Drugs of the Gods
From vol 2 of Where Were You Before the Tree of Life?
When Moses and the Israelites left the Egyptian delta, their obvious route to Canaan would have been directly across the wilderness of northern Sinai but, instead, they pushed southward into the difficult high country to spend time at the Horeb mountain of Ser?b?t. This was the anomaly which had long puzzled Petrie and his team.
What then did the Petrie expedition discover high up on the Bible?s holy mountain? Well, to begin with, they found nothing very much, but on a wide plateau near the summit there were distinct signs of ancient habitation. Pillars and standing-stones could be seen protruding above the ground?rubble which had been deposited by wind and landslides over some 3000 years. Subsequent to clearing this rubble, however, the truth of the Bible story emerged and Petrie wrote:
?There is no other such monument which makes us regret that it is not in better preservation. The whole of it was buried, and no one had any knowledge of it until we cleared the site.?
What they found was an enormous Egyptian temple complex. Set within an enclosure wall was an outer temple built over an expanse of 230 feet (c.70 meters) and this extended outwards from an inner temple cut within a great cave in the mountainside. From the various cartouches, carvings and inscriptions it emerged that the temple had been in use from as far back as the time of Pharaoh Sneferu, who reigned about 2600 BC and whose immediate successors were reckoned to have built the pyramids of Gizeh.
The above-ground part of the temple was constructed from sandstone quarried from the mountain cave, and it contained a series of adjoined halls, shrines, courts, cubicles and chambers. Of these, the key features unearthed were the main Sanctuary, the Shrine of Kings, the Portico Court, and the Hall of the goddess Hathor to whom the whole complex was dedicated. All around were pillars and stele denoting the Egyptian kings throughout the ages, with certain pharaohs such as Tuthmosis III (founder of the Rosicrucian movement in Egypt) depicted many times on standing-stones and wall reliefs.
The adjoining Cave of Hathor was carved into the natural rock, with flat inner walls that had been carefully smoothed. In the centre (from about 1820 BC) stood a large upright pillar of Pharaoh Amenemhet III, the son-in-law of Esau. Also portrayed were his senior chamberlain and his seal-bearer. Deep within the cave Petrie found a limestone stela of pharaoh Ramses I - a slab upon which Ramses (who is traditionally reckoned by Egyptologists to have been an opposer of the Aten cult) surprisingly described himself as ?The ruler of all that Aten embraces?.
Also found was an Amarna statue-head of Akhenaten?s mother, Queen Tiye of Egypt, with her cartouche set in the crown.
In the courts and halls of the outer temple were numerous stone-carved rectangular tanks and circular basins, along with a variety of curiously shaped bench-tables with recessed fronts and split-level surfaces. There were also round tables, trays and saucers, together with alabaster vases and containers, many of which were shaped like lotus-flowers. In addition, the rooms housed a good collection of glazed plaques, cartouches, scarabs and sacred ornaments, designed with spirals, diagonal-squares and basket-work. There were magical wands of an unidentified hard material, while in the portico were two conical stones of about 6 inches and 9 inches in height, respectively. The explorers were baffled enough by these, but they were further confounded by the discovery of a metallurgist?s crucible.
Ever since this discovery, Egyptologists have argued as to why a crucible would have been necessary in a temple, while at the same time debating a mysterious substance called mfkzt, which seemed to be related to the conical stones and which has numerous mentions in wall and stele inscriptions. Some have suggested that mfkzt might have been copper; many have preferred the idea of turquoise and others have supposed it was perhaps malachite, but they are all unsubstantiated guesses and there are no traces of any of these materials at the site. Sinai is noted for its turquoise mines, but if turquoise-mining had been a primary function of the temple masters over so many centuries, then one would expect to find turquoise stones in abundance within the tombs of Egypt. However, such is not the case; hardly any have been found.
Other causes of wonderment have been the innumerable inscribed references to ?bread?, along with the prominent hieroglyph for ?light?, found in the Shrine of the Kings. But the discovery which caused the most bewilderment was the unearthing of something which was identified as the enigmatic mfkzt to which the ?bread? symbolism appeared to be related. Laying some inches deep beneath heavy flagstones in a storeroom was a considerable supply of the finest pure white, unadulterated powder.
At the time some suggested that the powder could be a remnant of copper smelting but, as was quickly pointed out, smelting does not produce white powder; it leaves a dense black slag. Moreover, there is no supply of copper ore within miles of the temple and the old smelting works are, in any event, apparent in the distant valleys. Others guessed that the powder was ash from the burning of plants to produce alkali, but there was no trace whatever of any plant residue.
For want of any other explanation, it was determined that the white powder and the conical stones were probably associated with some form of sacrificial rite, but again it was pointed out that this was an Egyptian temple and animal sacrifice was not an Egyptian practice. Moreover, despite sieving and winnowing, there were no remnants whatever of bones or any other foreign matter to be found within the mfkzt, which appeared for the entire world like a hoard of sacred talcum-powder.
Some of the mysterious powder was taken back to Britain for analysis and examination, but no results were ever published. The rest was left open to the elements after 3000 years to become a victim of the desert winds. What has become apparent, however, is that this powder was seemingly identical to the ancient Mesopotamian fire-stone or shem-an-na, the substance that was made into bread-cakes and used to feed the Light-bodies of the Babylonian kings and the pharaohs of Egypt. This, of course, explains the temple inscriptions denoting the importance of bread and light, while the white powder (the shem-an-na) has been identified with the sacred manna that Aaron placed in the Ark of the Covenant.
***It was this white powder which allowed the high priests and other ?worthy? people to read the sound-encoded ancient alchemical texts known to us now as The Emerald Tablets of Thoth, those which contained the ancient Wisdom of Lamech.
It may be best here to take a quick look at the material aspect of these tablets, since they play such a large role in our story. There are twelve tablets of emerald green, formed from a substance created through alchemical transmutation. They are imperishable, resistant to all elements and substances. In effect, the atomic and cellular structure is fixed, no change ever taking place. In this respect, they violate the material law of ionization. Upon them are engraved characters in the ancient Atlantean language: characters which respond to attuned thought waves, releasing the associated mental vibration in the mind of the reader. The tablets are fastened together with hoops of golden-colored alloy suspended from a rod of the same material. So much for the material appearance. The wisdom contained therein is the foundation of the ancient mysteries. And for the one who reads with open eyes and mind, his wisdom shall be increased a hundred-fold. What it took in those days and ever since for the initiated ones to ?open the eyes and mind?, the third eye and spiritual mind in order to read the higher dimensional wisdom of these characters, was the white powder known as ?the shem-an-na?. Thus the importance of alchemy to the secret societies and brotherhoods who drew their Dark wisdom from the tablets, going beyond the actual words inscribed there and into a higher dimensional state of telepathic thought transference from the sound-encoded words. This too is the wisdom of the Cabala that we shall take a look at soon.
The power is in the ?thought attunement? to the sound of the words?hence the importance of reading the sacred texts out loud as is done now in all three major religions from this area of the world ?Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Thus also ?the lost word? or ?name? of the Freemasons??shem? being the word for ?name? often translated as ?word?. Hence it is not the ?word? that is sought in the Masonic allegorical play portraying the death of the Master builder Hiram Abiff, but the ?name?, the drug that would allow the higher wisdom to be known and give those who take it access to its power.
What we have had happening on this planet for so many thousands of years is simply nothing more than galactic drug wars!
It was with this drug that Hathor ?controlled? the Egyptian gods in Zep Tepi. It was Shem, the son of Noah, who brought this knowledge with him from the ante-diluvial world. It was the major reason the Annunaki came here to mine gold?not to suspend in their atmosphere as Sitchin tries to cover up, but to provide the necessary drugs both to themselves and to their intra-galactic drug trade between both the Sirians and the Orionites.
It is these 12 tablets when ?fastened together with hoops of golden-colored alloy suspended from a rod of the same material? and an axe inserted into the bundle?an axe which is the hieroglyphic symbol from ancient Egypt of being under the guardianship of the Gods, which forms the ancient Roman symbol of the ?faschii?. This was the original symbol of the Fascists. This too is a New World Order symbol so commonly placed all around us as to be present in many official government institutions gripped in the talons of the Eagle, a symbol that we shall interpret later.