Henry Khunrath

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Henry Khunrath AKA Heinrich Khunrath see also page Heinrich Khunrath

German 1560 - 1601, or 1605

Comments: Alchemy; Freemason; Rosicrucian; the scintilla, the spark from ‘the light of nature’; anima mundi; wrote Philosophic Mercury is like Proteus, the sea god of the ancient pagan sages, who hath the key to the sea and …power over all things; Christianized natural magic; Hoc Hoc agentibus nobis, aderit ipse Deus (When we attend strictly to our work, God himself will help us).; The WORD is made Flesh in Nature;

Teachers: Paracelsus; Aegidius Guttmann; Julius Sperber; Valentin Weigel ; Caspar Schwenckfeld; Dr. John Dee, personal friend; Pythagoras; Bishop Hugh of Besancon;

Students; Jakob Bohme; Robert Fludd; Michael Maier; Hans Vredeman de Vries; Johann Arndt; Manly P. Hall; Georg von Welling; Jan Baptist van Helmont; Arturo de Hoyos; Stanislas Klossowski de Rola; Peter Vok of the Rozmberks, 1539-1611; Vilem aka William Vok of the Rozmberks, 1535-1592; Count Albert Laski;

Friends: Rudolf II; Count Rosemberk in Trebona; Paullus van der Doort;



Author: Amphitheatrum Sapientiae Aeternae (Amphitheater of Eternal Wisdom);

Resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proteus; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinrich_Khunrath; http://specialcollections.library.wisc.edu/khunrath/; http://www.alchemylab.com/laboratory.htm; The Invisible History of the Rosicrucians: the world's most mysterious secret society by Tobias Churton, 2009