The 7 Hermetic Principles of Thoth
Thoth, the Egyptian god was worshipped by the Greeks as Hermes Tresmigistus ("Hermes Three Times Great"). Romans called Thoth the winged god Mercury. The Egyptians credited Thoth with the founding of writing (hieroglyphics), rhetoric, philosophy, law, math, magic (alchemy), chemistry, music, art, and geography.
The caduceus, the symbol of Western medicine is the symbol of Thoth and features two snakes winding around a winged staff which show the Kundalini energy rising up the Chakras through the Pineal Gland to create Enlightenment. Thoth is usually shown as a scribe with the head of an Ibis. Sometimes, he is shown as a blue bird. Ma'at Goddess of Truth was Thoth's wife. They are both present for the weighing of a person's heart after death.
Video #1 below is a short introduction into the Seven Hermetic Principles of Thoth, Hermetic Principle #1: Mentalism (all is mind) shows that the Egyptians understood that consciousness is the foundation of the universe. This is a concept that Western science is now struggling with thousands of years later! Thoth was the author of The Kybalion and The Emerald Tablets. and the founder of the ancient Egyptian Mystery Schools.
The Hermetica, written by the Greeks to document the wisdom of Thoth/Hermes when they studied with Egyptian priests at the legendary Library of Alexandria in Egypt later fueled the European Renaissance and the Protestant Reformation.
Video #2 below is a more in-depth explanation of the 7 laws. It explains that all civilizations around the world are derived from the wisdom of ancient Egypt which was the center of learning for thousands of years. We are taught that the roots of English and the Romance languages are in Latin and Sanskrit. However, when you trace the etymology back to Egyptian root words, you the deeper roots! The English word "thought" may be derived from Thoth's (aka Thot) name.
Hermeticism, also called Hermetism, is a religious, philosophical, and esoteric tradition based primarily upon writings attributed to Hermes Trismegistus ("Thrice Great"). Thoth lived in ancient Egypt in the earliest days of its civilization and later become one of their gods.
Thoth's greatest secret laws were handed down in the 7 Hermetic Principles that govern our material and spiritual life. Knowing these principles, the Universal Laws, shall open your insights to the deeper spiritual nature of reality. I will also show you how to use these principles in a practical manner. When you understand these laws, you will be able to Use it instead of being Used by it.
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Video #2: The Hermetic Teachings of Tehuti
Video #2 is a more in-depth explanation of the 7 laws. It explains that all civilizations around the world are derived from the wisdom of ancient Egypt which was the center of learning. The caduceus, the symbol of Western medicine. was the symbol of Thoth and features two snakes winding around a winged staff. The Romans called Thoth the winged god Mercury. We are taught that the roots of English and the Romance languages are in Latin and Sanskrit. However, it is only when you trace the etymology back to Egyptian root words that you can fully understand your own language!
This video shows that all civilizations are derived from the wisdom of Egypt. It discusses Thoth whom the Greeks called "Hermes Trismegistus" which means "Hermes, three times great" -- or the greatest of the great masters. Our word "hermetic" comes from his name because his teachings were sealed -- not to be lightly revealed to the unprepared.
In ancient Egypt, Thoth was seen as the founder of language, writing (hieroglyphics), math, etc. He is usually shown with the head of an Ibis.
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