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"Definitively, the Tuatha Dé Danann entered within the fourth dimension when the great Atlantean catastrophe occurred." – Samael Aun Weor
"Ancient Irish traditions (wisely consigned in the delectable chants of their bards or Nordic rhapsodies) spoke justly about an extraordinary Cainit or Inca people (in other words, “Priest Kings”) called the Tuatha Dé Danann who were very skillful in all types of magical arts learned in Thebes.
"Obviously, the Tuatha Dé Danann are a great Jinn people, prototype of the indefatigable traveler, “the errant Jew.”
"The Tuatha Dé Danann traversed the Mediterranean countries until arriving at the same Scandinavia where they founded four great magical cities, in addition to having previously founded a Lunar and a Solar city.
"When the Tuatha arrived in Ireland, they disembarked on that island, as Aeneas in Cartagus, protected by a thick magical mist (or the Veil of Isis of the fourth dimension that hid them).
"In other words, we state that the Tuatha returned to Ireland; they arrived there within the fourth dimension.
"The very famous battle of Madura (Magh Tuiredh), in which the Tuatha, full of glory, defeated the tenebrous Fir Bolg, can be found written in old chronicles.
“The excellency of the Tuatha Dé Danann was indeed great, and their hosts so powerful and innumerable that the fields appeared suited with masses of combatants who extended unto the regions where the sun sets as the day declines. Their heroes became immortal before Tara, the magical capital of Ireland.
“The Tuatha did not arrive at Erin on any known ship, neither could anybody grasp and clearly determine whether they were people born on the Earth or descended from Heaven, nor if they were diabolic entities or from a new nation which could not in any way be human, since their veins did not run with the royal blood of the indefatigable Berthach, the founder of the primitive Ceinne.”
"Definitively, the Tuatha Dé Danann entered within the fourth dimension when the great Atlantean catastrophe occurred.
"Some human races joyfully inhabit the ethereal region of our planet Earth. These people still live in a paradisiacal state, even in our days of so much bitterness...
"Many magical cities of splendid beauty exist in the fourth coordinate of our planet Earth.
"We can discover the elemental paradises of nature with all of its temples, valleys, enchanted lakes, and Jinn lands within the terrestrial fourth vertical...
"Unquestionably, it is here in the “Promised Land” where we can still joyfully find the innate occultism and the natural, paradisiacal Law...
"Those blessed Jinns who happily dwell in the Elysian Fields, in the land that flows with milk and honey, are certainly never under the regency of Deuteronomy or the Second Law, which is a great torment to the mortals...
"Obviously, the Jinn multitudes, those known as the Tuatha Dé Danann, joyfully dwell in Eden under the regency of the First Law...
"The Tuatha Dé Danann always carried through all the lands of their legendary exodus four magical, esoteric symbols:
"A) A gigantic cup or grail (living symbol of the feminine uterus).
"B) An enormous lance of pure iron (masculine phallic symbol).
"C) A great flaming sword (symbol of the sexual fire).
"D) The stone of truth (symbol of the sexual Philosophical Stone)."
Anacalypsis: an attempt to draw aside the veil of the Saitic Isis ..., Volume 1 By Godfrey Higgins
Now the [Hebrew] atut spoken of above by the Abbé, is evidently Tat or the name of Buddha. But TT is here a letter, and Tiut, or the plural, letters: this is Thoth, which is clearly nothing but the Hebrew plural of Tut. Vallancey says, "Literarum vero characters in amuialium, ARBORUMQUR figuris invenit THOTH." Again he says, "[Hebrew] tta, in Chaldee, means Vates and Haruspex; this is Tuatha in Irish" and he gives an Irish verse thus trans-lated :
"Vates (Tuatha) Hiberoise vaticinabantui
Adventuium (tempus) pacis novum."
"Here, as usual, we have the prophecy of a new age. I beg my reader to refer to p. 23, supra, and to consider what is there said of the Thoth, Tat, and Bacchus, among the Mexicans."
Thoth was born in a distant country to the west which was across a body of water. Its main city was by the sea (Plato's metropolis). The land possessed volcanos and the city had a low mountain or large hill in the center. This land is sometimes referred to as an Island of Fire. (Book of the Dead, Hymn of Rameses IV and Pyramid Texts) Thoth is known as "Lord of the horizon"; and like Poseidon, the earthshaker, Thoth is sometimes called "cleaver of the earth" (Papyrus of Ani, Chapter LXI). In Chapter LXXXV of the Book of the Dead (Papyrus of Nu), Thoth rules the "Western Domain," and by the end of the New Kingdom he is called "Lord of the West" (Seth, 1912). He is said to be the inventor of writing, astronomy, mathematics and civilization in general (Budge, 1960). Thoth is often called the Scribe (Pyramid Texts; Book of the Dead, et al.); his Egyptian name, Tehuti, means "the measurer" (Budge, 1960). A catastrophe occurred which darkened the sun and disturbed the gods, but Thoth led them across the sea to an eastern country [Egypt]. Thoth is depicted as the "controller of the Flood," (Leyden Papyrus) and the Theban Recension includes the Island of Fire in the Flood story. (Papyrus of Ani, Chap. CLXXV) Thus it appears that Thoth was once the ruler of an Island Kingdom beyond the western horizon before the Egyptian priests turned him into a god. The question therefore is: Was the Egyptian Tehuti-Thoth originally a migrant from Atlantis, and did he once rule as a king there?