Skip to main content

The God of Many Names

  • Author:
  • Updated date:

Alhanna is an ancient astronaut theorist, and writes for Team Enki Online.


The Wisdom of Thoth

Thoth, the well known god of ancient Egypt. In art, he was often depicted as a man with the head of an ibis or as baboon, animals sacred to him. His feminine counterpart was Seshat,

and his wife was Ma'at .

He was the god of wisdom, writing, hieroglyphs, science, magic, art, judgment, and the dead.

He was said to have taught humans how to write, play music and sing, dance and even to think. In fact, the word 'thought' derives from his name. He wrote the famous 'Book of the Dead, which lists bad deeds that will prevent you from entering heaven. This was long before the ten commandments and many believe that's where they originated.

According to ancient stories, he also wrote the 'Book of Thoth'. A book filled with his magical that was so powerful he buried it in a cursed chest. The magic contained would allow the reader to rule the heavens and earth, and every living creature. But whoever did this would suffer the harsh wrath of Thoth, and his punishment would be severe.

Due to his myths, books and teachings he remains one of the most popular and discussed ancient Egyptian deities.

However..he was around long before..and after this time.


His story begins in the Sumerian tablets. He was one of the sons of Enki, born of Erishkigal. He was called Ningishzidda(Gishzida in some translations). A brilliant scientist and genetics expert, he was at his fathers side during the creation of the humans. After the deluge he built the pyramids, that still stand to this day in Giza. The sphynx was made in his honour for this epic task, by his father Enki. Although his half brother Marduk became jealous, and recarved the face to that of his own son.


Marduk and Ningishzidda constanly warred over the rule of Egypt(Marduk was called Ra, and

later Amon Ra there). So Enki asked Him to depart to other lands for the sake of peace.

Scroll to Continue

He left with his followers to start again in South America. He was known as the god Quetzalcoatl

and was responsible for the pyramids and structures there. He was god of the Mayan people for

centuries, but then said he had to leave but promised one day to return. The people appear to have been lost without him, and resulted in human sacrifices to aid his return.

In 1519, Hernando Cortés landed on the Gulf of Mexico with 600 men, and plenty of horses and guns. The last of the Aztec rulers, Montezuma II, greeted Cortés with gifts of gold and other treasures. Sadly for the Maya, they believed him to be Quetlcoatl returned. You can read an article about this here.

The author Zecharia Sitchin wrote 'The Lost Realms', which goes into this not only in great detail,but includes the roles of the Anunnaki at this time. It is part of nine books in a series called known as the 'Earth Chronlicles'.

Greece & Atlantis

In ancient Greek he was known as Hermes, or Hermes Trismagistus(thrice great). He reputedly wrote over 400 books during this time. His wisdom is contained in the Kybalion, a complex book that is said to find you when you are ready for it. He is attributed to the alchemests motto 'as above so below', also known as the Emerald tablet'.

In 1925 Doreal discovered some green tablets under a Mayan pyramid, with a strange writing embedded within. The solid green material was unkown, but had made sure that time has not aged the text. He translated these

and published the findings. The book known as 'The emerald tablets of Thoth the Atantean' contained a detailed account of his time in Atlantis, what happened there, and why the famed city

lies beneath the ocean. The book contains some magic spells and orations for immortality, dimensional portals, keeping your memories of this life in the next and other mindblowing revalations. One chapter of the book was deemed to risky for the general public and has never been published.


Hermes, Ningishzidda, Thoth of Egypt and of Atlantis, Quetzalcoatl...and there are several more possiblities too. The popular author Gerald Clark believes that he was also Jesus, and writes about this possibility in his book 'The 7th planet, Mercury rising.


manatita44 from london on January 23, 2020:

Lovely piece! Good that you are so broad-minded … looking in. Great!

Just one thing. There's no guess work with the God-man, the soul who is one with Spirit, always knows who he is or was. There's no guess work. One can only know that the mango is sweet after having tasted it, have the experience. Afterwards, who can take this taste from you? More glory to you. Peace.

Related Articles