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HISTORY AND MONUMENT
THE SALAMANDER OF LISIEUX III
THE SALAMANDER OF LISIEUX IV
Grand Officer of the Crown and Hermetic Philosopher
THE MAN OF THE WOODS
MYSTICAL HERALD OF THIERS
THE SPELLS AND WONDERS OF THE CASTLE OF DAMPIERRE I
THE CASTLE OF DAMPIERRE II
THE CASTLE OF DAMPIERRE III
CASTLE OF DAMPIERRE IV
THE CASTLE OF DAMPIERRE V
THE CASTLE OF DAMPIERRE VI
THE CASTLE OF DAMPIERRE VII
THE CASTLE OF DAMPIERRE IX
THE CASTLE OF DAMPIERRE X
THE CASTLE OF DAMPIERRE XII
THE BODYGUARDS OF FRANCIS II
DUKE OF BRITTANY
BODYGUARDS II
BODYGUARDS III
BODYGUARDS IV
BODYGUARDS V
BODYGUARDS VII
THE SUNDIAL OF THE HOLYROOD PALACE IN EDINBURGH
THE PARADOX OF THE UNLIMITED PROGRESS OF SCIENCE
THE FLOOD
ATLANTIS
THE CONFLAGRATION
THE GOLDEN AGE
END
APPENDICES
PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION
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The Dwellings of the Philosophers - Fulcanelli

The Dwellings of the Philosophers - Fulcanelli

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The Dwellings of the Philosophers is perhaps the most important alchemical work of the past two centuries. This first translation into English brings us a wealth of alchemical philosophy that has hitherto been unavailable. Fulcanelli's sentinel masterpiece takes the attentive reader through the alchemical labyrinth, decoding the monuments and architectural decoration built by those who have actively engaged in the Great Work. Fulcanelli instructs us by showing that history must be interpreted by the monuments that have been left and not by the historians who construct a worldview exclusively through documents, which method gives us an often jaded and unrepresentative view of what transpired.
Not only does Fulcanelli decode and interpret the various alchemical symbols of the houses of the alchemist and philosophers, he goes to great lengths to lay bare and explicate the alchemical worldview of past centuries. Fulcanelli presents us with the deep mysteries of the Great Work.
The Dwellings of the Philosophers is perhaps the most important alchemical work of the past two centuries. This first translation into English brings us a wealth of alchemical philosophy that has hitherto been unavailable. Fulcanelli's sentinel masterpiece takes the attentive reader through the alchemical labyrinth, decoding the monuments and architectural decoration built by those who have actively engaged in the Great Work. Fulcanelli instructs us by showing that history must be interpreted by the monuments that have been left and not by the historians who construct a worldview exclusively through documents, which method gives us an often jaded and unrepresentative view of what transpired.
Not only does Fulcanelli decode and interpret the various alchemical symbols of the houses of the alchemist and philosophers, he goes to great lengths to lay bare and explicate the alchemical worldview of past centuries. Fulcanelli presents us with the deep mysteries of the Great Work.

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