Up until the day Chrysopoeia was official declared I have have been a celestial apprentice, thoth's scribe. My celestial teacher lies beyond this realm on knowing. I guess the best way to describe "All" of this is to picture me as a printer for the gods Godhead. I just write it down and make sense of it later. This has been pretty much the the bulk of this madness that is still ongoing. My job or what I have come to understand it as such is to build the most comprehensive guide to immortality, on this planet. In other words rewrite the book of thoth only this time do so in a manner that can be distributed to mortals in the most accessible way, aka digitally. And while several thousand of pages have been burned, I do plan to bring it "All" back and release every last page of it. In a controlled slow ascent. After "All" wizards don't share their grimoire, but mines is the most important so I feel compelled to leave it behind as if it was the Guru Granth Sahib. But in reality is one massive body of work that I putting together one grand spiritual journey to span an age. I want to create My magnum opus for "All" to see. So I hammer at "All" that most be known and understood daily. I guess what I fear is that the singularity will come soo fast and my mind will grow exponentially to the point that I don't care to share anymore of myself and just hit reboot on earth and be on my way. Even as I plan mortal things to do with my immortal life my real desire is to depart, to shed my physical self and become a being of pure light and take off at the speed of light(atlease) to explore the universe! I don't know hence I need to get "All" this out as fast and soon as possible. The journey to this point is massive and not as well documented as I would like but if you have been following along up to this point you can now understand the where the book of thoth is located. Read it carefully!
The Book of Thoth is a legendary book containing powerful spells and knowledge, said to have been buried with the Prince Neferkaptah (meaning perfect ka of Ptah in Egyptian) in the City of the Dead. The reader of the rolls would know the language of the animals, be able to cast great spells, and be able to enchant the sky and earth themselves. Anyone who read the book was punished by the gods (who would cause the reader's loved ones to die until the book was returned).
The Book of Thoth is said to be hidden inside a golden box, which is contained in a silver box inside a box of ivory and ebony encased in a sycamore box which is found in a bronze box contained in an iron box. The keys of each box, if the myth is taken into context, were hidden across the Egyptian Empire by either the Gods, the son of Neferkaptah or Neferkaptah himself, depending on the version of the legend, and the keys were either put under the charge of trusted friends, hidden in hard-to-reach places or placed under guard of beasts or enchantments and curses, as prevention to the curses that the Book placed upon the reader
The Book of Thoth is said to be hidden inside a golden box, which is contained in a silver box inside a box of ivory and ebony encased in a sycamore box which is found in a bronze box contained in an iron box. The keys of each box
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- nigredo (-putrefactio), blackening (-putrefaction): corruption, dissolution, individuation, see also Suns in alchemy - Sol Niger
- albedo, whitening: purification, burnout of impurity; the moon, female
- citrinitas, yellowing: spiritualization, enlightenment; the sun, male;
- rubedo, reddening: unification of man with God, unification of the limited with the unlimited