Mutus Liber - The Wordless Book of Alchemical Transmutation - Analysis of Alchemy from 1677

The 1677 Mutus Liber (Silent or Wordless Book) is among the most enduringly enigmatic and popular books of alchemy. Composed in the twilight of alchemical theory and practice, it seems to present a method for producing the Stone of the Philosopher's using Spring Dew gathered and transformed by Masculine and Feminine alchemists. In this episode celebrating Alchemy Day - February 11 - I carefully work through the techniques of the Mutus Liber, explore his historical content and discuss its impact, especially on French occultism.

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Jung's 1677 Mutus Liber - https://www.e-rara.ch/cgj/content/titleinfo/1350330
Mutus Liber 1702 - https://archive.org/details/b30456484_0001/page/939/mode/1up
McLean - Commentary on the Mutus Liber - 978-0933999909
Barbault - Gold of a Thousand Mornings - https://archive.org/details/gold_thousand_mornings/mode/1up
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