A Hyper-History of the Emerald Tablet The Emerald Tablet The Emerald Tablet is one of the most revered documents in the Western World, and its Egyptian author, Hermes Trismegistus, has become synonymous with ancient wisdom. His tablet contains an extremely succinct summary of what Aldous Huxley dubbed the "Perennial Philosophy," a timeless science of soul that keeps popping up despite centuries of effort to suppress it. The basic idea is that there exists a divine or archetypal level of mind that determines physical reality, and individuals can access that realm through direct knowledge of God. The teachings of Hermes -- the Hermetic tradition -- is one of the oldest spiritual traditions in the world, and while no direct evidence links the Emerald Tablet to Eastern religions, it shares uncanny similarities in concepts and terminology with Taoism, Hinduism, and Buddhism. Without doubt, the Emerald Tablet was the inspiration behind many other esoteric traditions, including over 1,700 years of alchemy.
Emerald Tablet An imaginative 17th century depiction of the Emerald Tablet from the work of Heinrich Khunrath, 1606. The Emerald Tablet, also known as the Smaragdine Table, or Tabula Smaragdina, is a compact and cryptic piece of Hermetica reputed to contain the secret of the prima materia and its transmutation. It was highly regarded by European alchemists as the foundation of their art and its Hermetic tradition. The original source of the Emerald Tablet is unknown. Although Hermes Trismegistus is the author named in the text, its first known appearance is in a book written in Arabic between the sixth and eighth centuries. Dropa Stone Discs The Dropa Stone Discs As humanity searches for its extraterrestrial roots, amount the enigmatic objects found along the way are the Drop Stones of Tibet. Who were the Dropa? The Dropa (also known as Dropas, Drok-pa or Dzopa) are, according to certain controversial writers, a race of dwarf-like extraterrestrials who landed near the Chinese-Tibetan border some twelve thousand years ago.
Thoth Thoth Thoth was the God of Knowledge, the Moon, Measurement, Wisdom, the Alphabet, Records, Thought, Intelligence, Meditation, the Mind, Logic, Reason, Reading, Hieroglyphics, Magic, Secrets, Scribes, and Writing. He also went by other names in the myths of ancient civilizations. He pretty much play a major God they all of them - same soul - different identities. Thoth or Djehuti was one of the deities of the Egyptian pantheon.
Pagan Regeneration: Chapter VI: Death and New Birth in Mithraism Sacred Texts Classics Index Previous Next Buy this Book at Amazon.com Pagan Regeneration , by Harold R. Willoughby, , at sacred-texts.com The Mexican Government Reveals Mayan Documents Proving Extraterrestrial Contact The reality of extraterrestrial contact with human civilization is becoming more clear by the month as streams of information about the extraterrestrial presence and past influence hits. While some of us still have our doubts about ET contact, many are starting to realize the truth that has been talked about for centuries. One big story involves the Mexican government who has released documents and images of objects found on the site of Calakmul, Mexico which help prove the reality of ET contact.
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About the Emerald Tablets Russian Edition by Vladimir Antonov Translated from Russian by Mikhail Nikolenko In the Emerald Tablets, Thoth-the-Atlantean explains the reason for the destruction of Atlantis: confidential knowledge was imparted to unworthy people and the latter began using it for evil purposes. The Kybalion Index Sacred Texts Esoteric Buy this Book at Amazon.com Contents Start Reading Text [Zipped] This concise work on 'The Hermetic Philosophy' outlines seven universal principles: Mentalism, Correspondence, Vibration, Polarity, Rhythm, Cause and Effect, and Gender. Rather than the actual Kybalion, this is purportedly an exegesis on that text. While this was probably one of the books which William Walker Atikinson wrote for the Yogi Publication Society under a pseudonym, it probably bears a closer read than most.
KHORDA AVESTA (English): MIHR YASHT ('Hymn to Mithra') 10. MIHR YASHT ("Hymn to Mithra") This digital edition copyright © 1995 by Joseph H. The 10,000 year-old Sumerian space maps, dictated by ET Homo Sapiens from Planet Nibiru Excerpt from “Anunnaki: legacy of the Gods, techno-savvy ET s from the Planet Nibiru who came for gold, created us from their genome to work the mines, posed as Gods, decided to let us drown, but then decided to breed us to work for them.” Sumerians’ rocket route maps and clay tablets show planets past eye-range. The Sumerians wrote that giant people, whom the Sumerians called “Anunnaki” or Those-Descended-from-the-Sky, said they came from the planet Nibiru 450,000 years ago. The Nibirans were 7-12 foot-tall Homo Sapiens goldminers who came mine Earth’s gold. Clay tablet in the ruins of the Royal Library at Nineva shows how to go through inner solar system. In Andy Lloyd’s scenario, their planet, Nibiru, revolves around Nemesis, Solaris’ binary dark dwarfstar; this, from the perspective of Earth, is as far from Earth as Nibiru goes.
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