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Dr. Sigismund Bacstrom (circa 1750-1805) was a physician, alchemist, and Rosicrucian. This compendium contains significant texts and commentary from Dr. Bacstrom?s personal notebooks on alchemy.
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Dr Sigismund Bacstrom (circa 1750-1805), born in Scandinavia, was a physician, alchemist, and Rosicrucian. In 1794 he was initiated into the Societas Rosae Crucis by Comte Louis de Chazal, an occultist and alchemist. Bacstrom met Chazal on the island of Mauritius during Bacstrom's travels as a ship's surgeon. This meeting led to Bacstrom's interest in alchemy. Eventually he settled in London where he practiced alchemy and other ancient arts. He avidly translated many alchemical works into English at the end of the 18th and the beginning of the 19th century.
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