Like, I want to go through it, if only because of Djehoot’s name being there, but ti’s by Aleister Crowley and…
NOT SURE I’D BE IN THE RIGHT FANDOM IS ALL
There may be some confusion here, because when a person refers to “the Book of Thoth”, they may be referring to any of three things:
1) A magical book referred to in the ancient Egyptian *novel* about Setne Khamwas, i.e., a fictional book from a work of fiction. (Yes, ancient Egyptians had fiction.)
2) A fragmentary book written in Demotic, apparently an initiatory manual for scribes, recently published, that modern scholars misleadingly chose to call “the Book of Thoth”, though it wasn’t actually called that.
3) A book by Aleister Crowley, accompanying his tarot deck of the same name, that has, let’s be honest, little to do with Egyptian theology unless you squint hard.
*turns on adorable animal feeds and gives you soft pillows and blankets*