1575 – Born in Altseidenberg, Germany, near Görlitz, and grew up as a Lutheran, and worked as a shoemaker in Görlitz.
1599 – He settled at Görlitz as master shoemaker, and married to Katharina, daughter of Hans Kuntzschmann, a thriving butcher in the town.
1600 – He received through observing the exquisite beauty of a beam of sunlight reflected in a pewter dish.
1610 – Started writing his first treatise, Aurora, or Die Morgenroete im Aufgang.
1612 – Boehme’s authorship began in his 37th year with a treatise, Aurora, oder die Morgenröte im Aufgang, which though unfinished was surreptitiously copied, and eagerly circulated in manuscript by Karl von Ender.
1618 – Began a second period of authorship; he poured forth, but did not publish, treatise after treatise, expository and polemical, in the next and the two following years.
1623 – His first printed book, Weg zu Christo (The Way to Christ), caused scandal.
– He was exile in Dresden.
– He produced his major work De Signatura Rerum and Misterium Magnum.
1624 – Jakob Böhme died on 17th of November in Görlitz.
– Bohme was the important source of German Romantic philosophy.