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Peterson, mentioning the above possibilities, also suggests that the title might be the author's pseudonym. The Arbatel is noted for being straightforward in its writing, positive in its contents, and unusually honest regarding its origins. While a number of occult works claim to be from earlier periods and other regions than where they were actually published, textual evidence demonstrates that the book must have been written between and , which encompasses the claimed date of The final editing of the book was likely carried out by Theodor Zwinger , and was almost definitely published by Pietro Perna , leaving little doubt to the book's claimed Swiss origin. The author remains unknown, but Peterson believes one Jacques Gohory — to be the most likely possibility. Gohory, like Zwinger and Perna, was a Paracelsian. Some German manuscripts produced shortly after its publication attribute the work to Paracelsus, though without evidence.