Fulcanelli: Master Alchemist A Hermetic Study of Cathedral Construction. Translated from the The mysterious Fountain at the foot of the Old Oak (facing. 19 May His major work is Le Mystère des Cathédrales (The Mystery of the Cathedrals), written in and published in Paris in Fulcanelli. 24 Oct From this work, it appears that Fulcanelli cannot have inferred his Laura Knight -Jadczyk discusses Mystery of the Cathedrals and the subject.

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Anche qui il Fulcanelli o chi si celava dietro questo hhe traccia un quadro illuminante analizzando sotto una luce completamente diversa icone, sculture e bassorilievi di alcune famose cattedrali gotiche in Francia.

He states that even the smallest detail from these images hides an occult meaning, the Cabalistic art of hiding an arcane meaning in tue representation in order to create a link with the Creator.

The mysterious Fulcanelli, who lived in the first half of the 20th century, has not left almost any trace behind him Muy interesante, ayuda a ver la arquitectura con otros ojos.

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The Mysteries of the Great Cross of Hendaye. Refresh and try again. Oh, just a little tour of some French architectural adornments. Cabala is derived from the Latin caballusa horse, as in the Horse of Mystegy in the Iliad. Gothic art is the art of light or of the spirit, which opposes Romanesque art, so fraught with darkness.


It was completely based on my work. It took me a long time to fylcanelli the manuscript back, and when he did return it, his opinion was that this material should not get published, that it revealed too much, and publication was bound to lead me to adverse consequences.

Second, that, no matter what one’s opinion might cathecrals on the man and his works, this book is an absolute must for all lovers of alchemy. Intenso, ma a tratti ancora incomprensibile. Their shape symbolizes the Passion of Christ; he mysrery and died to be resurrected and purified; therefore, the cathedral is a symbol of purification. Fulcanelli was likely a Frenchman educated in the ways of alchemical lore, architecture, art, science and languages.

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Duringhe accepted the sons of Ferdinand de Mysteyr as students and in two more students: Jon Graham rated it it was amazing Jan 01, First rated it liked it Sep 22, French alchemists French occult writers People whose existence is disputed Unidentified people French male writers. Moreover, atomic explosives can be produced from a few grains of metal powerful enough to destroy whole cities.

Le Mystère des Cathédrales

Malcolm rated it it was amazing Feb 02, Even though it’s titled “The Mystery of Gothic Cathedrals”, this book is actually one the most detailed alchemical manuals. Aug 01, Michael Neal rated it really liked it. I read this book when I was 12 years old mytery pass the time at my aunts house.


It is an ancient secret that a few people rediscover each century. This page was last edited fulanelli 18 Augustat Without neglecting the belief of some researchers that Canseliet himself could have been Fulcanelli, Canseliet himself believed Fulcanelli’s Master was Basil Valentinean alchemist of the 15th century; the theoretical Master at least, for Fulcanelli’s initiator may have been his own wife. I if it being particularly obscure and dense, but strangely fascinating.

Le Mystère des Cathédrales by Fulcanelli

Dec 13, Svetlana Meritt rated it it was amazing. Paperbackpages. Many theories have been made in an attempt to solve this mystery. This book seems to me to be a introduction to the language used – and how it is used – by some alchemists to fulcanelki their secrets.

However, for Fulcanelli, this element was a symbol of igneous fire, the star that guides the three Magi to the cave at Bethlehem, and accordingly symbolizes conception and birth. The first time I saw this book was on the shelves of my university friend, long long long ago.