Suggested reading list.

Here are some books that can aid you on the path of Alchemy, its randomly ordered:


  • The Hermetic tradition. Julius Evola.
  • The Great Art. A.J. Pernety
  • The Alchemist’s handbook. Frater Albertus.
  • The entire Great Work photographed. Roger Caro.
  • Spagyrics (Plant Alchemy). M. Junius.
  • The Golden chain of Homer.
  • Alchemy rediscovered and restored. Archibald Cockren.
  • In  persuit of gold. Lapidus.
  • Alchemists through the ages. Arthur E. Waite.
  • Real Alchemy. Robert Bartlett.
  • The way of the crucible. Robert Bartlett.
  • The path of Alchemy. Mark Stavish.
  • The Hermes paradigm. Book 1, 2 & 3. Rubaphilos.
  • Le mystere des Catherdrales. Fulcanelli.
  • The Holy Scriptures from different traditions. Bible, Koran etc. From East to West.
  • Corpus Hermeticum.
  • Hermes Trismigistus. R. van den Broek.
  • The dwellings of the philosophers. Fulcanelli.
  • The Great Alchemical Work of Eirenaeus Philalethes, Nicholas Flamel and Basil Valentine
    Rubellus Petrinus.
  • Splendor Solis.
  • Das acetone.
  • PON lessons. Philosophers of Nature. Triad publishing.
  • Alchemical essays. Dr Ross Mack.
  • The Philosopher’s Stone. I Regardie.
  • The Hermetic and Alchemical writings of Paracelsus.
  • Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum. Elias Ashmole
  • The green book.

Alchemy rising. The green book.



A very expensive book nowadays but worth the investment.

Here are some suggested books concerning magick/ mysticism.

  • The veritable Key of Solomon. S. Skinner & D. Rankine
  • Techniques of Solomonic magic. S. Skinner.
  • The clavis or key to unlock the Mysteries of Magic. Introduction by S Skinner and Daniel Clark
  • The cunning man’s Grimoire. Edited by S Skinner & David Rankine
  • Techniques of Graeco-Egyptian Magic. S Skinner.
  • Techniques of Solomonic magic. S Skinner.
  • The complete magician’s tables. Stephen Skinner.
  • The Greater Key of Solomon. Macgregor Mathers
  • Gateways to light and shadow. Frater Ashen Chassan
  • Liber Spirituum Adam P Forrest.
  • Gateways through stone and circle. Frater Ashen Chassan.
  • The Holy Daimon. Frater Acher.
  • The sworn book of Honorius. Petterson.
  • The complete Golden Dawn system of magic. I Regardie.
  • The Golden Dawn. I Regardie.
  • Circles of power. J. Greer.
  • Modern Magick. D.Kraig.
  • Transcendental magic. E. Levi.
  • The Key to the mysteries. E. Levi.
  • Golden Dawn rituals commentaries. P Zalewski.
  • The Mysical Qaballah. D Fortune.
  • The sacred magic of Abramelin the Mage. New German translation.
  • The Qabbalistic encyclopedia. David Godwin.
  • Secrets of the Golden Dawn Temple. Chic and Sandra Cicero.
  • The sorcerer’s secrets. Jason Miller.
  • Magical use of thought forms. Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki & J.H. Brennan.
  • Moon magic. Dion Fortune.
  • Moon child. Aleister Crowely.


  • The Holy books of Thelema.
  • Magick Book 4 Liber ABA. A. Crowley.
  • The Mystical and magical system of the A.’.A.’. James Eshelman.
  • Student reading list
  • Karl Germer. Selected letters.
  • Magick without tears.
  • Commentary on holy books and other papers.
  • The vision and the Voice with commentary and other papers.
  • Initiation in the Aeon of the child. Gunther
  • The angel and the abyss. Gunther
  • Gems from the Equinox. Edited by I Regardie.
  • Kenneth Grant. The Typhonian Trilogies.
  • Servants of the star and the snake. Henrik Bogdan.

On the gallery an impression of the personal library.



A personal note concerning books on these matters. Books are important but not the most important tools. The most important tool is ones own intuition and the ability to tap into our Higher aspects of the mind. Our inner guidance under the guidance of the Supreme Being is the most important source of knowledge. Secondly in relation to this ‘experience’ with those matters are more important then books. Sometimes the intellect (Ruach) is an obstacle for progress, it should be used to serve wisely. Books helps experience to relate but ‘doing’ the Work helps us to evolve on the Path of Return. Not by obtaining book knowledge. Wisdom isn’t from books, its from experience skillfully integrated into our daily life to benefit all sentient beings.

Ora et labora!

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