quinta-feira, 19 de setembro de 2013

TOT, O DEUS DA ESCRITA, DOS PROFETAS E VIDENTES = Hermes Trimegisto. Por Artur Felisberto

 [PHILO] 'These things being so, Sanchuniathon, who was a man of much learning and great curiosity, and desirous of knowing the earliest history of all nations from the creation of the world, searched out with great care the history of Taautus, knowing that of all men under the sun Taautus was the first who thought of the invention of letters, and began the writing of records: and he laid the foundation, as it were, of his history, by beginning with him, whom the Egyptians called Thoyth, and the Alexandrians Thoth, translated by the Greeks into Hermes.' -- Praeparatio Evangélica, Eusebius Pamphili of Caesarea

De facto, o boi Apis estaria muito relacionado com Ptah por um qualquer tipo de laço mítico que o relacionaria com Toth, o deus da sabedoria egípcia, parédro e amigo inseparável de Osíris.

Nomes Tamer:

Te-huti > Ze-huti < Dje-huti < Dj-howtey < ??? < Tze-*Kuki < Te(os) Caco.                                  < Zewut < Zewush > Zeus???

Ou ainda:

Te-huti < Ta h-Uti < At Ki + Uto? < Phiat Uto <= Kakuki, Deus Caco do fogo???

Nomes Gregos: <= Te-huti > The-uti > Thout > Thot > Toth > Thoth.

Figura 1: Thoth - (Tahuti). The god of wisdom, Thoth was said to be self-created at the beginning of time, along with his consort Maat (truth), or perhaps created by Ra. At Hermopolis it was said that from Thoth were produced eight children, of which the most important was Amen, "the hidden one", who was worshiped in Thebes as the Lord of the Universe. The name "Thoth" is the Greek corruption of the original Egyptian Tahuti.

Funcionalmente Thot era o deus Eia da sabedoria e por isso bem mais do que Hermes Trimegisto, o deus da magia etílica e terapêutica e depois do ocultismo gnóstico.

Trimegisto < Tirmekiash < Kyr me kaki

=> Artemisia.

 

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Onuphis < Anukis => Akis => Apis < Aphis < Phiat > Phita > Ptah.

Osiris < Osuris < A Ki + Ur is = Ur A(n) Ki > Ur  Aphis > Apis

Mnevis  = M(i)n + e(ra)wis => Ura wis > Ur A(n) Ki <= Enki.

Onuphis = An Kis = Enki = Osiris.

Enki = Toth/Ptah = Osiris = Kafuran = etc.

Gwawd < Giwa-Wat < Gibaba < Ki-kika => Ki-at > Phiat > Ptah > Iris.

Fáith > Phot(an) > Toth > -pot* > -bota > Celt. Wate(s) > Lat. Vate(s)

The Vates (modern Ovates) were the shamans of the Celts, who foretold the future through augury and human sacrifice, The Latin word VATES, [prophet], probably derives from the Celtic and is cognate with the Irish, Fáith [prophet, seer] and the Welsh Gwawd.

Phiat é assim um deus primordial do fogo telúrico das entranhas vulcânicas da terra e da sarça-ardente o deus Kius, macho de Ki, a terra mãe. Assim sendo, Toth/Ptah são evoluções linguísticas a partir de variações teonómicas do mesmo nome arcaico Kaki, do deus sumério Enki, dados por escolas teológicas egípcias diferentes!

De facto, tal evolução já era suspeita, como se refere noutro ponto deste estudo, pela conotação que ambos os nomes, Toth/Ptah, têm com o étimo gerador *Phiat > *pot-.

A correlação unificante poderia ser alcançada por intermédio do deus Sokar, muito seguramente uma variante egípcia do deus canaanita Sacar.

 

Ver: OSÍRIS (***)

 

 

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Djehuti [Thoth or Hermes Trismegistus]: The God of mathematics, writing, and scholarship. In some creation myths He is the voice of Ptah (the word or logos that appears in Christian and Jewish creation myths) as Ptah emerges from the Cosmic Egg.

Figura 2: O deus do Nilo, Hapi, oferece papiros a Toth o deus da sabedoria (nas boas contas e nas belas letras) diante de Hathor.

In the creation myth of the Ogdoad revealing the Ennead, Djehuti and Seshat play the role of primary creation deities. Djehuti is typically shown with the head of an ibis or a baboon.

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