The Lost Civilization of Man

Get acquainted with Hermes Trismegistus, the most mysterious and wise character in history

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The secrets of Freemasonry are a mystery that everyone seeks to discover. Or hermetic science and hermetic wisdom has amazed everyone for centuries. But have you ever thought about the Achaemenians?

Today, there are few people who have not heard the name of Hermes Tersemgistus. He is referred to as the most cultured, knowledgeable and wise person in the ancient Egyptian world. Who is said to have written the Hermetica, a very diverse collection of ancient sciences. Sciences that form the basis of various philosophical systems called Hermetic. Hermetica is divided into two parts. Technical and philosophical. Technical includes a wide variety of scrolls related to astrology, medicine and alchemy. And its philosophical part mainly focuses on the relationship between humans, the universe and the creator. This part combines philosophical anthropology, cosmology and theology. Many of them are also moral exhortations calling for a way of life that leads to spiritual rebirth and ultimately divinity in the form of an ascension to the main world.

The influential Persian astrologer Abu Maasher al-Balkhi frequently refers to Hermetic cosmology in his writings and describes Hermes as superior to an astrologer. During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance as well, Hermetica enjoyed great prestige and was popular among alchemists. Most of the Byzantine scientists considered Hermetica as the source of their knowledge.
In general, the wisdom attributed to Hermes Trismegistus in ancient times combined knowledge of both the material and spiritual worlds, making his works relevant to those interested in the interrelationship between the material and the spiritual.

The role of Hermes Trismegistus can be found in both Muslim and Baha'i writings. In those traditions, Hermes Trismegistus was associated with Prophet Idris. And Idris is known as the third messenger.
Quotations of Hermes are also found in the works of Muslim alchemists such as Jabir Ibn Hayyan and Ibn Amil. In fact, these two have quoted and interpreted about 960 Hermetic quotations throughout their works.
Bahá'u'lláh, the founder of the Bahá'í Faith, in his tablet called: Tablet of Wisdom, identifies Idris with Hermes.


Hermeticism is said to contain the doctrine which claims to be the true theology at the root of all religions given to man in ancient times. Hermeticists believe in a supreme God and that "all are one."
The main hermetic tradition is trying to discover the effect of one thing on another. This tradition seeks to understand phenomena and learn how to manipulate them.
But who was Hermes and where did he get his unique knowledge from?


At first, 2 important points should be considered, and that is that Hermes is a legendary character, and in fact, Hermes originated through the combination of ancient gods.
And another point is that he is considered to be related to the ancient Egyptian god Thoth. In fact, many believe that Thoth and Hermes are the same person.

Thoth, Egyptian god Thoth

In fact, Thoth is an ancient Egyptian god. He is often shown holding the ankh, the Egyptian symbol for life. In art, he was often depicted as a man with the head of an ibis. Because the Egyptians referred to him as the god of the moon, and the Egyptians saw the curved beak of the ibis as a symbol of the crescent moon. He is generally referred to as God. But the point is that the life time of Prophet Idris, Thoth and Hermes do not match at all. In fact, they have a difference of several thousand years. And of course this is while it is said that Idris is Enoch.

Related article: Enoch: the superior race; created man


Now pay attention to this: although Hermetic dates back to the time of Hermes Trismegistus, its teachings come from a book called the Book of Leaves. And in fact, these 7 principles that form the foundation of Hermetic are part of the Book of Leaves, which are actually the 7 levels of reaching the secrets of Mithras. But why is this important? Because it helps you understand who Hermes really was.  I have mentioned many times in previous articles that three mysterious people have always been seen at the most crucial times in history. For example, when Jesus was born. or when the city of Sodom was destroyed. So pay attention to this: As I said earlier, his name is Hermes Trismegistus, which actually has Greek roots. Trismegistus is actually a nickname for Hermes. And this is made up of two sentences, Tris and Megistus. Tris means three, and Megistus means great, wise. And this means Hermes three great men, three wise. But by chance you come across an interesting topic. These are the nicknames of three men who were present at the bedside of Jesus when he was born. three wise men, three great ones of ritual of Mihr or Zoroastrianism, who are known as Magi. Yes, you heard right. But you know what's interesting? It is enough to twist the word "e" to change Megistus to Magistus. And this means Hermes three Magi.  Yes, Hermes is not one person but 3 persons. All three are one, but each is not the other. Whoever has wisdom should calculate this. These three possess the ancient religion and protect this ancient wisdom.  Now pay attention to this. The root of the name Hormuz which is a persian male name, comes from Ahura Mazda. In ancient Persia, this name was the title of wise people. As the literal meaning of the word Ahura is "lord" and Mazda means "wisdom, Wise". It means God of wisdom and knowledge. And the point is that the title of a wise person in ancient Greece was Hermes.

But the Middle Ages was the so-called era of extraordinary symbolism. Those who called themselves Hermetists invented composite monsters borrowed from Egyptian gods. Kabbalists drew aside the veils with seals, spells, and strange signatures of demons. Alchemists filled a huge volume with strange formulas that spoke of the mystical properties of toads and dragon's blood. However, who can deny that the ancient ritual has survived and is still available to those who have eyes to see the tortured truth?
Yea, from the darkness of a decadent civilization, across the desert of barren ages, and finally through the Red Sea of the Inquisition, the mystics of ancient wisdom have triumphantly preserved the secrets to this day. You are undoubtedly familiar with Comte Saint-Germain. If not, read the article: decoding the end of this era. Count Saint Germain is one of the most important people in history, because throughout history, he has been seen in the most sensitive moments in different parts of the world, from Nader Shah's, king of persia invasion of India to the French Revolution, America's Independence Day, and even the organization of a coup in Russia. Now, such a person wears the clothes of the priests of the religion of Mehr, you know it as mithraism, and begins the path of wisdom in his book called the most holy trinosophia. And his guide in this book is none other than the great teacher Zoroaster, and in his book he officially declares that he spoke to the great priest in the sacred language ( old Persian). And he reached the rank of grandmaster after passing the tough tests. Yes, he attained the most holy trinosophia which means: the most holy triple wisdom. He was now one of them. One who received the ancient wisdom.

Pay attention to this. Archaeologists as well as historians such as Walter Scott, Flinders Petrie, etc. date the Hermetic texts between 300 and 500 BC. And this period is exactly when Darius the Great was Pharaoh of Egypt. And in fact, he was the one who took the elders of the religion with him to Egypt. 

What you see above is the symbol of the seal of the philosopher, one of the most famous symbols of Hermes in the book of Hermetica.

This symbol consists of:

  • a large circle that represents the cycle of life, the infinite and eternal nature of the universe.
  • Also a triangle representing vibration, frequency and energy, representing soul, body, spirit. The three alchemical elements of sulfur, salt and mercury.
  • Then the square whose four corners touch the triangle and represents the 4 elements of water, air, earth and fire.
  • And finally, the smaller circle that represents the fifth element, ether.

Ether is an element that is believed to permeate everything in the universe and bind everything together. But what you should know is that these symbols all have older origins and actually come from ancient Persia. For example, the big circle in Farvahar. Or Triquetra. Triquetra is a symbol that was used in ancient Persia to refer to the trinity. Referring to the three modes of vibration, frequency of energy. To soul, body and spirit. This symbol was used to decorate ceramics in Persia from about the 4th century BC, and after that it appeared for the first time outside of Persia on the early coins of Lycia. Also a symbol of the four elements or ether. I have shown these in the video at the bottom of the page.
In general, in the symbol that exists in the book of Hermetica, all the symbols are combined inside the big circle, which together points to the unity and harmony between these elements.

Pay attention to this golden falcon, the symbol of the Achaemenid dynasty. This falcon has 2 golden balls in its talons and 1 more golden ball above the head. This refers to the same 3 numbers that Nikola Tesla said about. Numbers 3, 6 and 9. It refers to the same vibration, frequency and energy. There are 13 lines from the bottom of the body to the neck of the falcon, which in ancient Persia was considered a symbol of power and understanding, a symbol of reaching perfection. Now let's put a mark between the top 6 lines and the bottom 6 lines. Now, if you count the feathers of falcon, there are 12 of them. Now, if we divide this by 2, it will be 6. So let's draw a line from the middle point to the top of the first and sixth feathers. And finally, we draw two lines from both sides of the falcon's tail. What you see in the picture below are the numbers that describe the material world and the numbers that connect the material world to higher dimensions. In fact, what you discover today in the form of modern science is nothing but remembering that ancient sciences.

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Pay attention to this, here on this falcon, the number 13 is the steps to achieve wisdom and awareness, and you can see that this number is very important for the freemasons. For example, on United States one-dollar bill, you can see that an eagle is used instead of a falcon.

  • There are 13 leaves in olive branches.
  • There are 13 black and white lines in the shield.
  • There are 13 arrows in the eagle's claws. 
  •  On the ribbon is written: "E Pluribus Unum" means "one among all" and this sentence has 13 letters.
  • There are 13 stars in the upper crown.
  • On the right side, a string of 13 pearls is drawn towards the edge of the banknote.
  • There are 13 granite stones in this pyramid. 
  •  There are 13 letters in the Latin sentence above the pyramid. 
  • And finally, there are 12 letters in the sentence of: In God We Trust. How many letters do we have less than 13? Yes one, 1 letter.

And the main key is this one. didn't you understand? If you visit the official website of the publisher Freemasons it clearly states that it may surprise you that the ancient ritual of Mithras is still alive and well.

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