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OTHER WORDS FROM ParacelsusPar·a·cel·si·an, adjective, nounPar·a·cel·si·an·ism, nounPar·a·cel·sic, Par·a·cel·sis·tic, adjectivePar·a·cel·sist, noun
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After eight years, two of which he had spent roving through Germany with Paracelsus, she died, leaving her property to relations.The Age of Erasmus|P. S. Allen
The Rosicrucians appear to have been the outcome both of this Cabalistic movement and of the teachings of Paracelsus.
Incidentally Paracelsus was not born until 1493, that is to say nine years after Christian Rosenkreutz is supposed to have died.
The most colossal figure in this collection of mediaeval charlatans and knaves was Paracelsus.
Few men there are of whom so much good and so much145 evil has been written as of Paracelsus.