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The word alchemy was borrowed from Old French alquemie , alkimie , taken from Medieval Latin alchymia , and which is in turn borrowed from Arabic al-kīmiyā’ ( الكيمياء ‎). The Arabic word is borrowed from Late Greek chēmeía (χημεία), chēmía (χημία), [9] with the agglutination of the Arabic definite article al- ( الـ ‎). [10] This ancient Greek word was derived from [11] the early Greek name for Egypt, Chēmia (Χημία), based on the Egyptian name for Egypt, kēme (hieroglyphic 𓆎𓅓𓏏𓊖 khmi , lit. ‘black earth’, as opposed to red desert sand). [10]

Thus, according to Budge and others, chemistry derives from an Egyptian word khemein or khēmia , "preparation of black powder", ultimately derived from the name khem , Egypt. A decree of Diocletian , written about 300 AD in Greek, speaks against "the ancient writings of the Egyptians, which treat of the khēmia transmutation of gold and silver". [12]

The Medieval Latin form was influenced by Greek chymeia (χυμεία) meaning ‘mixture’ and referring to pharmaceutical chemistry . [13]

The word alchemy was borrowed from Old French alquemie , alkimie , taken from Medieval Latin alchymia , and which is in turn borrowed from Arabic al-kīmiyā’ ( الكيمياء ‎). The Arabic word is borrowed from Late Greek chēmeía (χημεία), chēmía (χημία), [9] with the agglutination of the Arabic definite article al- ( الـ ‎). [10] This ancient Greek word was derived from [11] the early Greek name for Egypt, Chēmia (Χημία), based on the Egyptian name for Egypt, kēme (hieroglyphic 𓆎𓅓𓏏𓊖 khmi , lit. ‘black earth’, as opposed to red desert sand). [10]

Thus, according to Budge and others, chemistry derives from an Egyptian word khemein or khēmia , "preparation of black powder", ultimately derived from the name khem , Egypt. A decree of Diocletian , written about 300 AD in Greek, speaks against "the ancient writings of the Egyptians, which treat of the khēmia transmutation of gold and silver". [12]

The Medieval Latin form was influenced by Greek chymeia (χυμεία) meaning ‘mixture’ and referring to pharmaceutical chemistry . [13]

And that’s exactly what happens when we pursue our passions for fiber and fabric. Materials that inspire become sensational when gathered, edited, and creatively combined. We come together for this retreat, in a magical spot on Lake Tahoe, to offer you the chance to discover your own alchemy as you explore the concepts and techniques of quilting and clothing arts.

We are Jane Haworth, Mary Boalt, Sandra Bruce, and Heidi Emmett, and we each offer a different workshop experience. To read about each of us and our workshops, click on the tabs above. Be sure to check out Zephyr Point Conference Center on the south shore of Lake Tahoe. (Zephyr Point is just over the state line, into Nevada.) It’s beautiful, and a real favorite with quilters. By the way, a zephyr is a gentle breeze.

We’ll take turns posting weekly, with info on the retreat workshops, as well as examples of our latest work. Whether you’re contemplating coming to the retreat or just want to see what we’re up to, we’d love to have you!

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RSVP - As space is limited, we ask that you contact Ontogony [email protected] at your earliest convenience should you not be able to honour your commitment to attend. Your seat will be offered to those on the waitlist.

Dr. Carlos de León, the founder of Ontogony® , holds PhD’s in both Clinical Psychology and Holistic Medicine. Dr. de León has spent more than 40 years in related research, study, and practitioner experience, particularly in the area of personal transformation.

ONE OF THE BIGGEST LIMITATIONS WE ALL FACE, AS WE TRY TO FIND THIS POINT OF POWER, IS FEAR. NO ONE ESCAPES THIS LIMITATION IN SOME FORM OR ANOTHER.

Once, early in my consciousness studies, I was ruminating on the idea of power. I decided I would look for my power in a meditation. Once still and quiet, I looked around and saw a ladder leading up. I climbed for a very long time up beyond the clouds, and came to the edge of a wall. Over that wall, I knew I would find my power. I peered over that wall, and what I saw struck instant fear in my heart. My power, it seemed, went on for as far as the eye could see into infinity. I quickly climbed down that ladder, a bit awestruck.

Fear is something that I have studied very closely for some time; you could possibly refer to me as a “fearologist.” Fear has attracted my close attention ever since an incident that occurred many years ago. A mentor told me that if I wanted to know what my destiny in this world was, all I needed to do was to sit in meditation and in that space, walk down a road, and meet my future self coming in the other direction. I could ask this future self what my destiny was, and I would get an answer.

The word alchemy was borrowed from Old French alquemie , alkimie , taken from Medieval Latin alchymia , and which is in turn borrowed from Arabic al-kīmiyā’ ( الكيمياء ‎). The Arabic word is borrowed from Late Greek chēmeía (χημεία), chēmía (χημία), [9] with the agglutination of the Arabic definite article al- ( الـ ‎). [10] This ancient Greek word was derived from [11] the early Greek name for Egypt, Chēmia (Χημία), based on the Egyptian name for Egypt, kēme (hieroglyphic 𓆎𓅓𓏏𓊖 khmi , lit. ‘black earth’, as opposed to red desert sand). [10]

Thus, according to Budge and others, chemistry derives from an Egyptian word khemein or khēmia , "preparation of black powder", ultimately derived from the name khem , Egypt. A decree of Diocletian , written about 300 AD in Greek, speaks against "the ancient writings of the Egyptians, which treat of the khēmia transmutation of gold and silver". [12]

The Medieval Latin form was influenced by Greek chymeia (χυμεία) meaning ‘mixture’ and referring to pharmaceutical chemistry . [13]

And that’s exactly what happens when we pursue our passions for fiber and fabric. Materials that inspire become sensational when gathered, edited, and creatively combined. We come together for this retreat, in a magical spot on Lake Tahoe, to offer you the chance to discover your own alchemy as you explore the concepts and techniques of quilting and clothing arts.

We are Jane Haworth, Mary Boalt, Sandra Bruce, and Heidi Emmett, and we each offer a different workshop experience. To read about each of us and our workshops, click on the tabs above. Be sure to check out Zephyr Point Conference Center on the south shore of Lake Tahoe. (Zephyr Point is just over the state line, into Nevada.) It’s beautiful, and a real favorite with quilters. By the way, a zephyr is a gentle breeze.

We’ll take turns posting weekly, with info on the retreat workshops, as well as examples of our latest work. Whether you’re contemplating coming to the retreat or just want to see what we’re up to, we’d love to have you!

The word alchemy was borrowed from Old French alquemie , alkimie , taken from Medieval Latin alchymia , and which is in turn borrowed from Arabic al-kīmiyā’ ( الكيمياء ‎). The Arabic word is borrowed from Late Greek chēmeía (χημεία), chēmía (χημία), [9] with the agglutination of the Arabic definite article al- ( الـ ‎). [10] This ancient Greek word was derived from [11] the early Greek name for Egypt, Chēmia (Χημία), based on the Egyptian name for Egypt, kēme (hieroglyphic 𓆎𓅓𓏏𓊖 khmi , lit. ‘black earth’, as opposed to red desert sand). [10]

Thus, according to Budge and others, chemistry derives from an Egyptian word khemein or khēmia , "preparation of black powder", ultimately derived from the name khem , Egypt. A decree of Diocletian , written about 300 AD in Greek, speaks against "the ancient writings of the Egyptians, which treat of the khēmia transmutation of gold and silver". [12]

The Medieval Latin form was influenced by Greek chymeia (χυμεία) meaning ‘mixture’ and referring to pharmaceutical chemistry . [13]

And that’s exactly what happens when we pursue our passions for fiber and fabric. Materials that inspire become sensational when gathered, edited, and creatively combined. We come together for this retreat, in a magical spot on Lake Tahoe, to offer you the chance to discover your own alchemy as you explore the concepts and techniques of quilting and clothing arts.

We are Jane Haworth, Mary Boalt, Sandra Bruce, and Heidi Emmett, and we each offer a different workshop experience. To read about each of us and our workshops, click on the tabs above. Be sure to check out Zephyr Point Conference Center on the south shore of Lake Tahoe. (Zephyr Point is just over the state line, into Nevada.) It’s beautiful, and a real favorite with quilters. By the way, a zephyr is a gentle breeze.

We’ll take turns posting weekly, with info on the retreat workshops, as well as examples of our latest work. Whether you’re contemplating coming to the retreat or just want to see what we’re up to, we’d love to have you!

Eventbrite, and certain approved third parties, use functional, analytical and tracking cookies (or similar technologies) to understand your event preferences and provide you with a customized experience. By closing this banner or by continuing to use Eventbrite, you agree. For more information please review our cookie policy .

RSVP - As space is limited, we ask that you contact Ontogony [email protected] at your earliest convenience should you not be able to honour your commitment to attend. Your seat will be offered to those on the waitlist.

Dr. Carlos de León, the founder of Ontogony® , holds PhD’s in both Clinical Psychology and Holistic Medicine. Dr. de León has spent more than 40 years in related research, study, and practitioner experience, particularly in the area of personal transformation.


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