Ancient Egyptians - The Angles of Thoth
Picture of the Angles of Thoth Amulets
The top picture depicts the Mason's angle measure and the other is the carpenter's square
Facts about the Ancient Egyptian Angles of Thoth Talisman
The Angles of Thoth Amulet Fact Sheet
Thoth was the ancient Egyptian ibis-headed god of knowledge, magic and wisdom. He was believed to be the inventor of all arts and sciences.
The amulets of the Angles were the symbols of the god Thoth, and were worn for moral integrity, wisdom, knowledge, order and truth.
Thoth was the personification of law and order, being the god who worked out the creation as decreed by the Sun god Ra. He knew all the words of magic and power and the secrets of all hearts.
Believed to be the inventor of mathematics, astronomy and engineering and the architect of the great pyramids of Egypt.
The amulets are believed to represent the qualities and attributes of the god and are a reminder of the Emerald Tablets of Thoth.
His connection with architecture and building in stone has linked this ancient god with Freemasons.
This ancient Egyptian god was believed to have created a massive library of scrolls containing all of his knowledge and all of his magic spells.
The Emerald Tablets of Thoth was a table made of green stone that contained a series of sacred texts from his library.
The sacred texts inscribed on the Emerald Tablets of Thoth were believed to contain the key to immortality
Following the fall of the Egyptian Empire the Emerald Tablets of Thoth survived in eastern Byzantine libraries. Their re-discovery and translation into Latin during the 1600's was sought by European alchemists looking for the recipe for alchemical gold and the hidden secrets of the ancients.
The Emerald Tablets of Thoth became a core element in the foundation of alchemy and writings on the tablets were published by many famous people including Roger Bacon, Aleister Crowley, Albertus Magnus, C.G. Jung and Isaac Newton.
The ancient Egyptians called hieroglyphs the medu neter, which means sacred writing, the "writing of the divine". The hieroglyph n*t*r is depicted like a flag on a pole but might also be interpreted as one of the Angles of Thoth.
Ancient Egyptian Talismans & Amulets
Egypt and the Angles of Thoth Amulet and Talisman