Hermes (or Thoth) was a great philosopher known to many as the “Master of the Masters”. He was believed to have lived in Atlantis and Egypt for over two thousand years.
The Egyptians were so amazed by the profundity of this man and his teachings they deified him under the name Thoth, and thus he became one of their Gods. In later times, the civilization of Greece made him one of their Gods too, calling him, Hermes, the God of Wisdom, or “the Messenger of the Gods”.
The Hermetic teachings have universal appeal, as they are found throughout spiritual...
Manly P. Hall was an adept student (and teacher) of the great mysteries of the mind, heart, and spirit. Over the span of his 70+ year career, he published over 150 volumes of work, gave thousands of lectures (including two at Carnegie Hall), but may be best known for his work, The Secret Teaching of All Ages (1928).
"The Secret Teachings of All Ages is perhaps the most comprehensive and complete esoteric encyclopedia ever written. The sheer scope and ambition...
While tarot cards are the blueprint of the soul into form, oracle cards are a Rorschach test for the intuitive mind.
Jennifer Sodini, author of Amenti Oracle: Feather Heart Deck and Guidebook, explains the differences and dynamics between these two potent mediums of self-inquiry.
In the video below, Jennifer Sodini gives a brief explanation on how to do an oracle card reading using one card for clarity and insight into the present moment.