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Divine Magic

This is the second edition of Doreen Virtue’s explanation of The Kybalion, made understandable and applicable for readers today. The Kybalion is a classic spiritual teaching manual that is now in the public domain.   319 more words

Book Review

The Theory and Practice of Alchemy: Part I

ALCHEMY, the secret art of the land of Khem, is one of the two oldest sciences known to the world. The other is astrology. The beginnings of both extend back into the obscurity of prehistoric times. 1,334 more words


The First Visitation of Katie King

Egypt – 1449 BC

Hermes Trismegistus sped across the desert sands towards the temple of Thoth. He knew that the soldiers of the Pharaoh could not be far behind him. 702 more words


The Seven Hermetic Principles-The Principle of Mentalism

“The All is Mind, the universe is mental”. This quotation is used to sum up the concept in the Kybalion. It took me several years (and still working in it) to grasp this concept. 348 more words


Very interesting!

Quoting the last paragraph from Hermes Trismegistus and the Origins of the Pyramid Myths, by Jason Colavito:

…The Surid story is a relatively straightforward euhemerizing in this reading, with Surid substituting for Hermes because, as Julius Africanus testified, in Late Antique Egypt Khufu (Suphis in the Greek of Manetho) was imagined to be the author of Hermetic treatises (a Greek alchemical work carries his fictional byline), and thus may have been identified with Hermes himself, or became a suitable substitute, much the way other writers made the fictional pharaoh ’Ankam into Hermes.

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The Emerald Tablet (Tabula Smaragdina)

1) It is true without untruth, certain and most true:

2) that which is below is like that which is on high, and that which is on high is like that… 202 more words

The Mysteries

Pascal's Sphere

In Coleman Barks’ introduction to Chapter 16 of his Big Red Book, he quotes Carl Jung (1875-1961) as saying:

“The Self (God) is a circle whose centre is everywhere, whose circumference is nowhere.” 376 more words