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CLYMER, R.S. - Alchemy and the alchemists. Giving the secret of the Philosopher's stone, the Elixer of youth, and the universal solvent. Also showing that the true alchemists did not seek to transmute base metals into gold, but sought the highest initiation or the development of the spiritual in man. 4 volumes.

Allentown, The philosophical publishing, 1907. 266, 230, 243, 214 pp. Cloth. Portrait. ex libris pasted on endpapers of volume 1 and 3, volume 2 some tape on endpapers (hinges weak), endpaper volume 4 a bit damaged, written text on endpaper volume 4, otherwise in good condition ¶ Reuben Swinburne Clymer (November 25, 1878 - June 3, 1966) was an American occultist and modern Rosicrucian Supreme Grand Master of the FRC (Fraternitas Rosae Crucis), perhaps the oldest continuing Rosicrucian organization in the Americas.[1][2][3][4] He practiced alternative medicine, and wrote and published works on it as well as (his version of) the teachings of Paschal Beverly Randolph (1825-1875), alchemy, nutrition, religion, sex magic and spiritualism. This led to a number of conflicts with Harvey Spencer Lewis (1883-1939) and the AMORC (Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis), FUDOSI, Aleister Crowley, and even the American Medical Association. Contents1 Life1.1 Randolph and the FRC1.2 Rivalry with Harvey Spencer Lewis and AMORC1.3 Later life2 Writings3 Legacy4 Selected publications5 References6 External links
EUR 950.00 [Appr.: US$ 1015.94 | £UK 803 | JP¥ 162342] Book number 637816

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