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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VII.] The Consummation of the Master. 243

other mysteries of death and of judgment
have been disclosed to the Illuminate; when
he has entered into the secrets of the new
birth, and conversed with the Supreme Intelli-
cences who " watch before the tomb of Osiris : "
when time exists for him no more, and he
understands the design of the Eternal House,
from foundation to consummation, he makes
a final circuit of its Secret Places. Clothed
in power, and crowned with light, he tra-
verses the "Abodes" (cli.) or scenes of his
former weakness ; there to discern, by his own
enlightened perception, how it is " Osiris who
satisfies the balance of him who rules the
heavens;" to exert in its supernal freedom
his creative will, now the lord, not the slave,
of the senses ; and to rejoice in the just
Buffering which wrought his illumination and
emancipation.

Finally, when that grand progress through
the Habitations of Humanity has been com-
pleted, the Master returns in majesty to the
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