The Divine Pymander: And Other Writings of Hermes Trismegistus

Voorkant
Book Tree, 1999 - 196 pagina's
Within these pages lies a gold mine of wisdom. The author, Hermes Trismegistus, may not have been a single personage, but the information here is both illuminating and highly relevant. These teachings have been often referred to by the greatest philosophers of Greece and the Church Fathers of Christianity. Tertullian and Justin Martyr once stated that if anyone wanted to learn about God, they should listen to Hermes. He and/or the writers of this work likely lived in Alexandria, and were influenced by early Christian and Gnostic ideas.
 

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To Asclepius Catholic Discourse
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neously call the changes destructions and deaths
47
From StobŠus Physica 134 106
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To Asclepius To be rightly wise
96
Hermes to the Son VI Concerning the Economy of the Universe of
107
Hermes from those to Ammon
108
Of Herines
126
Of the Same
127
Of the Same
128
Of the Same
129
Of Hermes
131
Of Hermes from that to Tat
132
PART III
138
Tertullian
139

Of Hermes from those to Ammon
109
Of Hermes from the things to Tat
111
Of Hermes from the things to Ammon
116
Of Hermes from the things to Tat
117
Of Hermes from those to Ammon
122
Of Hermes from those to Ammon to Tat
123
Of Hermes
125
Cyprian
140
Clemens Alexandrinus
141
Arnobius
148
VIII Augustine of Hippo
149
Suidas
154
INDEX
156
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