ISAAC NEWTON |As a blind man has no idea of colors, so have we no idea of the manner by which the all-wise God perceives and understands all things.
The known universe is governed by laws as real as the laws of physics. Knowing them, we actually learn how to play the game of life.
Over the centuries, mankind has strengthened its belief that the mysteries of the universe can only be known by a few initiates who have either been born illuminated or acquired enlightenment by spending a human life in temples, studying old manuscripts, practicing rituals, abstaining, meditating and receive the teachings from the greatest masters of the times.
One of the most influential seventeenth-century scientists, Englishman Isaac Newton, tried to find out the mysterious alchemical text of Emerald Tablets.
It is certain that he was the foundation of modern physics, but one thing most people do not know is that Isaac Newton was also a mysticism with a special interest in alchemy.
What characterizes the era in which we have entered and New Energy is that more and more we are allowed the new “common people” to understand the rules of life and the universe and to use them in our everyday life to live beautifully, empowered, connected with our High Self and the Force that Keep the stars in the sky.
Such a vehicle that can pave the way for understanding is Kybalion, which is said to be the guide for deciphering the Universe and the Mind of God.
The Smaragdina Tabula or “Emerald Tablets” has fascinated alchemists for hundreds of years. It is believed that this tablet is one of a few that contains information about the practice of alchemy and the secrets of the universe.
Isaac Newton Was One Of The Most Influential Scholars Of The Seventeenth Century.
Caught by the mystery of such complex sciences, Newton attempted to bring back to date some of the oldest ancient texts in which the secrets of the universe are hidden.
Among his work on philosophy, astronomy and mathematics were also discovered a translation of an ancient text called “Emerald Tablets” or Tabula Smaragdina, which fascinated alchemists and researchers for centuries.
Tabula Smaragdina was particularly appreciated by European alchemists who considered it the foundation of their discipline and hermetic tradition. The original text of the Emerald Tablets is unknown.
Though Hermes Trismegistus (the Greek term Trismegistus means “three times great”) is the author indicated in the text, he first appeared in a book written in Arabic, somewhere between the sixth and the eighth centuries.
The text was translated into Latin only in the 12th century, and then many other translations and translations appeared.
It is believed that this board contains all the secrets of the Universe and creation. In the first instance, Newton discovers a strange connection between figure 3 and the entire creative process. “Three is the great mystery of the greatest”
Newton wrote in one of his notes. In this sense, we can say that figure 3 was the foundation of universal creation. How? It remains a mystery to this day.
Another great figure on the planet that understood the importance of number three was the genius, Nikola Tesla.
He claimed that if we want to understand the universe we live in, we will have to interpret it from the point of view of energy and vibration
“If you want to understand the universe, think of energy, frequency, and vibration”. The famous scientist also said, “When you understand the power of numbers 3, 6 and 9 you will have a key to the universe.”
Undoubtedly, Nikola Tesla was the brightest mind of the twentieth century.
When Einstein was asked how he feels when he’s considered the smartest man alive, he replied,
“I do not know, we’ll have to ask Nikola Tesla.”
Nassim Haramein said referring to the brilliant physicist:
“If Tesla had not been censored, we would have been traveling through the stars.”
But now let’s get back to our topic about Isaac Newton And Thoth`s Emerald Tablets
The fact that for so many centuries have lived “small”, believing in our limitations, weaknesses, unhealthy vicissitudes of the environment and of those who lead the world, determines us to look with suspicion and suspicion any information that is liberating and opening up new perspectives and possibilities.
Maybe it is helpful to know that many scientists of different times were familiar with these Laws that they thoroughly studied and consciously used to create their reality. Here’s what some of the most intelligent exponents of humanity said:
“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”
― Albert Einstein
“The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of true art and true science.”
― Albert Einstein, The World As I See It
“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at are changing!” Wayne Dyer
The scientific understanding of phenomena corresponds to the perception of reality and the esoteric wisdom transmitted by the wise men and masters thousands of years ago.
Until 100 years ago, we only knew of Newtonian laws, which were based on observing visible matter, and explaining phenomena using our five senses.
In the meantime, especially since the new sciences of the mind appeared, quantum physics, epigenetics … The universe is more like a mind, like a quantum field, a field of potentiality that leads to clear Laws. [the_ad id=’1876′]
From all of Newton’s translation, one sentence stands out more than any other: “Three is the great mystery, and it is drawn from the great one.”
The number three would, therefore, be the key to understanding the universe.
Wisdom, power, consciousness, and life are born of the power of this number.
Moreover, Newton translated the text on the Emerald Tablet, but understanding the truth seems to be out of reach of anyone because it is compressed in some strange statements, at least at first glance.
Mankind is not ready yet, for all the great truths, any initiate will tell you. It’s not baked. The true teachings, the practical ones, have been passed on from generation to generation only orally, only to whom, with infinite precautions, that they do not “sweat”. Their possessors have really driven or lead the world.
Kybalion – the essence of hermetic teaching (“Corpus Hermeticum“)
The term “hermetic” derives from the name of a great initiate, Hermes Trismegistus meaning “three times big”, “The Fool of the Gods”, “Great Great”, “Master of the Masters”
He was considered the “Father of the occult wisdom”, he knew the three parts of universal wisdom: astrology, alchemy, and theurgy (the practice of the invocation ritual) that underlie all subsequent sciences.
The Greeks considered him a god and called him Hermes, the God of Wisdom
In Egypt, he was known as Thoth who left the world as a heritage part of his knowledge in the form of “Thoth’s Emerald Tablets, the Atlantean“.
Thoth, Hermes Trismegistus, Enoch or Thoth Atlanta was one of the most mystical and spiritual souls embodying the Earth.
The ancient Egyptians considered him the supreme god of light, the one who through the acquired knowledge discovered the secret of the old life and all things in this universe.
The personification of the god has occurred in several ancient cultures, which have led them to exist on Earth.
The Sumerians called it Nindizzida, the Jews called it Enoch, the Nordic Odin, the Wotan Teutons, and in Indian culture it is known as the Great Buddha and the Enlightenment.
Over time there have been many controversies over Thoth’s mysterious book.
This book is composed of several chapters (tablets), is a very old work dating back to pre-Egyptian civilizations.
The work is more than a work of art, it is the key to the absolute truth that contains the secrets of mankind, the celestial bodies, allowing the understanding of animal language, the great mysteries of the fluid bodies of the dead and living beings, the science of spirits, the life of death, And the secret of unlimited power.
This manuscript has the power of supremacy over life. Once read, he could activate several areas of the brain that was in a latent state and the truth could be understood.
In the introduction written by Albert L. Caillet, in March 1917, the work “Kybalion – Study on Hermetic Philosophy of Old Egypt and Old Elade, of Three Wise Men” attracted our attention to an aspect that makes us think:
“Kybalion’s laws are beautiful, but if we do not do it through practice, they will be like a rich meal in front of which we die of hunger.”
But it is true, as Kybalion says, that you need to be prepared, have a desire to know and be open to the invitation to break out of dogma and preconceptions inoculated by fear, to feel that attraction to such a Learning:
“When the student is ready to receive the Truth, then he will come to him, this book will appear to him. This is the law “Kybalion
Hermes Trismegistus (Grecia) – Thoth (Egipt)
A theory promoted in the alchemical circles of Western Europe was that Emerald tablets were found in the Great Pyramid of Egypt.
This idea may have been promoted in the spirit of the Hellenistic tradition by which the Greek god Hermes and the Egyptian god Thoth were merged into one entity.
From all Newton’s translation, a sentence stands out more than any other: “Three is the great mystery, and it is drawn from the great one.” The number three would be the key to understanding the universe.
We quote from Isaac Newton’s translation of the Tabula Smaragdina text, kept at King’s College Library, Cambridge University:
- Tis true without lying, certain most true.
- That which is below is like that which is above that which is above is like that which is below to do the miracles of one only thing.
- And as all things have arisen from one by the mediation of one: so all things have their birth from this one thing by adaptation.
- The Sun is its father, the moon its mother,
- The wind hath carried it in its belly, the earth its nurse.
- The father of all perfection in the whole world is here.
- Its force or power is entire if it is converted into earth. 7a – Separate thou the earth from the fire, the subtle from the gross sweetly with great industry.
- It ascends from the earth to the heaven again it descends to the earth and receives the force of things superior and inferior.
- By this means ye shall have the glory of the whole world thereby all obscurity shall fly from you.
- Its force is above all force. for it vanquishes every subtle thing and penetrates every solid thing.
- So was the world created.
- From this are and do come admirable adaptations whereof the means (Or process) is here in this.
- Hence I am called Hermes Trismegist, having the three parts of the philosophy of the whole world.
- That which I have said of the operation of the Sun is accomplished and ended.
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There are many other translations, including the 12th-century Latin translation, published by Steele and Singer 1928, with a Chinese hypothetical origin and a translation published by Needham 1980, from a source quite altered by the passage of time.
Emerald Tablets appeared probably for the first time in the West in the Secretum Secretorum pseudo-Aristotelian editions, which were actually a translation of Kitab Sirr al-Asar, a book of wisdom and advice for kings that was translated into Latin by Johannes Hispalensis in 1140.
And by Philip of Tripoli in 1243. Other translations of the Emerald Table could have been made during the same period by Plato in Tivoli and Hugh of Santalla, probably from different sources.
The date of Kitab Sirr al-Asar is uncertain, probably year 800, it is suggested but not sure when the Emerald Tabs became part of this work.
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