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     Study Course on the Ripley Scroll
by Adam McLean
The study course is now available as a printed book or as a downloadable pdf file.

This course will be found especially interesting to those have taken the Foundation course on alchemical symbolism, as this advanced course builds upon the material and approach presented there, applying the ideas to investigating the Ripley Scroll.
The course is entirely self contained with no need for any external materials.
This is a short course of seven lessons originally intended to be studied over a period of six months. It applies the methods undertaken in my Foundation course to a detailed examination of this remarkable work of alchemical symbolism, revealing all the structure contained in the details of the symbolism. This is an advanced course rather than an introductory one.
Lesson 1 : Introduction - Placing the scroll in context
Lesson 2 : Identifying the components of the Scroll
Lesson 3 : The sequence within the sequence
Lesson 4 : The spiritualisation of the corporeal
Lesson 5 : Final Conjunction and Projection
Lesson 6 : The type II scrolls
Lesson 7 : Ripley's signature

If you have any questions before you purchase the course please email Adam McLean adam@alchemywebsite.com

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