Essential Alchemical Readings

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Philosophy - 368 pages
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This book contains a series of pamphlets entitled: Catalogue of Books on Hermetic Philosophy, being the entire collection of General E. A. Hitchcock; Some English Alchemical Books, being an address delivered to the Alchemical Society by John Ferguson; A Subtle Allegory Concerning the Secrets of Alchemy very useful to possess and pleasant to read by Michael Maier; Alchemy by Franz Hartmann; An Open Entrance to the Closed Palace of the King by an Anonymous Sage and Lover of Truth; Theoretical Alchemy by Archibald Cockren; Alchemical Symbols and Secret Alphabets by C.J.S. Thompson; Preparations of the Sophic Mercury by Philalethes; John Frederick Helvetius' Golden Calf, which the world worships and adores; Hermetic Mercuries of Raymond Lully; Secret of the Immortal Liquor by Philalethes; A Very Brief Tract Concerning the Philosophical Stone; Five Preparations of the Philosopher's Mercury by Sir George Ripley; The Admirable Efficacy and Almost Incredible Virtue of the Oil Which is Made of Sulphur Vive Set on Fire and Commonly Called Oil of Sulphur by George Starkey; The Enigma of Alchemy by Thomas South; and The One Hundred Alchemical Aphorisms of Baro Urbigerus.

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Franz hartmann (1838-1912) was a Bavarian-American physician and occultist and was purported to be one of the co-founders of the O.T.O. He is the author of several books including With the Adepts (published by Ibis Press in 2003).

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