Isis Unveiled: chapter I (an axiom of hermetic philosophy)

"Ergo sum qui sum" - An axiom of Hermetic Philosophy.   "The discoveries of modern science do not disagree with the oldest traditions which claim an incredible antiquity for our race. Within the last few years geology, which previously had only conceded that man could be traced as far back as the tertiary period, has … Continue reading Isis Unveiled: chapter I (an axiom of hermetic philosophy)

Isis Unveiled: chapter I (an axiom of hermetic philosophy)

"Ergo sum qui sum" - An axiom of Hermetic Philosophy.   "The Kalmucks and some tribes of Siberia also describe in their legends earlier creations than our present race. These beings, they say, were possessed of almost boundless knowledge, and in their audacity even threatened rebellion against the Great Chief Spirit.   To punish their … Continue reading Isis Unveiled: chapter I (an axiom of hermetic philosophy)

Isis Unveiled: chapter I (an axiom of hermetic philosophy)

"Ergo sum qui sum" - An axiom of Hermetic Philosophy.   "As the cycle proceeded, man's eyes were more and more opened, until he came to know "good and evil" as well as the Elohim themselves. Having reached its summit, the cycle began to go downward. When the arc attained a certain point which brought … Continue reading Isis Unveiled: chapter I (an axiom of hermetic philosophy)

Isis Unveiled: chapter I (an axiom of hermetic philosophy)

"Ergo sum qui sum" - An axiom of Hermetic Philosophy. "We commenced research where modern conjecture closes its faithless wings. And with us, those were the common elements of science which the sages of today disdain as wild chimeras, or despair of as unfathomable mysteries." - BULWER'S "ZANONI" There exists somewhere in this wide world … Continue reading Isis Unveiled: chapter I (an axiom of hermetic philosophy)