Herbal Alchemy: A Practical Manual of Spagyrics: An Illustrated Guide to Making Herbal Medicines
Frater M. T. O. (Author)
DescriptionIn this workbook on Herbal Alchemy, Frater MTO will lift the veil on the confusing components of Alchemy. Giving step by step instructions on the creation of an Herbal Alchemical or Spagyric Tincture, with 143 full color photos, Frater MTO demonstrates how you can step into the world of Alchemy and begin your quest for the Philosophers Stone. This book is a true workbook, complete with space for journaling and record-keeping, to aid the aspirant through the mystical art that is alchemy.
November 25, 2017
6.0 X 0.34 X 9.0 inches | 0.55 pounds
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About the Author
Frater M.T.O. has been a student of the spiritual mysteries for most of his life, including being a practicing Alchemist, Magician and Occultist for over 20 years. He teaches classes on Alchemy and Magic the Denver Colorado area and has taught hundreds of students over the past 10 years. He has studied within several schools of alchemy, is a member of the International Alchemy Guild, and has completed guild's Alchemy Study Program as well as having completed the Philosophers of Nature coursework. He is the Chief Adept of the Order of the Golden Dawn in the Outer headquartered in Denver, CO. He has been a featured speaker on numerous blogs and radio shows regarding Alchemy including VH Frater BT's "The Esoterinerd Podcast" and the "Dr. Mike After Dark" radio show. His alchemy blog, Alembic Alchemy, has thousands of subscribers and he has recently launched an online alchemy academy for those interested in learning more about Alchemy. Both the blog and academy of classes have been recently combined into a single website with his metaphysical store, Ye Olde Magic Shoppe (www.yeoldemagicshoppe.com), which he owns with his partner. He currently resides in Denver Colorado with his wonderful family and amazing partner, Soror MIMM.