Published February 1999
by Academic Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
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Alchemy in the East and in the West Chinese alchemy, largely associated with Taoism, has a recorded history of more than years, but traditionally it goes back even further, to the Yellow Emperor and his Three Immortal Ladies, some years BC. This book starts with a decent introduction to alchemy from a historic perspective. I bought the book because of the nice illustrations and photos of common chemical apparatus. Once you get past the history, the book descends into hippy land where one needs to be an uneducated Middle Ages inhabitant who believes in astrology and other such /5. Alchemy is thought to have originated over years ago in Hellenic Egypt, the result of three converging streams: Greek philosophy, Egyptian technology and the mysticism of Middle Eastern religions. Its heyday was from about A.D. to the middle of the seventeenth century, and its practitioners ranged from kings, popes, and emperors to minor clergy, parish . Read this book on Questia. American Alchemy: The California Gold Rush and Middle-Class Culture by Brian Roberts, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of American Alchemy: The California Gold Rush and Middle-Class Culture ().