Review of Boehme, Western Esoteric Masters — A CERTAIN MEASURE OF PERFECTION

Jacob Boehme (Western Esoteric Masters) by Robin Waterfield Edition: Paperback 10 of 11 people found the following review helpful 4.0 out of 5 stars An introduction to The Teutonic Philosopher, 21 Jan. 2008 Edit Review Delete Review This review is from: Jacob Boehme (Western Esoteric Masters) (Paperback) Heavily influenced by German Spiritual, Kaspar Schwenkfeld, […]

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John Everard, no less

John Everard – one of the major translators of the seventeenth century and a sponge for all sorts of influences. Or was he a bit of a sham, relying on the work of others too much…?

 

The image itself is purported to be by Thomas Cross – better known for writing his theological treatises.

All this suggests that the influence of Everard was wide-ranging and profound. The British Museum has an isolated frontispiece with the same image. I have informed them of its identical nature to the British Library text.

 

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