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Thomas South paid for the book to be published anonymously inqukrybut without having read it, trusting his daughter’s judgement. Subjects AlchemyMysteriesHermeticism.
Nam, Corpus illud Hermeticum amo, atque opera alchemica posterioris Medii Aevi me delectant, attamen lectione skepsin non sepono. The Heritage of Hermes: A suggestive inquiry into the Hermetic mystery Close.
Only a few copies of the book survived. Astrology and Alchemy in Early Modern Europe. She was born in DieppeFrance but grew up in GosportHampshire.
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Jim rated it it was amazing Aug 30, John Feris rated it really liked it May 28, Daniel rated it it was amazing Jun 21, Daniel Graham rated it liked it Jul 05, Hic est thesaurus in libro maximus: That is, the Mysteries are meant to be held secret by the initiated. Add an ISBN in order to link to booksellers.
Studies in the History of Science and Technology Cambridge: Retrieved from ” https: The New Encyclopedia of the Occult. Reading it took me longer than an initiate took to get initiated! Atwood’s sources are well-sited and worthy of consideration.
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Peter Ek rated it it was amazing Jul 08, I suspect you’ll need to be extremely interested in the ancient mystery cults or Hermeticism or alchemy to read thi This book is difficult for three reasons: Gregory Peters rated it really liked it Jul 19, Ferme item mihi tolerantia neo-platonismi ocius evanescit.
David Robbins rated it it was amazing Feb 21, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Download ebook for print-disabled. Last edited by Clean Up Bot. The first, I think, is the theme of the book and of Hermeticism. Ghe Atwood published nothing after A Suggestive Inquiry.
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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Reading it after publication, he believed Mary Anne had revealed many hermetic secrets that were better left unpublished, and therefore bought up the remaining stock and, with his daughter, burnt them, along with the unfinished manuscript of his poem.
As Clarke acknowledges in the notes accompanying his novel, Louisa Agnew is modelled on the historical person of Mary Anne Atwood, a hermetic writer from the 19th century.
Introduction preview at https: Magistra semitam ostendit, utensilia indicavit, sed opus est discipulis eniti. Number of pages I suspect you’ll need to be extremely interested in the ancient mystery cults or Hermeticism or alchemy to read this cover to cover and it helps to know the basics of neo-Platonism.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The second quote, when you understand the meaning, is the key to the process. Are you sure you want to remove A suggestive inquiry into the Hermetic mystery from your list? October 8, History. I took months to crawl through paragraph by paragraph, because as soon as I managed to understand a page I’d stop to contemplate.
Edition Notes “Originally published anonymously in Books by Mary Anne Atwood. The Physical Object Pagination 64, xxv, p.