Published September 15, 2006
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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Louis Claude de Saint-Martin () was a striking and influential figure in his time. Of Errors & Truth is his first work, published under the pseudonym "The Unknown Philosopher". In it, he develops a critique of the then-fashionable Enlightenment and Encyclopedist empiricism and materialism, from the point of view of an esoteric and /5(16). This pamphlet is not a translation of the St. Martin work, L'Homme de désir (The Man of Desire). This pamphlet was NOT written by Louis Claude St. Martin, but by A.E. White. Thus it is mislabeled, deceptively so. It is a pamphlet called "The Man of Desire" about St. Martin's "The Man of Desire". It's a book about the book, not the actual book/5(17). Following the success of 'Of Errors & Truth', published in , this second book by the Unknown Philosopher (Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin), published in , continues his theories of the relationships between God, Man and Nature, and goes on to provide an exegesis on the origin of religion, tracing it through the early civilizations to the Prophets of the Old Testament, and introduces the Reviews: Louis Claude de Saint-Martin has 74 books on Goodreads with ratings. Louis Claude de Saint-Martin’s most popular book is Man: His True Nature and Min.
Books By Louis Claude de Saint-Martin All Formats Paperback Hardcover Sort by: Sort by: Popularity. Theosophic Correspondence between Louis Claude de Saint Martin & Kirchberger, Baron de Liebistorf Jan 1, by Louis Claude de Saint-Martin. Louis Claude, Comte de Saint-Martin (Janu - Octo ) led a gentle and blameless life in the midst of the holocaust of the French Revolution. He was a true Theosophist and an Adept. The teachings of the order, is based on three pillars: Christian mysticism, kabbalah, and Martinism as established by Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin, Martinez de Pasqually and Jean-Baptiste Willermoz. As opposed to many contemporary martinist orders, the teachings of the ORC, both current and forthcoming, based directly on the teachings of the. Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin was born in in Amboise, France, and died in He was originally a barrister before taking a commission in the army at -Martin was initiated into the Elus-Cohens in and was active in the organization for at least six years.
Mark Stavish (Pennsylvania) has been a long-time student of esotericism and is a frequent lecturer on ancient occult r of the Institute for Hermetic Studies, he is the author of numerous articles on Western esotericism. In he established the Louis Claude de St. Martin Fund, a non-profit dedicated to advancing the study and practice of Western Esotericism. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Louis Claude De St Martin books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Man: His True Nature & Ministry, L.-C. de Saint-Martin trans. Edward B. Penny TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE. Some account of Saint-Martin (Le Philosophe inconnu) and his writings has been given in the preface to his ‘Correspondence with Baron Liebestorf’, recently published∗; and it is necessary hero only to say that the book of which a translation is now presented to the reader. BC Recordings The Martinist Heirs of Louis Claude de St. Martin  - The Martinist Heirs of Louis Claude de St. Martin: Papus, Sedir, Master Phillippe and Peladan. The revived Martinist Order of Papus. The French neo-romantic and symbolist figures in the Martinist movement. Phillippe the amazing spiritual Master of the Martinist revival.