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Explore Ancient Mysticism, Methods of Enlightenment,
and Your Star Traveler Self

Atlantis, Lemuria, Egypt, and More . . . Ancient Mysteries!
with John Van Auken

 
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Program Description

John-Van-Auken-Action014Mark your calendars now to enjoy a rich day with one of Edgar Cayce’s ancient mysteries experts—the popular teacher John Van Auken. Learn about your soul’s ancient experiences and how these past lives affect your present talents, relationships, circumstances, and, of course, your karma (good and bad). John brings a wealth of information, insight, and amazing slides that reveal the effects of reincarnation from ancient soul experiences in Atlantis, Lemuria, and Egypt—even in starry realms beyond Earth! His storytelling skills are now legendary, as he has been sharing tales of ancient peoples for nearly 40 years. You’ll take a journey into your soul’s earliest experiences, when we were “the Morning Stars that sang together” as we descended from heavenly realms into this physical world and physical bodies. Learn how to awaken to your deeper, immortal self and once again enjoy heavenly energies in this present, purposeful incarnation. Your soul sought to enter this present life, now take it to see a visual journey through its classical sojourns.

During this day you'll see images and hear details about:
  • Edgar Cayce's Ancient World and People
  • Atlantis, Lemuria, Egypt, the Mayan World, India, and more
  • Ancient Mysticism and Methods of Enlightenment
  • How Your Soul has Journeyed through Many Dimensions
  • Your Star Traveler Self and its Mission and Destiny
  • Relationships that have Carried Over into this Life

John will show some of the rarest images from Egypt, the Mayan Cosmos, and ancient India. He will present mind-expanding concepts from the amazing Edgar Cayce visions of our celestial nature now living temporarily in this terrestrial world. And from his book, Edgar Cayce's Tales of Ancient Egypt (with over 80 illustrations), he’ll tell marvelous stories of those times and peoples, and how these tales relate to us and our lives today.

“ . . . there are no shortcuts to knowledge, to wisdom, to
understanding—these must be lived, must be experienced
by each and every soul.” Edgar Cayce reading 830-2

PAST ATTENDEES SAY:

"He really speaks with wisdom. It’s a joy to hear his message."

"Great presentation—enlightening and stimulating."

"John really knows how to connect with his audience."

Speaker
John Van Auken

 

Directions

PROGRAM LOCATION:
Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. Houston Center
7800 Amelia Road
Houston, TX 77055

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.

Directions:
From Intercontinental Bush Airport: Go south on I-45 toward the central business area and exit onto I-10 West. Go west past the 610 Loop, 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. Go west past the 610 Loop, then follow the directions below for I-10.

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. Turn right onto Amelia Rd. The Center is ½ block on the left. (The property has a chain-link fence with many large trees around a metal building.) Estimated time from I-10 to the Center is 5 to 7 minutes.

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. The Center is ½ block on the left. (The property has a chain-link fence with many large trees around a metal building.) Estimated time from 290 to the Center is 5 to 10 minutes.


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Time  

Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014 – 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. At-door registration/bookstore opens at 9:00 a.m. Meal break: 1:00–2:30 p.m. (restaurants within driving distance).


 

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