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4 The crown of the skull , containing the physical organ of the brain, should not be confused with the coronal circle that surrounds this braincase. I cannot treat this circle here, since it corresponds to conduits of energy flux that belong to a subtler state of the human body. On the other hand, I cannot remain entirely silent on 53 Between the two, is located terrestrial man, undergoing birth and death. It is interesting to find this organ contained in an "external bony framework," like the carapace of an insect .

Reading this symbolic inscription requires a philosophical directive and a searching study of the theme in the hidden meaning of the myth. " In attempting to interpret certain "oversights" in a figuration , most people have ascribed them to negligence. Henceforth they will realize the incredible precision that the Egyptians applied to the composition of their bas-reliefs. I hold that every stone in the walls of the covered temple was cut 9 I say "indirect" to avoid confusion with superimposing the outlines of figures on the same scene, which has a purpose similar to that of transparency.

It has its exact law, which is the law of genesis, the supreme natural expression of which is given by the phases of the embryonic and fetal genesis of man. 3 ) A few medical quotations-from La Medecine Morphologique by A. Thooris (Paris: G. 72-73-will explain my point of view. They relate also to the basis of the subject treated in the following pages. "Geoffroy Saint Hilaire was the first to show that human skulls have, at a given moment in their development, a number of points of ossification equal to the number of pieces shown by the skulls of fish.

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