Hermetic Section

Hermeticism is a set of philosophical and religious beliefs based primarily upon the pseudepigraphical writings attributed to Hermes Trismegistus. The term Hermetic is from medieval Latin hermeticus, which is derived from the name of the Greek god, Hermes. The god, Hermes, is a generic term used by the pre-classical Greeks for any deity, and was only later associated with the god of knowledge in Athens in the 2nd Century CE.

















Divine Pymander - Chapters I - VIII                     Chapters VIIII - XV                      Chapters XV1 - XVII


Thrice-Greatest Hermes, Volume I

Thrice Greatest Hermes - Volume 2

Thrice Greatest Hermes - Volume 3

The Book Of The Black Serpent - This is a version of an essay published c. 1900 for initiates of the Golden Dawn Isis- Urantia temple. The original essay, concerning the Qlippoth can be found in R.A.Gilbert's "The Sorcerer and His Apprentice" and Steve Savedow's "Goetic Evocation - The Magician's Workbook Volume 2".

The Emerald Tablet of Hermes

THE KEY OF THE MYSTERIES (LA CLEF DES GRANDS MYSTERES) - by Eliphas Levi







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