The Invisible College: "Alchemy"112
The Invisible College: "Alchemy"112
Paperback(The Alchemical Edition)
Featuring world artists from the Visionary School, Surrealism and more. Artist featured in the past include Jim Harter, Robert Venosa, Martina Hoffman, Pascal Ferry, Hannah Yata and more.
Current poetry is highlighted, with poets new and old from various cultures. Poetry ranging from Dale Pendell, Whit Griffin, Sappho, Rumi have been included in past editions.
Philosophers of today, who delve into Spiritual Ecologies, Psychedelics, Alternative Thought, Art and more. P.D. Newman, Mike Crowley, Leana Alba have lent their viewpoints on myriad topics.
The Invisible College takes it's inspiration from illuminated manuscripts of the past, combined with modern aesthetics and sensibilities. Each edition has it's own theme illuminated by Gwyllm Llwydd, eye candy for the mind & soul!
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About the Author
Perhaps one of the oldest arts that could be considered Alchemical would be ceramics.
We are featuring the ceramics of Andrea O’Reilly: ”Art Of The Four Elements”... in this
ancient field, which is a first for The Invisible College.
P.D Newman returns to the Invisible College with an excerpt from his new book, “Angels
in Vermillion”, The Philosophers Stone from Dee to DMT. It makes for a great read.
We are very pleased to present the poetry of Whit Griffin, an excerpt from his new book,
“Uncanny Resonance”. Whit’s poetry is some of the very best of our current poets in the
We are happy to present “Psychognosis” along with the beautiful art of
the author Daniel Mirante. His art work, his teaching and his understanding of the Alchemical process is nicely laid out in his article.
We are pleased to present the art of Madeline von Foerster in “Alchemy Expressed
Through Surrealism” . Amazing artwork, beautifully surreal; executed in the oil and egg tempera mische technique developed by the Flemish Masters.
We have an interview with Sasha Chaitow whose new book “Atalanta Unveiled” is causing
quite a stir in alchemical circles in Europe and the USA. This is quite a wide ranging interview
in only the way that Ronnie Pontiac can conduct an interview.
Laurence Caruana shares both his art and his journey through alchemy with us in his article
“Speculum Alchemae”. The details of his Alchemical journey from the 1990’s in Montreal,
to his life now in Europe. Laurence’s art is a bonus to this article, he is well known in
the Visionary School, and in fact one of the founders of The Academy of Visionary Art in
Vienna, now residing in France.
Holly Van Fleet returns to this edition with more of her concise writings and “Alchemical
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