Hermes Trismegistus and the Egyptian connection

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“As above,
so below.”

~ The Emerald Tablet,
a text attributed to one ‘Hermes Trismegistus’ supposedly written c. first three centuries AD

In alchemy the most common name you will hear is ‘Hermes Trismegistus’, sometimes called the ‘thrice-greatest’. His name is attached to various texts which were later compiled into the Corpus Hermeticum. Catholic priest and humanist philosopher Marsilio Ficino1433-1499, born and died Italy, was responsible for translating many of these texts into Latin. Over a hundred different editions were published between 1500 and 1641. The ORIGINAL authorship is unknown. Some sources point to Neo-Pythagorean philosopher Apollonius of Tyana who lived in the 1st century AD, but they exist regardless. Fragments of texts were also found at Nag Hammadi with the Dead Sea Scrolls.

1566 - Zadith Ben Hamuel - Hermes Trismegistus, Clasical God, De Chemica Senioris.png

Depiction above supposedly taken from one of many books
by Zadith Ben Hamuel aka Muhammed ibn Umail al-Tamimi ca…

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