Adams, Walter M.  
The house of the hidden places: a clue to the creed of early Egypt from Egyptian sources — London, 1895

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12 The Pyramid of Light. [Oh.

portal of Eternal Day, had been opened for
him, and the Catechumen of the Divine
Wisdom had been admitted as the Postulant
of Immortality. The " inner man " or " per-
son " of the deceased, the " Ka " (or postulant
with the upraised arms, JM ) must be re-created
in incorruption, the soul must be born anew,
before that postulant could be initiated into
things divine ; the Initiate must pass the
fiery ordeal, and become approved as Adept;
the Adept must be justified in the Tribunal of
Truth, before he could emerge from the shadow
of the Halls of Death into the immediate pre-
sence of the Source of Light. The Justified
must become the Illuminate, the Illuminate
must be consummated as Master, before he
could attain the innermost mansion in the
divine house of Osiris. For each of such
grades, according to the creed of Egypt, the
Creator has assigned a distinct locality in the
great exterior manifestation of Himself, the
universe of space ; and each of these localities
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