Schwaller de Lubicz basically recovered [aspects of] the original consciousness of KMT at least in regards to their temple building and artwork. People like John Anthony West have further interpreted Schwaller in books like Serpent in the Sky. This entire subject of symbolist Egypt and KMT are a wide field worth your attention if you REALLY want to know what KMT was about.
However, this book is a really awkward tome to slog through. I don't know if it's because of Schwallers original work as I don't read French. I'm suspecting it's a combination of some cryptic phrasing in the original. But the the time it get's over into English this can be painful in parts to read. There is weird phrasing, bad sentence structure, and outright typos throughout the text. The book starts slow and then really does not hit it's rhythm until about the 70% mark. I just cannot really recommend this book if you have at all either heard of Schwallers work or seen the Magical Egypt series that JAW did especially the episode on the Luxor temple. It's laid out in that video much clearer than you will find here.
So, for Schwaller fans, better choices are to re-read Serpent in the Sky and/or save up for The Temple Of Man which is Schwallers main compilation. This book was kinda disappointing to read.
The meat of the book is on the last page in the Conclusions regarding the Temple of/in Man in Luxor. This is the clearest part of the entire treatise.
The elements observed in the Temple of Luxor prove:
1. That the pharonic temple has a didactic purpose; hence every detail has its import.
2. That the entire value is accorded to the teaching; the technical aspect is subordinated to this aim.
3. That there is, in the inscription by means of texts and figurations, a method for translating a philosophically ordained thought.
4. That symbolism is the method of transcription of the thought of the Ancient Egyptians, in writing and in figuration as well as in the architecture.
5. That there is a precalculated program, realized through Time by successive Kings, heirs of the tradition.
6. That the monument is constructed (contrary to our current principles of architecture) on several axes; that each axis has a meaning, and that this meaning dictates the meaning of the parts subordinate to it.
7. That there is, in pharonic Egypt, deogetic, astronomical, and physicological knowledge surpassing that which Egyptology has hitherto been able to concede.
NETER MEANS PRINCIPLE OF LIFE,
AND THE TEMPLE IS ITS HOUSE