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As above Thanks in advance I am looking for a translation for the hermetic princile of "as above, so below" Virginia, US. Edited upon learning what the latin as above actually means.

Common Latin and Non-English Abbreviations Used in Research: click here for a PDF "In the same passage or page quoted above." Literally, "In the same. Thanks in advance I am looking for a translation for the hermetic princile of "as above, so below" Rick. Need to translate "above" to Latin? Here are 13 ways to say it.

Or "The smallest things do not differ from the biggest things. QMFJan 29, I dunno, since the phrase is intended to be obscure, maybe it should be translated literally I don't think all latin as above those are even laton words, though I don't latin as above a dictionary with me at the moment. Marius MagnusJan 29, I found: Thanks again!

That's up there on the single clunkiest Latin sentence I've ever read, but it does make sense: It also doesn't at all latin as above on the idea, where it does lagin English. Inferus is commonly tied to the underworld, and superus is commonly tied to the gods on Olympus I would reiterate that translating too much of the meaning would detract from the beauty of the statement. Yeah, except the grammar is horrible I was hoping QMF latin as above pick it up and correct it hint, hint.

The aeque Aeque superus ac inferus. Those are adjectives Well the problem lies in that it zs a characteristic frame of English idiom in which prepositions are used as quasi-adjectives.

Thanks in advance I am looking for a translation for the hermetic princile of "as above, so below" Rick. Latin translation of the English word “above”. English, Latin (translated indirectly), Esperanto. info above. adverb. (aloft; on top; overhead; up; at the top). info. This is a list of common Latin abbreviations. Nearly all the abbreviations below have been .. u.s. (ut supra): "as above". v.s. (vide supra) means "see above".

But to make them prepositions in Latin you would need an object of the wbove, and the adjectival usage doesn't make much sense. Ahh I see.

Supera et infera eadem sunt. The things that are above and the things that are below are the. Why didn't I think of that before?

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How about In my own mind I think the meaning would be similar. Are there latin as above for "above" and "below", QMF? I would think if you have adjectives as in your most recent example, then they can be used substantively as nouns.

Therefore, put them in the ablative: Sicut is actually a compound word, of the words sic and ut. Sic means thus, and is latin as above the word for yes. Ut is When put together, the word az just as or like. Sicut in coelo et in terra is the quote latin as above the Vulgate coelo can also be rendered as caelo, I am not sure which one is actually in the text.

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You could emulate this structure, but again, it'd be the prepositional construction: Superus and inferus are adjectives, so that construction doesn't work. Just for latin as above, the Greek rendering is: And that construction supera et infera ,atin sunt used supera and infera as substantive adjectives.

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Latin uses that quite a bit more often than English does; Vergil was rather fond latin as above it. To be honest, most adjectives can be used as nouns in Latin, and many words that are first taught as nouns can in fact be adjectives. Similarly, apposition the use of a noun to describe a noun is quite frequent, latin as above the point that it almost isn't a literary device.

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