Hildegard of Bingen wrote Physica during the period 1150 to 1158. For those of us interested in Hildegard of Bingen medicine, or German herbal remedies in [...]
In 1151, Hildegard completed her first visionary work, Scivias (“Know the Ways”). Around the same time, she started work on her practical guides to nature [...]
Scivias, an illustrated tome, was Hildegard of Bingen’s first, and perhaps most famous of her writings. Scivias, (“Know the Ways”) describes 26 of Hildegard’s most [...]
The body of work surrounding Hildegard of Bingen writings is expansive and diverse. She was equal parts nun and scientist, theologian and philosopher, musician and poet, and naturalist [...]
“With music, God has left people with the memory of paradise lost”- Hildegard von Bingen”. Hildegard von Bingen remains unique in the history of music. [...]
Hildegard of Bingen remains Germany’s greatest mystic and God’s companion. She was artist and scientist, mystic and doctor, poet and political critic.
These famous Hildegard of Bingen quotes illustrate the broad spectrum of her contribution to humanity. Her creative power resonates from these Hildegard of Bingen quotes: "Humanity, take a good look at [...]
Hildegard of Bingen wrote Ordo Virtutum (“The Play of Virtues”) during the construction and relocation of her Abbey at Rupertsberg. Considered the first morality play, [...]