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Short Tracts of Alchemy".
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Glory of Light. B.M. Sloane 2219.
Translated by: L.F.P. (01GLORY_LIGHT)..
La Lumiere Du Chaos (Light Extracted from Chaos) par Loius Grassot.
Amsterdam: 1784. Translated from the French by J.W. Hamilton-Jones. London: 1953 (02LUMIERE_CHAOS)
Bacstrom's Prologue to Zoroaster's Cave - extracts. (03PROLOGUE_ZOROASTERS).
An Easy Introduction to the Philosophers Magical Gold
by: G.T. Astromagus, London, 1662. (04ZOROASTERS_CAVE).
This Epistle was written and sent by the Bretheren
of the R. C. to a certain German, a copy whereof
Dr Fludd obtained of a Polander of Dantzich, his friend, which
he since printed (in Latin) at the end of his tract intituled
Tractatic de Summum Bonom. Sloane ms 631. f 183. (05SLOANE631)
Ramon Lull's Testament. The Final Conclusion for Understanding Rayrnond
Lully's Testament or Codicill and his other Books, and also the
Argent-Vive on which the whole intentional Intention does Depend,
which is otherwise cal]ed RAYMONDS REPERTORY OR INVENTORY. (06LULLS_TESTAMENT).
An Hundred Aphorisms containing
the Whole Body of Magick. anonumous. Sloane MSS 1321. (07HUNDRED_APHORISMS).
A Treatise written by a Celebrated
Philosopher, Anonymous communicated to: Dr. Johan J. Becker and
translated from the German original Dr. Sig. Bacstrom.
A translation of a few Sentences from different Authors quoted
by Dr. Becher in his Concordantia Chymica. (08LETTER_BECKER).
Merlin. B.M. add. M.S. 15549 (09MERLIN).
To Make the Likeness of a Vegetable. Sloane
MSS 633, page 166. (10LIKENESS_VEGETABLE)
The Secret Fire of the Philosophers.
No Author or Date. (11SECRET_FIRE).
Extract of: The Great Work of the Lapis Philosophurum
according to the Lamspring Process. (12LAPIS_SOPHORIUM).
The Practice of the Philosophers. anonymous.
Written in Bacstrom's Hand. (13PRACTICE_PHILSOPHERS).
Experiments for the Preparation of the Sophick Mercury by Luna and the Antimonial Stellar Regulus
of Mars for Philosopher's Stone. Written by: Eugeneous Philaletha,
an Englishman and a Cosmopolite. (14SOPHICK_MERCURY).
The First Matter. No Author or
Opus Philosophorum. British Museum
Slone 319. (16OPUS_PHILOSOPHORUM).
A Treatise called Verbum Dimissum by
Count B. Trevisan. B.M. Sloane MS 3630. Translated from the French. (17VERBUM_DEMISSUM).
Parable of the Fountain. Count
B. Trevisan. B.M. Sloane MS 3641. (18PARABLE_FOUNTAIN).