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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248 The Illumination of the Adept. [Ch.

unveiled till the Guardian of the Starry Gate
has opened for him the Portal of the Light,
yet for the adept, who has been mystically
initiated in the deep waters, and illuminated
by the sevenfold Beauty, the invisible things
become manifest by the visible creation. And
a Lisrht which is not of earth reveals in its
divine unity the full secret of the Hidden
Places ; the Entrance to the Path of Heaven ;
the Well of Life, the Place of New Birth, the
Ordeal of Fire, the Lintel of Justice, the
Victory over Death, the Judgment of Truth,
the Splendour of Illumination, the Throne of
Radiance, the Veil of Perfection, and the
Grand Orient of the Open Tomb, beneath
secret chambers of the Height, crowned by
the Grand Arch of the Supreme Trinity.

Thus only according to that primaeval creed
could man fulfil his marvellous destiny; and
thus only can that destiny accomplish his
heart's desire. No skill in the secrets of the
material universe, no dominion over the forces


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