Theodorus Mundanus (1684*)
He was a contemporary of Isaac Newton, and he wrote a famous
letter from Paris (in French,1684) to the Royal Physician and
Chemist of that time, Dr. Edmund Dickinson (1624-1707), whom is
reported by the diarist, John Evelyn, to have witnessed a projection
utilizing the philosopher's elixir by Mundanus.
He was a very learned person, formerly a fellow of St. John's
College, Oxford, in which city he practised physic, (but was unknown
as to his country or abode), whom studied Chymistry into his old
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