Friday, January 4, 2019

Emerald Tablets, Hermes, Egyptian Pyramids

Ancient Architects; Pat Macpherson, Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
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The Emerald Tablets and the Great Pyramid of Egypt
Greek "god" (deva) Hermes
Like the lost "Hall of Records," the "Emerald Tablets of Thoth" are one of the great enigmas of Ancient Egypt. Scholars consider them to be a legend concerning the gods (devas) revealing mysteries involving the ancient societies that survived the "Great Flood." They are said to be cryptic, containing the secrets of alchemy and the Philosopher’s Stone, and they are the foundation of the Hermetic (Hermes Trismegistus) tradition. The tablets were translated into Arabic between the 6th and 9th centuries then to Latin around 1200 ACE and then into the European languages. What many do not know is that they mention the Great Pyramid of Egypt, which they claim was build by the "God of Wisdom," Thoth, in Pre-Flood (antediluvian) times. How do the Emerald Tablets relate to the pyramids of Egypt?

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