Die sieben letzten Posaunen oder Wehen wann sie anfangen und aufhören und von den 70 ... Die sieben letzten Posaunen oder Wehen wann sie anfangen und aufhören und von den 70 ... Die sieben letzten Posaunen oder Wehen wann sie anfangen und aufhören und von den 70 ...

Die sieben letzten Posaunen oder Wehen wann sie anfangen und aufhören und von den 70 danielischen Wochen und 12 prophetischen Monaten: von der Zahl 666 als das Mahlzeichen des Thiers von Heinrich Jung Stilling.

ARMBRUSTER , Christian ]

Published by Gedruckt fur Charles M’Williams, Reading, 1820
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First American Edition. 12mo. 142p. With a dramatic woodcut frontispiece depicting the Anti-Christ as a seven headed dragon. Re-bound in quarter calf with marbled boards preserving the original calf spine. Title page shows age-toning, soiling and staining; a small darker spot of staining is present near the upper corner. The inside margin of the frontispiece is carefully restored with some spots of loss to the inner black border-line of the illustration. End papers are stained; notations in an early hand are scrawled on the front free end paper. Interior pages contain light age toning, scattered marginal foxing, soiling and wear. A German mystic named Christian Armbruster penned this apocalyptic work (first published in Germany in either 1813 or 1814). The author predicts the immanent end of days by comparing current events at that time – i.e. the rise of the Emperor Napoleon – to the prophecies in the Book of Revelation and in the Book of Daniel. Armbruster makes much use of dates and numerical mysticism. American editions of his book contain a frontispiece of a seven headed dragon and are falsely attributed to the more famous mystic Heinrich Jung-Stilling. [Uvarov 163 – listing a Binnigheim, 1813 edition; Holzmann/Bohatta 9368 – listing the Ulm, 1814 edition]. Bookseller Inventory # 000569

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Title: Die sieben letzten Posaunen oder Wehen wann ...

Publisher: Gedruckt fur Charles M’Williams, Reading

Publication Date: 1820

Binding: Hardcover

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