He was the father of the occult, the founder of astrology, the discoverer of alchemy. He was Hermes Trismegistus, and as the scribe of the gods of ancient Egypt, he possessed all divine knowledge... which he passed on to humanity, though only those who have been tutored in its wonders can fully understand it.In this extraordinary 1912 book, three secret initiates to his teachings - who remain anonymous to this day - share their insight with all who seek to understand the mysterious underpinnings of the universe and our relationship with it.
An appreciation of Hermeticism, as the basis of all paranormal philosophies still studied today, is an absolute must for anyone fascinated by magic, the supernatural, and the wisdom of the ancients.
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This is a collection of the 7 fundamental laws of our reality, defines how we are able to use higher laws to cancel lower, set our own emotional polarity, as well as how polarization works in others. I have listened to this audiobook, at length, two score times and I continue to learn from it. This is, without doubt, the main key for those interested in Hermetic wisdom. One will be able to read sacred text with the 'light of ancient Egypt', as it is termed within. This book is the reason I have Audible. Have a fine day!
This book covers a lot of territory - consciousness, dimensions, physics, science, nature, natural law (Universe, Earth, Human), behavior, mental abilities, responsibility, integrity, and much more.
For someone interested in spiritual development, there's food for thought here. Strangely, I wasn't expecting so much that is relevant today in physics and science to be part of ancient teachings. Interesting.
The narrator kept yawning during this book. Whatever he's being paid it's too much! Otherwise a lot of interesting stuff.
The most concise explanation of the 7 Hermetic principles . The recitation leaves nothing to wanting; well read. Overall good job.
remove the word et cetera
et cetera, et cetera, et cetera...wth..have not heard that word used so many times...ridiculous the book is ok overall..good narrator ..
This echoes the ancient realizations of the sages from around the globe. To me it feels like a blend of Taoism and Buddhism and I often found myself thinking that one would be better to take up the Buddhist practice instead because it's a much more fleshed out system but I must admit to being partial on this matter. This could serve as a good nudge in a right direction as far as awareness of what the mind is and how it functions and how it is malleable. However, as in much of spirituality, there runs the risk of the new comer being confused and stuck in "seeking" mode, and some naive ones may very well misinterpret what is meant by "all is mind", I assure you, you won't be levitating or bending spoons but you might stumble onto a new perspective which opens the gate that leads to a gateless gate.
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