The Author's Preface
1. Of the Need of Sulphur for Producing this Elixir.
2. Of the Component Principles of the Mercury of the Sages.
3. Of the Chalybs of the Sages.
4. Of the Magnet of the Sages.
5. Of the Chaos of the Sages.
6. Of the Air of the Sages.
7. Of the First Operation-Preparation of Mercury by Means of the Flying Eagles.
8. Of the Difficulty and Length of the First Operation.
9. Of the Superiority of our Mercury over all Metals.
10. Of the Sulphur which is in the Mercury of the Sages.
11. Concerning the Discovery of the Perfect Magistery.
12. The Generic Method of Making the Perfect Magistery.
13. Of the Use of Mature Sulphur in the Work of the Elixir.
14. Of the Circumstantial and Accidental Requisites of our Art.
15. Of the Incidental Purgation of Mercury and Gold.
16. Of the Amalgam of Mercury and Gold, and of their Respective Proportions.
17. Concerning the Size, Form, Material, and Mode of Securing the Vessel.
18. Of the Furnace, or Athanor of the Sages.
19. Of the Progress of the Work during the First 40 Days.
20. Of the Appearance of Blackness in the Work of the Sun and Moon.
21. Of the Caution Required to Avoid Burning the Flowers.
22. Of the Regimen of Saturn.
23. Of the Different Regimens of this Work.
24. Of the First Regimen, Which is that of Mercury.
25. Of the Regimen of the Second Part, Which is that of Saturn.
26. Of the Regimen of Jupiter.
27. Of the Regimen of the Moon.
28. Of the Regimen of Venus
29. Of the Regimen of Mars.
30. Of the Regimen of the Sun.
31. Of the Fermentation of the Stone.
32. The Imbibition of the Stone.
33. The Multiplication of the Stone.
34. Of Projection.
35. Of the Manifold Uses of this Art.