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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102 The Hidden God. [Ch.

great throne in the Hall of Truth with the
central line of the light, running down to
depths of the rock on which it is built, we
obtain the hieroglyph denoting holiness ; and
if we add to this the lower portion of the
building, the territory of initiation, there results
the hieroglyph for the territory of the holy

The Place of the Holy Dead.

Again, suppose that we represent the same
place interiorly by drawing the Well, where
the re-born soul is reunited to the postulant,
together with the line where the interior

Entrance into Interior Masonry


Well of Life, Place of Initiation.

masonry is bounded by the natural rock
through which entrance or initiation into the
interior masonry is obtained from below—the
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