This article was written on January 01, 1964 posted under
This digest-sized periodical covered all of the traditional Llewellyn topics during the 1960s.
"It is the duty of all schools of thought to contribute to ideas for unity. Those who think themselves 'the one and only true' are contributors to a frame of mind which only gives 'the many and the false.'"
The science of alchemy is first and foremost a spiritual process of transformation and purification. However, there are two types of alchemy that often overlap. Practical alchemy, also called laboratory alchemy, is concerned with transforming a base material into a higher and more purified substance, such as the turning of a base metal into gold,... read this article