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He was the father of the occult, the founder of astrology, the discoverer of alchemy. He was Hermes Trismegistus, and as the scribe of the gods of ancient Egypt, he possessed all divine knowledge... which he passed on to humanity, though only those who have been tutored in its wonders can fully understand it.
In this extraordinary 1912 book, three secret initiates to his teachings--who remain anonymous to this day--share their insight with all who seek to understand the mysterious underpinnings of the universe and our relationship with it.
An appreciation of Hermeticism, as the basis of all paranormal philosophies still studied today, is an absolute must for anyone fascinated by magic, the supernatural, and the wisdom of the ancients. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.See all Editorial Reviews
Kybalion book is a must. The info inside is of course nothing new for those enlightened humans, but it certainly, makes you appreciate hidden knowledge, in plain site.Great book.Published 3 days ago by Lancellote
If you are into Esoteric philosophy this book is a must read.Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
The same author as the Kybalion: A Study Of The Hermetic Philosophy Of Ancient Egypt And Greece His teachings are to merge your mind with Gods mine. Read morePublished 7 days ago by IRA CALKINS
Money lost, too shallow. The writer put this together for a quick buck.Published 18 days ago by Eddie here
a review for me, great for taking along on your walks (the audible version)Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Pretty painful 60 pages to read. Very repetitive and garrulous ramblings and you don't learn anything. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Hojjatie