October 12, 2002 Athens, New York - In 1957, a brilliant analysis of Egyptian architecture was published by philosopher Schwaller de Lubicz in a 3-volume book entitled, The Temple of Man, after his fifteen years of painstaking measurement work at Luxor and other Egyptian sacred sites. The miraculous pyramid and temple structures were, for de Lubicz, the end result of evolved consciousness applying the universe's rules of sacred geometry and Law of One in which "as above, so below" provided an architectural blueprint for the soul/spirit's evolution toward immortality.
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