The Kybalion was published in 1908 by one or more person(s) under the pseudonym The Three Initiates. Likely, one of them was Paul Foster Case.
This book is a spiritual gem that sketches the big picture of God and the world.
With a lucid, philosophical voice, the Kybalion elaborates the seven ancient hermetic principles:
- The Principle of Mentalism
- The Principle of Correspondence
- The Principle of Vibration
- The Principle of Polarity
- The Principle of Rhythm
- The Principle of Cause and Effect
- The Principle of Gender
Hermetic means hidden from common sense. These are sound enlightenment principles. Keep them in mind and you shall avoid religious pitfalls.
The Kybalion is written in the context of Hermeticism, but resonates with qabalistic and gnostic principles. For example, the seven principles shed light on the seven cosmic powers or cosmic days with which Elohim created the world.
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Who should read this book? Anyone who wants to understand the seven cosmic principles.
Why read this book? Ageless wisdom.