She became "Jeanne le Veilleur". The nomen mysticum "ISHA" was his distinctive title. She had a gift that could be described as paranormal. She was the feminine intuition raised to its highest degree and "AOR" often repeated : "She was never mistaken about the motivations of those who approached us, she always sensed whether they would be favorable or hostile to us". Then when Suhalia was created in in Switzerland, Isha imposed the Dalcrose method which was not the choice of Amma. It took them away from each other for a moment, but everything worked out fraternally… ISHA had a very cheerful temper, then in a moment she became taciturn.
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Moving to Paris from Alsace to study modern chemistry and physics, he developed an interest in Alchemy , reading every alchemical text he could find including those by Paracelsus and Ramon Llull.
He also developed an interest in painting and became the student of Matisse. On 23 July the group dissolved and another group was formed in its place: Les Veilleurs "the Vigilants" , to which at least according to the historian Pierre Mariel the young Rudolf Hess belonged.
Its uniform consisted of a dark shirt, high-boots and riding-breeches, akin to the Sturmabteilung. The letter signed by "Aor" was addressed "To the Jews", where he advised all Jews to "go back home". The first issue of its journal, Veilleur, contained an anonymous anti-semitic article that first appeared in a Masonic journal from The Italian painter and musician Elmiro Celli and Lucie Lamy, daughter of Isha, are supposed to have contributed to the realization of this "game of life"; but the active participation of Isha in planning is not to be excluded, being a passionate Egyptologist and scholar of comparative religions Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Taoism.
He, with the French Egypologist Alexandre Varille , developed the symbolist approach to ancient Egypt. He linked the astrological age of Gemini with the development of the dualistic themes in Egyptian religion, the age of Taurus with the bull god Apis , and the age of Aries with the god Amun , who was depicted as a ram.
He also argued that the human form was the basis for ancient Egyptian architecture , and he equated parts of the temples with parts of the human body. His three-volume work The Temple in Man includes a drawing that compares the plan of Luxor Temple to the shape of a human skeleton.
Like many other esotericist figures, he believed that Egyptian civilization dated back much farther than conventional Egyptian chronology allows.
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