Eugène Canseliet  

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Eugène Léon Canseliet (December 18, 1899, Sarcelles – April 12, 1982, Savignies), was a French writer and alchemist. He was the first and one of the few students of the mysterious alchemist known as Fulcanelli, and may have been Fulcanelli himself. He wrote the preface for each of his alleged master's books (Le mystère des cathédrales and Les demeures philosophales).

Selected works

  • Deux logis alchimiques, en marge de la science et de l'histoire. Paris, Jean Schemit, 1945, in-8, 157 p. Nouvelle édition augmentée à Paris, chez Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 1979, 344 p.
  • Alchimie, études diverses de symbolisme hermétique et de pratique philosophale, Paris, Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 1964, in-8, 285 p. Nouvelle édition revue et augmentée, Paris, Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 1978, 401 p.
  • L'Alchimie et son ″Livre muet" (″Mutus Liber″). Introduction et commentaires par Eugène Canseliet, Paris, Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 1967, in-4, 140 p.
  • L'Alchimie expliquée sur ses textes classiques, Paris, Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 1972, 312 p.




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