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A lot of it was very unorganized and kind of random at parts, but the very beginning is truely amazing: it's evident that Schelling and Hegel were both influenced by his work and even though he's mostly seen as a Rosicrucian, his Wisdom transcends sects. All of Reality is a dialectical transmutation of God's Consciousness towards Himself. And this Sacred Truth is the sum of his legacy. Apr 07, Ed Schulte rated it really liked it. Anything reference of Jacob Boehme is fascination and appetite wetting , this is one very well presented overview on an Enlightened Being that is, only now, able to be appreciated without the interferences of "intellectualism".
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The Signature of All Things
The best Treasure that a Man can attain unto in this World is true Knowledge; even the Knowledge of himself: For Man is the great Mystery of God, the microcosm, or the complete Abridgment of the whole Universe: He is the Mirandum Dei opus, God's Master-piece, a living Emblem and Hieroglyphic of Eternity and Time; and therefore to know whence he is, and what his temporal and eternal Being and Well-being are, must needs be that ONE necessary Thing, to which all our chief Study should aim, and in comparison of which all the Wealth of this World is but Dross, and a Loss to us. Hence Solomon, the wisest of the Kings of Israel, says; Happy is the Man that findeth Wisdom, and the Man that getteth Understanding, for the Merchandise thereof is better than the Merchandise of Silver, and the Gain thereof than fine Gold; she is more precious than Rubies, and all Things that can be desired are not to be compared unto her. This is the precious Pearl, whose Beauty is more glorious, and whose Virtue more sovereign than the Sun: It is a never-failing Comfort in all Afflictions, a Balsam for all Sores, a Panacea for all Diseases, a sure Antidote against all Poison, and Death itself; it is that Joyful and assured Companion and Guide, which never forsakes a Man, but convoys him through this Valley of Misery and Death, into the blessed Paradise of perfect Bliss. If you ask, What is the Way to attain to this Wisdom?
To the extent possible under law, the Text Creation Partnership has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above, according to the terms of the CC0 1. This waiver does not extend to any page images or other supplementary files associated with this work, which may be protected by copyright or other license restrictions. Title: Signatura rerum, or, The signature of all things shewing the sign and signification of the severall forms and shapes in the creation, and what the beginning, ruin, and cure of every thing is Print source: Signatura rerum, or, The signature of all things shewing the sign and signification of the severall forms and shapes in the creation, and what the beginning, ruin, and cure of every thing is Alternate titles: De signatura rerum.
He was considered an original thinker by many of his contemporaries  within the Lutheran tradition, and his first book, commonly known as Aurora , caused a great scandal. His father, George Wissen, was Lutheran, reasonably wealthy, but a peasant nonetheless. He was, however, deemed to be not strong enough for husbandry. When he was 14 years old, he was sent to Seidenberg , as an apprentice to become a shoemaker. He regularly prayed and read the Bible as well as works by visionaries such as Paracelsus , Weigel and Schwenckfeld , although he received no formal education.
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