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The Emerald Tablets of Thoth the Atlantean
The Emerald Tablets of Thoth is a very important spiritual work. It is probably the oldest mystical work. The current work can be traced back to European alchemists in the 13th century, but the tablet dates back much further. Some say it was originally written in Atlantean characters, others Phoenician script. Hermes (Thoth) is alleged to have lived about 1900 BC, but other sources attribute him with immortality dating him back to the time of Atlantis and crediting him with the construction of the pyramids. His contribution to Egyptian society, including the introduction of writing, was merely another step in raising the consciousness of society following the fall of the Atlantean empire. Alexander the Great may be the discoverer of the Tablet (which may actually be green glass, rather than green stone granite), and it is one of the few remaining works of Egyptian (many burnt in the library at Alexandria). The work was known to Appollonius of Tyana (1st century Greek philosopher).
And here’s the text:
The Emerald Table of Hermes Trismegistus
I. True it is, without falsehood, certain and most true.
II. That which is below is like that which is above, and that which is above is like that which is below, to accomplish the miracles of One Thing.
III. And as all things have proceeded from One, by the meditation of One, so all things are born from this One Thing, by adaptation.
IV. The Sun is the Father thereof. The Moon is its Mother.
V. The Wind carried it in its belly. The Earth is its Nurse.
VI. The Father of all the Telesme (works of wonder, hidden treasure) of the whole world is here. Its strength and power is complete if it be converted into earth.
VII. Separate the earth from the fire, the subtle from the gross, gently and with unremitting care.
VIII. It ascends from the earth to the heaven, and again descends to the earth,
IX. and thereby gathers to itself the strength of things above, and of things below.
X. By this means, all the glory of the world shall be yours, and all obscurity shall flee from you. It is the strong strength of all strength. For it shall overcome every subtle thing, and penetrate every solid thing.
XI. Thus was the world created. Hence shall wonderful adaptations be achieved, of which the means is here.
XII. Therefore I am called Hermes Trismegistus. For I hold three parts of the philosophy of the whole world.
XIII. That which I had to say concerning the operation of the Sun is completed.
Here endeth the Emerald Table of Hermes.
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