Frater Albertus - Written Works

Written Works

  • Drei Novellen 1932
  • Dachstubenverse eines Ausgewanderten (Attic Poems of an Emigrant)
  • The Alchemist's Handbook 1960
  • From One to Ten 1966
  • Praxis Spagyrica Philosophia (Leipzig, 1711) (1966 PRS limited ed. 500 copies) 1998 Weiser with From One to Ten
  • The Seven Rays of the QBL (1st. Ed. 1981.) 1985 Weiser
  • Praktische Alchemie im Zwanzigsten Jahrhundert 1970 PRS (German)
  • Men and Cycles of the Universe 1970
  • The Alchemist of the Rocky Mountains 1976 PRS (limited edition 500 copies)
  • Gently I Answered and Said 1978 PRS (limited edition 500 copies)

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