some mystics, occultists, and spiritual figures

2017-12-27
2022-12-20

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#nameplacetimedisciplinemethod / theme / renown
01Heinrich Cornelius Agrippab. Cologne1486 - 1535-De occulta philosophia libri tres; occultism
02ApuleiusNumidiac.124 - c.170Dionysian, Asclepian, PlatonistThe Golden Ass
03Teresa (of)Ávila1515 - 1582Carmelitemental prayer; Carmelite reformer; mysticism; levitation
04Rabia (of)Basrac.715 - 801Sufiasceticism; miracles; agape
05Jakob BöhmeUpper Lusatia1575 - 1624Lutherandivine inspiration; mysticism; theology
06Giordano Brunob. Nolac.1548 - 1600-martyrdom; cosmology
07Nicholas (of)b. Cusa1401 - 1464Christianmysticism; humanism
08João Maria D'Agostinib. Italy, Americas1801 - 1869Christianhealing; asceticism; wandering
09John Deeb. London1527 - c.1608Pythagorean, Hermeticalchemy; occultism; mathematics
10Juan DiegoMexico City1474 - 1548Catholicthe Guadalupe event; cultural reconciliation; healing
11Eckhartb. Thuringiac.1260 - c.1328Dominicanteachings; mysticism
12Enoch-biblical, fest. Jul 30-Book of Enoch; immortality
13Robert FluddKent1574 - 1637Paracelsiancosmology; occultism
14George Gurdjieffb. Gyumric.1870 - 1949Perennialthe Fourth Way; teachings; mysticism
15Marie Julie JahennyBlain1850 - 1941Franciscandivine revelation; prophecy; miracles
16María of Jesús de León y DelgadoTenerife1643 - 1731Dominicanprayer; ecstasy; miracles; incorruptibility
17John of the CrossSpain1542 - 1591Carmelitemysticism; theology
18Athanasius Kircherb. Fulda1602 - 1680universalist, Jesuitpolymath; comparative religion; science
19Ignatius (of)Loyola, Rome1491 - 1556Jesuitorder founder; asceticism; Spiritual Exercises; visions
20Alphonsus LiguoriNaples1696 - 1787Redemptoristorder founder; theology; levitation; bilocation
21Rose (of)Lima1586 - 1617Dominicanprayer; ecstasy
22Ramon Llullb. Majorcac.1232 - c.1315universalist, Franciscancontemplation; visions; theology; logic
23Mahavatar Babaji? India? - c.1935-yoga; agelessness; teacher
24Benedict (of)Nursia480 - 547Christianora et labora
25Giovanni Pico (of)b. Mirandola1463 - 1494universalistphilosophy; occultism; humanism
26Charles (of)Mount Argus1821 - 1893Passionistcompassion; healing
27MuhammadMecca, Medinac.570 - 632Muslim, Sufireligion founder; uniter of Arabia; divine revelation
28Najmuddin Kubrab. Konye-Urgench1145 - 1221Sufianalysis of dreams and visions
29Nanakb. Punjabc.1450Sikhreligion founder; divine revelation; miracles
30Julian (of)Norfolkc.1342 - 1416CatholicRevelations of Divine Love; asceticism; visions
31Guillaume Postelb. Normandy1510 - 1581universalistuniversalism; linguistics; Cabbalism; astronomy
32Pythagorasb. Samosc.500 BCPythagoreanreligion founder; astronomy; mathematics; music; mysticism
33RamakrishnaWest Bengal1836 - 1886Kali, Tantra, Vaishnava, Advaita, Sufi, Christianpersistent spiritual ecstasy; god incarnate
34Richard RolleYorkshire1290 - 1349Christianhermiticism; mysticism
35Rumi? Afghanistan1207 - 1273Sufipoetry; mysticism
36Ammonius SaccasAlexandria175 - 242NeoplatonistPlotinus' teacher; the Indian connection in Neoplatonism
37Sai BabaShirdi? - 1918Hindu, Sufiyoga; miracles
38Louis Claude de Saint-Martinb. Amboise1743 - 1803Martinistorder founder; mysticism; translation
39Catherine (of)Siena, Rome1347 - 1380Dominicanasceticism; agape; divine revelation; mysticism
40Henry Susob. Konstanz1295 - 1366Dominicanwritings; preaching
41Emanuel Swedenborgb. Stockholm1688 - 1772Lutherandivine inspiration; theology; physiology; mysticism
42Nikola Teslab. Croatia, New York, Colorado Springs1856 - 1943-invention; engineering; futurism
43Zhuang ZhouAnhuic.350 BCDaoistphilosophical writings
44ZoroasterGreater Persiac.1100 BCZoroastrianreligion founder; visions; cosmogony; humanism

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