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This index presents a list of names that occur in this book Jacob Boehme's Aurora: Translation, Introduction, and Commentary. The book is a vast open or underground influence on popular and mystical religion, poetry, and philosophy from Germany to England to Russia. It contains elements of alchemical, esoteric, and anticlerical thought is a portal to the cultural, scientific, and theological currents on the eve of the Thirty Years' War.

Keywords: England; Russia; Thirty Years' War

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