Jacob (Jakob) Boehme (Behmen), 1575-1624. German mystic and early modern philosopher. Known for his radical vision of God as including a negative, painful aspect. His influence on English Anabaptists, and later on the German Romantics, was especially marked.

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Behmenists
Biographical information on Boehme, general information about the English Behmenist movement which he inspired, and a bibliography.
Esoterica Image Gallery
Includes extensive collection of images from Boehme's 1730 Theosophia Revelata.
Jacob Boehme Resources
An extensive directory of annotated links to resources, images, articles and texts.
Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age: Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
An anthroposophist perspective on Boehme's role, from the Rudolf Steiner Archive.
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