Denotata, Empathy, And The Hermetic Tradition

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David Myatt: Denotata, Empathy, And The Hermetic Tradition

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° The Numinous And Denotata
° Empathy, The Hermetic Tradition, And Our Human Physis
° The Uncertitude Of Knowing

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The beginning of Tractate XI
from the book Mercvrii Trismegisti Pœmandres, published in Paris in 1554.

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The Star Game And The Hebdomad

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The Star Game And The Hebdomad

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Although now mostly associated with the Order of Nine Angles, The Star Game (TSG) in its original septenary form is just a modern strategic and tactical game for two players: a more complicated type of chess which has been played as such for decades by a discerning few. This essay concentrates on the original 1975 Star Game, its hermetic origins and its significance as a challenging, modern, and alchemical game which can aid the hermetic quest (ἄνοδος) for Lapis Philosophicus.

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The Historical Hebdomad

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Richard Moult - Banais (Lady of the Wedding)

The Historical Hebdomad

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Richard Moult: Banais

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Myatt’s Pymander And The Hebdomad

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Myatt’s Pymander And The Hebdomad

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Page from the 1577 (ev) book Iamblichvs De mysteriis Ægyptiorvm, Chaldæorum, Assyriorum: Proclvs in Platonicum Alcibiadem de anima, atque dæmone, Idem De sacrificio & magia: Porphyrivs De diuinis atq, dæmonib: Psellvs De dæmonibus: Mercvrii Trismegisti Pimander, Eiusdem Asclepius. The book contains the Latin text of the Corpus Hermeticum by Marsilius Ficinus.

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