• Alchemy: Beyond the Emerald Tablet

  • By: Adrian Gilbert
  • Narrated by: Adrian Gilbert
  • Length: 1 hr and 2 mins
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  • 3.4 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)
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While the collapse of the Western Roman Empire led to a great loss of sacred knowledge in Europe, the fires of alchemy kept burning in the East. Many Greek texts were translated into Arabic, and these inspired Islamic thinkers to further investigate the subject of alchemy. In time, their writings filtered back to the West, where they inspired an amazing poetic genre, often illustrated with the most extraordinary pictures.

In this program, we examine this legacy, going beyond Hermes' Emerald Tablet, examining how this movement obscured simple truths. Featuring renowned author and researcher Adrian Gilbert in this ongoing series of Occult and Esoteric Knowledge.

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just not what I thought its was...

This book was just not what I was expecting is all. Some way enjoy it for their own reasons.

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  • Phil A
  • 10-10-17

Sharing Knowledge

Delivered in classic lecture style, Adrian offers many insights and interpretations of the Hermetic Arts. My advice is to take notes and search on Google for the diagrams and ancient manuscripts he refers to. An amazing insight into the ancient mind.

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  • Dean
  • 09-04-20

Enjoyed it

I enjoyed it. Its given me some research to do which is always a plus.