The tongues of the wise men say that the secret of the Work Adamisch, is not only inside of the Coahyl. When the Work Adamisch has cleaned off the excrement and impurity which are in the flesh of the Coahyl, it will not only be able to heal all sicknesses, but it might also create the delicious gold from the earth and the excrement. And this Coahyl is the fire of all fires and the water of all waters and its earth is real earth and its air is real air.
A short catechism of alchemy, in question and answer format.
This book is subtitled; ‘Being a Brief Account Of The Alchemistic Doctrines And Their Relation To Mysticism On The One Hand And To Recent Discoveries In Physical Science On The Other Hand; Together With Some Particulars Regarding The Lives And Teachings Of The Most Noted Alchemists.’ The book has 16 full page illustrations and has chapters covering things like the Aim of Alchemy, the Basic Idea of Alchemy, the Nature of the Philosophers Stone…
Alchemy Rediscovered and Restored is a book by Archibald Cockren published in 1941. Cockren discusses not only the alleged history of alchemy, but also makes the claims that he had rediscovered and perfected the alchemical methods and that he had successfully created the philosopher’s stone.
With 42 woodcut illustrations. This is a detailed handbook of knowledge and practice at the time, said to be possibly the earliest definitive book on distillation, by John French, an English physician who lived in the 17th Century.
The Aurora Of The Philosophers contains information regarding the magi, the philosopher’s stone, what was taught in the Ancient Egyptian schools, and lots of other esoteric knowledge.
Does the Philosophers Stone exist? This book says it does. Not only that, but it tells you how to make one. A very informal book, written by someone who obviously has an interest in esoteric things. The writer goes into great detail on the Philosophers Stone throughout history, the religious references, famous alchemists and instructions on how to make the stone yourself.
A short alchemical tract. The Chemists Key to Shut and Open: As the True Doctrine of the Corruption and Generation in Ten Brief Aphorisms, Illustrated with most plain and faithful Commentaries, out of the Pure Light of Nature: By that Judicious and Industrious Artist, Henry Nollius.
The Chymical Wedding is an allegoric story divided into Seven Days, or Seven Journeys, and which tells us how Christian Rosenkreuz was invited to go to a wonderful castle full of miracles, in order to assist the Chymical Wedding of the king and the queen. The story is symbolic of alchemy, the Sacred Marriage being the goal. Very esoteric…
A Chymicall Treatise Of The Ancient And Highly Illuminated Philosopher, Devine And Physitian, Arnoldus De Nova Villa Who Lived 400 Years Agoe, Never Seene In Print Before, But Now By A Lover Of The Spagyrick Art Made Publick For The Use Of Learners, Printed In The Year 1611.
The Coelum Philosophorum, or book of vexations; the science and nature of alchemy, and what opinion should be formed thereof. Regulated by the seven rules or fundamental canons according to the seven commonly known metals; and containing a preface with certain treatises and appendices.
This is a short collection of some curious Alchemical treatises which were republished by A.E. Waite in 1893. According to the preface, Waite found these in a manuscript belonging to a collector of occult books.
This is an alchemical tract, author unknown, although it does at one point mention a date during the 17th Century. Basically, it discusses gold; extracting its virtue, gold oil, how to make potable gold, etc.
The Ancient Hidden Art of Alchemie, Containing the right and perfect means To make the Philosophers Stone Aurum Potabile, with other Excellent Experiments, Divided lnto Twelve Gates.
A short Alchemical tract. Chapters include: Of the Formation of the Metals Generally from the Sulphur and the Mercury; Of the Putrefaction; Of the Regimen of the Stone; Of the Sublimation of the Mercury; Of the Preparation of the Waters from Which You Will Derive the Water of Life; and, Properties of This Mercury.