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ArcherSage
12-03-2016, 01:47 PM
This was taken from "The discourse on the 8th and 9th"

He is perfect, the invisible God to whom one speaks in silence - his image is moved when it is directed, and it governs - the one mighty power, who is exalted above majesty, who is better than the honored (ones), Zoxathazo a oo ee ooo eee oooo ee oooooo ooooo oooooo uuuuuu oooooooooooo ooo Zozazoth. "

"Fear restrains me. I have found the beginning of the power that is above all powers, the one that has no beginning. I see a fountain bubbling with life. I have said, my son, that I am Mind. I have seen! Language is not able to reveal this."

Of course this is a Hermetic Gnostic text where they openly refer to Hermes Trismegistus more than once, and seems to be similar to "THE MIND TO HERMES". The one who received this knowledge according to the text, carved it into stone and was commanded to do so when the sun was in Virgo.