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The Hermetic and Alchemical Writings of Aureolus Philippus Theophrastus…

by Paracelsus

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Written by someone who still too alchemy seriously in 1890's. ( )
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You who are skilled in Alchemy, and as many others as promise yourselves great riches or chiefly desire to make gold and silver, which Alchemy in different ways promises and teaches;  equally, too, you who willingly undergo toil ad vexations, and wish not to be freed from them, until you have attained your rewards, and the fulfilment of the promises made to you;  experience teaches this every day, that out of thousands of you not even one accomplishes his desire.
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