Adam Haslmayr

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Adam Haslmayr (c. 1560–1630) – the first commentator of Rosicrucian manifestos. He called the revelation of Paracelsus the "Theophrastia Sancta".

Adam Haslmayr was a public notary in Tyrol. In 1612 he stated that he saw a manuscript of Fama Fraternitatis in 1610,[1] although the book was published in 1614. His statement was included in the same volume as "Fama Fraternitatis".

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yates, Frances (1972). The Rosicrucian Enlightenment. Routledge. p. 59. ISBN 0415267692.