PDA

View Full Version : Alchemical Books on Tape / CD anyone?



Moshe
01-24-2012, 05:38 AM
Hi Folks,

I am going for a looooong drive on Thursday.
I am so enthralled in studying and reading alchemy, I do not want to stop the momentum.
My mind is a sponge.
Does anyone know of any good Alchemy books on Tape / CD that I might get my hands on to pass the time in profound contemplation?

I would also settle to know about some good alchemical podcasts. (good ones please)

Chenkel
01-27-2012, 12:12 AM
Maybe I've caught you too late. But I've got some stuff here that I load onto an MP3 player in the car. Just right click and download:
http://www.nakedalchemy.com/Library/AudioLibrary
I also really like Stephan Hoeller's lectures.
If anyone wants me to transfer up a public domain text in this format, just let me know and I'll post.

Moshe
01-27-2012, 09:48 PM
Maybe I've caught you too late. But I've got some stuff here that I load onto an MP3 player in the car. Just right click and download:
http://www.nakedalchemy.com/Library/AudioLibrary
I also really like Stephan Hoeller's lectures.
If anyone wants me to transfer up a public domain text in this format, just let me know and I'll post.

It's never too late! (Although the first 12 hours drive is over... there is always the RETURN trip)
This is great.
I am so excited to start listening.

Do you have Stephan Hoeller's lectures?

Chenkel
01-27-2012, 10:37 PM
No... they're mostly a pay-for kinda thing. It looks like he's got some new alchemy stuff up there since I was at his site last so I can't comment on them. His take is fairly Jungian though... not everyone likes that but I find he does a decent job of meshing the Jungian with the older stuff in a way that sheds some light on the whole thing.

http://bcrecordings.net/store/

Anyway... I mostly like him because he's just a good lecturer with a sense of humour... and he does have some of his stuff up for free.

http://www.bcrecordings.net/store/index.php?main_page=page_2

Moshe
01-29-2012, 04:16 AM
Thanks Chenkel.
I appreciate it.

Anyone else have any good stuff like this?
It'd be nice to have a expanded resource of good audio teachings / podcasts, etc.
Ideally free. But not necessarily.