The Life of Paracelsus and the Substance of His Teachings - Digital (PDF)
by Franz Hartmann, M.D.
NOTE: This is the digital version of this book which can be downloaded immediately after purchase.
Originally published in 1891
“Invisible things cannot be seen, neither can that which is imponderable be weighed with scales; but invisible and imponderable things, such as the cosmic ether, the light-producing power of the sun, the vital power of plants and animals, thought, memory, imagination, will, psychological influences affecting the state of the mind or producing sudden change of feeling, and other things too numerous to mention, are nevertheless facts, and exist in spite of the incapacity of teachers of anatomy or chemistry to explain them.”
Paracelsus, (1493-1541), did understand these things to a degree not even reached today. He was more than 500 years ahead of the time and was using hypnosis before Mesmer and homeopathy before Hahnemann. No one has had more understanding of Nature Spirits and the Cosmos as did Paracelsus.