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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130 The Mystery of the Heavens. [Ch.

motherhood. On the fifth, Neith, from whose
divine personality gushed the stream of life
eternal, who " gave to every mummy the
draught for which he thirsted, that his soul
might be separated from him no more for
ever." And on the sixth day was celebrated
the feast of " Hep-Tep," the crowning festival
of Completion-Beginning.

Such was the symphony of light and joy
which, for the Egyptian, preluded the glow-
ing year; and such also was its masonic
expression, wherein was struck the full dia-
pason of lunar and solar, of terrestrial and
celestial, of temporal and of spiritual harmony.
As the lunar Chamber of New Birth, the
Habitation of Isis, " the Mother of God " and
the " Queen of the Pyramid," was originally
closed up, thus forming the trebly veiled and
most secret portion of the Hidden Places, so
in the eastern staircase of that chamber we
seem to discover the most secret masonic key,
both to the astronomical form and the spiritual
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