Jul 28, 2015


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Rising Up When Life Falls Apart

How do you rise up when you have lost more than you thought you had to lose? How do you avoid the contemporary pitfalls of falling into a deeper pit of depression, grasping for anything to make it look better than it is, or recreating a shiny new version of the same life you had before? We have to find an ignored inner self who stands between the Lost One who doesn't know how to go forward and the Blissed One who just wants to stay in the flow. Join host and shaman, Christina Pratt, as she explores how to go forward and cultivate a truly new life from the rubble of our old one. By co-creating with spirit through our shamanic skills we can use the dynamics of physical life to ground our visions in reality and the patterns of our emotional life to expose false beliefs. Then the mind can balance the discipline and imagination necessary to rise up anew.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Discovery Of Ancient Egyptian Temple Changes History & New Ancient Egyptian Complex Discovered

Maria Nilsson and John Ward discuss their recent find, the unearthing of a long forgotten temple at the famed Gebel el Silsila. The site, location being around 40 miles north of Aswan, was one of the incredible quarries of the ancient world, with Egyptian factions using its stone sources from the New Kingdom era (16th century BC) right till the Roman times. Maria and John will delve into what they and their team have uncovered. Was this site more than just a quarry? Or was it also a sacred location with dedicated religious structures.

About Maria Nilsson & John Ward

Dr. Maria Nilsson

Dr. Maria Nilsson, archaeologist and Mission Director of the Gebel el Silsila Epigraphic Survey Project and Lead Archaeologist at Gebel el Silsila, Egypt. Following the disputation on her doctoral thesis on Hellenistic Queen ArsinoĆ« II’s crown at Gothenburg University in 2010 Maria now focuses her research on the relatively new topic “pseudo script”, primarily Ptolemaic and Roman quarry marks in Gebel el Silsila, Egypt.

That research has now lead her to the new discovery of the lost Temple of Khenu at Gebel el Silsila, where with John Ward and her phenomenal team, they are continuing to make discoveries and expand the preservation of the site and its antiquities.

John Richard Ward

John Ward is an ancient historian, archaeologist, explorer, adventurer, author, professional Dowser, radio host and father, residing in Luxor, Egypt. Having published, presented, lectured and given workshops on his numerous articles and papers concerning his researches, John has conducted innumerable investigations pertaining to ancient Egyptian architecture and symbolism, while also carrying out research into the many mysteries surrounding medieval Templarism, the esoteric, hermetic and alchemetical teachings, and innumerable other subjects associated with ancient symbolism. Paying particular attention to the various pseudo religious/spiritual groups, secret societies, families, monarchies, and other such like notable institutions, that have governed, and regulated mankind throughout history.

Ward and Nilsson are currently surveying Egypt’s largest ancient sandstone quarries of Gebel el Silsila, south of Luxor on the Nile, officially cataloging the vast epigraphic material that has been left by man over thousands of years. John is the Assistant Director and is responsible for the topographical documentation of the ancient quarries; in particular the various techniques employed by the ancient Egyptians during the extraction and transportation processes. Maria and John are the founding trustees for the Friends of Silsila, a charitable organization that will hopefully continue to support and fund archaeological expeditions to Silsila, enabling further conservation work to take place, securing the future of this unique ancient site.



Dr. Carmen Boulter will bring us exciting news from Egypt where she will discuss a site that was rediscovered using space archeology. How old could this site be? It’s not known at this point but Dr. Boulter references Calendar of Catastrophes and recalls the historic prophecy “when the head of the crab hits the heart of the lion.” This implies a processional cycle. Ancient texts reveal that Atlantis had 3 major catastrophes. One 13,600 years ago, another 17, 500 BC, and the first one, the date is unknown. Some of these geological time frames are depicted on the ceiling of the Temple of Dendera.

About Carmen Boulter

Dr Carmen Boulter Carmen has had an unshakable passion for Egypt traveling there 25 times. Through embassy support, Carmen did extensive research in the archives of the Egyptain Museum gaining official access to the Rare Books Library of the Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University where the field notes of excavations done around the pyramids in the early 1900s are held. Carmen is the author of Angels and Archetypes: An Evolutionary Map of Feminine Consciousness. She is also is the creative fire behind The Pyramid Code. She is the Director, Producer, and writer of the series. Over the past decade, Carmen has been a university professor developing online curriculum. Her latest achievement is Interactive-U.com, an online learning and social action network.


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