Alchemy Art Galleries

A preview of some images from the program.


Dennis William HauckDENNIS WILLIAM HAUCK is an author and lecturer working to facilitate personal and global transformation through the application of the ancient principles of alchemy. He has been interviewed on nearly three hundred radio and TV shows and is the author of  The Emerald Tablet: Alchemy for Personal Transformation, Sorcerer's Stone: A Beginner's Guide to Alchemy, and The Complete Idiot's Guide to Alchemy.
Robert Allen BartlettROBERT BARTLETT began his alchemical study at the Paracelsus Research Society (which later became Paracelsus College) under the guidance of the famous American alchemist Dr. Albert Reidel (also known as Frater Albertus). Robert has published two books: Real Alchemy: A primer of Practical Alchemy and The Way of the Crucible.
Mathew IngallsMATHEW INGALLS is a practicing alchemist and has devoted his life to the Great Work of Alchemy. He is the current President of the International Alchemy Guild and also the head of the Church of the Emerald Tablet. He has an extensive background in Hermetic studies. 
John HernandezJOHN HERNANDEZ (Frater John) is the founder of the online alchemical project Lux Permanet and also a co-writer and producer of the Alchemical Rock Opera “Illumine.” John holds the Diploma in Alchemy and is a widely respected teacher of alchemy and personal transformation. He is also a Master Mason and a Frater in the Fraternity of the Hidden Light.


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The oldest continuing education program on alchemy. Both spiritual and practical paths of alchemy are covered. Certificates issues for each of the seven modules, and students who complete all seven modules receive the Diploma in Alchemy. More Information . . .
This online course with practicing alchemist John Reid is intended as an introductory survey of the techniques and lab work in practical alchemy. More Information . . .
This online survey course with practicing alchemist Robert Allen Bartlett covers the techniques of spagyrics including Eastern alchemy techniques of Ayurveda. More Information . . .
This first level course in practical alchemy is offered as on-site class in Seattle, Washington, with Robert Bartlett. Information on Robert Bartlett course  
This second level course in practical alchemy is offered as an on-site class in Seattle, Washington, with Robert Bartlett. Information on Robert Bartlett course   
This third level course in practical alchemy is offered as an on-site class in Seattle, Washington, with Robert Bartlett. Information on Robert Bartlett course  
This is a real time class in the techniques of spiritual alchemy with Dennis William Hauck. Real-time streaming video images, exercises, and meditations. More information . . .
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Student Art Galleries


About the Alchemy Art Galleries

ALBUM 1 - Mutus Liber. Mutus Liber (Latin: "Silent Book") is a wordless alchemical text published in France in 1677. It deals with the extraction of the First Matter from dew, but also carries mysterious and powerful secrets about the processes of spiritual alchemy.

ALBUM 2 - Nicolas Flamel Notebooks. Nicolas Flamel, who was born around 1330, lived in Paris and was a successful bookseller who discovered an ancient book on alchemy by Abraham the Jew. Using the book, he and his wife Pernelle are said to have discovered the Philosopher's Stone and Elixir of Life.

ALBUM 3 - Splendor Solis. Splendor Solis (Latin: "Splendor or the Sun") was written around 1530 by Salomon Trismosin, the teacher of Paracelsus. The symbolic process shows the  alchemical death and rebirth of the king, and incorporates a series of seven flasks, each depicting an operation in the creation of the Philosopher's Stone.

The images in these online galleries are a small part of the original alchemical art used in the Alchemy Home Study Program. Some drawings are meant for meditation to reveal some of the deeper principles of alchemy, while others have more practical uses in illustrating operations and equipment. Students enrolled in the program are able to download hundreds of images for use in their studies, as well as hundred of illustrated eBooks.


Internet Alchemy Gallery

The Internet Alchemy Gallery hosts hundreds of public artwork related to alchemy. To upload your own artwork of alchemy images or view images submitted by others, go to the Internet  Alchemy Gallery at .