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"A Revelation of the Secret Spirit"
by Giovanni baptista Lambi. Declaring the most concealed secret
of ALCHEME. Written first in Latin by and Unknown Author, but
explained in Italian by John Baptista Lambye, Venetian. Lately
translated into English by R. N. E. Gentleman. London 1623. [Preamble,
8 Chapters] R.A.M.S. 1982. 48 pages. (SECRETSPIRIT:
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Preamble to the Exposition of the Secret Spirit. p. 12.
Chapter 1. Wherein it is proved that there is only one thing,
out of which the Secret Spirit, or the Philosophers Stone, may
be taken. p. 14.
Chapter 2. In which shall be seen, (by means of many Sentences
of divers Philosophers) if it can be judged, what thing is this
only Thing. p. 16.
Chapter 3. Wherein is proved, that of necessity it behoveth to
reduce the body to the first matter, that it may be disposed for
the Separation of the Elements. p. 21.
Chapter 4. Where it shall be seen if it be possible, to know what
Thing is THIS FIRST MATTER.
Chapter 5. In which is Handled the Separation of the Four Elements,
which the Apparitions of that Secret Spirit do Signifie. p. 30.
Chapter 6. In which shall be declared the Fifth Apparition of
the Secret Spirit in a Glorified Body. p. 34.
Chapter 7. Wherein is shewed the Manner to make the Elixir, or
Medicine to conserve the Life of Man. p. 37.
Chapter 8. Where are to be handled the divers Workers in this
Science. p. 41.