Alchemy: the great secret
Medieval alchemists, forerunners of today's chemists, sought to transmute base metals into gold. This lively illustrated history explores intriguing aspects of this mix of science, philosophy, art, religion, and magic, whose roots go back to ancient Egypt. 158 illustrations, 109 in color.
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Review: Discoveries: Alchemy: The Great SecretUser Review - David - Goodreads
Good introduction to alchemy with some good artwork from traditional alchemical sources. Read full review
Review: Discoveries: Alchemy: The Great SecretUser Review - Raphael - Goodreads
I was hoping for a book that delved into mysticism, but that's not what I got. I guess this book is a good overview of alchemy, but, in my opinion, it's nothing special. Read full review
The Elixir of Immortality: A Modern-Day Alchemist?s Discovery of the ...
Robert E. Cox
Limited preview - 2009
THE CONCEPT OF ALCHEMY
THE THEORY OF ALCHEMY
THE PRACTICE OF ALCHEMY
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