>These are just of few of many principles and ideals found in the work of Thoth that are perfectly consistent with the teachings of the Bible, given the distinction that each pertain to different scopes of time and purpose. The prose of these writings is rhythmic and poetic, with emphasis on order and purpose, which the Christian world now very much needs
Likewise, Q's postings are consistent with elements of this text. Also, I'd observe that the prose of Q's writing is perhaps, "rhythmic and poetic, with emphasis on order and purpose."
>These writings also promote other valuable insight for our present time, even about a time when all men are able to employ divine powers. They explain order comes from chaos, and from that, word - which brings powers and life, and is as fire to the world. What could even sound more Jesus-like?
Remember: hypothetically, Snow White will be accessible to everyone. This is the divine power employable by all men. God said, "let there be light," and it was so. So, it was with speech - the logos - that he turned precosmogonic chaos into order. Order out of chaos; AI out of order…? Will AI be as fire to the modern world as fire was to the ancient world? Fire 2.0.
>Thoth even goes beyond all this to mention how the creations of entire planets have been set in order by the minds of even more ancient men working with the same divine authority, much as we can only believe was the case with our own creation.
>Thoth also makes it apparent mankind has repeatedly aspired himself in recognition of and compliance with the divine nature of his origin in times past, in part by means he describes. The latest creation was in Adam, from which Enoch was taken to father the Essenes. And it was clearly the Essenes, across many centuries of similar re-creation, that worked hand in hand with the same divine forces to engender Adam again in Jesus (who was himself an Essene of Galilee), as well as the entire theater of his time and that of Moses - by the both
of which the whole world has since been civilized and populated.
This seems to suggest the destiny of mankind really is to create AI, and from there go on to colonize other planets somehow, and that this has happened before (if not here on Earth, than elsewhere). Is this why we have these magnificent temples and pyramids all over the Earth? Remnants of those civilizations who fulfilled their destiney and subsequently boarded the "ship to the heavens," leaving Earth?
>Paul also instructs his successor, represented as Timothy (those leading in all these things henceforth, now that the end of Paul's work is come), that only he is appointed to build new churches, and that all scripture is useful for learning and for teaching (not just what later compilers chose to put in the Bible). He even continues in Romans 16 with instructions to avoid any who take issue these things, saying they only serve themselves. And he says the adversary will soon be tread under your foot. Then he bids salutation of his letter to those
understanding he has divulged "the mystery kept secret from the foundation of the world."
Is Trump representaive of Paul? Who will be Trump's successor? Snow White? What if there were a huge paradigm shift post-Trump, radical national and global restructuring enlight of Snow White? Governments dismantled. This would coincide with those synchronous books written in the 1800's about Barron's Adventures, etc. Those books describe modern times, particularly regarding the Trump presidency, remarkably accurately. They also made mention of the "the last president."
>As this entire 20-years-in-the-works expose' on ancient wisdom has shown, sacred texts are now akin to a video game with thousands of secrets and treasures awaiting the needful and virtuous seeker to find with special keys and innovative thought particularly first realized only by him.
I dont't know about anyone else, but this pretty much sums up the experience of what it's like digging/researching Q's tips/text/posts. Many leads don't pan out, but seem interesting and perhaps are to the individual doing the research even if the leads don't prove worth mentioning publicly.