Wednesday, 6 October 2010

LUXOR TEMPLE - The Temple of Man

Schwaller de Lubicz, the French mathematician and orientalist, moved to Egypt in 1935 with his wife Isha and her daughter Lucy Lamy. They measured and mapped the Temple at Luxor in order to yield information as regards to Sacred Geometry and proportion, which describes the link between the cosmic realms and terrestrial nature including alchemy, physics, mathematics, geometry, art and astronomy. Schwaller describes the Ancient Egyptians Pharaonic concept of Man as the center of the Universe in physical expression as Anthropocosmos Man". The ancient Egyptians saw the Cosmos as an "act of divine conscious creation" and the seed of that divine consciousness was present in every human being, waiting to be watered and nourished and returned to its divine state through the process of spiritual alchemy, the transmutation of mortal man into his divine and enlightened state . To the Anthropocosmos Man, the Universe is a projection of human consciousness and consciousness is volume. The architecture in the Temple of Luxor expresses volume in form. The spirit, having descended into matter using its Golden Blueprint of creation at Karnak temple, now begins the process of growth from child to adult at Luxor temple, here we see the fully formed physically perfected, fully conscious Man. The Temple of Luxor describes the structure of the human body, incorporating its energy centers, the Chakras. The temple describes the process of creation and growth of the human form. The body was seen as the temple of the divine spirit, and Luxor temple is a perfect example of how the temple was built to be a symbolic representation of the physical body. The plans for this temple are based on human proportions and contains the secrets of spiritual anatomy. The proportions of the human body can be found embodied in the geometry of the temple's architecture. Luxor temple is, among other things, a symbolic representation of the perfect man

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