To Behmen's Works this mode of printing seems especially appropriate.
Fludd was a Rosicrucian, and a mystic of a different type from Behmen.
At his far too early death Behmen left four treatises behind him in an unfinished condition.
Upon this freedom of choice is founded Behmen's moral teaching.
The title "Supersensual Life" is not altogether a good one, but it is that which is used in former editions of Behmen.
But all these belonged to Behmen, or were fashioned on the model of his symbolical language.
There is neither past nor future where we are now walking with Behmen.
Behmen sets about his task as a ductor dubitantium in a masterly manner.
Although, apparently, a practical disciple of Behmen, I am no believer in his visionary creed.
Thus the blessed Behmen saw paradise and had it in his heart as he sat over his hammer and lapstone in his solitary stall.