Al-Kemi: Hermetic, Occult, Political, and Private Aspects of R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz

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SteinerBooks, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 286 pages
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Al-Kemi recounts the story of the eighteen months that Andre VandenBroeck spent in daily contact with the remarkable French philosopher, hermeticist, and Egyptologist, R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz (1887-1961). It provides a passionately felt, personal, and dramatic introduction to the startling world of this contemporary alchemist. Structured like a mystery and distilled in the crucible of memory for fifteen years, Al-Kemi provides a passionately felt, personal, and dramatic introduction to the startling world of this twentieth-century alchemist.
 

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-One of the 4-5 most essential re-readable books I own... rich poetic wildly-challenging brilliant astounding stuff-- and true! The author and his subject de Lubicz flex mighty wide-ranging mental muscles here and to try and keep up is exhilarating

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Contents

Chapter 1
9
Chapter 2
33
Chapter 3
54
Chapter 4
75
Chapter 5
111
Chapter 6
137
Chapter 7
163
Chapter 8
187
Chapter 9
208
Chapter 10
233
Notes and Comments
257
Appendix A
277
Appendix B
283
Acknowledgment
287
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AndrE Vandenbroeck has translated several works of Schwaller de Lubicz, and is the author of a memoir titled "Al-Kemi: Hermetic, Occult, Political, and Private Aspects of R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz.

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