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5th cii 4th square Superimposing the Fruit of Life
To understand why, let's try superimposing the Fruit of Life on this 

drawing of the first level of consciousness [see Fig. 9-6]. Look at that! It 
exactly fits the fourth square and the fifth circle, our 8 by 10! This center 

circle is the same as the center circle of the previous drawing, as are all five 

concentric circles here. This drawing shows only, the fourth square, which 
forms a near-perfect phi ratio with the fifth circle, as we saw before.

Do you see the perfection of life? The Fruit of Life pattern was hidden 

beneath this pattern all along; they're precisely superimposed over one an- 
Fig. 9-6. Fruit of Life overlaid upon the other. In a right-brain way, that's how to explain why consciousness first 
first level of consciousness.
became self-aware between the fourth and the fifth circle—because that sa- 
cred image was hidden behind that part of the pattern. The Fruit of Life 

was completed at that precise moment and the phi ratio first appeared. 

When the phi ratio appeared, it was the first time that consciousness actu- 
ally had a way to manifest.

Lucie's Genius

There's one more thing before we get into those three different images 
of consciousness. When I discovered that the concentric circles-and 

squares drawing could be superimposed perfectly over the Fruit of Life pat- 
tern, I wanted to see if anything had been written about it. At the time, I 

was sitting in my room listening to this man Thoth, whom nobody else 

could see but me, and he was telling me that the Egyptians perceived three 
different levels of human consciousness. I wanted to know if this idea ex- 

isted in Egyptian history outside his account.

When I tried to find it in the writings, to my surprise, I did. At least I 
found it in the writings of Lucie Lamy, the stepdaughter of Schwaller de 

Lubicz. Nobody else I could find knew anything about this idea of three 
levels of human consciousness. Schwaller and Lucie understood deeply 

about Egypt's relationship to sacred geometry. Most Egyptologists didn't

understand that at all until recently. In my es- 
timation, after studying Lucie's work, she is 

one of the greatest people ever involved in sa- 
cred geometry. She has absolutely amazed me 

with her work. I always wanted to meet her, 

but I never did. She died a few years ago, about 
1989 or so, in Abydos, Egypt. I want to show 

you something about Lucie Lamy so you can 
see what caliber of person she was.

This small temple [see Fig. 9-7] is inside the 

Karnaktemplecomplex. Karnakisconnected 
to the Temple of Luxor by a wide walkway 

about two miles long. It has human-headed 
sphinxes on both sides at the Luxor end, which 

gradually turn into sheep-headed sphinxes as it 

Fig. 9-7. A side view of the temple at Kamak that Lucie put together.
gets closer to Karnak. The Karnak temple


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