The Alchemist's Handbook has long been an essential contribution to the study of alchemy since its first publication in 1960. It still stands as a groundbreaking work presenting in clear, concise language a practical manual of working knowledge that was formerly handed down under oath of secrecy. The scope of alchemical work is to provide both a means to synthesize all the other sciences and the necessary training of the intellectual and spiritual faculties. The Alchemist's Handbook discusses in detail:
- The basic fundamental principles of alchemy.
- A guide to the formation of an inexpensive home laboratory with illustrations of the necessary equipment.
- Step-by-step instructions for the work of the Lesser Circulation, the alchemical transformation within the plant kingdom.
This new Weiser Classics edition includes a new foreword by Robert Allen Bartlett, author of Real Alchemy.
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