Edgar Cayce on Ancient Egypt
and Its Relevance Today
with Grace Yuksek
According to Edgar Cayce, the Egyptian civilization plays a major influence upon individuals even today- many of whom had lifetimes in that ancient past. From Cayce's perspective, this civilization understood the story of creation, the destiny of humankind, and one's purpose for being in the earth. It had an ongoing relationship with Atlantis and had sent emissaries to the four corners of the earth, acquiring the world's knowledge. Many of Egypt's secrets were apparently stored in an underground Hall of Records that Cayce claimed would eventually be discovered by the modern world.
In addition to learning about the purpose and value of studying the ancient past today, this program will enable you to:
- Learn about the mysterious Great Sphinx and the contents of the hidden Hall of Records
- Discover some of the great teachings of this forgotten civilization, including temples that were dedicated to transformation, rejuvenation, and longevity
- Understating that the Great Pyramid is also a time capsule of humanity's prophetic future
- Explore the evolutionary journey of souls in the earth
The program will also give you an experiential past-life journey as a means of exploring your own ancient past.
If you have an interest in Egypt, this is an event you won't want to miss!
Grace F. Yuksek
A.R.E. of Houston
7800 Amelia Road
Houston, TX 77055
For more information contact:
A.R.E. Headquarters 800-333-4499
A.R.E. of Houston 713-263-1006
The Center is located just outside 610 Loop West in the central part of Houston on the west side of town near Galleria in the Spring Branch area.
From the Intercontinental Bush Airport: Go south on I-45 toward the central business area and exit onto I-10 West and go west past the 610 Loop and then follow the directions below for I-10.
From Hobby Airport: Go north on I-45 toward the central business district to I-10 West and go west past the 610 Loop and then follow the directions below for I-10.
From the northwest on 290: Exit 34th street and go west toward Hempstead Hwy.; Cross Hempstead and the railroad tracks and immediately turn left at the light onto Wirt Rd; Continue south on Wirt past Hammerly Blvd. And turn left onto Amelia Rd. (at Tequila Sunrise sign). The Center is ½ block on the left. (The property has a chain link fence with many large trees around the metal building.) Estimated time from 290 to the Center is 5 to 10 minutes.
From the south and west on I-10 West: Off of I-10 West take the Wirt-Chimney Rock exit (761 A) and go north. Continue on Wirt Rd. past Westview Dr and Long Point Rd and turn right onto Amelia Rd. (note the Tequila Sunrise sign) The Center is ½ block on the left. (The property has a chain link fence with many large trees around the metal building.) Estimated time from I-10 to the Center is 5 to 7 minutes.
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Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013 – 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. At-door registration/bookstore opens at 8:00 a.m. . Meal break: 12:30-1:30 p.m. (restaurants within driving distance)
Register Soon! Seating is limited to the first 130