A good look at the magnificent Thoth, the giant ruler of ancient Khem.

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Thoth was the ruler of Khem 30,000 to 15000 BCE. Thoth was from a line of priest his father was also a sage priest. Thoth studied the ancient art as a youth, and is known as the God of Magic, Moon, Time, Wisdom, and Writing.

Thoth was worshipped in Lower Egypt in the Pre-Dynastic Period (c. 6000-3150 BCE) and continued through the Ptolemaic Period  (323-30 BCE), the last dynastic era of Egyptian history. Thoth’s veneration is currently the longest of the Egyptian gods. His name was often taken by the kings of Egypt (example, Tuthmoses – “Born of Thoth”), scribes, and priests. He is most commonly depicted as a man with the head of an ibis or a seated baboon with or without a lunar disc above his head. Thoth’s Egyptian name was Djehuty (also dhwty) meaning “He Who is Like the Ibis”. The ibis was a sacred bird in ancient Egypt as well as a popular pet and associated with wisdom. Other forms of his name are Jehuti, Tahuti, Tehuti, Zehuti, Techu, Tetu, and Lord of the Khemenu (also known as Hermopolis) which was his major cult center. Hermopolis was so named because Greek people associated Thoth with their god Hermes and to the Greeks Thoth became Hermes Trimegistus (Thoth the Thrice Great often given as “Three Times Great, Great”). He was also known as “Lord of Ma’at”, “Lord of Divine Words”, “Scribe of Ma’at in the Company of the Gods”, as well.

The Atlantean civilization is just one of the major “mythological” realms said to be lost somewhere here on earth. Other mythical realms such as Agartha, Olympia and others have legendary Giants. Which brings us to the fact that Thoth was a giant, king that ruled ancient Egypt for around 15000 years.

The magical powers of Thoth were so great, the Egyptians had tales of a magical book. In his book, “The book of Thoth”, there were phrases which lead a person to another realm, as if to guide the person reading. Thoth was a necromancer!

In Egyptian mythology, Thoth is the god of wisdom, time, writing, magic and the moon. The Book of Thoth is a legendary book containing powerful spells and knowledge written by Thoth, said to have been buried with the Prince Neferkaptah (meaning perfect ka of Ptah in Egyptian) in the City of the Dead. Take into consideration the words legendary and mythological. This implies the book was never written and did not exist in reality. Some believe the book does exist, while others create cheap impersonations.

The fictional Book of Thoth appears in an ancient Egyptian story from the Ptolemaic period. The book, written by Thoth, is said to contain two spells, one of which allows the reader to understand the speech of animals, and one of which allows the reader to perceive the gods themselves. ( Lichtheim 2006, pp. 125–128.)

The reader of the rolls would know the language of the animals, be able to cast great spells, and be able to enchant the sky and earth themselves. Anyone who read the book was punished by the gods (who would then cause the reader’s loved ones to die until the book was returned). It is said that Thoth succeeded in understanding the mysteries of the heavens and revealed them by inscribing them in sacred books which he then hid on earth for future generations of a specific bloodline. For more information on Thoth see the pdf download section.


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