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Shop Books. Read an excerpt of this book! Add to Wishlist. USD 0. One might see analogies between Delrio and Paracelsus. But when it comes to the spirits of the dead, a clear difference is discernible which is based on theological doctrine. Evestrum and trarames sometimes manifest themselves by rumbling or knocking, i. They would be proper poltergeists. The corpus spirituale may also, in conjunction with the soul, go on living without the material body after the physical death of a person — until it is consumed by its ruling star so that it decays and decomposes.
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As long as it has not fully disaggregated, the astral body seeks shelter in the very place where the deceased person used to live. The astral body can be seen but is unable to speak. Especially in the case of a violent death the astral body lives on in the belief that what it does 18 Delrio M. One might say that it does not quite acknowledge the sudden loss of its elemental body. Such spirits will appear especially if a person had been driven by evil passions, and it appears in order to give a warning to the living.
As for the Jesuit, the existence of spirits is undisputed for the Calvinist. May his examples differ clearly from those given by Delrio with regard to denominational polemics, the theological construction is the very 19 For a denominational reading of Grimmelshausen: Mahlmann-Bauer B.
Hans Biedermann Graz: They rather have the air of spook, or spectral appearances, similar to those described by Paracelsus. Poltergeists are frightening, even if they may not be hostile at all and may have the best intentions. It is important to notice that Fischart does not refer to the Bible or the patristic tradition in this context but describes cases that could be gathered from contemporaneous empirical evidence. With Luther the case is quite similar. Fischart J. Kritische Gesamtausgabe. Tischreden, 6 vols.
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Graz: II a. This perception runs through almost all spirit-narratives given by Luther,29 who himself had repeatedly fallen prey to poltergeists. One narrative, dated , recounts the following: Von Polter Geystern. Osiander helt, das nichts sey mit den Poltergeistern. Daruff der Doctor gesagt: Ich halt, das was dran sey.
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Osiander mus altzeit was sonderlichs haben. Ich hab es erfaren propria experientia, den da ich ein mall muede war von meinen horis canonicis zu bethen, da hub sich ein gros gereusch hinter der hellen, das ich mechtig sere erschrack; da ich aber marckt, das des Teuffels spiel war, giengk ich zu betth vnd bath Gott [.
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Osiander claims that poltergeists are nothing. Upon which the doctor said: I claim that there is something about them.
Osiander must always have his own ways. On another occasion, narrated in the same context, Luther witnesses a massive rattling of pots; he again dares the devil and goes to sleep. Thirdly, again in the same passage, he recounts an occasion when on the Wartburg the devil started throwing nuts at him.
Ich stehe auf, gehe auf die Treppe, will sehen, was da sei; da war die Treppe zu. Da sprach ich: Bist du es, so sei es! Und befahl mich dem Herrn Christo [. There it comes upon the hazelnuts, starts, and bungs one after the other at the beams very hard, rumbles at my bed; but I did not care for it. When I 29 30 31 Luther M. Luther M. I get up, go to the stairs, want to see what there might be; but the stairs were closed.
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As can be seen from these passages, Luther seems to be a bit inconsistent in his phrasing. Augustine ascribed the apparition of the spirits of the deceased to demonic activities. Therefore, it is important to tell empirically established ghost stories with a didactic intention. This dog would have taken a smell at people who would have died soon afterwards. Based on theological differences, Protestants have an attitude towards spirits that differs largely from a Catholic attitude.
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The difference was indeed common knowledge in the early modern period. Zedler e. This belief, he says, was widely accepted among the Platonists and the pagans of the antiquity, the cabbalists, the rabbis, and it is still in full swing with the Turks. Schottus [. For hence they seize the chance to introduce to their fellow believers the way in which they should behave towards such appearing souls in order to liberate them from Purgatory. For either, spirits also served in different social contexts and textual genres.
Catholics required spirits as a chance to liberate some poor souls from purgatory, and so they would have been less inclined to construe34 them in texts; their approach would seem to be rather practical or pragmatic. Protestants, on the other hand, required spirits as signs warning against the ways of the devil; they would need repeated empirical evidence of demonic apparitions and would therefore be inclined to construe spirits in recurring exemplary narratives.
Literature in this protestant context also serves to differentiate the empirical casuistry of spirits. In order to exemplify these circumstances I will examine some texts by protestant authors from the 17th century,35 texts construing the apparition of poltergeists. They all insist that the tales they recount are based on historical truth. For the constructional nature of spirits Buse P.
Deconstruction, Psychoanalysis, History Basingstoke: Geistererscheinungen auf dem deutschen Theater im Barock Konstanz: Hamburg: — Berlin: The narrative is set in Athens at the times of Athenodorus, a philosopher belonging to the stoic school in ancient Greece.
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