Ancient Egypt Mysteries Revealed in NYC
Join West on March 22 at Edgar Cayce Center in NYC for an exciting journey through geology, symbolistic Eqypt, archeoastromony/astrology and sacred geometry. His far-ranging insights into ancient mysteries—the Great Pyramid, for one—will fascinate you. West states, "A fact impressed upon every visitor to the King’s Chamber is its astounding and unique acoustics. Inside this stark granite room, empty save for the lidless granite sarcophagus, it is impossible to hold a conversation at normal speed in a normal voice. To communicate, you are obliged to speak almost in a whisper, very slowly. Otherwise, words boom, chime and amalgamate with each other. A prolonged chant in the King’s Chamber seems to set the entire structure vibrating. Could the pyramid be a gigantic “musical” instrument? Tuned to the stars, to the human voice—or both? A sacred technology designed to further their metaphysical quest for immortality?"
John Anthony West presents “A Day in Ancient Egypt” on Sunday, March 22, 10 am-6 pm at the Edgar Cayce Center, 241 West 30th St., NYC. EdgarCayceNYC.org. (212) 691-7690.
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