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Hermetic Definitions

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Hermetic Definitions

Hermetic Definitions was a text written in Armenian about Hermetic Alchemy. It consists of a long list of defined terms on God, the World, heaven, mind and soul, earth, and the elements.[1] It is considered of the founding Hermetic texts (The Corpus Hermeticum),[2] and was originally titled Definitions of Hermes Trismegistos for Asclepius.[3] Versions can be found online in Greek, Latin and English.[4]


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  2. ^ Corpus Hermeticum
  3. ^ Gangleri - articles » Blog Archive » What are the Hermetic texts?
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