The Past Comes To Life, The Pyramids of Giza

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As the plane circled for our landing into Cairo airport, I couldn’t help but remember a time four years ago as I underwent my first past life regression.

I had regressed back to a time in Egypt several thousand years ago when I recalled teleporting from another planet, as my soul entered the earth’s atmosphere, I sensed I was forming a body by consciously gathering the minerals and elements out of the earth’s atmosphere.

As I set foot on planet earth for the first time, I had come to Sakara Egypt, a place not far from here! Now as the plane came in for its final approach, with darkness descending over the desert, looking out the window I suddenly recalled seeing the same scene I remembered from my hypnotic session. WOW!!

My mind raced back to that session, I had never been here before in this life time, there is no way I could have known what Egypt would look like at this time of day! I began to recall the things I had said and remembered during the recall, it had been a time of an awakening, a time to realize there was more to life than conventional wisdom teaches us.

As the plane landed,it passes over a large junk yard consisting of planes that have crashed, this left me feeling as nervous as a cat in a dog pound !

Little did I know then what other revelations would come to fruition during the next two weeks as I visited Sakara, Giza, and the rest of Mystical Egypt!

Why did my cameras quit functioning at King Zoshar’s pyramid, why did the inside of the Pyramid of Anus seem familiar?

Why did I feel the pyramids were much older than commonly thought by the so called experts?

All these questions and more would plague me the next several weeks as  new discoveries were made,  as  we toured Cheop’s Pyramid and partied down at the Bel-Air Motel on New Year’s Eve , a trip back in time to Luxor and Thebes, a midnight crossing of the Nile in an old ferry boat straight out of the African Queen movie,  and a day trip to Alexandria.

The author has been a writer/photographer for over thirty years. Specializing in nature and landscape photography, as well as studying native cultures.

His travels have taken him to most of the United States, as well as Australia, Belize, Egypt and the Canary Islands.

He has studied the Mayan culture of Central America as well as the aborigines of Australia. Photography has given him the opportunity to observe life in various parts of the world.

He has published several books about his adventures.

For more information, please consult his website,

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land of the pharaoh

Dating back to the land before time, Egypt continues to be a land of mystery and intrigue. Many Egyptians are still farming and earning a living today much the same way they did in ancient Egypt, almost ten thousand years ago. Most are still using irrigation water from the Nile River via the same irrigation canals used many generations ago. Not much seems to have changed in this ancient land
As I viewed the ancient Egyptian pyramids and temples, it seemed to me their civilization had digressed over time. You can’t help but wonder how the same peoples that built the pyramids, today can only build rudimentary mud huts. Homes built over 1500 years ago are like the ones constructed today.
Standing high on the plain overlooking Cairo are the pyramids of Giza. Of the nearly 70 pyramids of Egypt, these three are the most popular and well known. Reputed to be over 5,000 years old, these three landmarks have been the topic of many books, movies, and legends.
Many legends and speculation in Egyptian mythology surround the pyramids. Why were they built, and how were they built? They have been described as burial tombs for the pharaohs, and giant observatories. Speculation also exists they were ceremonial sites where the ancients performed secret rituals.


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