Saturday, November 17, 2012

Thoth, Hermes & the Word

lease repost with this link at the top: Reposted from The Awakening Website
The spiritual life of the Atlantean society was guided by the highest initiates who were conveyors of God’s holy truths. In those days, there lived a high priest who was very close to God.

Before the Great Flood caused the magnetic poles of the Earth to reverse, this priest was led away from Atlantis, to the land of Khemit. Khemit was located in the area that is now known as Egypt. And it is because of the reversal of the magnetic poles that Lower Egypt is geographically located above Upper Egypt.
By faith Enoch was taken from this life, so that he did not experience death; he could not be found, because God had taken him away. Hebrews 11:5
It was this priest who then helped to set in place a Divine plan to slowly guide mankind back to the levels of Unity consciousness from which it had descended. It was his skill in mathematics that made proper use of the Divine laws upon which the foundation of the Universe rests. It was he who recorded God’s Word in a great Hall of Records.
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. John 1:1
The Atlantean priest kept a great library of scrolls. So the people of Egypt came to know him as the inventor of the art of writing – a scribe they called Thoth. Because their religion was largely animistic, they considered certain animals, plants and geographic features to be the homes of Spirits. And, in their hieroglyphs, they depicted the priest with the head of a bird called the Ibis.
But, because of his great knowledge and wisdom, they worshipped him as a deity. So, as part of the Divine plan, it was decided at the soul level that we, the people, would need to evolve spiritually without his guidance or the guidance of the priesthood. As a result, he changed his physical form into that of a Greek so he would not be recognized as Thoth. He called himself Hermes Mercurius Trismegistus.
Thrice Great
In Greek mythology, Hermes is one of twelve gods known as the Olympians. He is the messenger of the gods – the only god who is authorized to visit Heaven, Earth and the Underworld. Hermes represents the planet Mercury, a planet that is associated with information and communication. His teachings include those of seven Divine laws of nature, laws that deal with the philosophical, spiritual and material realms of life.
Disguised as Hermes, this priest began to teach the arts and sciences to the Greek philosopher,Pythagoras. All of the fundamental wisdom that is embedded in the teachings of every race of Man can be traced back to the teachings of this high priest. It was he who established the three universal principles of Alchemy, Astrology and Theurgy.
When Pythagoras founded a religious movement called Pythagoreanism, the Greeks became greatly influenced by the Atlantean culture. With the establishment of his Pythagorean Italic School, the Greek culture flourished, becoming much larger than modern day Greece.
Soon I will return to fight against the prince of Persia, and when I go, the prince of Greece will come. Daniel 10:20
The wisdom of the Greeks soon spread into the Jewish culture that had established itself in Israel. But, in 536 BC, the Jews were conquered by the King of Persia, who lived in what is now southern Iran. So it was decided that the priest would incarnateas a Messiah, in an effort to make a more powerful impetus for change in the world.
Around 500 BC, several of the masters of the priesthood incarnated in Israel and formed a community called the order of the Essenes. From within this community, a mortal man named Jeshua ben Joseph was born.
It was this Jewish child who grew into the man we know as Jesus.
Christ also did not take upon himself the glory of becoming a High Priest. But God said to him, You are my Son; today I have become your Father. Hebrews 5:5