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Mineral Alchemy & Qabala The Philosophers of Nature (Used)
by Dubuis, Jean
Book ID: 8429, 8429
8429 Dubuis, Jean. MINERAL ALCHEMY & QABALA The Philosophers of Nature. Wheaton: The Philosophers of Nature, and, Triad Pub., 1996-1999, quarto, stapled wraps and spiral bindings, 15 volumes total. They are: Spagyrics, a Practical Course in Plant Alchemy, lessons 1-48, spiral bound, various pagination but about 600pp. Mineral Alchemy, lessons 1-84 in seven volumes, approximately 315pp, Qabala, in six volumes, lessons 1-72, approximately 270pp. All are translated from the French by Brigitte Donvez, approximately 8-10 black & white illustrations per volume, many diagrams & illustrations taken from old books, astrological notations throughout, Lesson 1 & 2 of Qabala are detached, other volumes are all firm and intact, covers slightly soiled, some volumes covered with protective acetate. The PON was the premier society for practical alchemy, with operations in France and America, they folded in 1999 and these lessons are unavailable in any print form though they are avalailable apparently on CDROM for $200.00. With this group you would have all the lessons the PON issued except the 12 lessons called "Esoterics" The PON is widely considered to be the most revealled information of practical alchemy ever published in the 20th century.
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we're trying to impress, to make us miss a power breakfast with
that all-important business contact."
- Richard Smoley, from the introduction
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