Glasgow: 1984. The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz is well known as the major piece of early Rosicrucian writing. It is in the form of an allegorical romance, with a well-paced plot that captures the interest of the reader, and through the medium of allegory, conveys the essential esoteric philosophy underlying Rosicrucianism. Although the text in a 17th century English translation has been available recently in various publications, it really needs a commentary to help unravel the elaborate threads of esoteric ideas that form its fabric. Cloth bound in fine condition. Item #15365
Limited edition of 250 copies signed, dated and numbered by Adam McLean; Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks No. 18; Hand-Bound in simulated brown leather with gilt spine title; With text of the 1690 Foxcroft translation, revised and modernized, with extracts from the original German edition translated by Donald MacLean; 127 pages.