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The Philosopher's Stone: A modern comparative approach to alchemy from the psychological and magical points of view by Israel Regardie
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Fulcanelli - Master Alchemist: Esoteric Interpretation of the Hermetic Symbols of The Great Work
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18th Century Chemical Terms List
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Robert Allen Bartlett - Real Alchemy: A Primer of Practical Alchemy
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Real Alchemy is an easy to understand manual in Practical Alchemy. It explores the History of Alchemy to the present day, as well as practical techniques for beginning the Alchemical Work in the Laboratory. Filled with many useful examples and explanations, included here the history, theory, and simple practices that anyone can use to prepare herbal and mineral extracts in the ancient tradition.
Alchemy: The Ancient Science by Neil Powell
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For centuries a number of men of science and learning spent their lives in the practice of alchemy, searching for a way to change ordinary metals into gold. Why did they try? Did any of them succeed? We know that alchemists today continue the old tradition and the age-old quest. Will they succeed?
Alchemy Key: The Mystical Provenance of the Philosophers' Stone by Stuart Nettleton
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Unravelling the Single Tangible Secret in all Mysteries -- A comprehensive modern overview of the ORMUS phenomena. Covers 6,000 years of history- well researched facts- an extensive bibliography based on veracity rather than supposition. If you seek the Sacred Truth that exists beyond all outdated and immoral rituals, use this book to liberate yourself from the "Fear & Guilt Syndromes" set-up by irreverent religious institutions. Written by one of Australia's greatest minds: Stuart Nettleton lectures at the universities, and is a genuine humanitarian.
The Treasure of Treasures for Alchemists by Paracelsus
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Liber Propatur Temporis
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Alchemy: Ancient and Modern by Stanley Redgrove
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Being a brief account of the alchemistic doctrines, and their relations, to mysticism on the one hand, and to recent discoveries in the physical science on the other hand; together with some particulars regarding the lives and teachings of the most noted alchemists. The meaning of alchemy; The theory of physical alchemy; The alchemists before and after Paracelsus; The outcome of alchemy; The age of modern chemistry; Modern alchemy.
Coelum Philosophorum by Paracelsus
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You who are skilled in Alchemy, and as many others as promise yourselves great riches or chiefly desire to make gold and silver, which Alchemy in different ways promises and teaches; equally, too, you who willingly undergo toil and vexations, and wish not to be freed from them, until you have attained your rewards, and the fulfilment of the promises made to you; experience teaches this every day, that out of thousands of you not even one accomplishes his desire. Is this a failure of Nature or of Art? I say, no; but it is rather the fault of fate, or of the unskilfulness of the operator.
Twelve Keys by Basil Valentine
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All flesh that is derived from the earth, must be decomposed and again reduced to earth; then the earthy salt produces a new generation by celestial resuscitation. For where there was not first earth, there can be no resurrection in our Magistery. For in earth is the balm of Nature, and the salt of the Sages.
Terence Mckenna - Food of the Gods: The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge
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Terence McKenna hypothesizes that as the North African jungles receded, giving way to savannas and grasslands near the end of the most recent ice age, a branch of our arboreal primate ancestors left the forest canopy and began living in the open areas beyond. There they experimented with new varieties of foods as they adapted, physically and mentally, to the environment. Among the new foods found in this environment were psilocybin-containing mushrooms growing near dung of ungulate herds occupying the savannas and grasslands. Referencing the research of Roland L. Fisher, McKenna claims the enhancement of visual acuity was an effect of psilocybin at low doses and suggests this would confer adaptive advantage. He argues that the effects of slightly larger doses, including sexual arousal, and in larger doses, ecstatic hallucinations & glossolalia-gave selective evolutionary advantages to members of those tribes who partook of it. There were many changes caused by the introduction of this psychoactive to primate diets. He hypothesizes, for instance, that synesthesia (the blurring of sensory boundaries) caused by psilocybin led to the development of spoken language: the ability to form pictures in another person's mind through the use of vocal sounds. About 12,000 years ago, further climate changes removed psilocybin-containing mushrooms from human diets. He argues that this event resulted in a new set of profound changes in our species as we reverted to the previous brutal primate social structures that had been modified and/or repressed by frequent consumption of psilocybin.
Lecture on Alchemy by Rubaphilos
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Rubellus Petrinus - The Great Alchemic Work of Eirenaeus Philalethes Nicholas Flamel and Basil Valentine
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Six Keys of Eudoxos
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Paulo Coelho - The Alchemist
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The Alchemist presents a simple fable, based on simple truths and places it in a highly unique situation. And though we may sniff a bestselling formula, it is certainly not a new one: even the ancient tribal storytellers knew that this is the most successful method of entertaining an audience while slipping in a lesson or two. Brazilian storyteller Paulo Coehlo introduces Santiago, an Andalusian shepherd boy who one night dreams of a distant treasure in the Egyptian pyramids. And so he's off: leaving Spain to literally follow his dream. Along the way he meets many spiritual messengers, who come in unassuming forms such as a camel driver and a well-read Englishman. In one of the Englishman's books, Santiago first learns about the alchemists--men who believed that if a metal were heated for many years, it would free itself of all its individual properties, and what was left would be the "Soul of the World." Of course he does eventually meet an alchemist, and the ensuing student-teacher relationship clarifies much of the boy's misguided agenda, while also emboldening him to stay true to his dreams. "My heart is afraid that it will have to suffer," the boy confides to the alchemist one night as they look up at a moonless night.
The Golden Chain of Homer
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Mary the Prophetess
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A Treatise on the Great Art by Antoine-Joseph Pernety
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Treatise On The Great Art: A System Of Physics According To Hermetic Philosophy And Theory And Practice Of The Magisterium
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The Practical Handbook of Plant Alchemy: An Herbalist's Guide to Preparing Medicinal Essences, Tinctures, and Elixirs
by Manfred M. Junius
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- Publisher: Healing Art Press; Reprint edition (March 1, 1993)
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An herbalist shows how to release the complete healing properties of plants by using ancient spagyric (alchemical) methods.
The Philosopher's Stone: A Quest for the Secrets of Alchemy
by Peter Marshall
Following such luminaries as Newton, Jung, St. Thomas Aquinas and Zosimus, who devoted most of their lives to searching for the Philosopher's Stone, Peter Marshall set out to unearth the secrets of alchemy in the lands where it was traditionally practiced. The result is a fascinating piece of historical, scientific and philosophical detection, as well as an exciting physical and spiritual adventure. Exploring the beliefs and practices, the myths and the symbols of the alchemists, Peter Marshall takes us on an enthralling journey into this arcane world.
Alchemists Handbook: (Manual for Practical Laboratory Alchemy)
by Frater Albertus
The Alchemist's Handbook by Frater Albertus is quite possibly the greatest and most concise piece of work on practical laboratory Alchemy known to man. Within a mere 124 pages, the author explains in detail the processes by which any would-be Alchemist may create herbal elixers. The process is simple and can be learned quickly and inexpensively. Mastering the Great Art that is Alchemy, however, takes significantly longer (I myself have been practicing for many years and still have not touched its surface). Frater Albertus does not, thankfully, fall into a deep and penatrating discussion of each elixer and its properties(of which there would be thousands), but rather explains how to create them and leaves the aspiring Alchemist to practice, study, ponder and create. In doing so, he insures that those who would like to venture into the Great Art have the capacity to learn it for themselves.
The Emerald Tablet: Alchemy for Personal Transformation
by Dennis William Hauck
The Emerald Tablet--an ancient document that contains the essence of the alchemical teachings--has had an important influence on many Western spiritual and religious traditions. Ostensibly concerned with turning base metals into gold, alchemy was in fact dedicated to transforming the lead of self into the gold of spirit. This brilliant history of alchemy traces its sources back to ancient Egypt, and presents alchemy as a useful, practical system of self-transformation. Each of the seven steps of alchemical transformation is explained, with hands-on techniques and exercises, treating alchemy as a living discipline for achieving a spiritual awakening."