posted on Dec, 15 2008 @ 05:46 AM
I recently finished reading the 13 sections of the Emerald Tablets of Thoth which I stumbled upon one day at crystalinks.com.
It was said in the introduction that the last two sections were particularly far-reaching and controversial and therefore were not being released to
the general public. (Even though they were translated on the site)
The twelfth section attempted to describe how we have all come to be here, what will be here after us, what we will be after this, and what we are
truly all apart of. It was astounding to say the least. Also it was hard enough to grasp that it was quite believable.
But what interested me the most was the 13th section . . .
List ye, O man, whilst I give the secret so that ye, too, shalt taste not of change. One hour each day shalt thou lie with thine head pointed to the
place of the positive pole (north). One hour each day shalt thy head be pointed to the place of the negative pole (south). Whilst thy head is placed
to the northward, hold thou thy consciousness from the chest to the head.
And when thy head is placed southward, hold thou thy thought from chest to the feet. Hold thou in balance once in each seven, and thy balance will
retain the whole of its strength. Aye, if thou be old, thy body will freshen and thy strength will become as a youth's. This is the secret known to
the Masters by which they hold off the fingers of Death. Neglect not to follow the path I have shown, for when thou hast passed beyond years to a
hundred to neglect it will mean the coming of Death
From it explains how you can choose to die whenever you please, and painlessly. Even more curiously it tells of concentrating the fire of your eternal
soul up and letting it sit in the seat of your consciousness/third eye, and in that way you can bring with you all your experiences/memories from this
life into the next.
Has anyone else come across these tablets?
What do you think of their relevancy, and the story of their author THOTH?
related link= THOTH-introduction
I would like to talk to someone who has read all thirteen sections and can converse with me about them. They seem to contain within them eternal
truths that I simply can not deny when I read.