19 Favorites. 1 Review. DOWNLOAD OPTIONS. download 1 file · ABBYY GZ download · download 1 file · B/W PDF download · download 1 file. Theatrum chemicum Britannicum by Elias Ashmole, , Printed by J. Grismond for Nath. Brooke edition, Microform in English. Book/Printed Material Theatrum chemicum britannicum: containing severall image: pdf; Description: A collection of works by various writers, compiled by.
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For the first time each of the works will be explained line by line, section by section, idea by idea. Adam McLean allows the work itself to speak its message clearly, rather than adopting the style of most modern commentators on alchemical texts, who instead of trying to understand the works in themselves, project their own philosophical or esoteric ideas onto the texts, thus further confusing and burying the message of the original alchemists.
This course will be entirely based on understanding the texts themselves and not on such external preconceptions. McLean does not resort to mystification, supposed secret teachings, or trying to explain these works through the filter of modern esotericism, nor by appealing to external and later sources, but instead focuses on what is contained in the texts themselves.
If you prefer to have these works explained through the filter of Jungian, theosophical, kabbalistical-magical, or 20th century esoteric perspectives, then please do not take this course.
This is only for those who would prefer to understand what the original writers intended to say, not the spurious speculations of many writers today who do not seem to love alchemy for itself, but only look into alchemical texts to confirm their own philosophical preconceptions.
The course is entirely self contained, and though not designed for beginners, does not assume any particular previous study of alchemical material. Of them which proffer fuch fervife.
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Evermore Arte muft fcrve Nature.
Nothing muhtplicth as Audlors fayes. But by one of thcis two wayes.
But in our Stone much like thing ye may fee. The Hunting of the Greene Lyon.
Thomas Charnock. The Breviary of naturall Philosophy. Aenigma ad Alchimiam.
Aenigma de Alchimiae. William Bloomefield. Bloomfields Blossoms: or, The Campe of Philosophy. Edward Kelley. Sir Edward Kelle's Worke.
John Dee. Thomas Robinson. Thomas Robinsonus de lapide philosophorum. Experience and Philosophy. The Magistery. December, Anonymi: or, severall workes of unknowne Authors. John Gower.