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    Quote Originally Posted by Frans_Jozef
    A fascinating site along similar lines is: The Alchemy Web Site. Here is an excerpt from the front page:

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    This site is organised by Adam McLean, the well known authority on alchemical texts and symbolism, author and publisher of over 40 books on alchemical and Hermetic ideas.

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    Timeline of Esoterica

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    13th century BCE? Zarathushtra founds Zoroastrianism, the religion of the Magi;
    Moses founds Judaism;
    mythical date of Hermes Trismegistus.
    10th century BCE Solomon, son of David, King of Israel flourished
    4? BCE-33 CE Jesus founds Christianity
    1st century CE Apollonius of Tyana flourished
    1st to 3rd CE (?) Testament of Solomon composed
    100-300 CE composition of Corpus Hermetica
    204-270 CE Plotinus, Neoplatonic philosopher and mystic (born in Egypt)
    233-305 CE Porphyry, Neoplatonic philosopher and mystic (born in Phoenicia)
    250-325 CE Iamblicus, Neoplatonic philosopher (was born in Chalcis, Coele-Syria)
    411-485 Proclus, Neoplatonic philosopher (born at Constantinople, Byzantium)
    500 CE (circa) Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite flourished, probably a native of Syria
    6th CE Sefer Yetzirah edited
    10th CE Sword of Moses composed
    1004-1007 (?) al-Majriti, author of Picatrix, dies
    1054 Rome splits from orthodox church, forms Catholic church
    1175?-1235 Michael Scot (Scottish)
    1220?-1292 Roger Bacon (English)
    1227 Pope Honorius III dies
    1232 Ramon Llull born (Majorca)
    1240 Abraham Abulafia, Sicilian Kabbalist, founder of ecstatic Kabbala, born in Saragosa
    1248 Joseph Gikatilla, Spanish Sephardic Kabbalist, born
    1250? Liber Juratus (Sworn Book of Honorius) compiled by Honorius of Thebes, son of Euclid
    1259 Peter de Abano [Pietro d'Abano], Italian physician and philosopher born. Professor of medicine in Padua.
    1266 John Duns Scotus, Scottish scholastic philosopher and thrologian, born
    1274 Ramon Llull's vision on Mount Randa
    1280? Sefer Ha-Zohar written by Moses de León but attributed to Simon ben Yohai
    1292? Abraham Abulafia dies
    1308 John Duns Scotus dies
    1314 Jacques de Molay, last Grand Master of the Knights Templar, burned at the stake in Paris
    1316? Ramon Llull dies;
    1316 Peter de Abano dies
    1323 Joseph Gikatilla dies
    1433 Marsilio Ficino, Italian philosopher born. Under the patronage of the de'Medicis, he translated many Greek classics including the Corpus Hermetica
    1453 Fall of Constantinople to the Turks caused dispersal and spread of Greek manuscripts and scholarship
    1455 Johannes Reuchlin, German humanist and lawyer, born. Reuchlin wrote on Kabbalah and propagated Hebrew studies
    1462 Johannes Trithemius born at Trittenheim on the Moselle. Trithemius was a famous scholar and Benedictine abbot.
    1463 Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, Italian philosopher and scholar, born
    1466 Francesco Giorgi [Zorzi], Venetian philosopher, born. Author of De Harmonia Mundi (Venits, 1525)
    1471 Ficino's translation of Corpus Hermeticum published
    1474 Ferdinand and Isabella ascend to the throne
    1483 Martin Luther born Eisleben, Saxony, Germany.
    1486 Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa born in Cologne Germany;
    Malleus Maleficarum published, major instrument of witch hunters;
    Giovanni Pico della Mirandola takes his theses to Rome
    1489 Ficino's Libri de Vita published
    1492 Ferdinand and Isabella expel Jews from Spain, center of Cabalistic studies, caused dispersal and spread of Jewish and Cabalistic manuscripts and scholarship; discovery of the New World
    1493 Paracelsus (Aureolus Philippus Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim) born Einsiedeln Switzerland. Swiss physician and philosopher. He was tutored (by his account) by Trithemius.
    1494 Reuchlin's De verbo mirifico published;
    Giovanni Pico della Mirandola dies
    1499 Marsilio Ficino dies
    1510 Agrippa's De Occulta philosophia finished
    Guillaume Postel, French mathematician, Kabbalist, and mystic born
    1515 Johan Weyer born
    1516 Johannes Trithemius dies
    1517 Reuchlin's De arte cabalistica published;
    Martin Luther posts theses
    1522 Johannes Reuchlin dies
    1525 Giorgi's De harmonia mundi published
    1527 John Dee born in London
    Maximillian II born
    1533 Agrippa's De Occulta philosopha published;
    Isaak Luria, Jewish Kabbalist, born in Jerusalem;
    Queen Elizabeth I born at Greenwich palace in London (September 7)
    1535 Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa dies;
    Giambattista della Porta born in Naples. Author of Magia naturalis (Natural Magic) (1585, 1589)
    1538? Reginald Scot born. Author of Discouerie of Witchcraft (1584)
    1540 Francesco Giorgi dies;
    Faust dies
    1541 Paracelsus dies
    1542 Inquisition established in Rome
    1546 Martin Luther dies
    1548 Giordano Bruno, Italian philosopher born in Nola Italy.
    1552 Simon Forman born
    Emperor Rudolph II born
    Guillaume Postel publishes Latin translation of Sefer Yetzirah
    1554 Society of Jesus (Jesuits) founded
    1555 Edward Kelley born
    1558 Elizabeth I becomes queen of England;
    Giambattista della Porta's Magia Naturalis published;
    Zohar printed
    1560? Heinrich Khunrath born in Leipzig
    1564 Dee's Monas Hieroglyphica published
    1566? Michael Maier, physician, alchemist, and philosopher, born in Rensburg, Holstein (Germany). Physician to Emperor Rudolph II.
    1572 Isaak Luria dies
    1574 Robert Fludd, English physician, philosopher, and mystic, born
    1575 Jakob Boehme, German religious mystic, born;
    Arbatel Of Magic first appears
    1576 Maximillian II dies
    1581 Dee and Kelley start their "mystical experiments"
    Guillaume Postel dies
    1584 Bruno's Expulsion of the Triumphant Beast published
    1588 Johan Weyer dies
    1595 Edward Kelley dies (Nov)
    1599 Reginald Scot dies
    1600 Giordano Bruno burned at the stake in Rome
    1602 Athanasius Kircher born in Geisa a. d. Ulster, Germany (May 2)
    William Lilly, astrologer and translator of Trithemius, born in Diseworth, county Leicester, England
    1603 Queen Elizabeth I dies;
    accession of James I
    1605 Heinrich Khunrath dies
    1606 Trithemius' Steganographia first published
    1608 John Dee dies
    1611 Simon Forman dies
    1612 Emperor Rudolph II dies
    1614-15 Rosicrucian manifestos published in Germany
    1615 Giambattista della Porta dies
    1617 Elias Ashmole born in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England (May 23)
    1617-19 Fludd's Utriusque cosmi historia published
    1618 Maier's Atlanta Fugiens published
    1618 Johann Baptista Grossschedel publishes Calendarium magicum (The Magical Calendar)
    1620 Robert Turner 'of Holshot', translator of magical texts, born
    1622 Thomas Vaughan, English Rosicrucian, born
    Michael Maier dies
    1624 Jakob Boehme dies
    1636 Christian Knorr von Rosenroth, German mystic and Kabbalist, born
    1637 Robert Fludd dies
    1652 Kircher's Oedipus Aegyptiacus published
    Thomas Vaughan publishes English translation (not his own) of the Rosicrucian Fama and Confessio
    1666 Thomas Vaughan dies
    1677 Christian Knorr von Rosenroth published first volume of Kabbala Denudata
    1680 Athanasius Kircher dies
    1681 William Lilly, astrologer and translator of Trithemius, dies
    1684 Christian Knorr von Rosenroth published second volume of Kabbala Denudata
    1688 Emanuel Swedenborg, scientist and mystic, born in Stockholm, Sweden.
    1689 Christian Knorr von Rosenroth dies
    1692 Elias Ashmole dies
    Salem witchcraft panic
    1707 Moses Hayyim Luzzatto, Hebrew poet and Kabbalistic mystic, born Padua
    1734 Franz Anton Mesmer born in Iznang, Swabia (Germany) (May 23)
    1747 Moses Hayyim Luzzatto dies
    1749-56 Swedenborg's Arcana Coelestia published
    1751 Ebenezer Sibly born
    1772 Emanuel Swedenborg dies
    1800 Ebenezer Sibly dies
    1810 Eliphas Levi, (Constant, Alphonse Louis), French occultist, born in Paris, France. He is said to be largely responsible for the revival of magic in the 19th century.
    1815 Franz Anton Mesmer dies
    1831 Helena Petrovna Blavatski (Helena Petrovna von Hahn), cofounder of the Theosophical Society, born of German parents in Yekaterinoslav (now Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine).
    1832 Henry Steel Olcott, cofounder of the Theosophical Society, born
    1865 Papus (i.e. G.A.V. Encausse), French occultist and author born
    1846 Anna Kingsford (Annie Bonus) born
    1847 Annie Besant (née Wood), author and noted Theosophist born
    1848 William W. Wescott born
    1854 Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers born in London
    1856 Levi's masterpiece Le Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie published
    1857 Arthur Edward Waite born in Brooklyn, New York
    1861 Rudolf Steiner born
    1865 William Butler Yeats born in Ireland
    1875 Eliphas Levi, (Constant, Alphonse Louis) dies (May 31)
    1875 Aleister Crowley (Crowley, Edward Alexander) born (October 12)
    1889 Mathers' edition of Kabbalah Unveiled published
    1888 Anna Kingsford (Annie Bonus) dies
    Papus' Traité Elémentaire de Science Occulte published;
    Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn established in London
    1889 Mathers' edition of Key of Solomon published
    1890 Dion Fortune (i.e. Violet Mary Firth) born;
    W.B. Yeats joins the Golden Dawn
    1891 Helena Petrovna Blavatski (Helena Petrovna von Hahn), cofounder of the Theosophical Society, dies
    1897 Levi's Le Clef des Grandes Mystères published
    1898 Julius Evola born
    Aleister Crowley joins the Golden Dawn;
    Mathers publishes The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abra-Melin the Mage [Abramelin]
    1899 C.G. Leland publishes Aradia, the Gospel of the Witches
    1900 Crowley expelled from the Golden Dawn
    1901 Manly Palmer Hall born
    1907 Henry Steel Olcott, cofounder of the Theosophical Society, dies
    Israel Regardie born
    1909 Franz Bardon born
    1916 Papus (i.e. G.A.V. Encausse), French occultist and author dies
    1918 Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers dies
    1925 William W. Wescott dies
    Rudolf Steiner dies
    1933 Annie Besant (née Wood), author and noted Theosophist dies
    1937 Israel Regardie publishes the Golden Dawn, which includes the bulk of the Golden Dawns' rituals and teachings.
    1939 William Butler Yeats dies
    1942 Arthur Edward Waite dies
    1946 Dion Fortune (i.e. Violet Mary Firth) dies
    1947 Aleister Crowley (Crowley, Edward Alexander) dies
    1958 Franz Bardon dies
    1974 Julius Evola dies
    1985 Israel Regardie dies
    1990 Manly Palmer Hall dies
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