Mutus Liber – Alchemy and its Mute Book – Eugène Canseliet F.C.H.

Mutus Liber - Alchemy and its Mute Book  - Eugène Canseliet F.C.H.In 2010 Inner Garden published Br. Magaphon’s commentary on the Mutus Liber – the Book Without Words. This year we offer a commentary on the Mutus Liber from a close successor in the art: Eugène Canseliet. Canseliet had a most pivotal role in the transmission of the alchemical tradition in Europe in the 20th century. Canseliet may perhaps only brush upon the innermost secrets of the book but still this book still offers a most formidable insight into the Visual Language of the Alchemists of old.

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Mutus Liber - Alchemy and its Mute Book  - Eugène Canseliet F.C.H.

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