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Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians (1785)

Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians (1785)

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Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians
This 18th century compendium, drew on 17th century alchemical sources such as Adrianvon Mynsich, with mystical pieces from Valentin Weigel, and Abraham vonFranckenberg's works on Jacob Boehme. It was an important and influential source ofRosicrucian ideas, albeit filtered thtough an 18th century perspective.
Geheime Figuren der Rosenkreuzer, aus dem 16ten und 17ten Jahrhundert. Erstes Heft. Aus ememalten Mscpt. zum erstenmal ans Licht gestelit. Altona, 1785. Gedruckt und verlegt von J. D. U.Eckhardt. Zweites Heft
. Altona, 1788.
The Teachings of the Rosicruciansof the 16th and 17th Centuries
orA Simple ABC BookletFor Young StudentsPractising Daily in the School of the Holy GhostMade clear to the eyes by pictorial figuresFor the Exercises of the New YearIn theNatural and Theological Lightby a Brother of the Fraternity of the Rose Cross Christi P.F.For the first time made publicandwith several figures of similar content added by P.S.Altona. Printed and Published by Joh. Ad. Eckhardt, Book-Printer to H.M. the King ofDenmark.
 
 The full soul loatheth an honeycomb; but to the hungry soul every bitter thing is sweet -Proverbs 27, 7.A scorner seeketh wisdom and findeth it not; but knowledge is easy unto him thatunderstandeth - Proverbs 14, 6.
 
If a philosopher you wish to be,Let only patience dwell in thee.
Where on this globe lives a man so wise,Who'll ever learn what four ones do comprise,And even if he'd know all this,He'd still always be an apprentice.Therefore, O human, with all thy might,Recognise God and thyself in God's and nature's light,Both these lights God pours into thee,That a likeness of him thou mayest be,He is one fourfold God, let thou be told,As thou art a piece of clay fourfold.This maketh nature to thee well known,With wisdom, light and understanding to thee is it shown.To nothing can thine eye be blind,

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