The Great Sphinx



As the smiling yellow sun rises,

A baby boy leaves his mother’s womb,

Crawling as a small child in the morning,

Walking as a tall adult in the afternoon,

Limping as a shrinking old man in the evening,

His wrinkled face is pale like the full moon,

He sank with the sun, now as dead as the day,

His decrepit broken body lays inside of a tomb.



Written by: The Perspicacious Outcast (John Paul Harrington)

Originally written: Thursday 4th May 2017

Idea arose from Page 108 of Manly Palmer Hall’s Magnum Opus The Secret Teachings of all ages and the chapter The Initiation Of The Pyramid.

Speaking on an Ancient riddle of The Great Sphinx.

From Levi’s Les Mysteres De La Kaballe

“What animal is it that in the morning goes on four feet, at noon on two feet, and in the evening on three feet?”


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