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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • Scheffler (Angelus Silesius), knew Jacob Boehme, and described the latter's
    • in America, Johannes Scheffler was born in the German city of Breslau in
    • shortly before her death. At the age of nineteen Johannes Scheffler
    • Leyden and remained there two years. While he was at Leyden Scheffler
    • From Leyden, Scheffler went to the greatest medical school at that time,
    • Johannes Scheffler was appointed Court physician to the strict Lutheran Duke
    • Sylvanus Nimrod at Oels in Württemberg. Shortly before Scheffler arrived in
    • At the same time that Scheffler came to Oels, an older man also arrived in
    • play an important role in the life of Scheffler. This man was Abraham von
    • Boehme; as Scheffler's friend he was to guide the latter on his spiritual
    • Johannes Scheffler was attracted to von Franckenberg at their first meeting,
    • to Scheffler. Among these works, which Scheffler referred to as “a real
    • and in the handwriting of Scheffler, the words, “From my faithful friend,
    • contains extensive notations in Scheffler's handwriting.
    • Shortly after von Franckenberg's death, Scheffler decided to write a book
    • declined to so much as speak with Scheffler about it. This was a
    • turning-point in Scheffler's spiritual life. He realized that the Lutheran
    • Among the writers whom Scheffler had quoted in his book, many were Catholic.
    • Breslau in thorough study of them. On June 12, 1653 Johannes Scheffler
    • As Abraham von Franckenberg had been a strong influence in Scheffler's life
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  • Title: Chapter: Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius
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    • prepared shine once more in a great spiritual harmony, Johann Scheffler,



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