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DIVINE PYMANDER OF HERMES TRISMEGISTUS
Trans. by Dr. John Everard
( hardcover $21.00 / 144 pgs)Ancient mss Reprint of the Translation from 1650 by John Everard. Includes cycles of Creation and Destruction, the 7 zones, nature of man's soul, rules for liberation and the 8th sphere. Index. Philosophy, Theosophy, Occult, Mystery Schools. Mercury. Egypt. Esoteric Hermetic study.
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Green HARDCOVER - Decorated Cover, 144 page reprint, - NOT a POD edition, rather, a smyth sewn block - THE DIVINE PYMANDER OF HERMES TRISMEGISTUS - 2020 reprint of the 1884 reprint of the 1650 Edition, Indexed with additional notes, Trans. by Dr. John Everard. Introduction Essay by Hargrave Jennings, original 1650 Introduction included. Hermetic Occult Philosophy, Theosophy, Mystery Schools, Secret Doctrine Reference Series. Published in Mecosta and Printed in Michigan................ this book was originally published in 1884 as precursor (or forerunner) to a later companion volume (Pymander is a stand alone book however). The companion Hermetic Text, published in 1885, THE VIRGIN OF THE WORLD is now available as well, reprinted in the same green smyth sewn case-bound decorated style, Wizards Bookshelf Edition, 2020. Click Here for VIRGIN.
John Everard - circa 1575 - circa 1650. Minister and Translator.
Hargrave Jennings - Author of THE ROSICRUCIANS.
Robert H. Fryar - Occult bookseller, publisher, editor, Bath, England, late 1800's