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Hermetics – The origin of all Mysticism

Do you know where the true roots of Tantrism lie? And of all other mystical traditions and hidden wisdom .. ??

In ancient Egypt … !!

All nations have drawn from its secret teachings: India, Persia, China, Japan, Assyria, Ancient Greece, Rome, and other ancient lands.

The great lodge of the mystics, was in ancient Egypt. Their temples were entered by the novices, who later, as adepts and masters, wandered to all parts of the world carrying with them the precious knowledge they were willing to give to those who were as willing to receive it.

Hermes Trismegistos was the master of all masters, the father of all mystical wisdom, the founder of astrology, the discoverer of alchemy and mystical psychology.

He was a contemporary and – according to legend – Abraham’s teacher.
All the fundamental truths contained in the esoteric teachings of all traditions can be traced back to Hermes, even the oldest teachings of India …

From the land of the Ganges and many other countries, many advanced mystics went to the land of Isis and sat at the feet of the Great Master. From him they received the master key, which clarified and reconciled their various points of view.
After his death, the Egyptians made him a god and called him Toth.

Later, the ancient Greeks also raised him to one of their gods and called him Hermes, the god of wisdom.

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