A couple of months ago, I heard this story of a demon or some entity that was cursed to eternally break something down and reintegrate it together. There is even a photo of the demon crying in the article where I read the story. The photo contains a Latin phrase meaning "dissolve and reintegrate", and I am looking for the exact Latin wording of this phrase. I can't remember why, but there is some connection to Pharmacy behind all of this. I think it means, breaking down a solution into it's constituents?
Also, the phrase has a philosophical meaning that if you are not able to understand something, break it down and try to understand the smaller parts, then the aggregate whole will start to make sense.