Factbites
 Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Hermetic


Related Topics

  
  Rafal T. Prinke - Hermetic Heraldry
Studies devoted to hermetic symbolism seldom touch upon its connections with heraldry though it seems that they should be obvious even to someone with quite limited knowledge of both systems of symbolism.
HERMETIC HERALDRY which includes (a) the influence of early hermetic ideas on the developement of the heraldic system of coat-of-arms symbolism and (b) the conscious use of hermetic symbols and emblems in later heraldic designs in order to show the owner's interests or make the arms "speak".
In modern continuation of the hermetic tradition the most outstanding example of utilizing the symbolic language of heraldry for expressing the ideas of the hermetic philosophy was the French work Heraldique alchimique nouvelle by Jorge Camacho and Alain Gruger (Paris, 1978).
www.levity.com /alchemy/hermhera.html   (3361 words)

  
 The hermetic work of Paul Tisdell Central to all Spiritual practice is a single flame. This flame has a cosmology, it ...
This spiritual language is the language of the Hermetic art, the art of life and its changes, the art of spiritual development.
The archetypes of Hermetic Kabbalah suggest that the nature of the true kabbalah is to shatter all manner of dogma (towers) revealing the truth.
The hermetic art gallery with its commentary gives unique insights into the Hermetic tradition of Alchemy, Kabbalah, and Magick but its greatest gift may well be in the insights given into some of the obstacles faced as we walk the spiritual path in this new age.
www.spirituallife.com.au   (1385 words)

  
 Stages of Ascension in Hermetic Rebirth
Hermetism was a Hellenistic system of occultism that flourished in Egypt in the first centuries C.E. It persisted as a living tradition in the city of Haran in Syria as late as the tenth century, when its leading exponent, Thabit ibn Qurra (836-901), established a pagan Hermetic school in Baghdad (Affifi 1951:844; Merkur 1998:20-21).
Hermetic initiates were to confirm the validity of locating their senses of self in their minds, and not in their bodies, by experiencing visions to the same effect.
This substitution brought Hermetism to a position on visions that differed from the reductive skepticism of Neoplatonism, which treated visions as ideas that were misrepresented by the senses in the form of images.
www.esoteric.msu.edu /Merkur.html   (4309 words)

  
 Hermeticism
Hermetism (the original Hermetic source from which the broader tradition of Hermeticism derives) was one of the many products of the meeting of the ancient Hellenic and Egyptian cultures in the centuries surrounding the beginning of the Common Era.
So when the Hermetic texts showed influence from Jewish or Christian myth, this was understood not as the syncretism of a late age, but as the prophetic prefiguring of an earlier one.
Hermetic Qabalah is one model for this: while each of the Sephiroth is an expression of the diversity of the Divine, all emanate from and are united in Kether, which Unity Itself is ultimately an Emanation from the Unmanifest En Soph.
www.meta-religion.com /Esoterism/Hermeticism/hermeticism.htm   (3620 words)

  
 (Manufacturing) Issues in Hermetic Sealing of Medical Products (MDDI archive, Jan 00)
The achievement of hermeticity is the process by which the internal environment of the critical components is made secure from invasion and contamination from the external environment, and is a function of both the bulk permeability of the chosen materials and the seal quality.
Hermetic seals can be characterized by a variety of test methods, from standard pressure-decay or bubble-emission tests to sophisticated mass spectrometer or radioactive analyses.
Therefore, the process of ensuring hermeticity can be described as the selection of materials and manufacturing techniques that yield an enclosure that has sufficient material thickness to impede the diffusion of gas into the internal package cavity and that can be sealed without pinholes, cracks, or other discontinuities that provide a direct leak path.
www.devicelink.com /mddi/archive/00/01/015.html   (3186 words)

  
 A Hermetic History Lesson
The tradition transmitted by the great Hermetic masters affirms that at a crucial moment in the history of humanity, a powerful "diabolic Archangel", if we are allowed to so call him, succeeded in penetrating the occult defenses and entered into the atmosphere of the planet, provoking a great disturbance.
Hermetic teaching maintains he was the son of a Jewish woman and a Roman father, his progenitor being a Roman soldier and merely an instrument of higher occult forces.
Hermetic science teaches that our solar system is composed of twelve planets plus the sun, an analogy for the twelve apostles and Christ, and that unknown planets will be discovered in time.
deoxy.org /moses.htm   (3366 words)

  
 Advances in Organic Hermetic Storage and Vacuum-Hermetic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Hermetic systems make safe, long-term storage feasible without the use of pesticides and are now in use in some 20 countries.
Organic hermetic storage relies on the respiration of the infesting insects themselves to reduce the oxygen level to this unsurvivable level.
Hermetic storage, by preserving constant relative humidity, prevents the growth of fungi and therefore aflatoxins.
www.ars.usda.gov /is/np/mba/apr04/organic.htm?pf=1   (985 words)

  
 Hermetic Stego: Software to Hide a File in BMP Image Files
Hermetic Stego is a program for hiding a data file in a single BMP image or in a set of BMP images and for extracting a data file hidden in this way.
The file may be of any kind, not just a text file, and thus may be a file such as an Excel spreadsheet or an image file.
Trial version: A copy of the Hermetic Stego installation program can be downloaded from this website for the purpose of installing a trial version for evaluation.
www.hermetic.ch /hst/hst.htm   (306 words)

  
 Hermetic package with internal ground pads - Patent 7081660
An optoelectronic hermetic package comprises a frame defining a hermetic boundary and an electrical feedthrough assembly on the frame.
Additionally, according to the invention, ground wire bond pad areas are also provided within the hermetic boundary, the ground wire bond pad areas being electrically connected to each other and/or the frame or other ground plane.
Some advantages of the invention are that the number of wire bond areas within the hermetic boundary is effectively increased by providing multiple contacts to the typically electrically grounded frame.
www.freepatentsonline.com /7081660.html   (1647 words)

  
 Hermetic Storage
In sharp contrast to the use of chemicals, hermetic storage is an environmentally friendly technology, involving no hazard to the storage operators, consumers or non-target organisms, and as such, its application is beginning to enjoy a high level of consumer acceptance.
Hermetic storage should provide an answer to the need for a less costly method of storage for food security of the rural populations.
The basic advantage of hermetic storage in developing countries is its simplicity, obviating the need for dangerous insecticidal admixture procedures or fumigations both of which require high levels of expertise not usually possessed by the small-scale farmer.
www.agri.gov.il /Envir/hermetic/hermetic.html   (3996 words)

  
 Hermes and Hermeticism
The members of the Hermetic communities were people who, brought up in the immemorial Egyptian religious tradition, offered their own version of the religion of gnosis, which others propounded in a manner more appropriate to the psyches of other national backgrounds, notably Hebrew, Syrian, or Mesopotamian.
By the eighteenth century, the Hermetic teachings were totally eclipsed, and the new scholarship, which prided itself on its opposition to everything it called "superstition," took a dim view of this ancient fountainhead of mystical and occult lore.
Hermetic elements are demonstrably present in the school of Jacob Boehme and in the Rosicrucian and Masonic movements, for example.
gnosis.org /hermes.htm   (4206 words)

  
 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for hermetic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
His five volumes of verse published between 1930 and 1938, including Acque e terra (1930), established him as leader of Italy's hermetic poets, whose verbal complexity, derived from...
SatCon's FMI Subsidiary Announces Hermetic Amplifier Product Line.
Hymite's Silicon-Based Hermetic Packages Enable Smaller SIP, Faster Integration.
www.encyclopedia.com /searchpool.asp?target=hermetic   (628 words)

  
 Heeding Bible Prophecy: New Teachings
Hermetic science, which will take over the field of science, manipulates the forces of nature in order to bring man into the realm of the spiritual world and under the control of Satan.
The Hermetic and occult philosophy of the Jesuits received a tremendous formulation in the work of Athanasius Kircher, whose vast work on Hermetic pseudo-Egyptology was published in 1652 and who constantly cites with profound reverence the supposed ancient Egyptian priest, Hermes Trismegestus...
Old Testament Period: Plato revived Hermetic occultism in Greece in 4000 B.C. Church Age: Hermetic philosophy was carried on by secret societies and mystery schools and was integrated with Christianity as Neo-Platonism in Alexandria, Egypt.
watch.pair.com /new-teachings.html   (10675 words)

  
 Hermetica   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A chronicler of pagan lore, Clement of Alexandria, stated thirty-six of the Hermetic books contained the entire Egyptian philosophy; four books on astrology; ten books called the Hieratic on law, ten books on sacred rites and observances, two on music, and the rest on writing, cosmography, geography, mathematics and measures and training of priests.
Most of the Hermetic books along with others were lost during the burning of the royal libraries in Alexandria.
Within these fragments are many of the Hermetic concepts, including the was divine wisdom and the secrets of the universe were revealed to Hermes and the way in which Hermes established his ministry to spread this wisdom throughout the world.
www.themystica.com /mystica/articles/h/hermetica.html   (385 words)

  
 Kabbalah and the Hermetic Tradition
Raymond Lull, Arnold of Villanova, and the famed French mystic, alchemist, and Rosicrucian Nicolas Flamel, bookseller turned patron of cathedrals, all received their initiations into the Hermetic sciences, of which Kabbalah is a part, in Spain and brought it to the rest of Europe.
The goals of Hermetic philosophy were to synthesize all of humanity's previous learning, particularly the wisdom or sophia of the ancients, and present it in a single universal philosophy (pansophia).
Unfortunately, not all of the 'hermetic' 'kabbalistic or 'occult' movements that were born at the turn of the century gave fruit to humanitarian offspring.
www.hermetic.com /stavish/essays/kabbalah-hermetic.html   (4108 words)

  
 Hermetic Library | Sacred-Magick.Com
The Hermetic Arcanum (24 pages) The secret work of the hermetic philosophy Wherein the secrets of nature and art concerning the matter of the philosophers' stone and the manner of working are explained in an authentic and orderly manner.
The New Hermetics extends that philosophy—the universe is a great mind or consciousness, and we are a part of that consciousness; therefore by learning to control the mind, we learn to control our part of the universe.
The Hermetic philosophy was regarded as an ancient theology, parallel to the revealed wisdom of the Bible, supporting Biblical revelation and culminating in the Platonic philosophical tradition.
www.sacred-magick.com /pdf/Hermetic.html   (3641 words)

  
 GRAINPRO, INC. - Hermetic Storage
Hermetic storage was used to store dry food crops thousands of years ago.
Etymologists believe the word hermetic is attributable to Hermes Trismegistus, the Gnostic teacher and writer who was said to have invented a "magic seal" to keep vessels airtight.
It involves a flexible hermetic enclosure such as the GrainPro Cocoon™ which has a low enough permeability to air so that after a few days (typically a week to ten days at room temperature,) primarily due to insect respiration, the oxygen level is reduced to a level which cannot sustain insect life, typically 1-2% O
www.grainpro.com /hermetic.html   (655 words)

  
 hermetic - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Hermetic Books, a collection of metaphysical treatises and dialogues dating from the middle of the 1st century ad to the 4th century ad, purporting...
Despite both religious persecution and the rise of modern science, occultism continued as an intellectual presence in Europe in the 18th and 19th...
Poetry : movements and eras: Italian hermetic poets
encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/search.aspx?q=hermetic   (148 words)

  
 About Hermetic Switch Inc
Hermetic Switch began manufacturing reed switches in 1968.
Hermetic Switch not only strives for excellence in manufacturing, but has been rewarded for it.
Hermetic Switch designs, builds and maintains all of its special custom manufacturing equipment.
www.hermeticswitch.com /about.htm   (327 words)

  
 Hydrocarbons Technology - HERMETIC - Hermetically Sealed Centrifugal Pumps
With HERMETIC pumps, it is possible to use the benefits of the best available pump technology for the safety and protection of plant, personnel and the environment by following strict regulations as API 685 standard or other specifications.
The HERMETIC pumps allow excellent MTBF-values thanks to the absence of any mechanical seal and roller bearing, as it avoids associated leakage and failing problems.
HERMETIC pumps are designed for difficult pumping applications in the chemical and petrochemical industries, process technology and refrigeration industries.
www.hydrocarbons-technology.com /contractors/pumps/hermetic   (606 words)

  
 Hermetic Tarot
The Hermetic Tarot is a blend of images derived from the traditional European hermetic tradition.
The Goddess in Hermetic traditions is often associated with the soul of nature.
The Hermetic Tarot is a great tool to connect with our spiritual heritage by exploring the rich symbolic meaning of the images.
www.soul-guidance.com /tarotdecks/hermetic.htm   (277 words)

  
 Hermetic - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
The name Hermetikk was taken after the God HermesSardinius - the fishy soul - the fish headed god - metaphor for the ocean - transition of consciousness through the cannisters of time.
The Hermetic religion was created in Stavanger, the birthplace of the ancient canning industry, and was founded by the as above and so below mentioned God Hermes Sardinius.
This was done by a group of satanic priests by the use of an inverted autoclave device.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Hermetic   (249 words)

  
 Hegel and the Hermetic Tradition by Glenn Magee
His claim is, however, fully consistent with the ambitions of the Hermetic tradition, a current of thought that derives its name from the so-called Hermetica (or Corpus Hermeticum), a collection of Greek and Latin treatises and dialogues written in the first or second centuries A.D. and probably containing ideas that are far older.
It is surely one of the great ironies of history that the Hermetic ideal of man as magus, achieving total knowledge and wielding Godlike powers to bring the world to perfection, was the prototype of the modern scientist.
This Hermetic doctrine of the “circular” relationship between God and creation and the necessity of man for the completion of God is utterly original.
www.marxists.org /reference/subject/philosophy/works/en/magee.htm   (6069 words)

  
 Hermetic Philosophy and the Mystery of Being
hermetic, hermetism, mystical traditions,eastern western mystics, spiritual essays, esoterism, psychic centers, esoteric exercises, chakras.
Essays and exercises on Eastern and Western Hermetic, Esoteric and Mystical Philosophies to awaken Cosmic Consciousness and unfold Primordial Wisdom.
The metaphysical essays on this website are based on personal experiences and intensive research of ancient Egyptian and Greek religions and mystery schools, as well as modern mystical and esoteric traditions such as the Rosicrucian and Templar Traditions.
www.plotinus.com   (477 words)

  
 Amkor Technology: Services: Hermetic Packaging Services
This includes engineers, planners and operators who work only on hermetic products and have the expertise to handle the unique requirements of hermetic assembly.
Amkor has the equipment and tooling in place to assemble a wide range of hermetic packages and is continually expanding this list based on the latest customer requirements.
Amkor's world-class hermetic assembly operation in the Philippines follows both commercial and military assembly flows.
www.amkor.com /services/hermetics/index.cfm   (141 words)

  
 Lodge Room UK - Online Stores
Though cast in the form of a novel, Frabato the Magician is in fact the spiritual autobiography of Franz Bardon, one of the twentieth century's greatest Hermetic adepts.
Seven Hermetic Letters is a course of instruction for the higher development of the spirit and mysterious powers of the soul.
A work of philosophical alchemy or Hermetic philosophy which concerns itself with the meaning of spirit, body and soul, it draws upon the ancient doctrines of the Eleusinian Mysteries, as well as other aspects of the esoteric Western tradition, to reveal the inner truth of the alchemical art.
www.lodgeroomuk.com /hermeticbooks.html   (1048 words)

  
 Hermetic Principles
An understanding of this great Hermetic Principle of Mentalism enables the individual to readily grasp the laws of the Mental Universe, and to apply the same to his well-being and advancement.
One of the old Hermetic Masters wrote, long ages ago: "He who grasps the truth of the Mental Nature of the Universe is well advanced on The Path to Mastery." And these words are as true to-day as at the time they were first written.
The Master of Hermetics polarizes himself at the point at which he desires to rest, and then neutralizes the Rhythmic swing of the pendulum which would tend to carry him to the other pole.
members.tripod.com /~Diogenes_MacLugh/hermetics.html   (2080 words)

  
 HF: What Is Hermeticism?
Today, as we draw near the dawn of a new millennium, many groups — such as the Hermetic Fellowship — are the inheritors of the still vibrant Hermetic Current.
For the Hermetic Fellowship, these paths include — but are not limited to — the Ancient Mystery Religions, Qabalah, Alchemy, Rosicrucianism, Gnosticism and other types of esoteric Christianity, Theurgy, Wicca and Neo-Paganism, and the Grail Quest.
Hermetics are Seekers — Seekers of Divine Truth, Seekers of Wisdom, Seekers of Understanding, Seekers of Gnosis.
www.hermeticfellowship.org /HFHermeticism.html   (3654 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

Factbites
  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.