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THE HOUSE OF THE HIDDEN PLACES A Clue to the Creed of Early Egypt (The twisty passages of the Great Pyramid, a roadmap of esoteric initiation) - Annotated Top 5 Egyptian Pyramids

THE HOUSE OF THE HIDDEN PLACES A Clue to the Creed of Early Egypt The twisty passages of the Great Pyramid a roadmap of esoteric initiation Annotated Top Egyptian Pyramids First published in Adams thought that the blueprint for the Great Pyramid was the recently translated Egyptian Book of the Dead a journey of the soul through the afterlife He viewed this as an

  • Title: THE HOUSE OF THE HIDDEN PLACES A Clue to the Creed of Early Egypt (The twisty passages of the Great Pyramid, a roadmap of esoteric initiation) - Annotated Top 5 Egyptian Pyramids
  • Author: W. Marsham Adams
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  • Page: 188
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • First published in 1895, Adams, thought that the blueprint for the Great Pyramid was the recently translated Egyptian Book of the Dead, a journey of the soul through the afterlife He viewed this as an allegory of initiation, a precursor of Masonic rituals Adams was dismissive of the pyramidologists When this book was initially published, it was taken seriously by manyFirst published in 1895, Adams, thought that the blueprint for the Great Pyramid was the recently translated Egyptian Book of the Dead, a journey of the soul through the afterlife He viewed this as an allegory of initiation, a precursor of Masonic rituals Adams was dismissive of the pyramidologists When this book was initially published, it was taken seriously by many scholars and esoteric researchers However, the lack of scholarly apparatus was a stumbling block for many In addition, the Great Pyramid was constructed about 2500 BCE, and first versions of the Book of the Dead date to about 1500 BCE a gap of nearly a thousand years So the Great Pyramid could not possibly be based on the Book of the Dead Although Adams drops hints about high level Masonic themes in the Pyramid and Book of the Dead, he was not a member of any Masonic group On the balance, some of Adams ideas were ahead of his time, particularly his theory that the Egyptians were African in origin, not Asian, as most believed at the time G.R.S Mead, although critical of Adams methodology, thought that there was a kernel of truth in his thesis CHAPTER I THE PYRAMID OF LIGHT CHAPTER II THE HOUSE OF OSIRIS NOTE ON THE SACRED ANGLE CHAPTER III THE HIDDEN GOD CHAPTER IV THE MYSTERY OF THE HEAVENS CHAPTER V THE MYSTERY OF THE DEPTHS NOTE ON CERTAIN MEASURES AT BABYLONIA AND EARLY CHINA CHAPTER VI THE INITIATION OF THE POSTULANT CHAPTER VII THE ILLUMINATION OF THE ADEPT NOTE TO THE READER Top 5 Egyptian Pyramids Pyramids of Giza Karnak Abu Simbel Great Sphinx Step Pyramid of Djoser

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