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Georg von Welling (1655–1727) born, 1655, in Kassel in Hesse, was a German alchemical and theosophical writer, known for his work Opus mago-cabalisticum, first published incomplete under the pseudonym Gregorius Anglus Sallwigt in 1719. By profession he worked in the mining industry, becoming Director in the Baden-Durlacher Office of Building and Mines. He lost his position in 1723, and retired to Bockenheim near Frankfurt, where he died in 1727. The first complete publication of his major work, Opus Mago-cabbalisticum et theosophicum, was printed in 1735 8 years after his death.

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  • Georg von Welling (1655–1727) born, 1655, in Kassel in Hesse, was a German alchemical and theosophical writer, known for his work Opus mago-cabalisticum, first published incomplete under the pseudonym Gregorius Anglus Sallwigt in 1719. By profession he worked in the mining industry, becoming Director in the Baden-Durlacher Office of Building and Mines. He lost his position in 1723, and retired to Bockenheim near Frankfurt, where he died in 1727. The first complete publication of his major work, Opus Mago-cabbalisticum et theosophicum, was printed in 1735 8 years after his death.
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  • Georg von Welling (1655–1727) born, 1655, in Kassel in Hesse, was a German alchemical and theosophical writer, known for his work Opus mago-cabalisticum, first published incomplete under the pseudonym Gregorius Anglus Sallwigt in 1719. By profession he worked in the mining industry, becoming Director in the Baden-Durlacher Office of Building and Mines. He lost his position in 1723, and retired to Bockenheim near Frankfurt, where he died in 1727. The first complete publication of his major work, Opus Mago-cabbalisticum et theosophicum, was printed in 1735 8 years after his death.
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