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 Double Hall.


we shall have the hieroglyph pronounced

" Taui."

which is well known to mean

Upper and Lower Egypt, though no explanation
of the form has hitherto been suggested. Simi-
larly, suppose that we delineate the Douhle
Hall of Truth (from the Hidden Lintel to the
Empyrean Gate at the southern end of the

To Chamber of



Pyramidal region of Thotli.

foof above the throne), together with the
Chamber of New Birth and the Head of the
Well, we shall have the portion of the structure
more particularly subject to the dominion of
Thoth : the divine person, by whom the
initiation is effected. Then if we form a
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