Rudolf II (d. 1612) was an emperor. Under his reign, Pavel Khunrath invented the alethiometer. The city of Prague was part of his empire. He was succeeded by Emperor Frederick.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

  • Rudolf II was the Holy Roman Emperor from 1576 to his death in 1612. He is remembered as a proponent of the occult arts, leading to what would become the scientific revolution.

External linksEdit


  • History of the Alethiometer


  1. Random House - History of the Alethiometer (Archived 20 March 2015)
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