It is the nature of human being to be concerned and curious about the power of divinity. He wants to know the answers of many questions arising in his mind, like who created him? Who is the one that controls the rising and setting of sun? Who let the tree to grow and flower to blossom? Whose spirituality is felt all around in this world? Where he came from? And what would happen to him when he die? In the effort of answering these questions, many religions and traditions came up. Every religion and tradition has its own believes about these questions. Some of those religions grow with time and some fade out. Many of the religions believe in some prophets, messengers and spokesmen sent by the Divine to give the message of god to people. Hermes Trismegistus is one such name. Hermetics believe that he was a spiritual spokesman sent by divinity to guide his people. Hermes Trismegistus is known in ancient Egypt and Greek history for his hermetic text in the form of dialogues. His texts are considered holy in the hermetic school of thought. Many philosophies and traditions are extracted, evolved and followed from these writings. Hermeticism has been discussed in this essay in accordance with ‘Hermetica: The Greek Corpus Hermeticum and the Latin Asclepius in a New English Translation’ by Brian P. Copenhaver (1995).