Dionysius Andreas Freher
Dionysius Andreas Freher (1649–1728) was a Christian mystic, most famous for his extensive commentaries on Jacob Boehme.
Dionysius Andreas Freher was a mystical and alchemical writer who was born in Germany but spent most of his life in London, England. He wrote extensively about the works and ideas of Jacob Boehme.
The Paradoxical Emblems of Dionysius Andreas Freher, edited by Adam McLean.
- An Illustration of the Deep Principles of Jacob Behmen, the Teutonic Theosopher
- Freher's Process in the Philosophical Work
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