Dennis William Hauck
Dennis grew up in northwest Indiana and Chicago.
While still in high school, Hauck was admitted to an advanced physics program at the University of Chicago, and it was during that period that his interest in mathematics took root.
After graduating from high school, Hauck attended Indiana University and the University of Chicago and was awarded a full tuition scholarship at the University of Vienna in Austria.
He studied traditional mathematics at the University of Innsbruck and mathematical logic in the tradition of Kurt Gödel at the University of Vienna.
Hauck's interest in alchemy began while he was still in graduate school at the University of Vienna. He discovered a number of original alchemy manuscripts in the 600-year-old university library.
After much painstaking research, Hauck became convinced that the alchemists had discovered universal principles of transformation that are part of the very fabric of the universe, but which modern science was only beginning to recognize.
Hauck's interest in alchemy began while he was still in graduate school at the University of Vienna and he has since translated a number of important alchemy manuscripts dating back to the fourteenth century.
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Among his best selling books are:
The Emerald Tablet: Alchemy for Personal Transformation (Penguin 1999) [Amazon.com]
Sorcerer's Stone: A Beginner's Guide to Alchemy (Citadel 2004) [Amazon.com]
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Alchemy (Penguin Alpha 2008) [Amazon.com]