The Teachings of Osiris
The Pyramids and Sphinx
Akhenaten and Nefertiti
The Chronicles of Osiris
Set down in the House of El-Eros-El Erua, they being
male-female, born according
to the laws governing the Dhuman-Adamic race,
this being their fourth incarnation.
The Lamentation of Horus over the
Destruction of Atlantis O Chekon,
thou golden city of Atlantis, thy towers are overthrown, and thine altars are
buried beneath the waves of the mighty ocean. Thy sanctuaries became an
habitation for jackals and vipers, and thy highways became streets of iniquity.
Behold the word of Ptah was spoken and the Earth opened wide its mouth and
swallowed those evil ones, that not one remained. Alas ! ye golden domes and
glistening columns weep for the destruction that has come upon you.
for all eternity, for in thine awful desolation thy shalt rise up again
from thy watery grave.
Behold, thy voice shall be like unto the voice
of the harlot crying aloud and saying: . . . . Behold, out of my whoredom
hath come destruction. Take heed ye nations of Earth lest ye fall into greater
tribulation. The fair city of Chekon the first city of Atlantis is overthrown.
The habitation of Ptah is no more.
dictated to H.C. Randall-Stevens and reproduced
from the 2nd edition as
published by Messrs Rider & Co in 1927.
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