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Easy and intuitive to use. New features frequently added. Just what you need. Not what you don't. Programmer gives this app a lot of love and attention and it shows. Most of them were, in fact, highly spiritual men whose quest to transmute one substance into another was closer to mysticism than modern chemistry.

The essence of alchemy lay in the belief that certain incantations and rituals could convince or command angelic beings to change base metals into precious ones. According to ancient tradition, the mummy of Hermes Trismegistus, the master of alchemical philosophy, was found in an obscure chamber of the Great Pyramid of Giza, clutching an emerald tablet in its hands.

The words contained on the tablet revealed the alchemical creed that "It is true and without falsehood and most real: that which is above is like that which is below, to perpetuate the miracles of one thing.

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And as all things have been derived from one, by the thought of one, so all things are born from this thing, by adoption. For centuries, the writings of Hermes Trismegistus were considered a precious legacy from the master of alchemy. The Hermetics believed that the nature of the cosmos was sacramental: "that which is above is like that which is below. The alchemical adepts believed that the most perfect thing on the planet was gold and that it was linked with the sun.

The sun was considered to be the lowest manifestation of the spiritual world and therefore provided the intermediary between God and humankind. The science of alchemy was introduced to the Western world at the beginning of the second century of the common era. It was, however, years before the practice of the craft reached its zenith, concurrent with the persecutions of the pagans by the Christians.

Zosimus of Panapolis, self-appointed apologist of alchemy, cited a passage in Genesis as the origin of the arcane art: "The sons of God saw that the daughters of men were fair. The seven principal angels whose favor the alchemist sought to obtain for their transformation were Michael, who was believed to transmute base metals into gold and to dissolve any enmity directed toward the alchemist; Gabriel, who fashioned silver and foresaw the future; Samuel, who protected against physical harm; and Raphael, Sachiel, Ansel, and Cassiel, who could create various gems and guard the alchemist from attack by demons.

However, members of the clergy were skeptical that the alchemists were truly calling upon angels, rather than demons in disguise, and they recalled the words of the Church Father Tertullian c. While the Hermetic was akin to the mystic, a great deal more came out of those smoky laboratories than candidates for the torture chambers of the Inquisition.

In the intellectual half-light of the Middle Ages, the brotherhood of alchemy, perhaps by accident as much as design, did produce a number of valuable chemical discoveries. Albert le Grand produced potassium lye; Raymond Lully — prepared biocarbonate of potassium; Paracelsus — was the first to describe zinc and chemical compounds to medicine; Blaise Vigenere — discovered benzoic acid.

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Discoveries increased during the Renaissance when such men as Basil Valentine c. Evidence has been disinterred from the musty alchemists' libraries in Europe that suggests that certain of the medieval and Renaissance alchemists conducted experiments with photography, radio transmission, phonography, and aerial flight, as well as the endless quest to transmute base metals into gold. Budge, E. Egyptian Magic. New York: Dover Books, Caron M.

The Alchemists. New York: Grove Press, Heer, Friedrich. The Medieval World: Europe to Translated by Janet Sondheimer. Cleveland, Ohio: World Books, Meyer, Marvin, and Richard Smith, eds. Ancient Christian Magic.