2 edition of Alchemy: ancient and modern found in the catalog.
Alchemy: ancient and modern
Herbert Stanley Redgrove
|Statement||By H. Stanley Redgrove ... with 16 full-page illustrations|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 141 p.|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||22000124|
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Alchemy: Ancient and Modern Being a Brief Account of the Alchemistic Doctrines, and Their Relations, to Mysticism on the One Hand, and to Recent Discoveries in Physical Science on the Other Hand; Together with Some Particulars Regarding Cited by: 1.
Alchemy: Ancient and Modern (Illustrated) - Kindle edition by Redgrove, H. Stanely. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Alchemy: Ancient and Modern (Illustrated).Cited by: 1.
The book has dwell much on physical science to demonstrate the alchemic art with different views of the it has tried to give history of the art and describing the lives of the alchemists which i think may be was not d the writer has refer to other most fascinating part of the book is mysticism though not elaborated/5.
Herbert Stanley Redgrove () was a chemist who helped to form the Alchemical Society in London. His works include: On the Calculation of Thermo-Chemical Constants (), Alchemy: Ancient and Modern (), A Mathematical Theory of Spirit (), Experimental Mensuration (), The Magic of Experience (), Bygone Beliefs (), Purpose and Transcendentalism/5.
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. A rare book printed in London, in During Renaissance and Reformation, Alchemy was part of Medicine and Phylosophy, as the savvy were considered the few able to .