Robert A. Nelson
In 1675, young rogue monk Wenzel Seyler found the Philosophers' Stone buried in the ruins of a chapel at St. Thomas' Monastery, Bruna, Moravia. He made gold for Emperor Leopold Habsburg, became a Baron, Master of the Mint, and survived his enemies and his depravity, thanks to one loyal friend, Francis Preyhausen. Closely based on true storys.
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John J. BECHER : Magnalia Naturae
Frederick GUALDUS : The Revelation of the True Chemical Wisdom
Lawrence M. Principe: The Aspiring Adept (Robert Boyle & His Alchemical Quest); Princeton University Press, 1998. See Appendix 2.