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Publisher's Summary

Join the world-renowned expert Adrian Gilbert (a best-selling author of numerous books on the subject including The Orion Mystery), as he explores the world of the alchemists, both ancient and modern. Gilbert discusses the symbols, Egypt, the Emerald Tablet, chemistry, the Black Mass, the Philosopher's Stone, Carl Jung, psychology, and the shadow self. This program is a must for all those seeking wisdom. Did our ancestors understand more than us? All the answers and much more will be explained.

This is a unique program filled with wisdom and insight that you'll be able to watch again and again. A must for all of those on the path to enlightenment. Part 9 of a series of Invisible College lectures, you'll want to collect the whole set. World Wide Multi Media brings you quality content from around the globe.

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Very interesting lecture!

Loved it!! Author was very comprehensive about an esoteric subject that most people have no idea exists. Props on another great lecture.

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  • Janae
  • ***JAMAICA***
  • 05-19-17

A Joke.

What disappointed you about Alchemy: Secrets of the Philosopher's Stone, The Emerald Tablet, Chemistry and The Mysteries of the Mind?

The fact that the story was about practices that are being done today. And it was trivialized. I thought it was something new that I did not already know.

What do you think your next listen will be?

Something better.

How could the performance have been better?

The narrator/author was poking fun at the practices of the egyptions and gave the impression that they knew little about chemistry/alchemy.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

I was dissapointed because all other civilations adapted the same principles and even demonzed some. For the first time I am hearing them being rediculed almost

Any additional comments?

I am dissapointed but I am not surprised because I know why.

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Not what I expected

Is more a class about the theme than a book. Booring and waste of time

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  • Phil A
  • 10-14-17

College Lecture on Alchemy

A valuable historical introduction to Alchemy. Includes references to alchemical texts. Excellent opening for the novice.