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As some secrets were given to the Gypsies to preserve against centrifugal History, and some to the Kabbalists, the Templars, the Rosi-crucians, so have this Secret of the Fearful Assembly, and others, found their ways inside the weatherless spaces of this or that Ethnic Joke.
_Anopheles_ -- _maculipennis_, _punctipennis_ and _crucians_ -- which are common in various localities, and one or two other species that so far as known are local or rare.
Aurea-crucians, a sect founded by Jacob Böhmen, i.
It is now time to speak of Jacob Böhmen, who thought he could discover the secret of the transmutation of metals in the Bible, and who invented a strange heterogeneous doctrine of mingled alchymy and religion, and founded upon it the sect of the Aurea-crucians.
The fraternity of the Rosy-crucians is very like the sect of the ancient Gnostici, who called them selves so from the excellent learning they pretended to, although they were really the most ridiculous sots of mankind.
Heautontimommenos y fe] p (e crucians (ob gaatum laevf - tia fua fugatum); cf.Hor. Serm.