Francisco Javier Gonzalez Echeverria
These were the known works of Michael Servetus,in 1995
1531 On the errors of the Trinity
1532 Dialogues on the Trinity
1535 The Geography of Ptolemy
1536 The apology against Leonhart Fuchs.
1537 Syruporum universa ratio or Universal explanation of the syrups,
1538 Discourse of Michael de Villanueva in favour of Astrology and against a certain physician
1542 Sacred Bible according to the translation of Santes Pagnini.
1542 The Sacred bible according to the old doctors (Biblia sacra ex poxtremis doctorum).
1546 Manuscript of Paris,
1553 The Restitution of Christianity.
*Gonzalez accidentally found an old book in the loft of a church. After an intense study he demonstrated it was by Servetus. This opened the gate to all the unknown works, which were not signed from 1542, cause of the death sentence Michael got by the University of Paris in 1538 (finally they forgave him, just for once). Jean Frellon, a printer and good friend of Michael said in the judgement of Vienne Isere “ that Michael had completed , among others, several grammatical treatises from Latin to Spanish, and he had also completed a Summa Teologica of St Thomas, in his print shop. Gonzalez realized that the priest who transcribed it had mistaken “ Somme” by “ summa” and he thought it referred to the Summa of Thomas Aquina. ( It was translated many centuries after). It was then a Spanish Summary of the old Testament. Then Gonzalez basically found all these medical works:
-1543 Materia Medica of 1543
-1543 Pharmacopoeia of 1543 ( associated to the Materia Medica,) which turns Servetus into one of the fathers of Modern pharmacology.
-1548-1551 Galenic Corpus
*He also found the “Lyon printers's Tribute to Michael” of a Materia Medica, which his friends published for him, with hidden commentaries from his Materia Medica of 1554.
-1554 Materia Medica
*He also found the grammatical treatises Frellon talked of( for children):
-1543 Dischits of Cato ( Translation of Erasmus, by Servetus)
-1549Children's notebook on the elegance and variety of the Latin language
-1549 Little work on the eight parts of the sentence
- ( there is also Andria, very possible, but Gonzalez admits he cannot guarantee it, there is no Frellon's edition)
*He also found two translation works for not educated people, with woodcuts by Hans Holbein.
-Images of the stories of the Old Gospel ( translation by Servetus)
-Portraits and figures from the story of the Old Gospel.( poetry by Servetus!, the Spanish Summary Frellon talked of)
*He also found the “ Manuscript of the Complutense”, and proved it to be by Servetus, (c1538) did a paleographical study on the handwritting and indirectly reaffirmed the authorship of the Manuscript of Paris, already known by that was denied by some “experts”.
-Manuscript of the Complutense
*He also found the lost Bible of 1545, it was known, but many experts did not consider it , cause no copies had appeared. He found one copy and proved its existence.
-Bible of 1545
*He found many more unknown editions of the Expostremis Doctorum Bible.
*He also did research on the origin of Michael, and found a protocol that proves his Jewish converso heritage , for the first time in 500 years.
*He also found new documents on Juan Servetus, brother of Michael, of his diocese.
*He also showed for the first time the manuscript of paris, and Michael's name in the registry of Paris,
*He tracked castle by castle and found the Royal document of French naturalization, of Michael Servetus before the king. It was lost for more than 50 years.
*He also finally , showed that “ Servetus” is merely a pseudonym for dangerous situations, theological works, and protestant lands. Every official document which required previous disclose of proofs states he was Miguel De Villanueva. Calvin theory was wrong. He did not have in count that De Villanueva, is a common converso name, and that there are 64 Villanueva villages in Spain. So it is a real last name and not a pseudonym. The pseudonym is Servetus, the name of his step father.
* He had a pair of Balls, cause he admitted he though the name of Michael was “ Michael De Villanueva” and so he was not born in “ Villanueva” but in Tudela. He was attacked by the Servetus's old institutions, located in the old birthplace, or with many trustees from there. Since then the old institutions try to deny any of his contributions, in a desperate attempt not to let people know of his authority, and the consecuences it would have in this branch of his research, the Identity of Michael and his birthplace. Anyway this scholar is a force of nature, and with a lot of support, but if they could they would burn him with all the new works by Servetus, just like Michael was burnt with his works.