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The Emerald Tablets of Thoth the Atlantean

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The “Emerald Tablet” is a short, cryptic, almost poetic summary of early alchemical belief, and comes from the Book of the Secrets of Creation (Kitāb sirr al-ḫalīqa) attributed to Apollonius of Tyana (aka Balīnūs), which was written no later than the 11th century CE, and while there are theories that it is an Arabic translation of an earlier (no longer extant) Greek work, we don’t yet know for certain whether it was a translation of an earlier work or whether it was an original composition in Arabic. Because of the tablet's reference to the Egypt and sacred geometry they became a priority reference for those studying the Flower of Life and the Merkaba meditation.

It was Thoth who built the Great Pyramid of Giza as a repository for this Atlantean knowledge, and a place for initiating great souls into the Mysteries. By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions.Because I just embarked into my spiritual journey, I'm not sure what's a pearl of knowledge or what's pure fantasy. KlappentextrnrnThe history of the Emerald Tablets is strange and beyond the belief of modern scientists. The Emerald Tablet - Latin version, edition princeps - Excerpt from De Alchimia, Nuremberg 1541 - The Latin and Greek introduction says: "The Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus on alchemy, by an unknown translator. In many ways, the “Emerald Tablets of Thoth the Atlantean” are a New Age parallel to the Book of Mormon, supposedly a translation from a now-lost language from a now-lost original text.

Spiritually, the Emerald Tablet and the Emerald Tablets of Thoth are closely related to alchemy, and are said to reveal the secrets of creating the Philosophers Stone. Either it went completely over my head or I'm not ready to receive the Keys or I simply don't have enough context to hang these on. In these tablets, we learn about Thoth's background as an Atlantean priest, the fall of Atlantis, and the civilizing of the primitive Egyptians by the surviving Atlanteans led by Thoth and his Hermetic teachings. For example, in 1733, according to the alchemist Ehrd de Naxagoras ( Supplementum Aurei Velleris), a "precious emerald plate" engraved with inscriptions and the symbol was made upon Hermes' death and found in the valley of Ebron by a woman named Zora.

Roger Bacon, Opera hactenus inedita, fasc V: Secretum Secretorum cum glossis et notulis, edited by Robert Stelle, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1920.

During later times, the soul/ spirit of Thoth passed into the bodies of men in the manner described in The Emerald Tablets. In this tablet, Thoth describes of the days of the Kingdom of Shadows and the coming of the children of the shadows.The core of the work is primarily an alchemical treatise that introduces for the first time the idea that all metals are formed from sulfur and mercury, a fundamental theory of alchemy in the Middle Ages. Doreal, founder of a spiritual society was entrusted by ascended spirits to collect and translate the tablets and release them to the public. Another version is found in an eclectic book from the 10th century, the Secretum Secretorum (Secret of Secrets, Sirr al-asrâr), which presents itself as a pseudo-letter from Aristotle to Alexander the Great during the conquest of Persia.

There's references to modern ideas and forms as well as core beliefs of this white brotherhood, that give this away quite easily. The Emerald Tablets of Thoth did not surface until 1925, but the Emerald Tablet of Hermes has a rich history weaving through much of antiquity. Starting from 1420, extensive excerpts are included in an illuminated text, the Aurora consurgens, which is one of the earliest cycles of alchemical symbols. However, he can't go there anymore because the door was on Atlantis and they had to sink the island because it was also a gateway to something really bad.During the many centuries of his life, Thoth raised the people of Egypt from barbarians to a great civilization. This version of the Emerald Tablet is also found in the Kitab Ustuqus al-Uss al-Thani (Elementary Book of the Foundation) attributed to the 8th-century alchemist Jâbir ibn Hayyân, known in Europe as by the latinised name Geber.

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