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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inexhaustible source of happiness to the soul.
Most striking: too is the allusion which occurs
in another hymn to Amen, where it speaks of
the crown of illumination, or "Atf" crown of

" Atf," Crown of Supreme Light, Crown of Illuminate in
Burning Circle of the Orbit.

the monarchs, fashioned after the form of the
light which sometimes crowns the Zodiac, the
Burning Circle of supreme heaven, before the

Light of Supreme Heaven, Crown of Burning Circle of Zodiac.

summer dawn. That crown, we learn from the
Ritual, was placed upon the head of the illumi-
nate on his accomplishing the " passage of the
sun," in the ascent of " the orbit," and the hymn
proclaims that " North and South of that crown
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