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eBook MAGUS : The Invisible Life Of Elias Ashmole ePub

by Tobias Churton

  • ISBN: 0954330927
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Tobias Churton
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lewis Masonic; 1st edition (July 26, 2007)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1384 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1944 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Tobias Churton’s compelling portrait of Ashmole offers a perfect illustration of the true Renaissance figure-the magus. I will plod on a bit further - but I recommend Josten's biography.

Tobias Churton’s compelling portrait of Ashmole offers a perfect illustration of the true Renaissance figure-the magus. As opposed to the alienated position of his post-Cartesian successors, the magus occupied a place at the heart of Renaissance spiritual, intellectual, and scientific life.

Churton's excellent redaction of the life is only made possible by the five volume compilation of. .If you need more persuasion read Churton's book. Documents Similar To Magus: The Invisible Life of Elias Ashmole.

Churton's excellent redaction of the life is only made possible by the five volume compilation of Ashmole's diaries, autobiographies and related notes published by OUP in 1966. The author, Conrad Hermann Hubertus Maria Apollinaris (Kurt) Josten (Pheeww! you don't get names like these very often these days) solved Ashmole's cipher and was thus able to do the work. Awarded an honorary DLitt by the university for his troubles, after his retirement as curator of the science museum, he become curator emeritus.

Elias Ashmole, founder of the Ashmolean Museum, Brasenose College .

Elias Ashmole, founder of the Ashmolean Museum, Brasenose College, University of Oxford, retrieved 17 May 2018. Josten, vol. I, pp. 28–30. a b Churton, Tobias (2004), Magus: The Invisible Life of Elias Ashmole, Lichfield: Signal Publishing, ISBN 543309-2-7. Swann, Marjorie (2001), Curiosities and Texts: The Culture of Collecting in Early Modern England, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, pp. 12, 40–54, ISBN 0-8122-3610-6. Rare Books and Printed Ephemera, Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, archived from the original on 14 April 2008, retrieved 3 March 2008.

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Tobias Churton is a lecturer in Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry at Exeter University, which offers Britain’s only master’s program in Western Esotericism. The author of Gnostic Philosophy, The Magus of Freemasonry, and Freemasonry: The Reality, he lives in England. Библиографические данные. The Invisible History of the Rosicrucians: The World's Most Mysterious Secret Society. This book is not only an excellent reference on the life of Elias Ashmole but also a most needed, in-depth study into the early transition from Operative to Speculative Freemasonry. It is highly recommended reading for the Masonic scholar. Resources and Downloads. High Resolution Images. Book Cover Image (jpg): The Magus of Freemasonry.

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