Aesthetic Hermetics.

The Creation of the World and the Expulsion from Paradise (Giovanni di Paolo 1445)

The Creation of the World and the Expulsion from Paradise (Giovanni di Paolo 1445)

The arcane knowledge available to us today is limited by the tools available at the time it was codified and taught.

Information design is only as good as the tools available to us, and only recently has so much occult knowledge been available to those ready to learn. Tools like correspondence tables, tarot decks and zodiacal charts reflect the needs of the present, and sometimes lacks deeper connection with learnings of the past.

Aesthetics matter. Visual appeal and clear communication allow important knowledge previously hidden to be revealed. Yesterdays mystic schools did the best with what they could, and todays seeker needs more.

Aesthetics isn't just about creating something that looks good. It's a crucial tool in deepening our understanding of spiritual concepts. The way a painting is created, how a sculpture is balanced, or the rhythm of a musical piece - all these aesthetic elements communicate complex ideas in ways that words sometimes can't. They resonate with us on a level that transcends the physical, guiding us towards a richer understanding of spirituality.

As individuals looking to grow spiritually, we're like explorers, working our way through a dense collection of concepts. We learn from the wisdom of the past, but we also need to use the tools and aesthetic sensibilities of our time. The aesthetic acts like beacons, helping us make sense of complex concepts. They provide the clarity and context we need to understand age-old teachings and incorporate them into our modern perspective, helping us on our journey towards spiritual development.

We navigate confidently between all schools of thought in order to decide what works for us, while relying on the past for guidance. We learn from everybody to better understand the world around us, as long as the information is reliable and coherent within our world view.

Aesthetic Hermetics aims to help seekers everywhere navigate historic, dense sets of arcane concepts through modern designs. We are slowly creating collections of designs to help your on your journey of self-development.


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Spiritual development takes countless form, and there are as many ways of connecting with divinity as there are individual seekers.

Older Light (Dan Hillier)

Older Light (Dan Hillier)

Each one of us grows up under unique circumstances and develop an affinity with the supernatural - or not - depending on factors beyond our control. Most of us adopted the faith of our family without giving it second thought. Others might have joined a mystic school or picked up astrology or tarot later in life to support an interest in something beyond the visible world.

Spritual development is often about stepping outside your comfort zone, yet knowing which systems to trust and which authors to consider, is a daunting task for all seekers.

One approach to ensure you are stepping on conceptual solid ground is to seek out where existing systems overlap. Each method is unique to the culture, people and history from which it sprung – but they frequently share truths and characteristics that are common between systems.

Seekers navigate the space between spaces. They set their own pace, pursue their own research, and create a path that needs only be true for themselves to navigate the world of worlds.

Aesthetic Hermetics is about translating such learnings, from all available systems and cultural backgrounds, in order to create tools that help you develop your spiritual understanding.

Divinity is available to us all. Spiritual truth is arguably not universal, and each one of us is free to learn from the historical accounts available to us, and are also free to ignore it.

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