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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Deeply embedded in the heart of some ancient
forest, we find here and there a massive and
hoary boulder, its antiquity far exceeding that
of the venerable trees, and its whole appear-
ance telling of a distant soil and a by-gone
day. As we sit upon the granite block, with
the branches waving high above our heads,
our wonder at its presence is deepened by the
quiet scene. For countless ages that great
stone has lain motionless, lifeless, changeless,
amid all the infinite movement of changing
life around it. No human power brought that
huge mass where it lies ; no eye can trace the
path along which it was driven by the forces
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