The temple of Luxor: high place and depository of sacred wisdom.
Fifteen years of tireless research and meditation in the small town of Luxor in Upper Egypt enabled Schwaller de Lubicz to rediscover the Sacred Wisdom of which the temple was, and remains, the depositary for anyone capable of reading it from the stone. This is not a question of an image: Pharaonic thought is not expressed through theories, but through action. And the most accomplished work is the “house that man gives his Master”, that being the Temple. The architectural monument, its meaning as a speaking work finally studied and revealed, as something that goes far beyond an admittedly admirable building technique, a science with unlimited applications. With the principle of this complete knowledge of man and the universe which constitutes the “Egyptian miracle” there lies a way of being and thinking which around two thousand years of Greek tradition separate us from. Grasping the mystery of Egypt requires a true re-education of the spirit which Schwaller de Lubicz offers us, here with particular emphasis on the means of practice. TABLE OF CONTENTS EXTRACT Introductory ideas about the Number as the key of knowledge elements and triangles Man and measurements Harmony and volume “That” is “One” and unknowable On Pharaonic thought Architectonics of the Temple The royal ascent towards the Temple The Mystic Temple
|Author||R.A. SCHWALLER DE LUBICZ|
|Type of book||Poche|
|Dimensions||10,7 x 17,7|