The Divine Ratio: An Ideal for Development

Or Revisiting Thoth (2)

Thoth, the god of wisdom and knowledge, is perfect and precise.  It is said that Thoth constructed Egypt’s great pyramids all by his lonesome–that is, in the fourth dimension, where one can create/manifest things out of thin air.  Then he brought down his masterpieces to earth, in the third dimension.  Note that the pyramids were constructed from the top, that is from the apex, defying gravity.  Which no extant technology can ever duplicate.

Thoth is also the originator of the Sacred or Divine Ratio, which is the template for all creation.  You would think that the perfect ratio is one to one–but no, it is not, on account of the units of duality, i.e., male and female.  More often, the male is the dominant force, so that its share of power is different.  The male represents logic, precise measurements; the female the subtleties, the shades of gray.

A presentation of the Divine Ratio (From Math is Fun):

Expressed as percentages, the Divine Ratio is equal to 61.809%/38.200%. Since this ratio is the basis of all creation, if we adhere or keep close to it, shall we be able to achieve an enlightened governance, an enlightened way of life? The answer is YES, and the secret should be out.

Supposing we come up in our gray matter some product. First we identify the major dualities, the yin (female) and yang (male) and assign one as the numerator and the other the denominator. Our formula then, should adhere STRICTLY to the Divine Ratio, and theoretically, it will be the basis for us to soar to heavenly heights. Our product, then, is a PERFECT offering to the gods and a perfect product for the marketplace, based on the principle of,  “As above, so below.”

For example, if we examine the coconut, the weight/density of the coconut meat and the specific gravity of the coconut water adheres to the Divine Ratio, if close. Now, if we conjure/invent a product involving these two components, we have to make sure to adhere to the same ratio all throughout the manufacturing process.

Then and only then can we say, BINGO! Then and only then can we say, EUREKA!

And if everyone adopts the Divine Ratio as a life template, therein lies a fulfilling and enlightened life.

Because Thoth was not, is not, and never will be, wrong.

Revisiting Thoth

Super. Engaging. Darn Intelligent. That’s Thoth, one of our favorite gods, to us.

Thoth on our altar

As per Wiki:

Thoth ( /ˈθoʊθ/ or /ˈtoʊt/; from Greek, from Egyptian ḏḥwty, perhaps pronounced ḏiḥautī) was considered one of the more important deities of the Egyptian pantheon. In art, he was often depicted as a man with the head of an ibis or a baboon, animals sacred to him. As in the main picture, Thoth is almost always shown holding a Was (a wand or rod symbolizing power) in one hand and an Ankh (the key of the Nile symbolizing life) in the other hand. His feminine counterpart was Seshat, and his wife was Ma’at.[1]
Thoth’s chief temple was located in the city of Khmun,[2] later renamed Hermopolis Magna during the Greco-Roman era[3] (in reference to him through the Greeks’ interpretation that he was the same as their god Hermes) and Eshmûnên in the Coptic rendering. In that city, he led the Ogdoad pantheon of eight principal deities. He also had numerous shrines within the cities of Abydos, Hesert, Urit, Per-Ab, Rekhui, Ta-ur, Sep, Hat, Pselket, Talmsis, Antcha-Mutet, Bah, Amen-heri-ab, and Ta-kens.[4]
Thoth played many vital and prominent roles in Egyptian mythology, such as maintaining the universe, and being one of the two deities (the other being Ma’at) who stood on either side of Ra’s boat.[5] In the later history of ancient Egypt, Thoth became heavily associated with the arbitration of godly disputes,[6] the arts of magic, the system of writing, the development of science,[7] and the judgment of the dead.[8]

Our first encounter with Thoth was in April of 2010.

Our entry on the experience:

Have you come across some advertisement about a novena to a saint, like St. Joseph or St. Anthony of Padua? Well, the advertiser was just making known his experience so as to be emulated, hence a way of repaying the saint for favors granted. Which is exactly what I am going to do now.

Last Monday, April 26, with the moon almost full, I did my ritual for Thoth, the god of the moon. I prepared a rolled up candle with a sigil of my intention or wish and anointed it with ghee mixed with Indian saffron (turmeric). I lit the candle and the incense of sage mixed with Seven African Powers oil. I chanted Thoth’s name combined with my secret name and intersperse it with the chanting of my intention. In the process I gazed at the Thoth representation and the candle flame, which was practically dancing before my eyes, revealing some surreal and mesmerizing images. I came out of it contented, exhilarated and enlightened of sorts. Then I took a nap in preparation for my work for the night shift.

On the morning of Tuesday, April 27, as I opened the gates of the supermarket to usher in the day shift, what would I find? On the outside counter where night customers do their ordering, I found letters spelling T h o t h with some weird symbol after. Coincidence? Who would know about Thoth in our neighborhood for him to scribble it?

Me, I consider it a sign of Thoth saying he hears me. And hopefully granting my wish.

I took a picture of this. What sayeth thou?

Of late, we have dealt with Thoth in earnest. His technology on the Merkaba is the best and the most effective. Would you believe that now we feel more confident and sure of ourself, and that our health has improved with the Thoth meditation on the Merkaba?

This then is an invite for you to try and apply Thoth’s Merkaba technology in this chaotic and confusing age the world is in.

APPENDIX: Pictures of Thoth on our scrying mirror