Magnum Opus: Or the Alchemists

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Trafford Publishing, 2003 - Fiction - 248 pages
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Disguised as a scientific account, the novel tells the story of how the Magnum Opus of the alchemists had been found twice, first by a true adept who was seeking spiritual fulfilment on his tedious road to the enlightenment by the true and eternal sun, and then, by an opportunist who found his financial freedom thanks to the adept's testament and a faultless Sun computer. The story ends with an encounter of the two leading characters, an atomic explosion, and a gargantuan laughter.

 

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Contents

Preliminary Remarks 1
1
1 INTRODUCTION
5
2 MATERIALS AND METHODS
21
3 RESULTS
71
4 DISCUSSION
155
5 SUBSTANTIATION
191
6 CONCLUSION
205
EPILOGUE
215
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The 1947 Swiss-born Author lives in Canada since 1980. After well over 100 scientific publications, he has surrendered to his tortuous mind and written his first novel.

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