Flamel's Cross: Represents the philosopher Nicolas Flamel. It combines the cross, crucible, and serpent, symbolizing spiritual transformation and the philosopher's stone.
Sulfur, Mercury, and Salt: These are the three prime elements in alchemy, symbolizing soul, spirit, and body, respectively. The combination and transformation of these elements were central to alchemical processes.
Alembic: A distillation apparatus, symbolizing purification and refinement of substances in alchemy.
Aurora Consurgens: A medieval alchemical manuscript often depicted a union of the sun and moon, representing the reconciliation of opposites.
Alchemical Peacock: Represents the stages of alchemical transformation, with the peacock shedding its feathers and renewing itself, symbolizing the purification process.
Alchemical Eagle: A symbol of sublimation, where the volatile elements rise and are purified.
Oculus Mundi (Eye of the World): A symbol representing a cyclical view of creation, dissolution, and rebirth in alchemical philosophy.
Alchemical Symbols for Elements: Symbols such as the triangle (fire), inverted triangle (water), upward-pointing triangle with a horizontal line through the middle (air), and downward-pointing triangle with a horizontal line (earth) represent the four classical elements.
Green Lion Devouring the Sun: Symbolizes the separation of elements and the triumph of spiritual gold (enlightenment) over the material (base metals).
Caduceus (Double Serpent Staff): While it's often associated with medicine today, in alchemy, it can symbolize the integration of opposites, combining the serpents representing the dual nature of reality.
Ouroboros: The serpent eating its own tail represents cyclicality and the eternal nature of creation and destruction.
Squaring the Circle: Represents the alchemical process of bringing opposites into harmony and balance.