Much of Alchemy is misunderstood and shrouded in mystery within magical and fraternal orders, it is our goal to unravel some of the aspects which remain hidden behind conventional history.
First of all what is alchemy?
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The medieval forerunner of chemistry, based on the supposed transformation of matter. It was concerned particularly with attempts to convert base metals into gold or to find a universal elixir.” -Google
Many of the great minds of history studied and practiced Alchemy. It was responsible for sacred knowledge, sacred geometry, science, chemistry, medicine, healing, enlightenment, spirituality, and so much more.
Much of the history of Alchemy is scattered and viewed as only the science of attempting to changing regular metal into gold. Although that practice was probably attempted on the physical level, Alchemy has higher symbolic lessons about enlightenment and the transmutation of the soul.
The study of alchemy is as much a spiritual practice as it is a scientific study.
Check out this 8 video playlist with the history and teachings of the hidden Art & Science of Alchemy!
It appears to me that the union of Spirit & Science has been going on for a very long time. Perhaps as we study alchemy symbolically through our meditations and apply the teachings to our soul journey we will begin to transmute ourselves into balanced beings on all levels.
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