The term “Hermeticism” stems from Greek mythology and refers to the messenger of the gods “Hermes”. Hermes is a symbol of the mediator between mind and matter. Kabbalah and Hermeticism depict an inner doctrine, a mystery path that is independent of exoteric religions and cults.
Archetypes and symbols play a significant role in Hermeticism and Kabbala. These symbols are able to allude a specific concept of reality by means of speech, writing or images. Likewise, these symbols represent a powerful methodology to convey the secrets of creation. Symbols of Hermeticism and Kabbala resemble a treasure map, which can lead the treasure hunter to immense richness.
The illustrations, abundant in symbols, of Hermetic and Kabbala art address the primal concepts of life and allude the inner blueprint of creation. The intention of this art, referring to the symbols of Hermeticism and Kabbala, is to open the viewer an unrecognized and “higher” perspective of reality and life by contemplation.