posted on Sep, 7 2008 @ 03:51 PM
reply to post by Cerkit Breaker
Even though it has been on ats before...I still think that it should be discussed.
1. Is it real?
According to Wikipedia:
(This wikipedia version has only 14 lines of text. Im wondering if the version: "The
Emerald Tablets of Thoth The Atlantean" is real. Link to book.
The oldest documentable source for the text is the Kitab Sirr al-Asrar, a compendium of advice for rulers in Arabic which purports to be a letter from
Aristotle to Alexander the Great. This work was translated into Latin as Secretum Secretorum (The Secret of Secrets) by Johannes "Hispalensis" or
Hispaniensis (John of Seville) ca. 1140 and by Philip of Tripoli c. 1243.
In the 14th century, the alchemist Ortolanus wrote a substantial exegesis on "The Secret of Hermes," which was influential on the subsequent
development of alchemy. Many manuscripts of this copy of the Emerald Tablet and the commentary of Ortolanus survive, dating at least as far back as
the 15th century.
The Tablet has also been found appended to manuscripts of the Kitab Ustuqus al-Uss al-Thani (Second Book of the Elements of Foundation) attributed to
Jabir ibn Hayyan, and the Kitab Sirr al-Khaliqa wa San`at al-Tabi`a ("Book of the Secret of Creation and the Art of Nature"), dated between 650 and
(If you read the book. The dweller is a humanoid creature with big eyes that live underground. In semarian text they are known as the watchers.)
-Peace and enlightenment in a free country. It should be.
[edit on 7-9-2008 by Thoth777]