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Classical elements refers to a philosophy that was prominent in quite a few cultures. These elements were matter reduced down to its most basic form. At times, these elements are viewed in a spiritual sense rather than physical.

Greek Elements Edit

In ancient Greece, four material elements plus a fifth non material were said to exist. These elements influenced European ideas and culture throughout the Middle Ages and into the Renaissance. Empedocles is credited for being the first to propose these four elements.

FireEdit

Main article: [Fire]

The most energetic and fleeting of the four elements.

AirEdit

Main article: [Air]

WaterEdit

Main article: [Water]

EarthEdit

Main article: [Earth]

An element of fertility, growth, and home.

Aether Edit

Alchemical Elements Edit

The elements present in alchemy take from the classical Greek elements. With the addition of sulfur, mercury, and salt.

Correspondences Edit

The Elements Earth Water Air Fire
Colors Green

Brown

Blue Yellow Red
Quality Primary Dry

Secondary Cold

Primary Cold

Secondary Wet

Primary Wet

Secondary Hot

Primary Hot

Secondary Dry

Direction North West East South
Elemental Gnomes Undines Sylphs Salamanders
Magickal Items Crystals

Powders

Salt

Sand

Holy Water

Cauldron

Shells

Mirrors

Incense

Music

Feathers

Bells

Candles

Wax Burner

Quality Passive Passive Active Active
Season Winter Autumn Spring Summer
State of Matter Solid Liquid Gas Plasma
Tarot Suit Pentacles

Disks

Cups Swords Wands
Time of Day Midnight Dusk Dawn Noon
Zodiac Signs Taurus

Virgo

Capricorn

Cancer

Scorpio

Pisces

Gemini

Libra

Aquarius

Aries

Leo

Sagittarius

See Also Edit

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