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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The Pyramid of Light,

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entrance passage. Entering by the low gate-
way, thus built in the Northern side, at a
considerable height above the ground, we have
before us the passage of the horizon of the
point of Equinox, which, while descending
Southwards into the depths of darkness, points
Northwards, towards the star of the Purple
Arch. As we cross the gate on the seventeenth



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Gate of the Ascent. Northern Face: Course xvii.

course we recognize the point where, in the
seventeenth chapter, the catechumen is ad-
mitted as a postulant, and exclaims, "J go
from the Gate of Taser (the Ascent). What
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