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Incidentally, in the Middle-Ages—known as the Royal Art.

Hermeticists believe in a prisca theologia, the doctrine that a single, true theology exists, that it exists in all religions, and that it was given by God to man in antiquity.[1]


…into two main classes: “popular” Hermetism, which deals with astrology and the other occult sciences; and “learned” Hermetism, which is concerned with theology and philosophy. Both seem to have arisen in the complex Greco-Egyptian culture of the Ptolemaic and Roman periods.[2]

Giordano Bruno explored Hermeticism, based on works of the legendary Alexandrian prophet of the 1st–3rd century Hermes Trismegistus.[3]


The Hermetic Tradition. Originally published: 1931 Author: Julius Evola[4]


Hermetic; Tradition;