Trismegistus in His next incarnation) is a Divine
Teacher known from the time of ancient Egypt.
The history of His life is
described in the Emerald Tablets of Thoth-the-Atlantean, which were discovered by
M.Doreal in the pyramids of South America.
In the Tablets Thoth tells about
Atlantis — an archipelago consisting of two large
islands which existed in the Atlantic Ocean a long
time ago, also about the highly developed
civilization of the Atlanteans.
The most important point
about this civilization is that it possessed a
true religious-philosophical knowledge, which
allowed many people to advance quickly in their
development to the Divine level and accomplish
thus their personal human evolution.
In the Emerald Tablets,
Thoth-the-Atlantean explains also the reason for the
of Atlantis: confidential knowledge was imparted to
unworthy people and the latter began using it for
evil purposes. They adopted bloody sacrifices —
and this resulted in numerous incarnations of
hellish beings among people. This led to quick
degradation of incarnated people in Atlantis.
When the destruction of Atlantis
happened (two islands submerged into the ocean one
after another according to the Divine Will),
Thoth-the-Atlantean moved to Egypt (Khem) with a
group of other Divine Atlanteans.
Thanks to this, the higher
spiritual knowledge of Atlantis was brought to Egypt
and to other countries.
In the Egyptian mythology, Thoth
is worshipped as a God of wisdom and writing, as a
patron of sciences, scribes, holy scriptures, as a
creator of the calendar. According to Plato, He
revealed to the Egyptians counting, geometry,
astronomy, and writing.
Apart from The Emerald Tablets
of Thoth-The-Atlantean, there is another text by
Thoth — the famous Emerald Tablet of Hermes
Hermes Trismegistus is the name
of Thoth in His next incarnation in Egypt.
Thoth-the-Atlantean — The Emerald Tablets
Hermes Trismegistus — The Emerald Tablet