Kutuzov Alexander( The famous mystic)
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Biography Kutuzov Alexander
(1748 - 1790). Moving in 1766, Mr.. from Moscow University in Leipzig, tied there with the German Rosicrucians. Not long was in the military service. Close to come together with Novikov, Kutuzov stepped into the ranks of the Masons. Active members of friendly society and typographic company's affairs which at one time in charge, Kutuzov tried to bring to Martinists his friend, AN. Radisheva, but to no avail. In turn, Radishchev could be interested in. steeped in mystical speculation Kutuzova social issues, . and although he has devoted his famous "Journey from St. Petersburg to Moscow", . but it emphasizes only the dedication of their friendship, . and not necessarily the views of solidarity,
. In 1787, Mr.. Kutuzov, on behalf of the Moscow Rosicrucians, went to Berlin to study the higher orders' exercises, chemistry and alchemy. Translated: "The mystery of the Cross and T. d. (M., . 1784; anonymous, . with Bagryanskaya), . essay Paracelsus "Chemical psaltery, . Philosophical or rules of the stone of the wise "(Moscow, . 1784; alchemical essay, . burned after a lightning storm erupted over the Novikov), . Klopstock's poem "The Messiah" (M., . 1785 - 1787; the first two parts, . translated into prose), . Ed,
. Jung's "Cry, or night thoughts" and t. d. (Moscow, 1785, 3rd ed., 1812). 2 nd edition of "Messiah" (St. Petersburg, 1820) appeared with the addition of the remaining two parts, according to Longinov, translate Kutuzova consummated Karamzin. Correspondence Kutuzov printed in the Russian past, 1874 and 1896. - Wed. Longinov "Novikov and Moscow Martinist (St. Petersburg, 1865); Tarasov" Forgotten Rosicrucians "(" Collection of articles on SF. Platonov, 1912).