|Collectanea Hermetica Volume 2: Divine Pymander. This book was a part of curriculum studied by members of the original Order of the Golden Dawn. The Divine Pymander is not only one of the most important texts of the ancient wisdom attributed to Hermes Trismegistus, it is also the most important document within Hermetic communities.|
The volumes of Westcott's Collectanea Hermetica appeared over there three years from 1893 to 1896 when the Golden Dawn was at its peak. In every volume, the intellectual integrity of the authors is evident, as is an eagerness to bring academic respectability to subjects derided by their contemporaries. This is the first corrected edition since it was originally published in 1894. The edition was Edited Darcy Kuntz.
General Note to the Collectanea Hermetica Series by Robert A. Gilbert, Foreword by Chic and Sandra Tabatha Cicero and an Introduction by Hargrave Jennings. Also included are advertisements published in books and magazines from the 1890s.
Edited Darcy Kuntz. A Note by Robert A. Gilbert, Foreword by Chic and Tabatha Cicero, and an Introduction by Hargrave Jennings.