Auroleus Phillipus Theostratus Bombastus von Hohenheim, immortalized as "Paracelsus," (1493-1511). He was the son of a well known physician who was described a Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, and it was from him that Paracelsus took his first instruction in medicine. At the age of sixteen, Paracelsus entered the University at Basle where he applied himself to the study of alchemy, surgery, and medicine.
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The Aurora of the Philosophers
Text discussing as far back as Adam, to the present day for Paracelsus.
The Book Concerning The Tincture Of The Philosophers
Rants and insights by Paracelsus.
Coelum Philosophorum by Paracelsus
The science and nature of alchemy, and what opinion should be formed thereof.
The Invisible Basilica: Paracelsus
A brief essay on Paracelsus as one of the Saints of Ecclesia Gnostica Catholica.
The Mystica: Paracelsus
Comprehensive article on his work and the philosopher's stone.
Detailed biography of Paracelsus.
Brief article with pictures and a biography by A.E. Waite.
Paracelsus - The Aurora of the philosophers
By Theophrastus Paracelsus.
Paracelsus - The Treasure of Treasures for Alchemists
By Philippus Theophrastus Bombast, Paracelsus the Great.
Paracelsus - Wikipedia
Extensive biography and related links.
Paracelsus Project of the University of Zurich
The research on the life and teaching of Theophrastus of Hohenheim (1493/94-1541), called Paracelsus.
Paracelsus, Philippus Aureolus (1493-1541)
From Eric Weisstein's World of Scientific Biography.
Paracelsus: Alchemical Genius of the Middle Ages.
Biography page at alchemylab.com.
Extensive biographical entry from the Catholic Encyclopedia.
The Treasure of Treasures for Alchemists
Alchemical work and instruction.
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