The Book of Aquarius was anonymously emailed into the Forgotten Books web site on March 20, 2011. The book claims to provide full theory and practical instructions on alchemy and how to make the real Philosophers' Stone, capable of healing all disease, reversing the aging process and transmuting lead into gold. A bold claim if there ever was one. By the next day, all of us at Forgotten Books had read through the manuscript, which was submitted as a compressed file of WordPad documents. Although opinions differed, we all agreed that The Book of Aquarius is a fascinating and even entertaining read (some of us were laughing out loud at times), certainly a great addition to alchemical literature, not just on Forgotten Books but in the whole realm of English language alchemical literature available. Such an interesting, objective and no-nonsense book on alchemy has never before been written, yet it somehow fits in perfectly with the older alchemical books published centuries ago. The writing style is not what you might expect; modern and informal at times, but at the same time the words have a resonance of truth about them. But the question remains: "is it true?" I can't say I know the answer. That is for you to decide. The claims are unbelievable, yet the explanations are perfectly logical. The Book of Aquarius is now hosted on the Forgotten Books web site, where the author frequently visits to answer any questions submitted on a forum he has setup with the free hosting space provided by Forgotten Books. Table of Contents The Book of Aquarius; Foreword; What is Alchemy?; How Does It Work?; The Powers of the Stone; Disbelief; Interpretations; Obscurity; The Secret; Yin-Yang; Cycles of Nature; Metallic Generation; The Emerald Tablet; What Is
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Descripción Forgotten Books, 2011. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111451020163
Descripción Forgotten Books, 2011. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New!. Nº de ref. de la librería VIB1451020163