"Every perception is to some degree an act of creation, and every act of memory is to some degree an act of imagination."

-- Gerald Edelman, Second Nature: Brain Science and Human Knowledge
3 Of colours vide pag 695 Of colours vide pag 69Of colours vide pag 69The Newton Project Knowledge Graph2020-10-08Journalbeing droped into diversly coloured liquors & especiall{y} blew ones (as syrrup of violets impregnated with the tincture of the flowers, juice of blew bottles or coneweede, juice of ripe privet berrys, ) it turnes them commnly to a red colour. But sulphureous salts which are either Vrinous & volatile salts of Animall substances (as Spirit of Hartshorne, of Vrine, of blood, of Sal=Armoniack ) or Lixiviate Vnctuous or Alcalizate & fixed Salts made by incineration (as the solution of Salt of Tartar, of pot ashes, of common wood ashes, of lime=water, Oyle of Tartar, ) doe change them to a Greene. as the red juice of bucthorne berrys Continue reading…