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He was a pioneer in several aspects of the "medical revolution" of the Renaissance, emphasizing the value of observation in combination with received wisdom. He also had a substantial impact as a prophet or diviner, his "Prognostications" being studied by Rosicrucians in the late 16th and 17th centuries.

His remains were relocated inside St Sebastian church in 1752.

In the same year, he also visited the mines in Schwaz and Hall in Tyrol, working on his book on miners' diseases.

He moved on to Innsbruck, where he was once again barred from practicing.

During his time as a professor at University of Basel, he invited barber-surgeons, alchemists, apothecaries, and others lacking academic background to serve as examples of his belief that only those who practiced an art knew it: 'The patients are your textbook, the sickbed is your study.' , and briefly in Esslingen, he moved to Nuremberg in 1529.

His reputation went before him, and the medical professionals excluded him from practicing.

His Astronomia magna (also known as Philosophia sagax) was completed in 1537, but published only in 1571.

It is a treatise on hermeticism, astrology, divination, theology and demonology and laid the basis of Paracelsus' later fame as a "prophet".

He passed Sterzing in 1534, moving on to Meran, Veltlin and St. In Meran, he also came in contact with the socio-religious programs of the anabaptists.