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Helisaeus Roeslin (1544-1616) was a German physician and astrologer who adopted a geoheliocentric model of the universe. Roeslin's 1597 book De opere Dei creationis is regarded as one of the major works in the late 16th-century controversy over the formulation of a geoheliocentric world system. Roeslin explained a cosmology "in harmony" with the biblical story of creation and the Paracelsian doctrine of the elements which was to play a significant role in the alchemy debate between Quercetanus and Riolan in Paris in 1604.
March 7th, 2013
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