Graham Hancock reads the famous prophecy of Hermes from the Asclepian dialogue (also known as "The Perfect Sermon"), translated from the Latin (itself a translation of a lost Greek original), which forms part of the body of ancient texts known as the Corpus Hermeticum. The prophesy in question is from chapters 24-26; an english translation of the text by the eminent gnostic scholar G. R. S. Mead, including commentary, can be found here: http://gnosis.org/library/grs-mead/TGH-v2/th237.html .
Final lecture of the series on the "Doctrines of Hermes Trismegistus", by Manly P. Hall. The "Divine Pymander" (or Poemandres, the "Shepherd of Men"), otherwise known as the Vision of Hermes, is the most important of the body of treatises of surviving, ancient Hermetic scripture that is known to us as the Corpus Hermeticum. A translation by the preeminent scholar of the Gnosis and Mysteries, G. R. S. Mead, can be found here: http://gnosis.org/library/grs-mead/TGH-v2/th202.html