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By R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz

This booklet comprises the 1st released result of Schwaller's 12 years of study on the temple of Luxor and its implications for examining the symbolic and mathematical methods of the Egyptians via their sacred architecture. 

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This publication includes the 1st released result of Schwaller's 12 years of analysis on the temple of Luxor and its implications for examining the symbolic and mathematical procedures of the Egyptians via their sacred architecture. 

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It is Volume that summarizes Weight, Force, and Energy; and it is Movement that summarizes Time and Path. Volume belongs to everything that exists; that, is to say, everything in the Universe has Volume. It is thus the summary of what we may call the "concrete series" of irreducible magnitudes. The "abstract series" (considered "causally" and independently of "things") comprises Time and Space, represented by the Movement (causal Verb)2 which will be, of necessity, in physics as well as metaphysics, the quantitative definition indispensable at the beginning.

5. The pavement shown as a mosaic. 38 head, it had a given size, then the different parts of the temple and each figure must have absolutely defined proportions and each important point in the body must of necessity be placed at key points of the plan—which was verified. This becomes proof of the projection in the temple, not of a defined image, but of Microcosmic Man. Though the sex organ is not represented in the architecture itself (no excavations having been carried out in this area), we find it in a bas-relief located at point N (see fig.

60 bones, with a particular module for the individual. Cuvier could boast of having reconstituted an antediluvian animal from a few fossilized bones, because there is a harmony proper to each "ensemble" (or individual) formed by Nature. But if a man constitutes an ensemble, a Unit that has its harmony, he is himself part of a whole. He cannot be born without being in relationship with his environment, and this environment extends as far as the solar system. This is a bold concept, and its philosophic nature is not in keeping with the mode of thought of our analyst scholars.

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