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 Theosophy and the Masonry. 105
have the complete set of hieroglyphs which com-
pose his name, r—. and thus masonic-ally

indicate his office as protector of the rock, the
mouth, and the fount of the River of Light.

But by far the most important expression of
these truths is contained in the kalendar, or
recurrent series of festivals, which reflected on
earth the rejoicings of heaven; and a full
understanding of which was one of the glories
reserved in the Eitual for the Illuminate. By
means of that kalendar the " Mystery-Teachers
of the Heavens" co-ordinated not only the
political but the social life of the nation with
the theosophy of The Light, while through its
masonic expression the divine manifestations
and the personal attributes of the Hidden
Deity were at once communicated to the
instructed and protected from the profane.
To their sense indeed of the divine personality,
iar more probably than to any artificial
pretension to a supposed exclusiveness which
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