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There is no portion of the occult teachings possessed by the world which have been so closely guarded as the fragments of the Hermetic  Teachings which have come down to us over the tens of centuries which have elapsed since the lifetime of its great founder, Hermes Trismegistus, the "scribe of the gods," who dwelt in old Egypt in the days when the present race of men was in its infancy. Contemporary with Abraham, and, if the legends be true, an instructor of that venerable sage, Hermes was, and is, the Great Central Sun of Occultism, whose rays have served to illumine the countless teachings which have been promulgated since his time. All the fundamental and basic teachings embedded in the esoteric teachings of every race may be traced back to Hermes. Even the most ancient teachings of India undoubtedly have their roots in the original Hermetic Teachings.

The Kybalion

A Study of

The Hermetic Philosophy of

Ancient Egypt and Greece

by

Three Initiates

"The lips of wisdom are closed,

except to the ears of Understanding"

 

From the land of the Ganges many advanced occultists wandered to
the land of Egypt, and sat at the feet of the Master. From him they
obtained the Master-Key which explained and reconciled their divergent
views, and thus the Secret Doctrine was firmly established. From other
lands also came the learned ones, all of whom regarded Hermes as the
Master of Masters, and his influence was so great that in spite of the
many wanderings from the path on the part of the centuries of teachers
in these different lands, there may still be found a certain basic
resemblance and correspondence which underlies the many and often
quite divergent theories entertained and taught by the occultists of these
different lands today. The student of Comparative Religions will be able
to perceive the influence of the Hermetic Teachings in every religion
worthy of the name, now known to man, whether it be a dead religion or
one in full vigor in our own times. There is always a certain
Correspondence in spite of the contradictory features, and the Hermetic.
Teachings act as the Great Reconciler.

Please do download and read this book. If there was a teaching that stood out among many others, then this takes and stands in place among the works of great philosophers and philosophy.

"When the ears of the student are ready to hear, then cometh lips to fill them with Wisdom."

The Kybalion.

"don't be silent when evil is spoken as truth"

   3rd tablet from the emerald tablets of Thoth
 
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