Emerald Tablets Of Thoth: Atlantis Secrets Revealed

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Emerald Tablets Of Thoth:  Atlantis Secrets Revealed
Mark Stavich


The ancient Egyptian god Thoth has long been associated with wisdom and the transmission of ancient knowledge.  Thoth, an Atlantean Priest-King, is said to have founded a colony in ancient Egypt.  He was credited by the Egyptians as the inventor of writing and is thought to be the author of the famed Emerald Tablets, which he wrote in his native Atlantean language.   The Emerald Tablets are highly regarded by European alchemists as the foundation of their art and its Hermetic tradition.

Legend tells us that Thoth, a survivor of Atlantis, lived for about 16,000 years, where he ruled in ancient Egypt, from approximately 50,000 B.C. to 36.000 B.C.  It is also believed that he transmitted the knowledge and ancient wisdom of the Atlantian race, via the Emerald Tablets down through the ages, which have been preserved in many esoteric traditions today.

Who was Thoth?  What was his role?  Why did our ancestors, recent and ones from our distant past revere and preserve this seemingly arcane wisdom.

To help us sort this all out we will be talking with Mark Stavish about Thoth, Atlantis and the Emerald Tablets.

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About Mark Stavish

Mark Stavish, the Director of Studies for the Institute for Hermetic Studies, is a life-long student of esotericism with over 25 years experience in comparative religion, philosophy, psychology, and mysticism with emphasis on Traditional Western Esotericism.  His articles have appeared in academic, specialty, and mass market publications specializing in spiritual studies, making Mark one of the leading authorities in Hermeticism today.



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