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Lost Book of Alchemy

A recently released work by renowned hermeticist and Golden Dawn member Israel Regardie, explores the many facets of the alchemist’s Philosopher’s Stone. The manuscript had made its way to the Llewellyn publishing company years ago, and has at last, been recently published. This work of Regardie’s had been untouched and features annotation by Chic and Tabatha Cicero. Gold: Israel Regardie’s Lost Book of Alchemy introduces an analysis of an old treatise known as The True Book written by the Greek philosopher Synesius. This treatise is one of the oldest resources on alchemical knowledge and was first introduced in the late 1600’s in Basil Valentine’s The Triumphal Chariot of Antimony. Regardie, like most hermeticisits of his time, found much psycho-spiritual correlation with alchemical philosophy and practice and begins the book drawing out these connections and relating a Western perspective of alchemy with Eastern philosophy and symbolism such as Zen Buddhism. This unique element is represented in the third chapter entitled “The Mystical Experience”. The philosophical and spiritual principles of Mercury, Sulfur, and Salt are also addressed as well as the symbolism in correlation with these basic components. Although this is not a laboratory guide to alchemy, Regardie emphasizes the importance of the metaphysical and healing components of The Great Work, and also presents a ritualistic perspective for the reader who wishes to consider these alchemical correspondences while working magick in their temple spaces. Provided is a “Golden Dawn-esque” table of correspondences correlating the Hermetic schools and their relationships to one another alchemically. There is a detailed glossary which gives the reader insight into the common alchemical and Hermetic terms and key historical points. This work is written as most books by Regardie, providing a rich and broken down analysis of material which is useful for providing an explanation for the typical alchemical allegories that are common in elder alchemical works.

Herb of the Month


Cinnamon is a fantastic herb for December! Its fiery aroma can liven up teas and coffee, but get your inner child out and mix enough applesauce with powdered cinnamon to make a dough, roll it out, use cookie cutter, poke a hole near the top of the art, let it dry, and color with metallic markers and presto!

Oil of the Month


A spicy scent traditionally used to strengthen will-power, Cardamom is the perfect holiday gift for the New Year's resolution fans in your life. It is traditionally thought to aid digestion in several traditional healing modalities from around the world too, so order some for your bath or aromatherapy diffuser today!

Stone of the Month

Black Tourmaline

Black Tourmaline is a powerful and useful stone, found all around the globe. Helpful for Grounding, as well as Protection, this dark blue/black stone will help shield you from negativity of any kind. It is said to give the body relief from Anxiety, as well as Arthritis. Ancients used this stone for Purifying themselves, and to build confidence within themselves before performing healing or magickal ceremonies.

Statue of the Month


Bastet is an Egyptian goddess of warfareand protection. Bastet is seen as a Goddess of magick, blessings, joy, dance, growth, and fertility. Calling upon Bast can bring a humor and playfulness into one’s home.

Talisman of the Month

Tree of Life

The Tree of Life is the most recognizable symbol of the Qabalah, or Jewish Mysticism. It represents the attributes of God, the creation on the universe, and the spiritual path of Mankind back to God. There are several versions of the glyph; this being the most popular and based on the 1652 design of Qabalist Athanasius Kircher. Wear this talisman as a symbol of your place in the universe and connection to the Divine.

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This month in Astrology...


Sagittarius is the final Fire sign of the western zodiac and manifests itself in an adventurous spirit. Those born under the sign of Sagittarius tend to be restless explorers that are always interested in finding what excitement a new adventure will bring. Said to be the “philosopher” of the zodiac, this sign takes an active approach to their mental applications. If you are a Sagittarius, be sure not to let your ideals get the best of you. If you happen to love a Sagittarius, allow them to have the space and freedom to breath and remember their need for fresh, new stimuli can also be a source of adventure for you.


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