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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III.] The Trinity of Egypt. 89

Uncreated Light. Thus, after declaring the
sacred Unity in the most emphatic and explicit
terms, the hymn already quoted proceeds to
invoke the three persons by name, using,
nevertheless, the singular pronoun for the
collective Three. "He is of many forms;"
so the hymn proceeds, " 0 Amen, establisher
of all things, Atmu and Harmachi, all people
adore thee, saying, Praise to thee because of
thy resting among us, homage to thee because
thou hast created us. All creatures say Hail
to thee, and all lands praise thee. From the
height of the sky, to the breadth of the
earth, and to the depths of the sea art thou
praised."

If the Divine Trinity however were the
only secret of the Ritual, there would not be
80 great a difficulty in following its symbols.
But there is a depth of mystery beyond, a
mystery the greater because manifested in a
visible form. We read in the Ritual of an
incarnate, and not only of an incarnate, hut of
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