The Emerald Tablet
Personal author Chris Emmons R.Ph.
With usage notes furnished by significant Ormus contributors since 1993
“That which is Below corresponds to that which is Above and that which is Above corresponds to that which is Below, to accomplish the miracle of the One Thing. And just as all things have come from this One Thing, through the meditation of One Mind, so do all created things originate from this One Thing, through Transformation.” -From the Emerald Tablet
Traditional alchemists hold that Alchemy originated with Thoth in ancient Egypt. Thoth [Hermes Trismegistus] was one of the important deities of Egypt and credited with the invention of hermetic arts and magic. The Emerald Tablet, said to be written by Thoth, is considered the most important alchemical declaration ever found. It is the original source of Hermetic Philosophy, Alchemy and reputed to contain the secret of the Prima Materia and its transmutation. It was highly regarded by European alchemists as the foundation of their art and its Hermetic tradition.
Prima Materia, or first matter, the formless primeval substance regarded as the original material of the universe; the primitive formless base of all matter - similar to the quintessence, aether, it is the void state preceding the creation of the cosmos or universe. Prima material is compared to Anima Mundi, a concept held by the stoics and Eastern Philosophies in which Anima Mundi is believed the only vital force in the universe.
Translations of the Emerald tablet were posted in the workshops of ancient alchemists and can be observed in images of that era. Modern alchemists also display these words in their work areas.
After reading the Emerald Tablet paragraphs many times, it is a wonder how many people reading it just toss it down not realizing the somewhat eloquent way the author Hermes, explains the concept of the sun heating matter to a gas and having it return as a liquid; and that all matter is composed of subatomic gaseous substances that combine into matter that we can relate to in our dimension.
Thus Hermes explains the aether, a gas; forming solids and the sun then evaporating some of the most important elements into a gas. This gas then collects into a liquid and rains back down nourishing all life on earth. Thus three elements: Gas, Solids, and Liquids. And, of course, the HEAT of the sun is the mechanism to accomplish the task. This has also been described as Earth, Air, Fire and Water but not introduced the same way.
My guess is that many will not fully understand what he, Toth aka Hermes considered by many through history to be one and the same, was explaining. The writing is clear but the concepts were unknown to those of very early human history. Thus the tablet contains information, documented by an obviously advanced intellect, for us to ponder down through the ages. That it was written on a hard stone tablet by a much harder scribe type instrument tends to indicate that the tablet was indeed intended to survive for millennia. And it has. And again, anyone not familiar with the laws of conservation energy would most likely not understand the concepts described.
Ormus researchers add that the engines that drive the sun's energy are subatomic tetrahedrons that spontaneously oscillate to emit energy infinitely; and the Ormus substances are significant constituents of all three states.
During the early sixteenth century, 1462–1516, there became a shift away from a laboratory interpretation of the Emerald Tablet, to a literal approach. Hermes “one thing” in the Emerald Tablet was equated with Monad philosophy and Anima Mundi. In the Monad philosophy of the cosmos there is a supreme being; a divinity, the first being that is the totality of all things. Anima Mundi [Greek for world soul] contains several systems of thought. Plato described Anima Mundi as the world being a living being endowed with a soul and intelligence…a single visible living entity containing all other living entities, which by their nature are related. The Stoics and Eastern Philosophies believe Anima Mundi is the only vital force in the universe.
Psychologist Carl Jung had vivid dreams about the Emerald Tablet which shaped his Jungian approach to psychotherapy. The goal of his approach was to balance the three main components of the psyche, the ego, the personal unconscious, and the collective unconscious. Jung has said: “For the alchemist, the one primarily in need of redemption is not man, but the deity who is lost and sleeping in matter [human flesh].” Jung’s words close the circle begun by Hermes Trismegistus — that the highest goal, one which fulfills all wishes and grants god-like powers, is the human imagination obscured by the lead of ego and false identity, fear, confusion, and the common belief that the individual is powerless.
Regardless if one reads the Emerald Tablet with an eye towards laboratory interpretation or philosophy it does contain a secret formula for transforming reality to a new awareness. It is best not to over-analyze the Emerald Tablet but instead seek deeper connection with its truths by re-reading many times until it begins resonating with you in some way. Routinely reading the Emerald Tablet opens consciousness to new awareness’s. Read in this manner, the Emerald Tablet becomes a Fountain of Consciousness.
Here is Sir Isaac Newton’s translation of the Emerald Tablet. It was found among his alchemical papers and is currently housed in King's College Library, Cambridge University.
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