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Hitchcock, Ethan Allen



Hitchcock, Ethan Allen (1798-1870), American general and literary historian, who was among the first in modern times to perceive the spiritualistic aspect of alchemy as a process of spiritual development engaged in by the alchemist which synthesizes mysticism and esoteric alchemy. He wrote Remarks on Alchemy and Alchemists, and Swedenborg, a Hermetic Philosopher, both were significant works. A.G.H.


Source:

Riland, George.The New Steinerbooks Dictionary of Paranormal. New York Warner Books, Inc. 1980 p. 128

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