Renaissance occultists both shaped Western occult thought and often assisted in laying the foundations for modern science. View the profiles of some of the most notable occultists from the Renaissance.
Agrippa's Three Books of Occult Philosophy have gone through dozens of printings over the last 500 years and continues to be a commonly referenced occult source. The Three Books is large and fairly all encompassing, combining aspects of Hermeticism, Kabbalah, Neoplatonism and other sources into one coherent system.
Renaissance occultist who revealed the Enochian language and ideas of Enochian magic, which were revealed to him by a series of angels through mediums such as Edward Kelley.
Paracelsus, hailed as both a father of modern alchemy and of modern medicine, stressed the value of observation and experimentation in order to diagnose and correctly treat ailments. His occult studies includes astrology and alchemy, both of which linked back to his scientific pursuits.