3 edition of Ancient Egyptian Alchemy found in the catalog.
Ancient Egyptian Alchemy
February 1991 by Life Science Inst .
Written in English
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References about alchemy are to be found in the myths and legends of ancient China. From a book written by Edward Chalmers Werner, a late member of the Chinese Government’s Historiological Bureau in Peking comes this quotation from old Chinese records: “Chang Tao-Ling, the first Taoist pope, was born in A.D.
35 in the reign of the Emperor. The Book of Doors book and card deck provides a key to ancient Egyptian spiritualism, providing a tool for meditation and magic which encourages intuitive energies.
An interest in self-improvement and the occult will win attention to this ancient Egyptian practice of using cards to open new doors/5(39). Hathor's Alchemy: The Ancient Egyptian Roots of the Hermetic Art.
by Alison M. Roberts | May 1, Paperback $ $ 39 $37 The Kybalion a modern, practical guide, plain and simple (The Ancient Egyptian Enlightenment Series Book 3) by Matthew Barnes. out of 5 stars 4. Kindle $ $ 0. Free with Kindle Unlimited. If the legends are true alchemy is a secret art that is revealed to only a very few people.+ There's some corroboration for alchemy in another great book which is 'Initiation' by Elisabeth Haich.
Elisabeth's book is an account of a past life she experienced in ancient Egypt. She said alchemy was one of the subjects the initiates learned about.
Discover the secret science. Alchemy began as a mixture of practical knowledge and speculation on the nature of matter. Over time it evolved into the science we know as chemistry. These excerpts from Lawrence Principe’s new book illuminate the ancient origins of alchemy, its use as a medieval medicine, and its modern affects.