THOTH (Djehute) was considered one of the most important dieties of the Egyptian pantheon, often depicted with the head of an Ibis. He is the masculine lunar principle of wisdom and brought forth sacred sounds of creation which led eventually writing.Thoth was considered the heart and tongue of
Ra as well as the means by which Ra's will was translated into speech. He was also likened to the Logos of Plato and the Mind of God. Thoth was a master of time, mathematics, astronomy, reading and writing. He was the author of the Book of the Dead. Thoth was also the inventor of the 365 day calendar.Thoth was the master architect who created the blueprint of our reality based on the patterns of sacred geometry or twelve around one. It is said that Thoth was Hermes, Enoch, and Merlin among others. Thoth transcribed a set of sacred books called the Forty-Two Books of Thoth which describes the instructions for achieving immortality among other things. He is also the author of The Emerald Tablets.
WHAT THIS MEANS TO YOU: Tapping into the Infinite Wisdom Flow seems to be what Thoth is about. There seems to be a continuous flow through his lives to keep the ancient codes and formulas available to humanity so that they could be lifted out of the abyss they had plunged into.