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An Introduction and Treasures from the Writings of Jacob Boehme - The excerpts of Boehme presented on this site are taken from the 18th century translations done by William Law.
Esoterica: The Journal of Esoteric Studies - Wonderful images from Jacob Boehme, "Theosophia Revelata" (1730).
Jacob Boehme Community - Message board and chat room devoted to the German philosopher.
Jacob Boehme Resources - One of the most extraordinary academic Internet sites built by Bruce Janz. It is dedicated to the work, world, and influence of Jacob Boehme (1574-1624), considered by Hegel as "the first German philosopher". Contains a complete list of Boehme's works, an extensive bio - bibliography, a collection of WWW resources and several Boehme's texts. Beautifully illustrated.
Jakob Boehme - His legacy and theological ideas.
Man and Woman are One - Androgyny in Christianity, particularly in the works of Jacob Boehme. Extensive English summary of a Dutch dissertation by Boudewijn Koole.
Modern Gnosticism - A rosicrucian point of view on Boehme.
Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age - Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme - "What we encounter in the works of the master shoemaker of Görlitz, Jacob Boehme (1575 - 1624), is like the jubilation of nature, which, at the peak of its development, admires its essence. Before us appears a man whose words have wings, woven out of the blissful feeling that he sees the knowledge in himself shining as higher wisdom".
Science, Meaning, & Evolution : The Cosmology of Jacob Boehme - "Basarab Nicolescu has given us a text which must be recognized and celebrated for the alchemic wedding it is : it joins symbolic language, poetical language, with the language of western analysis" (Karen-Claire Voss, Theosophical History, vol.5, no.2, 1994)
The Ecole Initiative : Jakob Boehme - An introduction to the work of Boehme.
The Supersensual Life - By Jacob Boehme, translated by William Law.
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