Egypt ...onsite research during Edgar Cayce's A.R.E. tour in 2008 of that ancient land of mystery
Deborah Richmond Foulkes embarked upon her first research trip to Egypt in October 2008, traveling with the A.R.E. group of the Edgar Cayce Association for Research and Enlightenment. The legendary John Van Auken led the tour and shared his incredible insights into the lives of ancient Egyptians.
During the time Deborah spent in Egypt, she rode a camel to the pyramids at Giza and climbed the interior of the Great Pyramid, taking photos in the Queen’s Chamber as well as the King’s Chamber. She also toured the Valley of the Kings, Luxor Temple and many other historic locations.
From her research into past lives, Deborah believes that for all our incarnations, at least one likely took place in Egypt. "Spirit showed me visions and details of a prior life that made me more than a little curious,” she said during a recent lecture on Proving Reincarnation through Mediumship.
The pyramids at Giza tell the stories of the kings of Egypt...follow their paths; climbing through the passageways that emulate the challenges and struggles of their lives
In the Valley of the Kings across the Nile from Luxor, archeological digs continue; finding the carvings and painting in the tombs of kings that depicted their lives on earth in preparation for their time in Spirit, the next world
A photo op sitting on a camel turned into a 45 minute ride into the desert to reach the pyramids.
An Egyptian works with alabaster from a local mine outside of Luxor
The Citadel in Cairo reminds us of the great warrior souls who supported Salah al-Din during the Crusades; lifetimes of warriors have passed through these ancient lands
Karnak Temple at night
Colossus of Memnon - Luxor, Egypt were the guardians of an ancient temple
What a privilege and sacred honor to have Dr. Hawass personally provide the A.R.E. group private access to the grounds surrounding the ancient Sphinx