The Unknown Philosopher: The Life of Louis Claude de Saint-Martin and the Substance of His Transcendental Doctrine

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R. Steiner Publications, 1901 - Biography & Autobiography - 464 pages
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St. Martin (1743-1803) believed that the most important problem of all human thinking is to understand man as as free personality, whose very foundation is himself. Contents: The Life of St. Martin; Sources of Martinistic Doctrines; The Nature and State of Man; The Doctrine of the Repairer; The Way of Integration; Minor Sources of St. Martin; The Mystical Philosophy of Numbers; Prayers of St. Martin; Bibliography; Martinism and the Masonic Rites of Swedenborg. St. Martin was the successor to Jacob Boehme-an important mystic in the history light.

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A.E. Waite (1857-1942) is one of the best-known authors and translators of magic and the occult. He is the creator of the Rider-Waite tarot and is the author of several books including"Book of Black Magic" and "Pictorial Keys to the Tarot

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