This musical meditation is a creative response to the writings of Dennis William Hauck which have impacted my life in ways I have not yet fully realized. My inspired thoughts guided this effort, but the music was born in the mystery of the sacred marriag.
Dennis William Hauck presents a penetrating discussion of the origins and power of the ancient teachings of Hermes and how they evolved in alchemy, literature, religion, and science. Topics include the Emerald Tablet, the history of Balinas (Apollonius o.
Dennis William Hauck discusses the origins and power of the font of wisdom that sprung forth in Egypt during the period known as Zep Tepi -- over 10,000 years ago.
Everything you need to know about alchemy in the time it takes to boil an egg!
In this lecture at the Philosophical Research Society of Los Angeles, Dennis William Hauck presents an archetypal journey through the metals and the powerful energies they symbolize. The focus is on transmuting each of the seven metals on a planetary spi.
In this lecture at the Philosophical Research Society (PRS) of Los Angeles, Dennis William Hauck presents a short history of alchemy centered on the fabled Emerald Tablet and expands the ancient wisdom into a viable discipline of personal transformation .
Dennis William Hauck discusses the meaning of the Emerald Tablet with Dr. Jeffrey Mishlove on this popular Wisdom Network and PBS program "Thinking Allowed." Topics covered include the connections between Hermetic philosophy and modern science, and how t.
Dennis William Hauck discusses two empowering alchemical engravings in this interview by Doneliya Deneva of AMORC. They are the "Azoth of the Philosophers" and the "Tabula Smaragdina". High resolution copies of the drawings can be downloaded from https:/.
The true nature and spirit of alchemy is revealed by going back in time to a medieval laboratory and discovering the deeper meaning of the processess and operations taking place in the lab and in the mind of the alchemist.
Alchemists believed that no transformation—whether in the laboratory, in the body, or in the soul—could succeed without the presence of a mysterious ingredient known as the Materia Prima (First Matter). Nothing was more important to alchemist’s work than.