Abraham, The Jew
Abraham, The Jew: (Alchemist and magician, circa, 1400). Comparatively few biographical facts are forthcoming concerning this German Jew, who was ...
Alfarabi (d. 954) Arab alchemist second to JABIR IBN HAYYAR (Geber) in repute during his lifetime. Alfarabi 11 Alfarabi was ...
Albert Aluys (18th c.) was a French fraudulent alchemist. Albert Aluys (also given as Alnys) was stepson to the alchemist ...
Apollonius of Tyana
Apollonius of Tyana (first c. C.E.) One of the most reputed Adepts of the Roman Empire, skilled in healing, Magic, ...
Artephius (12th c.) Mysterious Hermetic philosopher and alchemist alleged to have lived more than 1,000 years, thanks to the secrets ...
Elias Ashmole (1617–1692) was an English historian and scholar with an intense interest in Alchemy. Elias Ashmole is best known ...
RogerBacon (1214–1292) The earliest alchemist in England, known as Doctor Mirabilis. Roger Bacon was a philosopher, a genius, and a ...
Bernard of Trèves
Bernard of Trèves (1406–1490) Alchemist also known as Bernard Trèvisan, who spent a fortune and endured a life of hardship ...
Böhme, Jakob (1575–1624) Bohemian shoemaker and mystic, whose works are important to a spiritual interpretation of Alchemy. Jakob Böhme (also ...
Robert Boyle (1627–1691) was an Irish physicist, chemist, and alchemist. Robert Boyle was of noble birth, the 14th child of ...
Tycho Brahe (1546–1601) was a Danish astronomer and alchemist. Tycho Brahe is best known for his astronomical observations that led ...
Cagliostro, Count Alessandro
Count Alessandro Cagliostro (1743–1795) was an Italian occultist and alchemist, reputed to be one of the most celebrated magicians of ...
Thomas Charnock (1526–1581) was an English alchemist. Thomas Charnock was born in 1524 in Faversham, Kent. In his early twenties, ...
Coeur, Jacques (15th c.) French fraudulent alchemist. Jacques Coeur was a fl amboyant man who enjoyed prestige in the court ...
D’Apone, Pietro (b. 1250) Italian physician, alchemist, and reputed magician who met his demise in the Inquisition. Many of the ...
John Damian (15th–16th c.) was a Scottish alchemist who assisted King James IV (1473–1513). John Damian apparently lacked great alchemical ...
de Rupecissa, John
de Rupecissa, John (14th c.) French monk and alchemist of dubious reputation. John de Rupecissa was a Franciscan who gained ...
John Dee (1527–1608) was an Alchemist, mathematician, astronomer, and astrologer, sometimes called the last royal magician because of his astrological ...
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