Courtyard Alchemy & Publishing
Courtyard Alchemy & Publishing presents:
Working with Dunameis
10.30 - 15.30
Join us for a full day of lecture and discussion. Lunch/refreshments included.
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The Philosopher's Net is a reworked edition of 'Decoding Alchemy an Introduction to the Mutus Liber' (2010).
This new hardback book presents an in-depth introduction to both the spiritual and practical aspects of alchemy utilising the 17th-century text of the 'Mutus Liber'.
'Robert Plimer has provided an insightful analysis of the allegorical and symbolical emblems, which allows the reader to gain knowledge of the secret and inner meanings coded within this early manuscript or mute book'.
The puzzling historical background to the 'Mutus Liber' is addressed, along with its possible authors.
This 188 page, (A5) hardback edition contains clear, full-page images from the earliest edition of the 'Mutus Liber' (17th C.), and cost £35.00 plus postage.
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Modern approaches to the Hermetica
Posted on June 3, 2015 by BPH
The message of the Hermetica can be studied from a historical perspective but can also be implemented in modern life. Robert Anderson Plimer is a modern-day Hermeticist and Alchemist who offers courses in alchemy and the Hermetica. Students have the opportunity to discuss and debate the significance and usefulness of the Hermetica in line with the occult traditions of the day.
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