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★ Thor, George [XVII secolo]. Cheiragogia heliana. A manuduction to the philosopher's magical gold: out of which profound, and subtile discourse; two of the particullar tinctures, that of Saturn and Jupiter conflate; and of Jupiter single, are recommended as short and profitable works, by the restorer of it to the light. To which is added; Antron Mitras; Zoroaster's cave: or, An intellectuall echo, &c. Together with the famous Catholic epistle of John Pontanus upon the minerall fire. By Geo. Thor Astromagus. London, Printed for Humphrey Moseley at the Prince’s Armes in St Paul’s Church-yard, 1659.

In 8° (15 cm), cc. [6], pp. 96.

Prima edizione.

Testo di alchimia e magia, nell’ambito del quale si trovano cenni sulla disciplina astrologica, che certo non è la protagonista.

Esemplari: National Library of Medicine of the USA; University of Minnesota, Minneapolis; University Arizona, Tucson; University of Wisconsin, Madison; Boston Public Library; University of Illinois; University of Chicago; Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington; Yale University; UCLA Library, Los Angeles; British Library; Christ Church Library, Oxford; Glasgow University.

★ Altra edizione: 1667, in 8°, A-G8, cc. [6], pp. 96, London, Printed for Mattew Smelt, at the sign of the ship in More-fields, con il titolo An easie introduction to the philosophers magical gold. To which is added, Zoroaster’s Cave; As also John Pontanus Epistle upon The Mineral Fire; otherwise called The Philosophical Stone. By Geor: Thor, Astromagus. A1 verso e A8 verso sono bianche. Dopo il titolo si trova una lettera To the students in Magic for the of the astrall science. In A8 recto: Programma authoris. Qualche fregio xilografico. Esemplare della Harvard University.