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This Alchemy Website on is organized by Adam McLean, the well-known authority on alchemical texts and symbolism, author and publisher of over 50 books on alchemical and Hermetic ideas.
Alchemy Forums is a blog site where users may post their own alchemy-related articles for other members to read and discuss. The blog is very active with thousands of thread topics and tens of thousands of posts in its history.
Alchemy Lab is devoted to helping individuals understand and apply the principles of alchemy. Alchemy's most basic tenet is that there are two ways of knowing reality—the Solar Path and the Lunar Path.
Alchemy Parusha is an informational alchemy website. The author, Parusha, has been working as an alchemical practitioner since 2007 and has had many teachers. On this site, one can find the documentation of his work and related readings.
Alchemy Pottery offers authentic replicas of distillers and other laboratory alchemy implements actually used by alchemists in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, handmade by German potter Bruce Schaffenberger.
The Hermetic Alchemy forum was created for Rubaphilos Salfluӗre to offer his views on Hermetic alchemy in an ongoing series of essays and for the open discussion of the ideas presented in those essays.
History of Alchemy is a website and podcast discussing alchemy and other occult beliefs like astrology, Kabbalah, Hermeticism, Neo-Platonism, magic, divine revelation and other types of mysticism.
The Inner Garden Foundation's website includes information on lab alchemy, inner alchemy and body alchemy. They also host workshops, produce publications, maintain a library and study groups.
The International Alchemy Conference was the premiere alchemy event in the world for many years, bringing together hundreds of practicing alchemists from around the world to teach individual empowerment.
The International Alchemy Guild is a group of alchemists, asserting lineage back to the sixteenth century, who come together to exchange views, news, and research in practical and spiritual alchemy.
The goal of the RAMS was to obtain copies of limited editions of ancient Alchemical manuscripts, tracts, printed works and other such materials. From these, certain items are selected for restoration.
Rex Research is an archive of articles about suppressed, dormant or emerging sciences, technologies, inventions, theories, therapies and other alternatives. It has a large alchemy information section.
Spagyria, run by John Reid III, is an educational resource for practical hands-on alchemy of both physical-laboratory, as well as the little known and understood unique methods of spagyric spiritual alchemy.
The Spagyricus Institute offers classes in traditional Lab Alchemy and Spagyrics as taught by Robert Bartlett—alchemist and former chief chemist of Paralab, commercial offshoot of Paracelsus College.
The Alchemist group is an online forum restricted to members that study and understand spagyrics or alchemy. It is owned and run by Rubellus Petrinus (the red stone), the Portuguese alchemist.