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The Corpus Hermeticum
The Corpus Hermeticum are the core documents of the Hermetic tradition. Dating from early in the Christian era, they were mistakenly dated to a much earlier period by Church officials (and everyone else) up until the 15th century. Because of this, they were allowed to survive and we seen as an early precursor to what was to be Christianity. We know today that they were, in fact, from the early Christian era, and came out of the turbulent religious seas of Hellenic Egypt. We will be adding more of the texts as time permits. These are all taken from Mead's translations, which are in the public domain at this point.

An Introduction to the Corpus Hermeticum
**I.** Poemandres, the Shepherd of Men
**II.** To Asclepius
**III.** The Sacred Sermon
**IV.** The Cup or Monad
**V.** Though Unmanifest God Is Most Manifest
**VI.** In God Alone Is Good And Elsewhere Nowhere
**VII.** The Greatest Ill Among Men is Ignorance of God
**VIII.** That No One of Existing Things doth Perish,\\ but Men in Error Speak of Their Changes as Destructions and as Deaths
**IX.** On Thought and Sense
**X.** The Key
**XI.** Mind Unto Hermes
**XII.** About the Common Mind
**XIII.** The Secret Sermon on the Mountain


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