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Searching for the Soror Mystica
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Paul Ferguson
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 Posted: Fri Mar 29th, 2013 09:59 am
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"In this book, Robin L. Gordon explores the lives and alchemical practice of a number of remarkable women. Searching for the Soror Mystica touches upon the history of science, biography, classical Jungian psychology, women’s studies, theology, and a dash of the occult sciences. Readers will encounter sixteenth to seventeenth century politics, religion, scientific inquiries, medical discoveries, and even the way love can result in some misguided choices."

http://www.amazon.com/Searching-Soror-Mystica-Science-Alchemists/dp/076186055X

...and website here:

http://www.womenalchemists.com/

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 Posted: Fri Mar 29th, 2013 02:36 pm
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Sorry, my email did not give your whole message & I see that you had given the web site. The contents might be useful though

Robin has a web site at:

womenalchemists.com/

Contents: Alchemy 101; Sophie Brahe; Anna Maria Zieglerin; Marie Meurdrac; Katherine Boyle Jones; Margaret Cavendish; Mystic sisters; Natura Exenterata; References

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