Jacob Boehme Resources

This page collects existing resources from the WWW on the work, world, and influence of Jacob Boehme (1575-1624), and adds some of my own resources, in an effort to support research and teaching on Boehme. If anyone knows of additions to this page, please let me know at the email address below.

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Bruce B. Janz
Last Updated: 24 January 2013

Picture of Jacob BoehmeGeneral Introductory Resources

See also below, in "Secondary Sources and Documents"

Frontispiece from Mysterium Pansophicum

Boehme Primary Texts

Sammtliche Werke, Collected Works


Three Principles of Divine Essence

Clavis, or Key

Six Mystical Points

The Way to Christ (individual tracts or the whole)

The Incarnation of Jesus Christ

Mysterium Pansophicum

Signature Rerum

Mysterium Magnum

On the Election of Grace


Excerpt & Sampler collections

Text Archives That Include Boehme's Works

These sites usually contain more than just Boehme's work, and so are useful for the wider mystical and devotional picture.

Boehme Secondary Sources and Documents

Images Connected to Boehme

Boehme Images on the Esoterica Site

The ejournal Esoterica has compiled a fine list of images from Boehme's Theosophia Revelata, 1730. They are listed here.

Jacob Böhme--Portrait

Supersensual Life


Conversation Between Souls


Apology: Against Balthasar Tilken

Three Principles

Signatura Rerum

Threefold Life of Man


Centrum Naturae

Choosing Grace

Forty Questions on the Soul

De Testamentis Christi

Philosophical Globe, or Wonder-Eye of Eternity

Mysterium Magnum

Christ Becoming Human

Mysterium Manuscript Illustrations

On the Suffering and Death of Jesus Christ

Mysterium Magnum II

The Tree of Faith

Divine Revelation

Earthly and Heavenly Life

Theosophic Letters

The Way to Christ

Böhme's Life in an Illustration


Map of Görlitz in Böhme's Lifetime

Six Theosophic Points


Miscellaneous Boehme pages

Related Thinkers, Texts & Movements

Assorted Uncategorized Followers of Boehme


Baader, Franz von (1765-1841)

Berdyaev, Nicolaus (1874-1948)

Blake, William (1757-1827)

Bromley, Thomas (1629-1691)

Buber, Martin (1878-1965)

Bucke, Richard Maurice (1837-1902)

Cambridge Platonists (17th Century)

Coleridge, S. T. (1796-1849)

Eckhart, Meister (1260-1328)

English Behmenists (see also Jane Leade, Philadelphians, Thomas Bromley)

Fox, George (1624-1691)

Freher, Dionysius Andreas (1649-1728)

Frick, Philipp Joseph (1742-1798)

Gichtel, Johan Georg (1638-1710)


Guyon, Madame (1647-1717)


Hegel, G. W. F. (1770-1831)

Jung, C. G. (1875-1961)

Law, William (1686-1761)

Leade, Jane (1624-1704) (see also English Behmenists, Philadelphians)

Lee, Francis (see also Jane Leade and Philadelphians)

McDonald, George (1824-1905)

Novalis (Frederick von Hardenburg) (1772-1801)

Oetinger, Friedrich Christian (1702-1782)

Paracelsus (1493-1541)

Pennsylvania Mystics

Philadelphians (see also Jane Leade, English Behmenists)


Rexroth, Kenneth (1905-1982)

Runge, Philip Otto (1777-1810)

Saint-Martin, Louis Claude de (1743-1803)

Schelling, F. W. J. (1775-1854)

Schwenkfeld von Ossig, Casper (1489 -1561)

Solovyov, Vladimir (1853-1900)

Spener, Philip Jacob (1635-1705)

Swedenborg, Emmanuel (1688-1772)

Tillich, Paul (1886-1965)

Weigel, Valentin (1553-1588)

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