Mary Anne Atwood (née South), (–), was an English writer on hermeticism and Mary Anne wrote A Suggestive Inquiry into the Hermetic Mystery () at her father’s request, and in parallel with his own composition of a lengthy. Suggestive Inquiry into the Hermetic Mystery with a Dissertation on the More Celebrated of the Alchemical Philosophers Being an Attempt Towards the Recov. . SUGGESTIVE INQUIRY. I NTO. THE HERMETIC MYSTERY. W I T H. A DISSERTATION. ON T H E more atelthrateh of the filthtmfral iabilnsopberg. B E I NG.
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Mary Anne Atwood
Published April 1st by Kessinger Publishing first published I took months to crawl through paragraph by paragraph, because as soon as I managed to understand a page I’d stop to contemplate. Gregory Peters rated it really liked it Jul 19, You can now embed Open Library books on your website! A suggestive inquiry into the Hermetic mystery kystery a dissertation on the more celebrated of the alchemical philosophers, being an attempt towards the recovery of the ancient experiement of nature.
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About Mary Anne Atwood. Scriptrix eruditissima, attamen nimis suae aetatis.
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October 8, History. Mehmet Palabiyikoglu rated it it was amazing Jan 02, 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: Her father, Thomas South, was a researcher into the history of spirituality, and she assisted and collaborated with her father from her youth.
Early Magnetism in its higher relations to humanity, as veiled in the Poets and the Prophets. Edited by Cory C. Want to Read saving…. Some Problems with the Historiography of Alchemy. Verdandi rated it it was amazing Mar 11, Trivia About Suggestive Inquir Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Travis Butcher rated it really liked it Dec 17, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. John Feris rated it really liked sugggestive May 28, Jason Wolf rated it it was amazing Mar 04, Lives rated it it was amazing Jan 19, Now you may live. The subject is esoteric. 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. He claims, however, that there is much to be found in her papers, of which he was then in possession.
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Jordan rated it really liked it Jan 15, Copy and paste this code into your Wikipedia page. At non credo quod oblectat. Mauricio Lopes rated it it was amazing Dec 03, A Suggestive Inquiry was reissued in under Mary Anne’s married name, with an appendix containing her table talk and memorabilia, and with an extensive biographical and philosophical introduction by Walter Leslie Wilmshurst.
Jeremy R rated it liked it Apr 13, Walter Leslie Wilmshurst, in his introduction to the reissue, laments that the thoughts of her later years did not find fruition in another work.
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