The International Alchemy Guild is a group of alchemists from around the world who come together to exchange views, news, and research in all forms of practical and spiritual alchemy. The Alchemy Guild membership site is at AlchemyGuild.org and the spiritual initiation site is EmeraldTablet.net.

The present Guild was formed by a confederation of practicing alchemists who trace their lineage back to the sixteenth century. In 1968, the renewed Guild opened an office in Vienna, Austria, and in 1996, the headquaters of the Guild moved to the United States. Today, the Guild has members in 23 nations with new offices being set up in Australia and India, as well as dozens of local chapters throughout the world.

According to its charter, the purpose and goals of this non-profit organization are as follows:

  • To preserve and continue the traditional teachings of spagyrics and alchemy.
  • To support Guild members in their practical and spiritual work in alchemy.
  • To provide a legitimate source of initiation into the mysteries of alchemy.
  • To promote, support, and provide for the education and mentorship of future alchemists.
  • To serve as a repository of alchemical knowledge both ancient and modern.
  • To release alchemical knowledge to the general public at appropriate times.
  • To provide a forum for the exchange of techniques and discoveries in the ethical pursuit of alchemical arts and sciences.
  • To seek the quintessential role of humanity within the light of Nature.

    The Alchemy Guild oversees the release of alchemical research and maintains an extensive Archives of ancient alchemical texts, original drawings and engravings, rare and unpublished books, alchemical experiments and secret formulae, and private research papers from modern alchemists. The Guild Archives are the largest collection of its kind in the world at over 40 gigabytes of information.

    The Guild presents lectures and workshops, as well as an annual Alchemy Conference. The Guild also publishes the Alchemy Journal and certifies schools and instructors in alchemy in the Alchemy Study Program.
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