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The Hermetica and the principles

I wanted to share. I absolutely relish the deep enjoyment and profound pleasure I experience while diving into the mystical realm of the “Hermitica” and immersing myself in the wisdom of the Seven Cosmic Laws of Hermes. Tell me what you think below. Get the whole English translation: the full Hermitica Cosmic LAWS – GOD’s Order: The seven Cosmic Laws …

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Reading the Divine Pymander of Hermes Trismegistus: Key Points

The Divine Pymander of Hermes Trismegistus refers to the “divine order” or the “universal laws” as the governing principles that shape the functioning of the cosmos and the spiritual realm. These laws represent the underlying structure and harmony of the universe. While the specific terminology and interpretation may vary across different spiritual and philosophical traditions, here are some commonly recognized …

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A Study of Mithraism by M.L.K.

I’m a fan of Martin Luther King as I’m sure most of you are not only did he inspire our bothers and sisters of color but many a human being to do more & be more. His speeches and his work was/is fundamental to our evolution as a country. He spoke of truth, light and love. I am thankful to …

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September 11, 2001

Our phone rang on the morning of September 11. My daughter-in-law was calling to see if we were watching TV. When I answered, “No,” she said we should turn it on. She did not say why but I could tell by her voice that something terrible was happening. We turned on our TV and saw one of the twin tower …

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Christian Deists: Christians Without Churches

People often ask, “Why don’t Christian deists have churches?” The word “church” usually refers to religious organizations that have professional ministers, and buildings for public worship. Christian deists do not have these. Why don’t Christian deists have churches? Primarily, the answer is, “Christian deism is a personal religion. Churches are not necessary in the practice of Christian deism.” But there …

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Dr. Thomas Young, Early American Deist

Dr. Thomas Young (1731-1777), a prominent physician and patriot during the American Revolution, was an early Deist in America. Thomas Young was the son of John Young who emigrated from Ireland to America with a group of relatives led by Colonel Charles Clinton, a cousin of John Young’s mother, Jane. John Young and his relatives left Ireland in May 1729 …

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The Importance of Beliefs

(NOTE TO READER: This essay is based on two religious documents written over 300 years ago when spelling and sentence structure were sometimes very different from today. So this essay will not be easy reading, but I will provide some help along the way. Good luck. BJ) How you live is determined by your beliefs. A belief is an idea …

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Matthew Tindal, Christian Deist

In 1730, a Christian deist named Matthew Tindal wrote a book entitled Christianity as Old as the Creation: or, the Gospel, a Republication of the Religion of Nature . As implied in this title, Tindal takes the position that the essential truths in Christianity have always been known by all human beings since the creation of the world. According to Tindal, any …

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History of Christian Deism

In the 17th century CE (Christian Era or Common Era), in England, some individuals began to openly oppose church doctrines that appeared unfair or unreasonable. These individuals, who were called “deists,” were opposed to such doctrines as “original sin” which claims that human nature is inherently corrupt or evil because of the “original sin” of “Adam,” the so-called “first” human …

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