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Ancient Tales

Ancient tales have always been a source fascination for people around the world. The stories passed down through generations, etched onto tablets and texts, offer a glimpse into the beliefs, customs, and traditions of our ancestors. From the epic of Gilgamesh to the Egyptian Book of the Dead, these ancient texts continue to captivate and inspire us today.

Books below you may wish to look up or purchase from your book distributor,  I have written a little introduction to each book, I found them all very informotive excellent reads if you are into researching or facinated by ancient tablets & texts !

The Lost Book of ENOCH

Dr J. Winter

The Book of Enoch is an ancient religious text that has been the subject of much debate and controversy over the years. It is believed to have been written by Enoch, a biblical figure who was said to have been taken up to heaven by God. The book contains a wealth of information about angels, demons, and other supernatural beings, as well as prophecies about the end of the world. Despite its disputed status, the Book of Enoch remains a fascinating and important work for scholars and believers alike.

Enuma Eilish

'Restored from the recently recovered Tablets of Ashtar Transcription

The Enuma Elish is a Babylonian creation myth that dates back to the 18th century BCE. It tells the story of the creation of the world and the rise of the gods, including the god Marduk who becomes the supreme ruler. This epic poem is considered one of the earliest recorded creation stories and provides insight into the beliefs and values of ancient Mesopotamian culture.

The Gospel of the Holy Twelve

The Late Rev. G. J. Ouseley

Notes by E. Francis Udny M.A

The Gospel of the Holy Twelve is a book that presents a unique perspective on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. It is believed to be based on an ancient manuscript that was discovered in the 19th century. The book offers a fresh interpretation of the Gospel story, emphasizing the importance of love, compassion, and forgiveness.

The Sumerians Kings List

By Thorkild Jacobsen

The Sumerian Kings List is a historical document that provides a detailed account of the kings who ruled over ancient Sumer. This list is considered to be one of the most important sources of information about the early history of Mesopotamia, and it has been studied by scholars for centuries. In this article, we will the significance of the Sumerian Kings List and its impact on our understanding of ancient history.

Book of Ezekial


The Book of Ezekiel is a prophetic book of the Hebrew Bible, and one of the major prophetic books in the Old Testament. It is named after the prophet Ezekiel, who lived in the 6th century BCE and was among the Jews exiled to Babylon. The book contains a series of visions and prophecies, and is known for its vivid imagery and apocalyptic themes.

The Kybalion



The Kybalion is a book that has captivated readers for over a century. Its teachings are based on the principles of Hermetic philosophy, which has its roots in ancient Egypt and Greece. This book offers a unique perspective on the nature of reality and the universe, and it inspired countless individuals to explore the depths of their own consciousness. Whether you are a seasoned spiritual seeker or a curious newcomer, The Kybalion is a must-read for anyone interested in the mysteries of life and the universe.

Nag Hammadi Library

By James M. Robinson


The Nag Hammadi Library is a collection of early Christian and Gnostic texts discovered in 1945 near the Upper Egyptian town of Nag Hammadi. The texts were written in Coptic and include gospels, treatises, and hymns, among other genres. The discovery of the Nag Hammadi Library has been significant for scholars studying the development of early Christianity and Gnosticism.

The Emerald Tablets of Thoth

Thoth The Atlantian

Translation & Interpretation

by Doreal Supreme Voice of the Brotherhood


The Emerald Tablets of Thoth the Atlantean are a collection of ancient texts that have captivated the minds of scholars and seekers of esoteric knowledge for centuries. These tablets are said to contain the wisdom and teachings of Thoth, the Egyptian god of wisdom, who is believed to have been a high priest in the lost civilization of Atlantis. The tablets are shrouded in mystery and intrigue, and their secrets continue to fascinate those who seek to unlock hidden knowledge.

What is our story?
The Lost Book of Enki

Zecharia Sitchin

The Lost Book of Enki is a fascinating read for anyone interested in ancient Sumerian mythology. Written by Zecharia Sitchin, the book is a translation of ancient Sumerian texts that tell the story of the Anunnaki, a group of deities who supposedly came to Earth from the planetibiru. The book provides a unique perspective on the creation of humanity and the role of the Anunnaki in shaping our world. While some may view the book as controversial, it is nonetheless a thought-provoking and engaging read for those interested in ancient history and mythology.

Mesopotamian and Sumerian mythology

Mesopotamian and Sumerian myths told of numerous gods, such as An (god of the heavens), Enlil (god of the air and storms), Enki (the god of water and the earth), Ninhursag (the goddess of the earth), and Inanna (the goddess of love and war). Further, certain gods represented various jurisdictions of the Mesopotamian Empire, such as Ashur, the patron god of Assyria, and Marduk, patron god of Babylon. In terms of religious practices, every shrine in Sumeria was named after a single god; for example, the E'anna temple in Uruk was named after Inanna. With the extension of the Sumerian civilization into surrounding areas, these gods became part of a single family of divinities known as the Anunaki. The degree to which Sumerian and Mesopotamian gods were conceived as anthropomorphic also developed through the centuries and with the expansion of the empire. Early on, the Sumerians conceived themselves as living inside a divine realm. Rather than viewing An as "the god" of the heavens, they decided that he was the heavens. With the growth in size and importance of the temples, the social status of the temple functionaries grew as well, and a hierarchy developed headed by the En (chief priest). Through a joint process of anthropomorphization and Euhemerization, these priests became divinized and the gods they represented came to be seen in increasingly human terms. For example, the chief priest of the god of the air (Lil) at the E-kur temple at the city of Nippur became En-Lil (later Enlil). In their more humanized form, these gods and their mythologies formed the template for later polytheistic systems, most notably that of the Greeks.

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