Subj: Emerald Tablets ?
Date: 2/25/00 6:52:57 AM Pacific Standard Time
From: (labyrinthina)

A while back you posted the Emerald Tablets of Thoth on your
site; I'd very much like to link to this page but cannot find
it, do you still have the page posted???

I've been linked to your homepage for a couple years now and
enjoy stopping in frequently especially with all the recent
solar activity. I'm heartened to see others paying attention
to this extremely important issue, and I've noticed that just
about everyone I know is having major "emotional" mishaps this
week. I believe this is directly related to the energy body
of the planet at this time of the magnetic intensity -- as
above so below, the planetary body is a higher energetic
aspect of the human emotional body. My motto has become --
learn the art of surfing and ride those waves!

You are right when you postulate that the Sun is the
doorway. In my work at Machupicchu, Peru I have recently
located an ancient petroglyph directly related to a giant
geoglyph recently discovered in the Nazca "palpa"
photographed by von Daniken in '97. I believe both
discoveries are portal markers indicating that our Sun is THE
dimensional doorway - the Stargate, and access can be made at
these earth markers.

This "16-pointed" star - our Sun" appears in all ancient text
going back to the Sumerian tablets and reappearing during the
Incan reign in South America. My story and an incredible
photo of a "dimensional portal opening" at Machupicchu (which
we've entitled "Lightsource at Putacusi") is located at:

Thanks for your dedication Kent, your website is overwhelming!

Blessings and peace,
PS, don't forget to send me the link to the Emerald Tablet
page ;-)

Subj: Re: Emerald Tablets ?
Date: 2/25/00 8:09:42 AM Pacific Standard Time

Hi Kathy:

Thanks for your research I'll be looking at your links and references this morn.

The Thoth tablets debate has recently surfaced. One group feels they have the many tablets, 15, with translation by Doreal at:

Another group protests claiming only a single tablet remains:
Precepts of the Emerald Table of Hermes

I'm sure there are other contentions as well.

This whole area needs more research.


Subj: Re: Emerald Tablets ?
Date: 2/25/00 8:45:30 AM Pacific Standard Time

In a message dated 2/25/00 6:52:57 AM Pacific Standard Time, writes:

<< Subj: Emerald Tablets ? >>

Posted your comments and links:

Recently I've been investigating tales re the activation of the pyramid and ancient devices in the labyrinths below Giza Plateau as related to me by informers, which of course means tentative and no solid proof, although I am unsure what solid proof means anymore.

Are there underground systems there at Macchu Picchu or in other places? Been hearing this for years. What might you have in this respect? Links, etc.


Subj: Re: Emerald Tablets ?
Date: 2/25/00 9:36:06 AM Pacific Standard Time
From: (labyrinthina)

Yes Indeed there are tunnels and underground chambers all over South
America, especially the Andean sites of Machupicchu, Sacsayhuaman,
Tiwanaku etc.! Check out the following...

Andean Labyrinths, Inner-earth chambers, tunnels ...

I don't know if the Incas placed the tiny star petroglyph in Machu
Picchu or if it was their predecessors. I believe that the Machu
Picchu we now know, and love, is but a late version of a much earlier
earthen work. The original site was a smaller temple, now underground,
erected many millennia before the arrival of the Incas. The
subterreanean site was and still is connected to other sacred sites
hundreds, if not thousands of miles apart, via a vast network of
tunnels, and subterreanean chambers.

The Incan geomancers located the ancient temple complex, the earlier,
smaller version of the Sanctuary they were later to create above
ground, Machu Picchu. Their engineers and geomancers came in located
the vortices and erected the Sanctuary we now know with its web of
temple altars and living quarters. Each altar corresponded to an
etheric energy template which overlaid the entire physical structure,
and still does.

The massive subterranean caverns below the city have been sealed off
by the Peruvian government,but they are still there. Our Gathering
lovingly coined one of the small openings above ground,which gives
access to the subterreanean chamber directly below the Sanctuary,
"pachamama's post office." We used this womb-like structure as a
sanctified inner-earth chamber for the delivery of our despachos
(sacred offerings)-- "special delivery for the Mother!"

The Incas created Machu Picchu as a sacred sanctuary for the
Priestesses of the Sun who would maintain the portal (a place of
emergence), knowing full well that only women manifest the vibratory
'state of creation/birthing' needed to sustain this gateway. It had
to be the Priestessess, an entire city of them!

In the study of Geomancy (divination of the Earth Spirit) one finds
reference to the worldwide energy grid and the electromagnetic
frequency of sacred sites as being significant doorways energetically
linked to one another. This is the original world wide web. Machu
Picchu shares as energy alliance with sacred centers such as
Sacsayhuaman near Cusco,Tiwanaku, Bolivea, and the Nazca Pampa/Palpa.
It seems the significance of the peteroglyph and the giant geometrical
formation (geoglyph or GGF) is in identifying this alliance, in may be the key which unlocks this door.

Cuzco is known for it's system of ley lines known as "ceques" - an
array of invisible energy lines which radiate from the Temple of the
Sun (located in the heart of the city) in all directions along which
can be found the remains of 333 sacred objects or huacas, according to
Spanish chronicler father Bernabe Cobo, "Inca Religion and Customs."
An excellent book has recently been written on the Ceque System
entitled "The Sacred Lanscape of the Inca - The Cusco Ceque System"
by Brian S. Bauer, includes hundreds of photos and illustrations;
available through our online-bookstore. The Ceques are the ley lines
known in the study of Feng Shui as dragon paths, which is the
orientalform of Geomancy. Nearly every sacred temple in the Andes is
built at the apex of a convergence of energy leys; these are unique
places which through legend, historical accounts, and modern use have
been known to induce states of non-ordinary reality.

and, also from Labyrinthina:

Andean Legends of the Inner Earth, by Kathy Doore

The highland Andes have been known through myth and legend as one of the access points for vast underground subterrenaen cities, the domain of inner-earth beings who from time to time, emerge from their lower worlds into the upper atmosphere of our third-dimensional density.

These ancient legends speak of vast networks of tunnels criss-crossing the entire length and breadth of the planet. Traditions of vaults, labyrinths and buried treasures of remote antiquity are found in Crete, Egypt, Tibet, Mexico, Ecuador, Bolivia and Peru. Inca prophecy tells of the upper, middle, and lower worlds, other realities existing in both physical and astral/etheric form.

Several places in the Andes mountains are considered gateways to these realms and doorways where emergence, and entrance are possible. Included among this distinction are the famous sacred sites of Sacsayhuaman in the Peruvian Andes and the ancient pre-Incan city of Tiwanaku near the shores of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. The Jesuit chronicler Agnelio Oliva, recorded the words of an old Inca quipu reader to the effect that "the real Tiahuanaco was a subterranean city, far exceeding the one "above ground" in vastness."

Excerpts from "Order of The Labyrinth"
by Rami Sajdi Desert Land

"The Order of the Labyrinth" is a specific secret society which has existed in various forms for the last 25,000 years. In its latter period, this Order built the many labyrinths and catacombs that roam beneath the cathedrals, monetaries, druidic mounds, and other ancient ruins interconnecting a network of passages and chambers. Such "gridworks" are beneath the sacred structures of every land mass of our world.

The other function of the chambers was ritualistic in nature, but based upon scientific laws and knowledge of the forces of the universe. The 'Khazneh Acoustical Design' - are the inner chambers for a resonating field of consciousness that was brought closer to the surface of our world for the purpose of inviting our participation, however subtle, in the act of receiving from the living Earth.

Underground Empires: Fact or Fiction? by Scott Corrales
[Scott Corrales is a frequent contributor to Fate, and the editor of
Inexplicata: The Journal of Hispanic Ufology.]

Subterranean cities and temples played a major role in pre-European Latin American societies. Religious rites of all kinds were held in these underground locations, and tradition holds that they were used for the storage of treasure and forgotten lore. Still other traditions hold that they were not built by the civilizations, but by ancient “elder races” whose only remains can be found in mysterious megalithic constructions around the world.Official science dismisses this speculation with the same certainty as they would brush aside the factuality of the video game “Tomb Raider,” which follows the exploits of cyberheroine Lara Croft through a number of underground Andean locations. But can we really be so sure? The Quest for Lost Chincana Dr. Raul Rios Centeno of Peru’s INDECOPI organization formed part of a six-man team (five researchers and a guide) who braved the dizzying altitude of the Andes to go in search of La Chincana, the subterranean city located beneath the former Inca capital of Cuzco.On July 15, 1998, after undergoing a brief acclimatization period to the 3,500-meter elevation of Cuzco, Dr. Rios’s team met up with Inez Puente de la Vega, a historian whose knowledge of lnca culture and command of the Runa-Simi variant of the Quechua language would prove of great help in their expedition.The group’s initial efforts focused on finding a point of access to the fabled Chincana. Locals informed them that one of the main entrances to the underground city was precisely beneath the Sacsahuaymán archaeological fortress (whose giant stonework is pre-Inca in origin) about a kilometer away from Cuzco. Other sources hinted at the existence of two other gateways: one in the Koricancha, or Palace of the Sun, which was partially demolished during the Colonial period to build the Carmelite Monastery, and still another beneath Cuzco’s great cathedral.Not surprisingly, scholars at the University of San Antonio de Abad and the Andean University, both of them in Cuzco, refused to speak to the explorers about the putative underground city. But as chance would have it, the Rios party managed to gain access to the Andean University’s library, where a fascinating piece of information was uncovered.In 1952, a mixed group of twelve French and American explorers managed to gain access through the Sacsahuaymán entrance with enough provisions to last for five days as they embarked upon what they termed “the greatest discovery since Machu Picchu.” The team ventured into the Sacsahuaymán entrance and nothing further was heard from them until fifteen days later, when French explorer Phillipe Lamontierre emerged from the hole suffering from acute dementia, with visible signs of malnourishment and even the bubonic plague (attributable, says Dr. Rios, to the bats inhabiting the underground spaces). The broken survivor indicated that his fellow adventurers had died, and some of them had even fallen down unfathomed abysses. Among the objects he brought back was an ear of corn made of solid gold, which was later entrusted to the Cuzco Museum of Archaeology. While sobered by the Lamontierre experience, Dr. Rios’s group resolutely asked the National Institute of Culture’s authorization to enter the depths at their own risk, and requested that the concrete plug covering the entrance be demolished. Officialdom turned a deaf ear to this plea, and the group had to find more devious ways of accomplishing its objectives. Having given “valuable consideration” to the security guards at Sacsahuaymán, the Rios group managed to get into one of the connecting chambers to the underground complex. Equipped with infrared goggles, the group penetrated a chamber that measured scarcely 1.13 meters from the door’s stone frame to the rocky floor. “The stench within the [connecting chamber],” writes Dr. Rios, “was nauseating, as it had been employed as a latrine for some time. For some strange reason, the stonework did not reflect infrared rays. However, with the aid of our friend Jorge Zegarra, we were able to apply a RAD-2 X-ray filter, which provided a radio-opacity of 400 to 600 percent that of aluminum. “It was thus that we reached a hallway whose height progressively diminished until reaching a scant 94 centimeters,” continues his letter, “and given that our average height is 1.80 meters, we had no choice but to return to our starting point.”The Rios party tried to obtain readings on their Geiger counter without much success, but through the RAD-2 X-ray filter, they managed to secure a number of photos which led them to the conclusion that “a coating of some dense metal”-comparable to lead-existed within the hallways, and that there were cracks in the stonework which indeed allowed for the passage of X-rays.At this point, the guide abandoned the mission out of a very real fear of reprisals by the Culture Institute. Dr. Rios concluded by saying that the images captured by means of the RAD-2 device would be analyzed by Carlos Garcia and Guillermo LaRosa Richardson of the School of Engineering in Lima, Peru.