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Fulcanelli and the Alchemical Revival: The Man Behind the Mystery of the Cathedrals

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3.21 of 5 stars 3.21  ·  rating details  ·  19 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Sheds new light on the identity of the alchemist Fulcanelli

• Provides new understanding of the relationships between the most important figures of the esoteric milieu of Paris in the first half of the 20th century

• Includes a wealth of rarely seen documents, photos, and letters

Fulcanelli, operative alchemist and author of The Mystery of the Cathedrals a
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Paperback, 182 pages
Published November 19th 2006 by Destiny Books (first published 1996)
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Tim Pendry
What a dreadful book - poorly written, obscure, poorly translated, poorly edited, pompous, deeply incoherent and providing no context or analysis. It gets one star because it contains some interesting photographs and some less interesting but at least accurately photographed documentation. You are left with an impression of a set of more than a little nutty marginalised figures living from hand to mouth on their eccentricities - and this may not be entirely fair to them. What we want is a hypoth ...more
Jim
It took me almost 2 hours to find the rather crude cypher key.

It was hardly worth the effort.

Nothing new here.
Ben
Really just a jumble of names rather than a coherent narrative. It focuses on too many disparate individuals without really telling us anything about them, which just becomes disorientating. Dubois really adds nothing to the debate which is not covered in the superior 'Fulcanelli Phenomena'.
Scott
Nov 13, 2008 Scott is currently reading it
Wicked, wicked Genevieve! Like some McLuhan machine (a mechanical bride), what are you obscuring? What do you reveal? Who are you working for? Why has nobody bothered to read you closely in relation to the Riviere book, cross their eyes and see the stereogram you two generate together?
John Scott
If your releally into secret societies and history of about hidden treasures and what the Myans are telling us it is real eye opener.
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