We are still in the Holy of Holies (Rooms V, I, and VII). In this room, the King receives the ritual during the night! The wall separating this room from Room I, is an analogue to a « choroid web ». There is a peculiarity in this room, since it is the only place where the King is represented (between 7 and 12 years of age) accompanied by his mother – this is the room of the presentation of the Prince by his mother. The pineal gland (epiphysis) is located there. The royal child, accompanied by his mother, at the age of the awakening of intelligence, is presented to Amon and Mout.


On the walls, we must take into account the factor of transparency, i.e. what happens on the opposite side of the very same wall. Such is the case, for example, for the Ouas sceptre of Amon, on the side of Room VII, which constitutes the axis of balance of the Amon represented in Room I! The research of Schwaller de Lubicz demonstrates without any ambiguity that the three rooms (V, I, VII) are, through their walls, entirely connected to one another by means of transposition.

Le Sceptre Ouas

The Ouas Sceptre is also called the « Key of the Nile ». We see here (cf. the plate depicting the Ouas), that it is actually the branch of a plant: a stem grown out of a trunk or a bigger branch, which subdivides into two new branches. It is about the thrust of the sap running through the plant, and undergoing the impulsion of division, which is the origin of all vegetation. A confirmation of this is given by one of the sceptres found in the grave of Tut-ankh-Amon, formed of a natural branch just as it was when cut off from the tree, and entirely covered in pure gold leaf. The Ouas is put into the hands of all of the « Neter », and plays a very important role! It is by analogy, our vertebral column (cerebrospinal column) which receives every energetical influxes through the top of the skull (the Egyptian « basket »).


Ésotérisme Égyptien et Hermétique.

Namely, three symbols – the Ouas, the Djed, and the Ankh – are set on a basket or half-sphere, upside down. They do not represent the pouring of water or another liquid, but an « influx » coming down from the celestial « Neter ». In the plate depicting Room I (in white), Amon holds in his hand the Ouas sceptre, which is projected on the opposite side of the wall, on the milk pot offered by the King represented in Room VII.

We know that Room I is linked with the pituitary gland (hypophysis). It is therefore in Room I that the Ouas sceptre acts, and then communicates to Room VII its « Substance » which it produces, hence to the pineal gland (epiphysis) ! Let us not forget that this « Substance », alhtough it is of physiological origin, is actually of « Spiritual » origin!

Indeed, let us remind ourselves here that the temple of Luxor is an Initiatic place reserved for the King, and that this King receives the influences from the « Neter » (cosmic forces) in order to produce, through internal « Substances » (internal way), the « Glorious Body » ! Substance and Matter are to be considered as synonymous, in that they are both « carriers » of something.


Opérativité Initiatique

It is in this room that the Pituitary (Hypophysis) and the Pineal (Epiphysis) gland must merge, after passing through Rooms V and I! … thus a Unitary or third « Substance » gets created within us. For this third substance is a relationship of « quality », which makes it the intermediary, just like Three between Two and One (pituitary – hypophysis and pineal – epiphysis). Then, this phenomenon, apparently the third element, becomes the fourth, that is to say the first of a new line.

And then this energetic « Substance » will flow towards Room XII and go down all along our body, up to the « Pylon » located at the entrance of the Temple! The Ouas or vegetal branch, with its sap, symbolises by analogy the substance produced by the initiate. This « Substance » will make « Consciousness » grow, just like the sap makes the plant grow!