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The Hermetic Tradition

Thoth, The Emerald Tablet, Pythagoras, The Third Force, Life After Death and More
Written by: Adrian Gilbert
Narrated by: Adrian Gilbert
Length: 1 hr and 41 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Join the world renowned expert, Adrian Gilbert (a best-selling author of numerous books on the subject), as he explores the world of the Hermetic Tradition and leads us through the complexities of the mystery traditions and their role in the history of the world of secret societies. Gilbert discusses the Egyptian god Thoth, the Emerald Tablet, Yin-Yang, the Third Force, Leonardo da Vinci, life after death and much more. Did our ancestors understand more than us? All the answers and much more will be explained. This is a unique program filled with wisdom and insight that you'll be able to enjoy again and again. A must for all of those on the path to enlightenment. Part Three of a series of Invisible College lectures.

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  • Ezequiel Rueda
  • 12-03-17

it's good but...

It was a great discussion, but was off topic. Tilte is a little misleading. it was a lot of commentary and enough to focus on text

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  • David Johnson
  • 22-07-19

nice short intro to teachings

really enjoyed the radio station interview. conversational learning was a nice change from typical audiobooks.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-11-18

Love hermetic philosophy but speaker 👎

The speaker was often hacking and clearing throat. Although I love hermetic philosophy, I could hardly make it through the book due to voice.

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  • T. Taylor
  • 04-04-17

Not what i was looking for

Was hoping for more information pertaining to the Emerald Tablets. This was a very general lecture/interview.

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  • Sara King
  • 14-07-16

Ehhhh

Didn't cover what the cover leads you to believe it does. Nothing about emerald tablets?

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  • Me'Chelle H.
  • 21-07-15

too much commentary... not enough facts.

there was too much commentary and not enough facts. it seemed more like a review than dissemination of information. I wish there was a better audio preview to help in the purchase decision. this was not worth the fee.

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  • Phil A
  • 10-10-17

Sharing Knowledge

Delivered in classic lecture style, Adrian offers many insights and interpretations of the Hermetic Arts. My advice is to take notes and search on Google for the diagrams and ancient manuscripts he refers to. An amazing insight into the ancient mind.

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  • John Drake
  • 05-10-15

Jumps around a bit

Obviously a recording from some kind of seminar which is fair enough but it then jumps into radio interviews which is a bit confusing. Not what I was expecting.

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  • Silenced by Amazon
  • 18-08-12

Snoozefest

I have no idea what this is supposed to be about and neither has the lecturer. He mumbles and rambles and after 5 minutes he says this is rubbish can I start again. It goes downhill from there.

This is the worst audiobook I have ever bought.

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