PRE-DYNASTIC EGYPT — PLACES OF THE FIRST TIME
During our Prophets Conference 2009 Shamanic Sojourn in Egypt with Hank Wesselman and Jill Kuykendall, we will be connecting not only with the Egyptian spiritual sites but with the ancient pre-Egyptian great mysteries, the gods and places of “The First Time.”
In Graham Hancock’s groundbreaking book Fingerprints of the Gods he points out that: "According to Heliopolitan theology, the nine original gods who appeared in Egypt in the First Time were Ra, Shu, Tefnut, Geb, Nut, Osiris, Isis, Nepthys and Set. The offspring of these deities included well-known figures such as Horus and Anubis." According to Hancock and other reliable researchers, these beings of the First Time and their amazing constructions predate the traditional and entrenched perspectives of today’s standard Egyptological texts. These powerful and mysterious First Time beings and master builders are shown to have been active on Earth some 10,000 or so years B.C., thousands of years before the recognized Egyptian dynasties. These beings constructed with enormous stone blocks as seen at the Valley Temple and the base stones of the Pyramids in Giza and in other ancient and powerful locations throughout the world. Even with today’s technology these constructions would prove impossible. The actual dating of the Sphinx also shows, through water erosion analysis, to have also been of the First Time era.
Part of the Osireion complex
During our Egypt Sojourns we will be going back to immerse ourselves in the First Time with private entrances to the King’s Chamber of the Great Pyramid and the Sphinx enclosure, but one of the First Time Egyptian sites that appears to be the most ancient and powerful of them all is the Osireion at Abydos where we will attune ourselves into the Great Mystery. The oldest example in the world of the “Flower of Life” symbol is in the Osireion. The symbol can be found in all major religions of the world, containing the patterns of creation as they emerged from the "Great Void". The water in the Osireion has brought about many healings as are described in the book The Search for OMM SETY by Jonathan Cott, a book highly recommended by Hank Wesselman.
Flower of Life image in Abydos
Through the shamanic journey work with Hank and Jill we will move into expanded understanding of past greatness on our planet and open ourselves to our present greatness, to our possible past lives, and to our place in this dimension and others. We will find that we are much more than we have been mislead to accept, and we will mentally, emotionally and spirituality open to our greater Reality.
There is still space for you to join the 2009 Shamanic Sojourn in Egypt and information is available at www.greatmystery.org/events/egyptSW.html.
||Hank Wesselman, Ph.D., is an anthropologist who holds advanced degrees from the University of California at Berkeley and the University of Colorado at Boulder. He served in the US Peace Corps in the 1960s, living and working among people of the Yoruba tribe in Western Nigeria, where he first became interested in indigenous spiritual traditions. Since 1971, he has conducted field research with an international group of scientists, exploring eastern Africa's Great Rift Valley in search of answers to the mystery of human origins--scientific investigation that has allowed him to spend much of his life living and working with traditional peoples, rarely, if ever, visited by outsiders. He is also a shamanic teacher and healer now in the 26th year of his apprenticeship. Dr Wesselman has taught for the University of California at San Diego, the University of Hawaii at Hilo's West Hawaii campus, California State University at Sacramento, American River College, Sierra College, as well as for Kiriji Memorial College and Adeola Odutola College in western Nigeria. His published books include Spirit Medicine: Healing in the Sacred Realms (2004, with Jill Kuykendall), The Journey to the Sacred Garden (2003), as well as his autobiographical trilogy: Spiritwalker (1995), Medicinemaker (1998), and Visionseeker (2001). Hank is also the author of a children's book: The Story of Little Ruth Reddingford and the Wolf. www.sharedwisdom.com|
||Jill Kuykendall, RPT, is a transpersonal medical practitioner trained in physical therapy at the University of California, San Francisco. She also holds a degree in psychology from the University of California at Berkeley. Jill worked in a cute-care rehabilitation and home health within the standard medical paradigm for most of the past 25 years and is currently in private practice, specializing in a transpersonal healing modality called soul retrieval. She is the author (with her husband Hank Wesselman) of Spirit Medicine: Healing in the Sacred Realms.|