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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • banker of Strassburg, Rulman Merswin. His story is somewhat typical of that
    • of a good family of Strassburg in 1307, Rulman Merswin was a man of business
    • later, on the day of Saint Martin, November 1l, 1347, Merswin was walking in
    • At this time Johannes Tauler became his confessor, and Merswin told him of
    • passions, not our flesh and blood.” Merswin obeyed, and only a short while
    • On October 9, 1364 Rulman Merswin had a dream in which he was told that a
    • God in Strassburg. Not long after this, Merswin was visited by a mysterious
    • identified him with Rulman Merswin himself, as a sort of “double,”
    • In any case, The Friend of God from the Oberland visited Merswin and told
    • him that he had had a dream that Merswin would establish a retreat for the
    • Friends of God at Strassburg. Merswin told him that he himself had had the
    • with the Friend of God from the Oberland, Merswin was walking by the river
    • Merswin opened the house of the Friends of God on the Green Island, which
    • official religious Order. Five years later Merswin completed arrangements
    • Green Island.” Not long after this Merswin's wife died, and he spent his
    • who came there from far and near. Rulman Merswin died in the House of St.
    • been written by Rulman Merswin himself. It was copied and recopied, and was
    • of Boehme, Weigel, Paracelsus, Bruno, Tauler and Rulwin Merswin. One volume of
  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • books attributed to him originated with someone else (Rulman Merswin).



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