The Hermetic Museum was published in Latin at Frankfort, in the year 1678, and, as its title implies, it was an enlarged form of an anterior work which, appearing in 1625, is more scarce, but, intrinsically, of less value. Its design was apparently to supply in a compact form a representative collection of the more brief and less ancient alchemical writers; in this respect, it may be regarded as a supplement to those large storehouses of Hermetic learning such as the Theatrum Chemicum, and that scarcely less colossal of Mangetus, the Bibliotheca Chemica Curiosa, which are largely concerned with the cream of the archaic literature, with the works of Geber and the adepts of the school of Arabia, with the writings attributed to Hermes, with those of Raymond Lully, Arnold de Villa Nova, Bernard Trevisan, and others.
This is volume 2 out of 2.
The Golden Tripod, Second Tract.
The Chemical Treatise Of Thomas Norton, The Englishman, Called Believe-Me, Or The Ordinal Of Alchemy.
The Testament Of Cremer
The New Chemical Light
A Preface To The Riddle Of The Sages.
A Parable, Or Enigma Of The Sages.
A Dialogue Between Mercury, The Alchemist, And Nature.
New Chemical Light. Second Part. Concerning Sulphur.
An Open Entrance To The Closed Palace Of The King.
A Subtle Allegory Concerning The Secrets Of Alchemy
The Three Treatises Of Philalethes.
A Brief Guide To The Celestial Ruby.
The Fount Of Chemical Truth.
John Frederick Helvetius' Golden Calf,
The All-Wise Doorkeeper, Or A Fourfold Figure,