A Golden and Blessed Casket of Nature's Marvels: Concerning the Blessed Mystery of the Philosopher's Stone

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 1992 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 392 pages
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Concerning the Blessed Mystery of the Philosopher's Stone; Introduction by Arthur Edward Waite. Contents: An Epigram concerning the Philosopher's Stone, by Alexander de S., to Gulielmus Blaucus; Book of the Revelation of Hermes, Interpreted by Theophrastus Paracelsus, concerning the Supreme Secret of the World; Concerning the True Medicine of the Most Distinguished Man, Alexander von Suchten; Man, the best and most perfect of God's creatures. A more complete Exposition of this Medical Foundation for the less Experienced Student; A Dialogue, by Alexander von Suchten, Introducing two Interlocutory personages, viz., Alexander and Bernhardus; Extracts from the Book of the Three Faculties, by Alexander von Suchten; An Explanation of the Natural Philosopher's Tincture of Theophrastus Paracelsus, by Alexander von Suchten; Corollary concerning Hyle; Certain Notable Facts concerning the Philosopher's Stone; Four Degrees in the Regimen of Fire; Concerning Salts; Philosophical Rules or Canons concerning the Philosopher's Stone; Anonymous Treatise concerning the Philosopher's Stone; Certain Verses of an Unknown Writer concerning the Great Work of the Tincture; Enigmas concerning the Tincture; Concerning the Potable Gold of Theophrastus Paracelsus; Of the Power, Operation, and exceedingly beneficial Use of the Glorious Antidote termed Potable Gold.

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A.E. Waite (1857-1942) is one of the best-known authors and translators of magic and the occult. He is the creator of the Rider-Waite tarot and is the author of several books including"Book of Black Magic" and "Pictorial Keys to the Tarot

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