The Amduat II: Unity of Opposites

…their philosophy, which, for the most part, is veiled in myths and in words containing dim reflexions and adumbrations of the truth, as they themselves intimate beyond question by appropriately ¬†placing sphinxes before their shrines to indicate that their religious teaching has in it an enigmatical sort of wisdom. —Plutarch,¬†Isis and Osiris, 354 C. tr. … Continue reading “The Amduat II: Unity of Opposites”