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Day 13 – Preparation for 11-11-11

November 10th, 2018

Headed for the Pyramids of Giza and The Sphynx.

This morning was a 4:00 wake up, oh but not for me. I’m an eager beaver, 3:00 am for me. Sleep appears to be overrated. We headed to the Hurghada Airport for our flight to Cairo. I can’t believe just how smooth things run here with 76 people. Everything is flowing and well organized. I’m sorry to say so long to Kempinski Hotel Soma Bay and the beautiful Red Sea but 11-11-11 is nearly upon us and we need to get to the pyramids.

We landed by 0900 hrs and took buses to the magnificent Mena House which is next to the pyramids. Took some time to get all the rooms sorted from the hotel staff. I headed to my room and decided to have a nap…. much needed.

I awoke at 6:00 pm to the music from the garden wedding that was outside my room in the gardens of the Mena House. I did two sessions and then came home to have an early night. Early wake up tomorrow to do a private tour at the Sphynx. Getting so very eager for 11-11-11. I asked Yantara to put something together for the significance of this high energy place we’re at….. at this time.

Hope this helps you with this experience wherever you are:

11:11:11 The Opening of Unity Stargate across all vortices worldwide. Connecting from the Great Pyramid draws highly charged ions into the chambers and discharging through the leylines – firing the earth energy grids and activation light bodies. Downloading new stories of your life, starting a whole new chapter, abundance and expansion. Clearing old karmic energies and releasing old fear matrix. Commit to self-development and give up internal resistance and struggles to change. Embrace greater flow of ease and harmony through self-love and acceptance. Experience your 11:11:11 with Source, the Pyramids and meditate, tone and sing to celebrate!

Performed two powerful sessions tonight, now bath and bed.

Day 14 – The Big Day, 11-11-11

November 11th, 2018

Today’s the big day for a couple of reasons. For my Canadian group, Remembrance Day invoked a moment of silence at 11:11. Then, a big day for the strong energies here in Giza.

Wake up call at 4:45 and then off to witness the sunrise between the paws of the Sphinx. This was yet another private tour. We had some good meditative time here. This felt so strong for me. The great Sphinx is aligned with the Leo Constellation.

It is said that it is the Guardian of the Hall of Records which is below this great monument. Built roughly 8000 BC, the Sphinx has a human head to symbolize wisdom and animal body (lion) to represent strength. So this is why it’s called the Guardian. There have been many reports of tunnels and caverns beneath the Sphinx. It is believed that there is a tunnel underground the Sphinx that leads to the great pyramid. The energy felt very strong here compared to four years ago when I was in Egypt. Perhaps my antennae’s are just a little more polished or…..

In the hotel we are in, there are old photos, framed, showing the Sphinx before its total uncovering. So amazing how much dirt they were covered in.

We left there and went to a place where we could take pics of the three pyramids of Giza. A lot of vendors approached us. Some with wares to sell, others with camels to ride or photograph. One guy asked me to hold his camel, then left. Several camels just walking around loose. Some people were left to ride the camels on their own. It was a bit of mayhem but oh, so entertaining! 😂. The vendors get quite excited to sell their goods.

We then headed to the great pyramid, just to be outside. We will be entering it tonight as a private tour. We walked up to the opening but did not enter, though others were entering. This place was buzzing with tourists. I’m sure people came from far and wide to receive here on this special day. Feeling the gratitude for our private tours. Our tour company is the best around!!!

After that, we came back to the hotel to have breakfast. I booked a 1.5 hr massage. It was truly one of the best massages I’ve ever, ever received. Lining up for more. 😉  We then hung by the pool with some of our group. This place, Mena House, is spectacular! We gathered to have a meeting and meditation to prepare for tonight’s event. Yantara channelled Hermes and we downloaded 64 codes to activate our 30 trillion brain centres my whole face and head was tingling so intensely!

We will be entering the pyramid in two groups due to the size of our group. Our group is scheduled to go at 11:00 pm – 12:00 midnight So I decided to have a three-hour nap. A few plans got changed and we did not end up entering till 12:30 am.

It was quite warm inside there. I supercharged a few crystals that I bought while here, during the meditation. The travel up into the King’s Chamber consisted of roughly 222 of my steps. Fairly steep in some places and 1/3 of it requires a person to bend over quite a bit to walk through. If I guessed, I would say it was a 3.5’ to 4’ tall tunnel. Though other parts were very tall. The energy inside the King’s Chamber has a ++ frequency. The Queen’s Chamber, which we were unable to go into, holds a +- frequency, and below the pyramid is – – so the King’s Chamber is a very powerful place to focus on positive intentions. The King’s and Queen’s Chamber were never used as tombs as there are 2 airshafts in each space that connect to the outside. Probably the reason why I felt that it cooled off a bit while we were in there.

When we left this space after an hour and a half we got to the outside and it was really dark. The sky was lit up with stars. You could see Orion’s Constellation and the bright star of Sirius sitting directly over the apex, at least, from my angle.

There is so much information online about the history of these structures that I believe is worth looking up. It’s quite mind-blowing. Makes a person wonder so much.

I lay down my head in great appreciation for the wisdom of early civilizations, our planet, our universe, and all that life has gifted me and all of us.

Good Night

Tusbih ealaa khayir

Day 15 – Farewell to Beautiful Egypt

November 12th, 2018

Off to Sakkara Pyramid and Serapeum of Saqqara. I’m thinking ‘how can it get better than this, we just had 11-11-11 in the King’s Chamber in the Great Pyramid. So bring on the last day of this mind-blowing trip.

Today, our final day. We had a new English speaking guide come with us today. Yasser is his name. He also has great passion and knowledge. Ihab and his great tour company sure bring in incredible tour guides!

We were driving past more unfinished dwellings and Yasser pointed out that when a family member gets married, that they could build upon the house and have their home on the next level. A lot of focus on family here.

A few other points of interest:

Egypt has the climate and fertile soil to grow a lot of different crops. They grow cotton, mangoes, avocados, wheat, barley, flax, figs, melons, pomegranates, legumes, vegetables, vines (their Egyptian wine is very good), and so much more!

The Nile plays a large role in the farming industry. It is the longest river in the world, stretching 4132 miles long.

The population of Cairo is 22 million people. You can see this in the streets and the ways in which they live here. Not so many houses, but more condo living.

There are 118 pyramids in Egypt. The largest being the pyramid in Giza, the second largest is Sakkara.

The most ancient calendar, though incomplete, was found in the Solar Temple here in Abusir, which is a set of pyramids that lie in the ‘extensive pyramid field’ that stretches from north of Giza past Saqqara. This calendar dates back to 2400 bc.

Yasser spoke of Imhotep (means the he who walks in peace) from Komombo Temple, who is said to be the first medicine doctor. The people loved him for the healing work he did. The workers that were helping to build the pyramids would often have dust on their lungs and developed diseases related to this. So he used opium, etc. very specific to each person. He would test each person specifically and adjust the medicines according to each individual.

Studies on mummies also showed that the ancient Egyptians had performed brain surgeries, open heart surgeries, cataract surgeries and even fillings on teeth.

Saqqara (Ptah Soker) was the name of the God honoured here. He was married to Sekhmet. I’m excited to be going here as I really like Sekhmet. Strong connection with her from my last visit to Egypt.

Yasser mentioned there were no horses and camels in Egypt before 1900 bc. Arabs introduced camels in 7th-century BC. and donkeys, even later. They’re sure used a lot here now. So if there were no beasts of burden, then how were the rocks delivered for the structures here. Hmmmmmmm 🤔

Hathor and Bes were also known as big healers. They were often together. King Tut was sick a lot. Bes was engraved on the headboard of King Tut.

This drive offered a lot of information, now we have arrived at Serapeum. It looks like nothing but open desert. Nothing but a few signs around and a couple of small structures, vendors, office, toilet. We went for a short walk and came upon an opening down into the ground. WOW!!!!!!!!!! I’m saying that with great excitement. There were corridors heading in many directions that had huge areas of the largest sarcophagi I’ve seen. Made of granite and the largest weighing in at 90 tons. 27 of these granite structures in total. They feel to me like they are incredibly powerful energy batteries. I have never felt anything so strong. It was so intense! We gathered around the largest one and meditated and toned for a bit. These energies are shooting out into portal openings through the ground. (my thoughts only). Huge activation site. Strongest, for me, by far. I felt like I was being recharged and downloaded that which self had forgotten. I want to come back here. Blew my mind! Yantara and I shared our familiar experiences. When we were taking pictures the orbs were so intense as well as shooting beams of light. When I shared my thoughts with Yasser he agreed that it was a charging centre to some degree. It is believed that it was a burial place of Apis bulls, sacred bulls that were incarnations of the ancient Egyptian deity Ptah. I need to spend more time here I feel.

We then headed to Saqqara pyramid. Some time was spent outside in this area. A lot of restoration work is being done here. Last time we were able to go inside but this has been closed since, due to its instability.

We then went to an outdoor restaurant for lunch. A woman was making flatbread in an outdoor stone oven. Everything was very delicious.

We arrived back at the hotel and some got off the bus whilst others went shopping to the place where they sell their incredible Egyptian cotton. I decided to forego this shopping and instead and start the task of packing, as I head to the airport tonight.

We all gathered at 8:00 pm for a farewell party outside in one of the courtyards. We had beautiful music and jaw-dropping entertainment by Tanoura dancing performed by men. We were amazed, never saw anything like it. They wore these skirts and twirled repeatedly. These skirts light up, come up overhead and spin by the arm from the waistline. Hard to explain but they are very heavy and several were worn at a time. I know they were heavy as I was lead up to the dance floor by one of the dancers and one was put on my shoulders. I started to spin and the dress gave a haphazard attempt to come along and spin with me. I gave it my best spins until I thought I should stop before I might get dizzy and fall. So I just created a few steps of my own. 🤪. So much laughter all night long. We indulged In some incredible food and great music and then some good regular dancing before I had to say my goodbyes and run off like Cinderella off to the carriage (ok it was a bus) with two others to the airport. Catching the flight at 2:00 am. What a spectacular send-off!!!!!!

Farewell to beautiful Egypt. ‘Til I come back again…. and I will, I will see you in my unforgettable memories.