It's some guy trying to form a religious cult around himself and his writings. You'll notice that there's nothing particularly deep or interesting
in the writing -- no new philosophy, and nothing revealed that actually works.
The ideas are stolen from a number of sources (including old OTO material and Edgar Cayce.)
Originally posted by ZeroDeep
Their antiquity is stupendous, dating back some 36,000 years B.C. The writer is Thoth, an Atlantean Priest-King, who founded a colony in ancient Egypt
after the sinking of the mother country. He was the builder of the Great Pyramid of Giza, erroneously attributed to Cheops. (See The Great Pyramid by
One wonders where he got that date. You see, the "Emerald Tablets" haven't actually been seen by anyone by dear old Doral (who has a book about
the Pyramids and this book to sell.) There's no evidence that Doral (who has a book about the Pyramids and this book to sell) can actually do the
work to do the dating?
And by the way, how was a substance that supposedly can't be damaged in any way, tested for antiquity? All our methods involve taking a tiny sample
of the item.
And how is it that Doral (who has a book about the Pyramids and this book to sell) is the only one who has a good sample of the Atlantean writing and
without any other sources at all is able to translate it? Did Thoth come back and leave him a dictionary? Did Thoth translate it for him?
And if Thoth did, why doesn't Thoth have a book to sell? And why doesn't the book match ANY of the historical points by the archaeologists and
anthropologists and why doesn't it explain about the stone tools that seem to be some of the only artifacts left by the people of 35,000 BC? And why
doesn't it explain homo erectus, homo heidelbergensis, and homo neanderthalis who were all living at the same time?
And why doesn't it match our knowledge of Egypt -- the one ancient country that we have EXTREMELY good records for.
Egypt, as a civilization, didn't exist before 3400 BC:
The first recorded Pharoh we have is Tiu:
In it he incorporated his knowledge of the ancient wisdom and also securely secreted records and instruments of ancient Atlantis.
And Doral (who has a book about the Pyramids and this book to sell) surely must know where they are, right? So howcome none of this tech showed up,
and why aren't there other books on these tablets?
For some 16,000 years, he ruled the ancient race of Egypt, from approximately 50,000 B.C. to 36.000 B.C. At that time, the ancient barbarous
race among which he and his followers had settled had been raised to a high degree of civilization.
Which ones? Homo habilis? We haven't seen any evidence of this. Homo erectus? Homo Neanderthalis? Homo Sapiens didn't exist back then.
Thoth was an immortal, that is, he had conquered death, passing only when he willed and even then not through death. His vast wisdom made him ruler
over the various Atlantean colonies, including the ones in South and Central America."
Apparently his vast wisdom included: "Leave a nice dictionary for Doral to find because Doral has a book on the pyramid and a book on the emerald
tablets to sell."
And then he ran off and destroyed all traces of anyone settling the Americas before 10,000 BC.
Like wow, man. All that civilization and all that indestructo-technology... and it all goes KERPOOF! without any trace of it except the Emerald
Tablets which end up in the hands of Doral (who has these books to sell... did I mention that?) and somehow Doral can read them.
Is this for real?
Im not to sure if I buy this or not.
I guess I'll wait for someone more educated in this field to respond to this thread.
But it MUST be real! After all, Doral (who has a book about the Pyramids and this book to sell) says it's real and Doral surely wouldn't make up
anything like that, WOULD he?
Serious opinion... it's not only a hoax, as spiritually channeled material it's pure garbage. He's borrowed from Edgar Cayce and that ilk (and
rewritten things more badly) and his "great truths" are little more than rehashed Cayce and the other channelers. You can get more information out
of a book of the wit and wisdom of Dan Quayle than you can out of the Emerald Tablets.
[Edited on 26-9-2003 by Byrd]