Atlantis Ireland / Egypt
The daughter of Akhenaten meritaten, also known as Scota & Meriamon, brought the Emerald Tablets back to the Emerald Isle, Ireland. Her resting place is in a glen in Co. Kerry which is named after her, Glen Scota. Discovered in 1976, another member of her family, the Tara Prince, is buried under the mound of hostages on the Hill of Tara. The 9 hostages, one of which included St. Patrick, were brought to Ireland by Nile of the nine hostages. Patrick was not a name, it was the title of a priest of Ptah, they were known as Ptah Rekh which became Patrick. Pat or Put also means 9 and is associated with the Ennead of Heliopolis in Egypt. Heliopolis was called On or Anu and was the City of the Sun. It was the father of Scota Meritaten that rediscovered the Emerald Tablets which sparked off his spiritual peaceful revolution. It was after this discovery that he began the Mystery Schools, in keeping with his great great great grandfather Tutmose 111. It was Tutmose 111 that met with the Atlantian Tribes from Ireland and protected them in Egypt, they were his family, they were of the same lineage.
Mound of Hostages. Location of Tara Prince
Lia Fail Stone of Destiny Hill of Tara
Hill of Tara - Ptah Ra
Just before the Great Flood, Thoth preserved the ancient wisdom by inscribing two great pillars and hiding sacred objects and scrolls inside them. Egyptian holy books refer to these sacred pillars, one located in Heliopolis and the other in Thebes, as the "Pillars of the Gods of the Dawning Light." They were moved to a third temple where they later became known as the two "Pillars of Hermes." These splendorous columns are mentioned by numerous credible sources down through history. The Greek legislator, Solon, saw them and noted that they memorialized the destruction of Atlantis. The pillars were what the historian Herodotus described in the temple of an unidentified Egyptian god he visited. "One pillar was of pure gold," he wrote, "and the other was as of emerald, which glowed at night with great brilliancy." In Iamblichus: On the Mysteries, Thomas Taylor quotes an ancient author who says the Pillars of Hermes dated to before the Great Flood and were found in caverns not far from Thebes. The mysterious pillars are also described by Achilles Tatius, Dio Chrysostom, Laertius, and other Roman and Greek historians. Part of the problem trying to figure out the origins of the Emerald Tablet comes from the many legends that cloud its history. In one of the earliest of these fabled scenarios, Hermes was a son of Adam and wrote the tablet to show mankind how to redeem itself from his father's sins in the Garden of Eden. Mystics identify the tablet's author with Seth, who was the second son of Adam. They credit him with writing the Emerald Tablet, which was taken aboard the ark by Noah. After the Flood, Noah supposedly hid the tablet in a cave near Hebron, where it was later discovered by Sarah, wife of Abraham. Another version describes Hermes giving the tablet to Miriam, daughter of Moses, for safekeeping. She allegedly put it in the Ark of the Covenant, where it remains to this day. Occult historians generally agree that the tablet was found in a secret chamber under the pyramid of Cheops around 1350 BC. Another interesting legend describes Hermes as a philosopher traveling in Ceylon in the fifth century BC. He found the Emerald Tablet hidden in a cave, and after studying it, learned how to "travel in both heaven and earth." This Hermes spent the rest of his life wandering throughout Asia and the Middle East teaching and healing. Oddly, the Hindu sacred book Mahanirvanatantra states that Hermes was the same person as Buddha, and each is referred to as the "Son of the Moon" in other Hindu religious texts. Some scholars suggested the date of origin for the Emerald Tablet to be around 3000 BC, when the Phoenicians (finn, irish) settled on the Syrian coast.
Akhenaten: the Second Hermes
The "second Hermes" arrives on the scene sometime after the Great Flood. According to the Ebers Papyrus, such a person actually lived during the Amenhotep dynasty, and there is only one person who seems to have promulgated the spirit of the Emerald Tablet during those centuries. It was Amenhotep IV, who ruled from 1364 to 1347 BC. Shortly after he took the throne, he suddenly changed his name from Amenhotep (meaning "Amen is Satisfied") to Akhenaten ("He Who Serves the Aten"). His name change signaled his break with the powerful priests of Amen to set up a new monotheistic religion that recognized the sun as the One Thing, the source of all creative energy.
Family of Scota
The Mound Builders of Atlantis Ireland
The Island “Homeland of the Primeval Ones” & Ward HillAccording to the Egyptian Book of the Dead, Thoth (i.e., the Egyptian equivalent of Hermes and Mercury) said that an illustrious civilization was destroyed by a Great Deluge: “I am going to blot out everything which I have made. The Earth shall enter into the waters of the abyss of Nun [the sea-god] by means of a raging flood, and will become even as it was in the primeval time. ”The outer walls of the Egyptian temple at Edfu speak of the Zep Tepi--the gods of the “First Time”--who came from "the Homeland of the Primeval Ones," an island that sank during a catastrophic flood." Thoth’s description of the catastrophe is reiterated in the Edfu Texts, which indicated that the “Homeland of the Primeval Ones” was a great island that sank with most of its inhabitants during the Zep Tepi, or the “First Time.” We are told that the creation of the world began on this island, but the “mansions of the gods” were suddenly overwhelmed by a great flood. Led by Thoth, only the “Seven Sages” or “Builder gods” escaped the cataclysm and settled in the Nile Delta, where they created Egyptian civilization. So where was this island “Homeland of the Primeval Ones”?