Thoth is most often depicted as wearing a mask, with the head of an ibis, a large bird of the Nile. Egyptians associated the ibis's long curved beak with the moon. The ibis was regarded as one of Thoth's Earthly representatives.

In Egyptian mythology, Thoth was the god of the moon, god of wisdom, the measurer of time, and the inventor of writing and numbers. He is credited with devising the standard 365-day year.

Thoth was depicted with a symbol combining the Sun's disk and the Moon's crescent upon his head, and - in words reminiscent of the biblical adoration of the Celestial Lord - the Egyptian inscriptions and legends said of Thoth that his knowledge and powers of calculating 'measured out the heavens and planned the Earth'.

Thoth was believed to be the inventor of astronomy, astrology, engineering, botany, geometry, land surveying, some of his identities later attributed to roles he played in different civilizations. Thoth was the 'god of the equilibrium' and considered depictions of him as the 'Master of the Balance' to indicate that he was associated with the equinoxes - the time when the day and the night were balanced.



Thoth played a crucial role in the design and orientation of many famous pyramids, temples and ziggurats.

In December 2000 I traveled to Egypt. There I had met researcher John Anthony West. He told me that the name Khufu is found in more than one cartouche in the Relief Chamber above the King's Chamber - in the Great Pyramid. Khufu is credited as building the Great Pyramid. Khufu was Thoth - Khufu's Folly.

The first races [of the doctrine of primordial egg where all life began] can be authenticated in the Pyramid Texts, where a union with the ibis Thoth takes place in the marshy area of the Delta. The Pyramid Texts were a collection of Egyptian mortuary prayers, hymns, and spells intended to protect a dead king or queen and ensure life and sustenance in the hereafter. The texts, inscribed on the walls of theinner chambers of the pyramids [from c. 2686-c. 2160 BC]., are found at Saqqara in several 5th- and 6th-dynasty pyramids, of which that of Unas, last king of the 5th dynasty, is the earliest known. The texts constitute the oldest surviving body of Egyptian religious and funerary writings available to modern scholars.

According to Thoth, the Great Pyramid and all of the sacred sites in Egypt were built following the geometry of the human body. Just as there are black-light and white-light spirals that come off the human body, so there are similar spirals that come out of the Great Pyramid. One of these spirals used to pass through one end of the sarcophagus that is in the Kings Chamber - the Egyptian Antiquities Authority has moved the sarcophagus from it's original location, because of strange things" that used to happen when visitors lay down in the sarcophagus.

The Journey of the Initiate and other Initiations

After years of intensive training, an initiate would lie down in the sarcophagus in the Kings Chamber. Through technology available at that time, linked to ancient aliens, an energy beam created a white-light spiral that would pass through the initiate's head. The initiate could then link his or her consciousness with the white-light spiral, and be projected into higher consciousness to be met by Thoth.

Patron god of all arts, sciences, and intellectual pursuits

Thoth and Ma'at

Ancient Egyptians believed that before the dead could enter the Afterworld, their hearts were weighed against a feather of truth to determine whether they had led good and honest lives. In his role as scribe, Thoth recorded the results of each judgment.

Ma'at was one of Thoth's wives. Her name means "Truth", "Justice", and perhaps even "Tao". It cannot readily be rendered into English but "truth" is perhaps a satisfactory translation. Ma'at was represented as a tall woman with an ostrich feather in her hair.

She was present at the judgement of the dead; her feather was balanced against the heart of the deceased to determine whether he had led a pure and honest life. All civil laws in Egypt were held up to the "Law of Ma'at " which essentially was a series of old conceptions and morals dating to the earliest times in Egypt. A law contrary to the Law of Ma'at would not have been considered valid in Egypt. She was also known by other names - Nehemaut or Sophia.

Thoth and Seshat


The Egyptians and the Sumerians worshipped virtually identical lunar deities who were amongst the very oldest in their respective pantheons. The moon-god Sin was charged with measuring the passage of time.

Sumerian Mythology takes us to Flood Stories and Ancient Alien Theory - The Gods in all Pantheons, even present day religions, are all extraterrestrials. Thoth is indeed one of them. According to ancient Masonic tradition, he played a major part in preserving knowledge of the mason craft and transmitting it to mankind after the flood - which is a metaphor for the movement of consciousness from one reality to another in the alchemy of time.

Thoth in Atlantis as Chiquitet, Tehuti

Thoth as Quetzalcoatl


Thoth and the Emerald Tablets

Thoth and Sacred Geometry

Flower of Life


Thoth as ...

Gods, Rods, Bloodlines, and Feathered Serpents

Thoth as Mercury

Thoth was a Trickster and the Supreme Magician.

Hermes - Merlin - Loki, among others


The Hermetic Text - Kore Kosmu - complied Alexandria referred to him as 'all knowing'. Hermes understood all things. What he knew, he graved on stone. Though he graved them onto stone he hid them mostly . The sacred symbols of the cosmic elements he hid away hard by the secrets of Osiris, keeping sure silence, that every younger age of cosmic time might seek for them.

It is written in the ancient texts that Thoth wrote a major
work of scriptural importance that would one day be found.
It would explain the nature of reality and where it is going.

Thoth in Egypt

The 12 Pyramids of Thoth