Rosicrucian books. (half-title: Bibliotheca Rosicruciana) 1903

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Priv. print., 1903 - Astrology
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Page 74 - The PHILOSOPHY of NECESSITY ; or, Natural Law as applicable to Mental, Moral, and Social Science. By CHARLES BEAY.
Page 69 - St. Irvyne; \ or, \ The Rosicrucian. \ A Romance. | By | A Gentleman | of the University of Oxford. | London: | Printed for JJ Stockdale, | 41, Pall Mall.
Page 51 - Printed for Humphrey Moseley at the Prince's Arms in St. Paul's Churchyard and Thomas Heath in Covent Garden, near the Piazza, 1654.
Page 34 - The Holy Guide, leading the Way to the Wonder of the World (a Compleat Phisitian), teaching the knowledge of all things, past, present, and to come, viz., of pleasure, long life, health, youth, blessedness, wisdom, and virtue . . . with Rosie Crucian medicines, which are verified by a practical examination of principles in the great world, &c. A fine portrait of the author. 8vo. London, sold by Thos. Whittlesey at the Globe hi Cannon Street, near London Stone, 1662.
Page 51 - Maierus, And now in English for the Information of those who seek after the Knowledge of that Honourable and mysterious Society of wise and renowned Philosophers.
Page 75 - Euphrates, or the Waters of the East, being a short discourse of that secret fountain, whose water flows from fire, and carries in it the beams of the sun and moon. — London, 1653.
Page 11 - I ragguagli di Parnasso: or Advertisements from Parnassus; in two centuries with the Politick Touchstone.
Page 26 - Hoplocrisma Spongus ; or a Sponge to wipe away the Weapon-Salve. A treatise wherein is proved that the cure late taken up amongst us, by applying the salve to the weapon, is magicall and unlawful.
Page 26 - Doctor Fludd's Answer unto M. Foster, or the Squesing of Parson Foster's Sponge, ordained by him for the wiping away of the Weapon Salve . . . 4to. London, Nat Butler, "1631. Collation (viii) 68 pp. A counterblast of Fludd to a pamphlet issued by the Ber.
Page 18 - Written by him while a prisoner in the Tower, in the years 1509 and 1510, and under sentence of death for High Treason. Now first printed from a copy of his manuscript for the Brotherhood of the Rosy Cross.

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