This book goes a long way to putting things back the way they were intended.
The book acts as an introduction to the world of Alchemy, describing its process as well as the symbols employed in Alchemical nomenclature.
I am not sure how many times i have read this book,maybe 10 times so far and it is still good.
I enjoyed it immensely, and even made a passionflower elixir that cleared up a zit I had haha. So it works I guess:). Read morePublished 13 days ago by Ben Robertson
Israel regardi is still the best. Golden dawn but remember to read between the lines (meditate) anytime you dont understand something, and that will be alot for you beginners. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Cleaner
It's always interesting to read of a purist in any subject. Whether you believe the validity of subject matter or not, when you read the instruction it interesting. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rex
This has been the standard manual on laboratory alchemy for many years. If you are at all interested in Alchemy you probably already own a copy. Read morePublished 9 months ago by John M Hansen
93 this book should not be judges by the size or cover .. this is a outstanding liber for the practical info to attain the philosophers stone and the K& C of thy own H.G. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Frater taunox
I could write forever as to the priceless utility of this book. For those who are on The Path, this book is a wonderful place to start .Published 13 months ago by Wes
I found this book brings alot to light the so called mysteries surounding Alchemy and the terms used. it will clarify processes needed to pursue a given course needed. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Dave D.
This book is just the beginning and not a good start at that. All information in this book can be found on Google for free. Don't buy this book.Published 15 months ago by Bobby