree, or its fruit
Wikipedia - Peafowl -- Type of bird
Wikipedia - Pea galaxy -- Possibly a type of luminous blue compact galaxy which is undergoing very high rates of star formation
Wikipedia - Pea soup fog -- Type of smog
Wikipedia - Pedal steel guitar -- Console-type of steel guitar with foot pedals to raise and lower the pitch of the strings
Wikipedia - Pedant -- Personality type; person obsessed with detail or process, often negatively perceived
Wikipedia - Peek (data type operation)
Wikipedia - Peer-to-peer -- Type of decentralized and distributed network architecture
Wikipedia - Peignot (typeface) -- Typeface
Wikipedia - Pekarangan -- A type of home garden developed in Indonesia
Wikipedia - Peking glass -- type of glass
Wikipedia - Pell's equation -- Type of Diophantine equation
Wikipedia - Pendeloque -- Type of cut used on gemstones
Wikipedia - Penetrating trauma -- Type of injury
Wikipedia - Peninsula Granite Fynbos -- Vegetation type endemic to the city of Cape Town, South Africa
Wikipedia - Peninsula Sandstone Fynbos -- Vegetation type endemic to the Cape Peninsula in Cape Town, South Africa
Wikipedia - Peninsula Shale Renosterveld -- Vegetation type that is endemic to the slopes of Signal Hill and Devil's Peak in Cape Town, South Africa
Wikipedia - Penne -- Type of pasta
Wikipedia - Penny sit-up -- Type of homeless shelter in Victorian London
Wikipedia - Pension (lodging) -- Type of guest house or boarding house
Wikipedia - Pentachromacy -- Type of color vision
Wikipedia - People's altar -- Type of altar in Catholic churches
Wikipedia - Pepito (sandwich) -- Type of sandwich
Wikipedia - Percussion instrument -- Type of musical instrument that produces a sound by being hit
Wikipedia - Periglomerular cell -- Type of olfactory cell
Wikipedia - Perizoma (loincloth) -- Type of loincloth
Wikipedia - Permanent Headline -- Display sans serif typeface
Wikipedia - Permutation category -- type of mathematical category
Wikipedia - Peroxisome -- Type of organelle
Wikipedia - Perpetual foreigner -- Stereotype
Wikipedia - Perpetua (typeface) -- Font
Wikipedia - Perron (columnar monument) -- Type of monument
Wikipedia - Persian gardens -- Type of garden originating from Iran
Wikipedia - Persian well -- Type of water well
Wikipedia - Personal advertisement -- Type of newspaper advertisement
Wikipedia - Personal defense weapon -- Type of submachine gun
Wikipedia - Personality types
Wikipedia - Personality type
Wikipedia - Perversion -- Type of human behavior
Wikipedia - Peshawari turban -- A type of turban.
Wikipedia - Petals ESB -- Type of computer software
Wikipedia - Petal -- Part of most types of flower
Wikipedia - Peter BiM-DM->ak -- Slovak graphic and type designer
Wikipedia - Pet taxi -- Type of transportation taxi service that transports various pets
Wikipedia - Peugeot Type 146 -- Vehicle model
Wikipedia - Peugeot Type 160 -- Car model
Wikipedia - Phantogram -- Type of optical illusion