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This archaeological document is an illustrated number of fabric and written old assets of foreigners within the historical Egyptian society.

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From the southern sanctuary to the north pylons, the axis never ceases to deviate. There is scarcely a regular shape in the plan; what seems square is rhomboidal; the inter-columnal spacing increases occasionally in the direction of the sanctuary, thus compensating for the effect of perspective. Moreover, the entire construction was carried out in several phases . The Temple of Luxor could be called a Parthenon, based on its fundamental kinship with the Parthenon of Athens. Its preferred designation has been that of a "theogamic" temple; but it is in fact, because of the deeper meaning of its consecration, the true Parthenon-that is to say, the temple devoted to the spiritual conception of Man.

It will manifest itself in the concrete sequence in which this concrete end is the Mass or seed, summarizing the initial Energy, which took on the aspects of Time, Movement, and Space-Mass, this Mass or seed having concentrated Force and resultant Energy. The Universe conceived as a living Being-Cosmic Man-is Life; that is to say, it is a gestation. Time is thus gestation, the distance between the seed and its fruit; the Movement is the growth that produces the volume, which is only substance formed into body or I Two-dimensional space should be conceived as a "plane" without thickness.

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