Enchiridion. Chapter 11. The Third Rule

Set this third rule before thee alway, bear thyself in hand that all the fearful things and fantasies which appear forthwith unto thee as it were in the first entering of hell ought to be counted for a thing of nought, by the example of Virgilius’ Eneas.

By Erasmus of Rotterdam

, , ,

From

In , , ,

6 min read