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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174 The Mystery of the Depths. [Ch.

correspondence are surprisingly close—none
could understand the relation of the star
to the building without first understanding
the masonic relation embodied in the edifice,
between the standard of space, as represented
in the entrance passage, and the solar throne
at the head of the Grand Gallery or Chamber
of the Orbit. Nor could any one be instructed
in that secret by the Master without acquiring
masonic evidence of its truth, in the Path of
the Horizon of Heaven, and its orientation
with the hidden interior—the beginning and

■'er

the ending of the Ritual of Light.

Penetrating now to the innermost recesses
of the Hidden Places, let us review the celestial
significance which we have attached to the
various chambers, and (remembering always
that we are dealing with approximations) let
us note the proportion of their measures to the
corresponding celestial periods; the celestial
unit varying in each case according to the
nature of the celestial cycle (and demanding
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