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- Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
- in the introduction to his book, Aurora:
- years of diligent effort, Jacob Boehme produced his Aurora one of the
- That Boehme knew that the twenty-six chapters of his Aurora are not easy
- of Aurora fell by chance into the hands of the Lutheran Pastor
- explain the passages of Aurora to which the latter took most violent
- manuscript copies of his Aurora, which were circulated by his admirers.
- Pastor Primarius Richter, because of their circulating copies of Aurora,
- With the first faint touches of Aurora on the eastern sky, Jacob Boehme
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