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  • Title: The Black Alchemist
  • Author: Andrew Collins
  • ISBN: 9780099165514
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. I love the original edition of this book, I must have read it 15 times in the last 25 years, so I was keen to compare Although I enjoyed this new and updated edition I missed some of my favourite parts that have been edited out along the way They style is a bit mature than the original, but as a long time follower of his work there was little added information I d not heard at one point or another at questing conferences and events If I was revisiting this without having re read since the first [...]


  2. This book was an okay read, but I was glad when I d completed it In fairness to it, I don t read a lot of non fiction, and it is supposed to be a factual account of occult happenings that occurred in the Sussex Kent Essex countryside spanning 1985 to 1987 Belief of the events or not aside, I found it all a bit stilted For a factual account it was quite informative, if a little repetitive Things were repeated as if filler was being used to get to acceptable Novel Length , but that aside, it flowe [...]


  3. I don t normally read books about magic, be it black or white, and this one I would never have known about if it hadn t been written by Andrew Collins, an author of a few books on ancient mysteries I have read over the years This one, one of his older books, was compulsive reading, really hard to put down It claims to be a true account of a magical confrontation between the author and a clairvoyant friend of his and an unidentified black alchemist and his cohorts Not sure if I believe it all, ev [...]


  4. Genuinely enthralling If Collins or Bernard did invent this out of whole cloth, they deserve a medal for imagination Lets leave the veracity aside for a moment always a touchy subject when it comes to real life stories of the occult and talk about the contents.The Black Alchemist covers a period of two years in which Collins, a magician, and Bernard, a psychic, undertook a series of psychic quests that put them in opposition with the titular Black Alchemist As entertainment goes, the combination [...]


  5. Andrew Collins has written a captivating account, of occult happenings in the Sussex countryside, with this brilliant book Being from the local area, I found this book utterly captivating and never once lost my interest whilst reading the book The book itself contains lots of information and the account of the true events have been transcribed with great detail Whether or not you believe the information within this book and or the idea of the occult, this book makes for an entertaining read.



  6. In 1990 I was at university in Essex and went to a series of lectures concerning psychic questing and other non mainstream views of life My memories of it include the smell of herbal cigarettes not illegal ones, I had a cold and they didn t make me cough , being genuinely spooked by the sound of my hand washed tights dripping onto a plastic bag and the charismatic Andrew Collins.He delivered a compelling lecture about his discovery of a stone spearhead and some scary stuff about Britain s sacre [...]



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