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Saturday, February 22 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Tried in the Fire: Alchemy and Judgement

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Judgement played a large part in the spiritual and scientific approaches to alchemy. We will be discussing the ways in which judgement shaped the laboratories, patronage, and reputations of alchemists from their peers and patrons. We will also explore how alchemists used the physical experiments as a place of judgement and advancement for their spiritual practices. We will spend some time viewing art that depicts conflict and conjoining in both literal and metaphorical beakers used in alchemical experiments. Attendance at one of Meg's previous talks will help give context but is not required and materials and videos can be viewed on Alchemists Anonymous on Facebook to help get an introduction to the subject matter.

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Meg Raphoon

Meg Raphoon studied the history of alchemy in England and Bohemia for her Doctoral Degree at the University of Michigan (ABD). As a cultural historian, Meg focused her research on the recruitment and patronage of alchemists in royal and noble courts during the reigns of Elizabeth... Read More →


Saturday February 22, 2020 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Henry Ford

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