Congratulations. You clicked on an article that many would immediately balk at or turn away from. Why is that?
Is it because you listen to Joe Rogan’s podcast and you’ve heard him rave about John Anthony West and the Magical Egypt series. Perhaps it’s because you’re intrigued the unsolved mysteries of Egypt and you want to learn more. Maybe you were intrigued by the ideas within The Pyramid Code series. Or maybe… Maybe it’s because you felt this incredible pull to click on the title because you felt that there was something in here — some idea or information — that sits here especially for you…
Whatever the reason, you’re obviously a truth seeker. Kudos to you.
You may also be here because you just want to know if you can buy the Magical Egypt series without remorse. In that case, you have a healthy balance between skepticism and impulse shopping. So, bravo to you as well! If you’re eager to keep pushing the envelope of reality by sweeping away the debris of lies and illusion to reveal new and ancient truths, then I can assure you that it’s worth it to suck up the cost.
As someone who is constantly reading about new scientific discoveries and has recently become obsessed with teachings and practices of ancient Egypt, I am not happy with just any book or documentary. In order for me to be impressed, I need in-depth information, hard-backed theories, and mind-expanding ideas that ring with truth and potentiality. I’ve always felt drawn to Egyptologist John Anthony West — the inspiration behind the series– so I knew it was going to be as good a watch as The Pyramid Codes. However, I had no idea that John and the Magical Egypt team would explore the same territory as The Pyramid Code, but expose even more detail and uncover even more of Ancient Egypt’s mysteries.
Let me give you a taste of the magical Egypt experience that awaits you…
The Temples And Pyramids
The design of Egypt’s most sacred temples was no accident. Traditional Egyptologists attribute their grandeur to aesthetics, but experts with various fields have revealed that they are perfectly designed to produce specific sound frequencies. Author and researcher Christopher Dunn — a longtime engineer with experience in everything from machining and tool making to designing and using laser technology — has been studying the architecture and craftsmanship of ancient Egypt for the last three decades.
His expert knowledge has revealed a whole new side of ancient civilization. He has revealed that objects which archaeologists claimed to be vases or other simple items actually have a precise engineering design which implies that they aren’t vases, but pieces and parts of equipment and machines. His studies of the pyramids of Giza reveal that the pyramid design utilizes metals, crystals, materials, and water in such a way, that they were (and still are) amplifiers. The design suggests that the pyramids were engineered to deliberately harness and even generate energy. The pyramids which early Egyptologists brushed off as gargantuan tombs may have actually been machines!
The significance of this ancient technology and design can’t be stressed enough. As John Anthony West shares in Magical Egypt, Dynastic Egypt suddenly appears around 3000 B.C. with sciences like astronomy and mathematics already developed. It seems that the centuries following 3000 BC bring the mastery of these sciences to life through the radically-advanced art and architecture which baffles the experts of today.
There are the sculptures impeccably carved from rock-hard diorite. Stone vases which were somehow hollowed and shaped. And let’s not forget the Great Pyramid of Giza and the 2.5-ton blocks of granite and limestone which were somehow cut, lifted, transported, lifted, and then set into place with razor-angle precision. All of this from a civilization which is said to have nothing more than crude copper tools.
As advanced as we like to think we are, there isn’t a single engineer capable of replicating the pyramids of Egypt. The massive machinery and tools we possess today couldn’t pull off the feats done during Egypt’s so-called “primitive times.” Magical Egypt featured expert Geologist Robert M. Schoch stresses that natural evidence dates the building of the sphinx as late as 5,000 or even 10,000 B.C. but no one can explain how this could even be done around the original guesstimated building date of 2,500 B.C.
How can this be explained? Well, the Egyptologists of time’s past proclaimed that it was all possible thanks to pharaohs with egos the size of the sun, a glorious civilization with a population consisting almost entirely of slaves, and a whole lot of copper chisels. Because dictator + arrogant pride + simple tools + enslavement = Glory. I promise you, the theories presented in Magical Egypt have far more logic and evidence than that.
The Great Minds Of History
Some of the most brilliant intellectuals of history have ties to the occult arts of Egypt. Some of Greece’s most famous intellectuals like Pythagoras, Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle are reputed to have been initiates of Egypt’s mystery schools, and some (like Pythagoras) actually studied in the land of Egypt. In fact, historical evidence suggests that Greece’s famous philosophies were based upon teachings from ancient Egypt (though infused with a very heavy dose of logic).
Other brilliant individuals like Paracelsus, Robert Boyle, and Isaac Newton are famous for their connections to alchemy (as in, al-Khem which means of Khem– Khem being the name of Egypt before it was changed by the Greeks). Leonardo da Vinci, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Rene Descartes, and Napoleon Bonaparte also have ties to Egypt through off-shoots of its mystery schools teachings via Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry.
In fact…. I have read books from a number of sources which claim that Egypt’s mysteries influenced no one other than Jesus Christ. It’s proposed that his “lost years” were devoted to the study and practice of sacred teachings of Egypt, as well as India and more. There are people who profess that Jesus didn’t just study in Egypt, but that he was an initiate of Egypt’s mystery schools. In fact, it’s been claimed that his initiation took place in none other than the Great Pyramid of Giza.
I know. That’s one heck of the story. Sadly, many texts and oral knowledge which would offer evidence that may support these ideas were vanquished by the burning and murdering of religious conquests. Thus, proving any such claims and theories unless you have access to the Vatican or monastery libraries which have somehow remained intact. There is one thing we can know for sure though… Egypt has intrigued eyes with its art and architecture, just as it has captivated minds with its teachings and sciences.
Symbolism And Meaning
The vast collection of carvings, writings, and sculptures of the Egyptians have been described by Egyptologists as being a result of an “obsession with death” and an insatiable urge to show off. Silly Egyptologists!
Today’s exploration of Egyptian symbolism, practices, and beliefs couldn’t possibly be assessed in a single statement. The purpose of their vast and detailed writings and depictions are so profound and complex, that the modern history book on Egypt makes better toilet paper than educational text.
The art of this ancient and glorious civilization is one such example. Season Two of Magical Egypt takes the intrigue of ancient Egyptian art to reality-shaking heights. Studies by artist Brad Klausen and Chance Gardner (the director of M.E.) reveal shocking similarities between ancient sculptures and symbols and specialized organs of the body. In some cases, these presumed aesthetic art pieces are an artistic clone of vital glands and systems of the brain which are linked to higher consciousness.
Symbolism and meaning are expanded upon further by experts like Robert Bauval, Graham Hancock, Robert Schoch, and Laird Scranton who have studied within fields like Quantum Physics, Metaphysics, Astronomy, Ancient Civilizations, and Computer Coding. Their research and knowledge reveal an entirely new interpretation of Egypt’s “obsession” with art and writing.
There are temples which light up on specific days of the year, allowing for the sun’s light to illuminate the detailed writings and carvings to suddenly and completely be seen. Temples and structures with specific alignments to particular constellations. There are even glyphs which perfectly represent scientific principles involving Quantum theories and organs with ancient ties to consciousness and the energetic body. All of this from a primitive time and people???
Ancient Egypt’s hieroglyphic system takes the complexity and mystery of symbology to a surprising and unexpected. A single glyph — which have traditionally been presumed to represent a word or idea — may be represented with a number of variations. Traditional Egyptologists brushed this off as a stylistic tweak due to changing times and new scribes, however, today’s rebellious researchers and field workers are saying that the variations of a glyph are no accident. They stress that these variations were intentional because they represented different angles of the expressed idea, thus expressing other layers of meaning. Initiates and truth seekers who have studied Egypt’s sacred teachings can understand the significance and meaning represented by glyph variations. More than that, reading the glyph is said to able to give initiates access to even deeper and more profound knowledge.
The last two decades have taken our understanding of Egyptian hieroglyphs to an even higher level thanks to researcher and author Laird Scranton.
As a software designer, he was highly skilled in comparing and deciphering computer program codes. When his interest and studies in the Dogon of Africa led to him noticing uncanny similarities between Dogon symbols and Egyptian hieroglyphs, he paired his coding skills with the Dogon knowledge shared with him and was able to provide a groundbreaking new take on Egyptian hieroglyphs. Scranton’s work over the last twenty years has been invaluable to understanding the messages that cover Egypt’s temples.
Both seasons of Magical Egypt devote an entire episode to Scranton in which he divulges the incredible knowledge Egypt possessed within the scientific field of Quantum Physics. You won’t believe that a civilization from the BC era could know so much about such an advanced and mysterious science. Actually, they knew more than the physicists of today. It sounds impossible, but the evidence Scranton shares makes it impossible to pass off as mere chance. Watch it and see for yourself.
The incredible thing about the Magical Egypt series is that you realize how “the Patriarchy” fabricates the lens through which humanity has viewed — and still continued to view — the world around us. The idea of the Pharaoh may be the ultimate example of this.
We know the great kings of ancient Egypt as “Pharaohs.” Amazingly, this word isn’t Egyptian. Stephen Mehler — rebel Egyptologist and author of The Land of Osiris — explains that both the word “pharaoh” and the concept of pharaoh — came from the Greeks and their king-ruled and male-dominated society.
It gets crazier because experts like those featured in Magical Egypt stress that the Egyptians didn’t have a word for “king.” Even more shocking? They stress that the pharaoh was NOT a king who served as a dictator and ran the empire. Actually, this mysterious civilization thrived not on kingship but a theocracy. The pharaoh was not a ruler, but a spiritual leader who was initiated in Egypt’s highest order of spiritual teachings.
This realm of ancient Egypt goes DEEP. And the significance and importance of this aspect of Egyptian teachings are such that it stands to forever change the way you see the world and your understanding of “reality.” If you feel the pull to learn more, then consider reading the book Sacred Science: The King Of Pharaonic Theocracy. It was written by the fascinating R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz — the inspiration and backbone behind John Anthony West’s own explorations of Egypt.
Schwaller’s lifetime only spanned from 1887-1961, but his study of “New Physics,” Theosophy, Occultism, Esoterism, Sacred Geometry, and his exploration of consciousness allowed him to shed a bright new light on ancient Egypt. Take it hint from our pal John and read what Schwaller has to say about Egypt.
The idea of Egyptian pharaohs being spiritual leaders is quite a mind blow. It gets even better though ladies. Magical Egypt lightly touches on the topic of women and shares some fascinating things, but pair your ME binge with a little YouTube wisdom from the late and dear Abd el Hakim Awyan and you’ll really have your pants blown off. As a Native Egyptian and academically-trained archaeologist, “Papa Hakim” had the benefits of a modern westernized education plus vital insights into Egypt’s culture and traditions. Even more important, he was a Wisdom Keeper.
As a Wisdom Keeper, Hakim was both educated and entrusted with the revered traditions and sacred wisdom of his people. This wisdom had been passed down orally to ensure that the sacred teachings lived on without falling into corrupt hands. Interestingly, his role as Wisdom Keeper was not granted to him by birth. It was his sister who was intended to fill this revered position, for women were entrusted with the keeping and passing of the secret wisdom. When she died, the elders of Hakim’s village — seeing his potential — imparted this most important honor and duty upon Hakim.
Thanks to his vast training and experience in both archaeology and Egyptian tradition, Hakim has been able to compare, contrast, and explain the great mysteries and misconception of Egypt. One of the greatest misconceptions of ancient Egyptian society is revealed by what we see as the shining gold star of Egypt — the pharaoh. Hakim explains that the word “pharaoh” came from the Greeks based on the Coptic term “per-aa,” which Hakim translates as “high house” or “great house.” As we all know, the pharaoh served as the face of the high house. However, it’s only now being revealed that this honor was not his due to gender or royal birthright. Actually… The pharaoh’s position in the “high house” was all thanks to his queen.
Yes. Not only was the pharaoh a spiritual leader instead of a dictator, but Egypt was matriarchal and the civilization revered the powers of the feminine.
Women were respected as the head of the household and served as high priestesses. Women were the holders of property, money, and title, and it was through them that males acquired their wealth and prominence. It sounds like an outrageous claim given what we have been told about ancient Egypt, but when you realize that the early “discoveries” of this civilization came from male archaeologists raised in a male-dominated society, it’s a given that the “understanding” of ancient Egypt was based on interpretations and opinions born from minds that had only ever known patriarchy.
And let’s not forget that society in the 1800’s and 1900’s had the idea that women were unworthy of property, education, and intelligence — nevertheless a position as a spiritual leader. And certainly not as a self-realized goddess!
I could go on and on about ancient Egypt all day, but if you’re STILL reading this, then you obviously need to watch Magical Egypt so you can experience the amazing paradigm-shaking that you’re so hungry for. As I type this, there’s a Magical Egypt “Catch Up Special” that offers seasons one and two for $79 streaming, or for $139 for DVD. You may be balking at the price, but I can assure you that the experience of watching this series will beat the experience of drinking downtown, twerking at a pop concert, or slurping a month’s worth of frappucinos.
If you’re dissatisfied with reality as you’ve been taught it to be…
If you have a feeling that something is missing that you just can’t shake…
If you drive yourself mad with the idea that there’s got to be more to life…
If you’re STILL reading this because you feel this undeniable and unstoppable pull to learn more…
Well, take the hint and watch it already. You know you won’t regret it.
*A special thanks to Vanese of Magical Egypt for providing me with all the photos