Born in the Middle East and sent to Atlantis to help organize their civilization, Djehuty was one of the most important architects of the Atlantean era. He became known as Thoth to the Egyptians and Hermes Trismegistus to the Greeks. Working with the people of Sirius he designed and helped to build the temples along the Nile, in accordance with the sacred geometry codes of the universe, to create the path of enlightenment. Matias De Stefano shows us that these temples were intentionally aligned with chakras points so that an initiate opened the portals of wisdom within themselves and connected with universal consciousness. An initiate completing this path could transcend our earthly existence by discovering the keys to building new realities. These teachings have been passed down to us in the seven Hermetic laws contained within the Kybalion.