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He was the younger brother of the Leipzig physician Conrad Khunrath. The uncertainties surrounding his life stem from his supposed use of multiple names.
Career[ edit ] Khunrath, a disciple of Paracelsus , practiced medicine in Dresden, Magdeburg , and Hamburg and may have held a professorial position in Leipzig. He travelled widely after , including a stay at the Imperial court in Prague , home to the mystically inclined Habsburg emperor Rudolf II. Khunrath praised Dee in his later works.
During his court stay Khunrath met the alchemist Edward Kelley who had remained behind after he and Dee had parted company Kelley was arrested on 30 April as an alleged imposter. The Christianized view that Khunrath took was framed around his commitment to Lutheran theology.
He also held that experience and observation were essential to practical alchemical research, as would a natural philosopher. The book was first published at Hamburg in , with four circular elaborate, hand-colored, engraved plates heightened with gold and silver which Khunrath designed and were engraved by Paullus van der Doort.
The book was then made more widely available in an expanded edition with the addition of other plates published posthumously in Hanau in Amphitheatrum Sapientiae Aeternae is an alchemical classic, combining both Christianity and magic.
In it, Khunrath showed himself to be an adept of spiritual alchemy and illustrated the many-staged and intricate path to spiritual perfection. John Warwick Montgomery has pointed out that Johann Arndt — , who was the influential writer of Lutheran books of pietiesm and devotion, composed a commentary on Amphitheatrum. Some of the ideas in his works are Kabbalistic in nature and foreshadow Rosicrucianism. Death[ edit ] Khunrath may have encountered some opposition to his alchemical work because most of his publications on alchemy were published widely after his death.
He died in either Dresden or Leipzig on 9 September The tension between spirituality and experiment in Amphitheatrum Sapientiae Aeternae brought about its condemnation by the Sorbonne in De signatura rerum naturalium theses.
Amphitheatrum sapientiae aeternae. Amphitheatrum sapientiae aeternae — Schauplatz der ewig allein wahren Weisheit in Latin and German Clavis Pansophiae 6 ed. Stuttgart - Bad Cannstatt: frommann-holzboog. ISBN Archived from the original on 16 October Retrieved 22 September Wahrhafter Bericht vom philosophischen Athanor und dessen Gebrauch und Nutzen ….
Figuren desz grossen Amphitheatri. Lux in tenebris; das ist … Liecht vnd Wegnuss vnd Irrthumb vmbgeben …. In: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie. Band Franklyn, Julian, ed. A Survey of the Occult. Electric Book Company. Szulakowska, Urszula The Alchemy of Light. Brill Academic Publishers. Forshaw, Peter Linden ed. AMS Press.
He was the younger brother of the Leipzig physician Conrad Khunrath. The uncertainties surrounding his life stem from his supposed use of multiple names. Career[ edit ] Khunrath, a disciple of Paracelsus , practiced medicine in Dresden, Magdeburg , and Hamburg and may have held a professorial position in Leipzig. He travelled widely after , including a stay at the Imperial court in Prague , home to the mystically inclined Habsburg emperor Rudolf II.
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