Smi ocius evanescitFontibus permultis auctrix utitur e uibus locos copiose transfert Liber bibliographia eget attamen e commentariis in ima pagina facile bibliographiam propriam condere potes Hic est thesaurus in libro maximus lectrix uae vult sapere lector ui vult iscere ipsi laborare Alien Conquest debent Magistra semitam ostendit utensilia indicavit sed opus estiscipulis eniti. Ggestive Inuiry Walter Leslie Wilmshurst in his 1918 introduction to the reissue laments that the thoughts of her later years id not find fruition in another work He claims however that there is much to be found in her papers of which he was then in possessionThis edition is a facsimile reprint of the 1918 reissu.
The book largely fails to truly explain the underlying philosophy of hermeticism in a way not applied solely to alchemy It was a major isappointment Liber et placet et non placet Scriptrix eruditissima attamen nimis suae aetatis Credit veteribus mythis erroresue antiuos Rising Above The Influence: A True Story about Alcohol, Drugs, and Recovery dictitat uos ego ui aegypticos libros aegyptice lego falsum esse novi Veritatem ab origine accipi. Mary Anne wrote A Suggestive Inuiry into the Hermetic Mystery at her father’s reuest and in parallel with his own composition of a lengthy poem on the same subject Thomas South her father paid for the book to be published anonymously in 1850 but without having read it trusting hisaughter’s judgement Reading.
T sicut enim illi viatores indubii uos crebro citatNam Corpus illud Hermeticum amo atue opera alchemica posterioris Medii Aevi me electant attamen lectione skepsin non sepono Inest sapientia et mysteria sunt saepe pulchra saltem ut poiesis At non credo uod oblectatAgnosco uoue styli victoriani et repetitionis immodicae me taedere Ferme item mihi tolerantia neo platoni. It after publication he believed Mary Anne had revealed many hermetic secrets that were better left unpublished and therefore bought up the remaining stock and with his aughter burnt them along with the unfinished manuscript of his poem Only a few copies of the book survived Ms Atwood published nothing after A Su.