Reptilian shape-shifting in the Emerald Tablets of Thoth, the Atlantean
Now, some people out there promoting conspiracy theory / New Age theology seem to believe that Thoth, the priest-king of Atlantis and ancient Egypt, was Lucifer. I have heard Thoth referred to as a fallen angel.
Let’s investigate Thoth before we assume.
In so doing, I will present you some of the interesting quotes I found in the Emerald Tablets of Thoth. Before doing so, I will remind you that I have written two recent articles (1, 2) that reference shape-shifting reptilians. Indeed, in both the Talmud of Jmmanuel as well as the King James Bible, the Pharisees of Israel during Immanuel’s time are referred to as a “brood of vipers.” Moreover, just a cursory read of the Book of Revelation will reveal references to Satan, that Great Dragon—the deceiver of mankind.
With that in mind, I will articulate my biases: I am biased by my belief that the entity referred to as Satan in Revelation is a composite entity—a group of beings of a reptilian form grouped under the categorical term, “the Dragon.” I am also biased in my belief that there are both good and evil extraterrestrials; and, in the last analysis, I believe that God is a powerful, extraterrestrial being, who is the leader of the Biblical Elohim and / or the Sumerian Annunaki.
This is what the Emerald Tablets of Thoth (hereafter referred to as ETT) has to say about this issue:
“Far in a past time, lost in the space time, the Children of Light (italicized in the original) looked down on the world. See the children of men in their bondage, bound by the force that came from beyond (gravity). Knew they that only by freedom from bondage could man ever rise from the Earth to the Sun. Down they descended and created bodies, taking the semblance of men as their own” (Emerald Tablet II: The Hall of Amenti).
Okay, now if had read that, they “saw that the daughters of men were comely,” like it says in Genesis 6, and if they decided to “bind themselves to a mutual oath” to impregnate them, like it says in the Book of Enoch, then I would be more apt to take the fallen angel position, but I just don’t see it in the text. Let’s continue so I can present my primary thesis to you.
“Thirty and two were there of the children, sons of Light who had come among men, seeking to free from the bondage of darkness those who were bound by the force from beyond” (Emerald Tablet, chapter II).
Again, returning to the Book of Enoch, Enoch claims that 200 watchers or fallen angels descended to Mount Hermon in modern Turkey and there they swore the oath of mutual propriety in the enterprise of impregnating the daughters of men. The Bible says that the women “begat a race of giants,” and the Book of Enoch adds that God ordered that the fallen angels be bound up in the abyss. Additionally, it states that the souls of the giants will become demons, tormenting man because they are not on the schedule for proper reincarnation, being an adulteration of the divine plan.
With that in mind, let’s see how Thoth presents the soul’s divine plan.
Now, in ETT, Thoth is beckoned by a being ostensibly called “The Dweller,” into a room within the Halls of Amenti where…
“They grew in the great space before me, flame after flame, from the veil of the night. Uncounted millions leaped before me, some flaming forth as flowers of fire. Others there were that shed a dim radiance, growing but faintly out of the light. Each surrounded by its dim veil of darkness, yet flaming with the light that could never be quenched. Coming and going like fireflies in springtime, (they) filled the space with Light and with Life.”
“Then spoke a voice might and solemn, saying, these are the lights that are souls among men, growing and fading, existing forever, changing yet living through death into life. Steadily upward throughout the ages, growing, expanding into yet greater flame, lighting the darkness with yet greater power, quenched yet unquenched by the veil of night. So grows the soul of man ever upward, quenched yet unquenched by the veil of night” (Emerald Tablets of Thoth, 2).
Okay, so here we have Thoth, priest-king of Atlantis and ancient Egypt, marveling over the souls of man. Of course, the main gist of ETT is how all human beings can eventually leave our bodies and our consciousness or soul can return to the stars. Thoth claims that entering the sarcophagus inside the king’s chamber within the Great Pyramid is one way to engage in astral projection. Continuing, Thoth then begins to give advice on how to get back to your body after you leave it. He also comments that there are beings in the ether, I suppose, who will try to hurt you when you leave your body. He kind of reminds of me of the teachings of Don Juan Matus to Carlos Castaneda because these soul chasers remind me of the ring wraiths of Lord of the Rings.
Thoth is very clear about his role to awaken humanity. He is told by the Dweller to “shine as a light to the children of men.” Thus, he does his best to try to convey the truth of what befell Atlantis and what will happen to humanity. He is also clear about the nature of humanity, saying,
“Man is a star bound to a body, until in the end, he is freed through his strife. Only struggling and toiling thy utmost (will) the star within thee bloom out in new life. He who knows all the commencement of all things, free is his star from the womb of the night.” (Emerald Tablet of Thoth, 3).
According to Thoth, it was the arrogance and lust for power of the ancient Atlanteans that led to their demise. Specifically, Thoth states that they summoned up beings from below in their lust for power and these beings, once in our realm, required human blood to remain.
“Speak I of Ancient Atlantis, speak of the days of the Kingdom of Shadows (italics in original), speak of the coming of the children of shadows. Out of the great deep they were called by the wisdom of Earth-men, called for the purpose of gaining greater power. Far in the past before Atlantis existed, men there were who delved in the darkness, using dark magic, calling up beings from the great deep below us. Forth came they into this cycle. Formless they were of another vibration, existing unseen by the children of Earth-men. Only through blood could they have formed being. Only through man could they live in the world” (Emerald Tablets of Thoth, 8).
Thoth continues that these beings were conquered and subdued by “Masters” and they were “driven below to the place whence they came.” Thoth suggests that not all of them were bound and some remained in Atlantis as “shadows.” Thoth adds,
“When the blood was offered, forth came they to dwell among men” (Emerald Tablets of Thoth, 8).
Okay, here we have reached the summit and our nexus point between the Bible, which states that the Dragon will arise from the abyss to be king for a week, and the Book of Enoch, which states that the fallen ones have been bound until the Tribulation. Moreover, we are about to reach the synthesis of modern conspiracy theory with ancient literature.
“In the form of man they moved amongst us, but only to sight were they as men. Serpent-headed when the glamour was lifted but appearing to man as men among men. Crept they into the Councils, taking forms that were like unto men. Only by magic could they be discovered. Only by sound could their faces be seen. Sought they from the kingdom of shadows to destroy man and rule in his place” (Emerald Tablets of Thoth, 8).
Doesn’t this sound like David Icke?
Lastly, Thoth says that these beings will return.
“Again, as time passes onward they will take the semblance of men” (Emerald Tablets of Thoth, 8).
My conclusion is that the ETT should be referenced alongside Enoch and the Bible as a means for gaining additional clarity as to who is the enemy of mankind, be they extradimensional or extraterrestrial—humanoids or reptilians.
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