Cambridge: 1964. 82 pages.
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Zurich: Living Human Heritage Publications, 2009. First edition. Corpus Alchemicum Arabicum, Volume 1 B; 100 illustrations, many in color; 400 pages.
Cambridge: 1980. Complete in three issues; 232 pages plus volume XXVII Index laid-in; Individual issues from this and other volumes also available.
Codhill, 2003. This book, an impressionistic history of the Western spiritual tradition, follows the traces—from ancient Greece into modern times—of those who sought to know the world and themselves, while realizing that they must overcome themselves to love the world and each other. There are chapters on Pythagoras, Sophia, Celtic.....
London: Quaritch, N.D., c. 1995. First printing. Antiquarian book catalogue listing 35 items related to Paracelsus; Exceptionally annotated and illustrated including 7 color photgraphs; 55 pages.
Alchemical Press, 1990. 40 pages.
New York: 1995. 20th Anniversary Issue; Contains "Ancient Quartet" by Scott Russell Sanders - Changing perspectives about the basic substances, "The Primary Qualities" by Titus Burckhardt - An alchemical view, "The Nature of Nature" by Thomas Kelting - The search for the connectedness of all things, "Water Rises, Too" by...
London: Elkin Mathews, 1926. First edition. Drawings engraved on wood by W.M.R. Quick and printed at the Whitefriars Press; Introduction by Arthur Machen; Ownership bookplate of Henry LeRoy Finch, philosopher and early Gurdjieff Foundation member; 53 pages of text plus 38 drawings.
Holmes, 2007. Contains a short biography, The Mirror of Alcjemy & The Root of the World; 52 pages.
Tokyo: Rokakuho Uchida, 1936. First printing. vii, 102 pages.
Nice photocopy of the first edition, printed double sided and bound in paper covers with tape binding; Four volumes; 853 pages.
Cambridge: Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry, 2002. 96 pages.
Glasgow: Hermetic Studies, 1997. Hermetic Studies No. 1; Limited edition of 300 copies, numbered and signed by the publisher, Adam McLean, and bound in leatherette; 141 pages.
Cambridge: 1977. Complete in three issues; 188 pages plus volume XXIV Index laid-in; Individual issues from this and other volumes also available.
St. Gallen: Zollikofer, 1945. First printing. A short essay on the life and the main works of this great physician, scientist and philosopher; 95 pages plus fold-out map titled The Great Peregrination of Paracelsus.
London: Jeremy Mills, 2004. First edition. 576 pages.
Cambridge: 1985. Complete in three issues; 156 pages plus volume XXXII Index laid-in; Individual issues from this and other volumes also available.
Glasgow: Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks, 1983. First edition. This magical note book written by Dee during 1582-83 is an elaborate and spiritual account of planetary magical operations for invoking the planetary angels, and includes a list of the forms in which some of these spirits appear, together with some magic...
Glasgow: Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks, 1999. First edition. This is a collection of ten alchemical texts translated from the French by Mike Dickman. Most of these are of an allegorical nature and include 'alchemical dreams' or allegorical journeys. This is the first time that most of these have been available...
New York: Parabola, 1978. First edition. 136 pages.
Glasgow: Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks, 2002. First edition. Gerhard Dorn (1530-1584) was a key figure in the promulgation of Paracelsist ideas into the latter half of the 16th century. He translated, edited and commented on the works and ideas of Paracelsus. He was a Paracelsian physician and a prolific writer...
Glasgow: James Maclehose and Sons, 1906. First edition. Laid in is a slip stating 'With the Compliments of the Trustees and Family of the late Dr. James Young of Kelly'; 487 and 598 pages.
London: Derek Verschoyle, 1954.
Glasgow: Magnum Opus Source Works, 2011. First printing. The Aurora consurgens is one of the most important of early alchemical manuscripts. Created around the early 15th century it interwove spiritual, allegorical and material alchemy. It used a series of 38 coloured emblems to illustrate its ideas, some of which are...
Gilette: Heptangle, 1980. Translated by Eirenaeus Orandus; Printed letterpress; xxi, 89 pages.