Historical Tehuti

Dec 10, 2011 by
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Tehuti also known as Thoth was a great personality in ancient Egypt. Tehuti was deified by ancient Egyptians and he was accepted and respected by all societies in the Near East. He is mentioned as the source of knowledge and inspiration in all mystical and esoteric traditions in the Near East and Europe.

In ancient Egypt he was known as the scribe of gods (Neteru). During the Greek rule of Egypt, Tehuti was identified as Hermes of Greek mythology. In the Greek mythological description he was the dispatcher of divine messages from gods. Tehuti is also identified as the Hermes Trismegistus of Hermetica. Prophet Idris mentioned in Quran was most probably Tehuti. In Jewish esoteric tradition Tehuti is sometimes identified with the mysterious prophet Enoch.

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