Science Supports As Above, So Below and proves Hermetic Philosophy
In 1908, The Three Initiates wrote a book called “The Kybalion.” This book, which is considered by many in the metaphysical belief system to be “the Bible”, sets forth the principles or laws that run our universe. The principles were attributed to Hermes Trismegistus, who was also known as the Greek god Hermes, as Mercury, as Thoth and even Sun Ra. He was known to be the teacher of Abraham and his teachings, which are believed to be transported from Atlantis, are found at the foundation of most religions including Christianity.
One of these seven laws is called “The Principle of Correspondence” which says, quite succinctly “As Above, So Below.” This principle, which pervades all things, is perfectly exemplified in the video above where world famous scientist Neil DeGrasse Tyson answers the question of “what is the most astounding fact about the universe?” It is a fascinating example of Hermetic law.
If you would like to know more about these principles, I actually offer an entire course on it at IMU called, “Principles of Metaphysics.” These principles are so important that this is the one course that we actually require for all students who attend IMU. This is the sort of information that changes the way you view the world and will give you “the master key” for living your life. I have had more than a few students tell me that their life changed as a result of this course and still others have said it was the best class they have ever taken.
If you are interested in learning more or even in signing up, you can read more about the class here.