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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VI.] Opening- of the Vision of Light. 219

tion of the sacred vessel, reveals their mystical
significance, which the Initiate must know
before permission can be granted to embark
Within the Inner House the vast granite
Triangle dominating the secret heights assumes
for him the form of an " Anchor," with its
central axis indicated, but not delineated, by
the equality of the members : as we saw
the central mystery of the Supreme Secret,
the Unity of the divine Substance to be indi-
cated but not defined by the equality of the
Persons in the Egyptian Trinity. And that
" anchor" firmly fixed, not in the depths
below, but in the heights above the open
sarkophagus, speaks to him of Osiris, "the

The Anchor and the Coffin of the Lord of Earth. (Sarkophagus
and highest chamber.)

Lord of the earth in his coffin;" the vision
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