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What is Hermetica?


The Hermetica is a collection of writing attributed to Thoth- a mythical ancient Egyptian sage whose wisdom is said to have transformed him into a god.  Although largely unknown today, the writings attributed to Hermes/Thoth have been immensely important in … Continue reading

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Political Reforms Are Not Accomplished By The People But Through The People.


Akhenaton, Pharaoh of Egypt, born 1388 B.C., was the first man in recorded history to exemplify social consciousness in the administration of a great nation. He saw every living thing as having a divine right to live well, to hope … Continue reading

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An Organ Patterned After The World’s Soul


The mystery of the heart is something we really think little about unless something goes wrong with it and then, probably more than any other type of ailment, a kind of fear sets in upon us.  Only under those conditions … Continue reading

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Every Man Is The Builder Of A Temple Called His Body


In Scripture we are told that God made man in his own image. This is stated not only in the Christian Bible but also in the holy writing of nearly all enlightened people. The Jewish patriarchs taught that the human … Continue reading

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The Skinny On Coconuts


The Pharaoh’s Nut, also called the coconut, is known as the “Tree of Life” because it is one of the most useful trees in the world.  In addition to its food value, there are innumerable uses for the tree and its … Continue reading

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Darkness Cannot Drive Out Darkness


All the great leaders of ancient times realized and taught that the establishment of a state of permanent peace among the nations depended upon the release of human ideals. One of the most ancient of man’s constructive ideals is the … Continue reading

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No, Egyptians Aren’t White… But They Aren’t Black Either


When the cast of Exodus: Gods and Kings—Ridley Scott’s Biblical epic—was announced a lot of people made the complaint that it was overwhelmingly white, a move they decried as both inaccurate and racist. They were right. Unfortunately, in response a lot … Continue reading

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