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In my opinion this easily ranks among the top books ever written on the Rosicrucian movement. Yates gives prolific detail regarding the earliest developments of this occult group... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lluke Bruggeman
Frances Yates is at top form in this book. She not only gives the history, but many of the connections even to the Enlightenment and to the beginnings of the Scientific... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael J. Benedict
Anything by Dr Yates is amazing - this is an incredible analysis of Rosicrucianism - never dry or boring.Published 5 months ago by Montims
Absolutely different and interesting research about the mystical side of early modern history, this kind of book is not written too many times. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Theofrastus Nihilus
The item was in good condition but not as described by the picture shown ( a different edition). It did not really matter to me but to some bibliophiles certain editions are the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by German & Elli
This is intentionally misleading. Dee was a lunatic. Francis Bacon is the place to look. This woman was financed by the Warburgs, who knows if she even wrote the book. Garbage.Published 13 months ago by Theophilus Parabombastus
This was not what I expected, way to heavy. I would have returned this if I knew I could because it was not what I was comfortable with.Published 23 months ago by Rheeah
It was a good history, and explained a bit about them, but I was left wondering what their theology was. Or their beliefs and what they are doing now, if they are still around.Published on October 14, 2013 by pokey-at-home