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The term "hermetic" may refer to:
- Hermeticism, a magical and religious movement stemming from the teachings of Hermes Trismegistus
- Hermeticism (poetry), a literary movement in poetry started in Italy
- Hermeticism (history of science), also refers to reconstructing the mode of thought held by 17th century scientists
- Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor, an initiatic occult organisation that first became public in late 1884
- Hermetic Qabalah, a syncretism of Kabbalah within Hermeticism
- Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, a 19th-century occult society
- The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, Inc., a modern occult society
- Hermetic seal, an airtight seal
- Hermetic detector, a particle detector with large-angle coverage, designed to observe as many particles from an interaction as possible.
- Hermetica, also known as the Corpus Hermeticum or Hermetic Corpus, a corpus of Egyptian or Greek literature
- Hermética, an Argentine heavy metal band
- Hermetic Transform (Discrete), analogous to the Discrete Fourier Transform
- Hermeneutics, the study of the methods (the "art" or the "science") of interpreting texts
- Hermeneutics (disambiguation)
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