The phrase As above, so below was first attested in Arabic, and has a medieval Latin translation:
Quod est superius est sicut quod inferius, et quod inferius est sicut quod est superius.
That which is above is like to that which is below, and that which is below is like to that which is above.
While a very literal translation, I find this lengthy and it loses the charm of the shortened English phrase. I could shorten to just the first half of the sentence, but I feel this could be made even shorter. Is there a way to say this in a more succinct way in Classical Latin?
Edit: There is an additional translation given by Hugo of Santalia in the Wikipedia entry listed above:
Superiora de inferioribus, inferiora de superioribus
I would still like to know if there's an even more succinct way to say this, or if it would be different in Classical Latin.