The Emerald Tablets of Thoth the Atlantean
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Published: Jan 31 2023
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The history of the tablets translated in the following pages is strange and beyond modern scientists' comprehension. Their age is astounding, dating back 36,000 years B.C. Thoth is an Atlantean Priest-King who established a colony in ancient Egypt after the mother country was sunk. He was the builder of the Great Pyramid of Giza, which has been incorrectly attributed to Cheops. He included his knowledge of ancient wisdom as well as securely hidden records and instruments from ancient Atlantis.
From approximately 50,000 B.C. to 36.000 B.C., he ruled the ancient race of Egypt for approximately 16,000 years. The ancient barbarous race among which he and his followers had settled had advanced to a high level of civilization at the time. Thoth was immortal, that is, he had defeated death, passing only when he wished and not through death. His vast knowledge elevated him to the throne of the various Atlantean colonies, including those in South and Central America.
When the time came for him to leave Egypt, he built the Great Pyramid over the entrance to the Great Halls of Amenti, placed his records inside, and appointed guards from among the highest of his people to guard his secrets. The descendants of these guards later became the pyramid priests, through whom Thoth was deified as the God of Wisdom, The Recorder, by those living in the age of darkness that followed his death. The halls of Amenti were transformed into the underworld, the Halls of the Gods, where the soul passed after death for judgment.
The ego of Thoth passed into the bodies of men in later ages, as described in the tablets. As a result, he incarnated three times, the last time as Hermes, the thrice-born. In this incarnation, he left the Emerald Tablets, a later and far less complete exposition of the ancient mysteries.
The ten tablets translated in this work were left in the custody of the pyramid priests in the Great Pyramid. To make things easier, the ten are divided into thirteen sections. The last two are so significant and far-reaching that their release to the general public is currently prohibited. However, there are secrets contained herein that will be invaluable to the serious student. They should be read a hundred times because only by doing so will the true meaning be revealed. A casual reading will provide glimpses of beauty, but more intensive study will open doors to the seeker's wisdom. The wisdom contained herein is the foundation of the ancient mysteries, and the reader who reads with open eyes and mind will have his wisdom multiplied a hundredfold.
Read. Whether you believe it or not, reading will awaken a response in your soul.