Who Built the Great Pyramid at Giza?  men? slaves? gods or aliens?

Everyone wants the answer to that burning question about the Great Pyramid, right?  Who built it?  Well, even today, with all our scientific research and theories, we’re still in the dark.  Nobody’s got the final, definitive answer, it’s all conjecture.  But, let me tell you a tale about something called “The Emerald Tablets of Thoth.”

The first time I laid eyes on a translation of these Tablets, the words – they beckoned to me.   There was something about the words – they just begged to be spoken aloud.  So, without even thinking, I started reading them out loud.  They had this enchanting quality, you know, like they held some ancient magic.  they had a kind of lilt to them.  But, if I’m being honest, I couldn’t make heads or tails of it.  No big revelations, nothing to write home about.  It just wasn’t the right time, I guess.  It was like a sneak peek, a teaser.

But life’s a funny thing. I’ve gone back to those Tablets a few times since then.  I won’t claim I’ve got it all figured out now, not nearly.  But with each reading, something clicks, something new comes to light.  It’s like peeling back the layers of a mystery, and with every reading, I uncover a little more of its hidden wisdom.

If you’re itching to uncover the mysteries of Egypt, you ought to lay your hands on a copy of the original “Emerald Tablets of Thoth” as translated by Doreal.  There’s no substitute for experiencing it firsthand and seeing what kind of wisdom clicks with you personally.  Remember we are all different and my truth is not your truth, nor is your truth mine.  We are all on a unique and personal journey, thought it may not always seem so.

The Emerald Tablets, are said to be etched onto this green material that’s like nothing we can yet understand – indestructible, by any force known to us today.  Legend has it they’re 38,000 years old, and they bear the signature of none other than Thoth himself.
In the Emerald Tablets, Thoth doesn’t hold back when describing himself – “Thoth the Atlantean, Master of Mysteries, Keeper of Records, Mighty King, and Magician.”  But here’s the astonishing part: Thoth is immortal.  He holds the keys to preserving his body’s vitality through countless ages.  He’s rejuvenated it “a hundred times ten” in its current state, yet now, he’s preparing for a grand departure. 
Thoth is packing his bags, bidding farewell to Egypt, and setting his sights on a realm he cryptically calls “the Halls of Amenti.”  And the surprise?  He’s not leaving us empty-handed; he’s bequeathing all this profound knowledge to us, if we can fine it!  And that is why people have been looking for Thoth’s Hall of Records, where also reside our Akashic Records, for centuries.  So, if it is under the Sphinx at Giza, why hasn’t anyone found it – or have they?

Who built the Great Pyramid of Giza?

According to the Emerald Tablets, supposedly written by Thoth himself, he built the Great Pyramid of Giza and he did it all by himself, in three days.

So, there you have it, yet another theory on who built the Great Pyramid of Giza and who’s to say that’s not the definitive answer?

Let us show you around the Giza Plateau complex and see what you think about Thoth – is it possible the Emerald Tablets are true?

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