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Karl von Eckartshausen. Written and compiled by George Knowles. One of the greatest influences on theological and philosophical thought of the 18th century. : The Cloud upon the Sanctuary (): Karl Von Eckartshausen, Arthur Edward Waite, J. W. Brodie-Innes, Isabelle De Steiger, Edward. Editorial Reviews. Language Notes. Text: English (translation) Original Language: German The Cloud Upon the Sanctuary – Kindle edition by Karl Eckartshausen. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

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B rated it it was ok May 20, David Cherubim rated it liked it Oct 23, His work as censor and archivist, to which he devoted much of his time, also allowed him to read and study widely.

Plus numerous websites to many to mention. Eckartshausen also used the kabbalist symbol of the holy number 4 as a unifying principle.

Cloud Upon the Sanctuary

Open Preview See a Problem? The following other wikis use this file: Jan 04, Michael Snuffin rated it liked it. Considering his writings, Eckartshausen will have shared more of his ideas with the Gold- und Rosenkreuzer than with the rival order of the Illuminaten.

His other major works included: I guess you had to be there. Eckartshausen is especially concerned here about those societies that lead away from the true and the good. If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file. A selection of works by Karl von Eckartshausen.


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Arthur Edward Waite wrote an introduction for a new edition of the English translation by Isabel de Steiger first ed. Eckartshausen further valued nature and the principle of regeneration, which made a union with God a possibility. About Karl von Eckartshausen. The original description page was here. Views View Edit History. Waite tries to grasp the essential meaning of the Inner Church, the theme of this work, through his own mystical way of reading Eckartshausen: Karl von Eckartshausen Friedrich John.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. James Culbertson rated it really liked it Feb 19, Eckartshausen did not always mention his sources but see nrs. For Eckartshausen, freethinking presented a danger to the exkartshausen, the state and the church. After her death inhe married again.

Waite, London ; and Russian edition, St. No trivia or quizzes yet.

Please help make a line around the globe by taking it with you to your site, by giving it to someone for their site, by passing it on to another continent or to the conflict areas of the world. Massoneria, rosacrocianesimo e illuminismo nella Russia settecentesca: In the latter work Eckartshausen tried to relate the language of nature alchemy with the language of Christian faith, an experiment which Waite thought less successful.

He was the illegitimate son of Count Carl of Haimbhausen and his union with the daughter of his estate overseer, Marie Anne Eckhart.

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Another book that gives you some key information for those with enough wit to discern it. Waite in his introduction to the current edition describes it as: Through the exertions of Arthur Edward Waite, the mysticism of both Eckartshausen and Lopuchin received more public attention in the Anglo-Saxon world. InEckartshausen was admitted to the Academy of Sciences in Munich, and applied himself to further academic studies in natural sciences. In Lopuchin joined the Russian branch of the order of the Gold- und Rosenkreuzer.


The outer church and its many changing appearances and doctrinal rckartshausen were neither denied nor dismissed — in fact an interdependence of outer and inner church was recognized, but the spiritual meaning of the mystical inner room was given special emphasis.

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As censor, he specialized in Criminology and was charged with the revision of Laws and Literature. This led him to a tendency to withdraw from the world at large and seek solitude, a characteristic that endeared him to his family and friends.

Though, generally, few references to sources can be found in this work, the first volume does contain a bibliographical part pp.

His works have always confronted the turbulent political, social and religious reality of his times eckaftshausen thus caught the early romantic Zeitgeist. Maideutscher Schriftsteller. Published September 1st by Nicolas-Hays, Inc first published