The Editorial Cerix was created in 2014 with the aim of offering a space to present works of universal thought, especially from the Greco-Egyptian tradition. One of its main goals is to support the publishing of translation works, scientific essays and divulgation writings, with subjects like Philosophy, Aesthetics, Musical Thought, Egyptology, Anthropology, Religious studies and History.

Cerix (κῆρυξ) was the name to designate, in Antiquity, the figure of the messenger. His archetype goes back to the Egyptian god Thoth - Djehuti, model for scribes, artists and scientists. In Greece, it appeared under the name of Hermes, and adopted a marked feature of mediator, a bridge between heaven and earth, between the divine and the human. In the archaic period, around the birth of the famous Mysteries of Eleusis, the lineage of the cerixes emerged, it became a family of Hierophants who acted as holy heralds during the sacred celebrations.

Inspired by this mythical model, the Editorial Cerix aims to contribute to the important mission of spreading the legacy of our culture ―that still keeps in its bosom inestimable treasures―, trying to honor that sacred function of the transmission, the 'tradere', which has allowed men to pass on the baton of human knowledge...
                                                                 the fire of the torch.