Caduceus: The Hermetic Quarterly

Caduceus: The Hermetic Quarterly was a journal of the Hermetic tradition, edited by Al Billings and John Michael Greer.

“The focus of Caduceus is the Hermetic tradition in its broadest sense, including esoteric philosophy, Qabalah, ceremonial magic, alchemy, and the systems of thought and practice associated with Hermetic orders such as the Golden Dawn and the Martinist Order. A consistent goal of the journal is the creation of a bridge between the academic world and the world of the practicing Hermeticist, in which scholars and practitioners of the Hermetic arts and traditions can find common ground. For this reason we publish articles from a range of perspectives — scholarly, theoretical, and practical. In all cases, footnotes and a bibliography are encouraged.” About

Issues

See List of Caduceus issues

Caduceus ran for a total of 11 issues, released quarterly from Spring 1995 through Fall 1997. Each issue included a “From the Editors” note, several articles and a section of book reviews.

The entire run of Caduceus is being archived at The Hermetic Library at The Caduceus Archive.

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