Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt Tour II

I am excited and can’t wait to be in Egypt again in March on my Lost Technologies Tour of ancient Egypt! There are still a few places left for you to join me, Robert Vawter, Mohamed Ibrahim, Eric Wilson, Carmen Miller and other like-minded seekers of truth.

    Tour Summary

  • 16 days
  • Joining
  • Cairo, Luxor, Aswan, Alexandria, Giza, Sohag, Qena, Sharqia
  • Daily
From $4,700.00 Per Person

Details

Chris Dunn, author of: "The Giza Power Plant" and "Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt" (now published in Arabic), will guide another group to examine the hard evidence that he discusses in both his books while holding discussions about reasonable, down-to-earth explanations for the anomalies and artifacts that are found throughout Egypt. Leading discussions on this topic is sound engineer Robert Vawter. Robert has spent a lifetime working with concert and theatrical sound systems in live venues large and small as well as recording studios. He also has a degree in Archaeology, and has spent decades studying ancient Egypt and the pyramids. In 1997, Robert mapped the frequencies found within the SenNeferU pyramid at Dashur, from which he composed “The SeNeferU Sequence”. His work has been cited in numerous books, including "The Giza Power Plant". Facilitating and guiding this tour is well-known and charismatic Egyptian Egyptologist, Mohamed Ibrahim. Mohamed is one of a new breed of Egyptian Egyptologists who respects his roots and the education he received in university, but also accepts that there is much more to learn about his ancestors’ technical accomplishments. Mohamed, who is an expert at reading hieroglyphs, will provide historical and cultural context throughout the tour.

Activities

Classic Tour

Languages

English Language

Location

Cairo, Luxor, Aswan, Alexandria, Giza, Sohag, Qena, Sharqia,

General Info

Chris Dunn, author of: "The Giza Power Plant" and "Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt" (now published in Arabic), will guide another group to examine the hard evidence that he discusses in both his books while holding discussions about reasonable, down-to-earth explanations for the anomalies and artifacts that are found throughout Egypt. Leading discussions on this topic is sound engineer Robert Vawter. Robert has spent a lifetime working with concert and theatrical sound systems in live venues large and small as well as recording studios. He also has a degree in Archaeology, and has spent decades studying ancient Egypt and the pyramids. In 1997, Robert mapped the frequencies found within the SenNeferU pyramid at Dashur, from which he composed “The SeNeferU Sequence”. His work has been cited in numerous books, including "The Giza Power Plant". Facilitating and guiding this tour is well-known and charismatic Egyptian Egyptologist, Mohamed Ibrahim. Mohamed is one of a new breed of Egyptian Egyptologists who respects his roots and the education he received in university, but also accepts that there is much more to learn about his ancestors’ technical accomplishments. Mohamed, who is an expert at reading hieroglyphs, will provide historical and cultural context throughout the tour.
Our team will meet you upon arrival in Cairo - arrange for your visas and guide you through the airport and through immigration to collect baggage, and then to an air-conditioned modern coach for transfer to our five star hotel looking up at the awe-inspiring Pyramids on the Giza Plateau. At around 7:00 PM we will all meet in a conference room for introductions and distribution of materials to use during the tour. This will be followed by a welcome dinner.
After breakfast we will visit the most famous monument in Egypt, The Great Pyramids of Giza. We will explore around the Great Pyramid and then drive to the Second Pyramid where we will visit the Mortuary Temple and Valley Temple. From inside the Valley Temple we will enter a short cut to the Sphinx. After lunch we will have the chance to visit one of the essential oils centers in the area. Upon returning to Le Meridien Pyramids, after resting and an evening meal, we will meet in a conference room and have a joint lecture and discussion with Mohamed Ibrahim, Robert Vawter, Hamed El Gendy and Chris Dunn. As in our previous tour, guests will be encouraged to add to the discussion with questions and/or their own knowledge and expertise.
This morning we will board the motor coach after breakfast and drive to the north east of Egypt to visit two interesting and infrequently sites in Egypt, Tel Basta and the lost city of Tanis. These two sites are not being visited by many tourists, in spite of their beauty and importance, but we will explore them and explain everything about them. Tanis was a site used in the movie, Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark. Tel Basta is the city of Bastet (the cat) and there was a megalithic temple of her made entirely from granite, we will see a giant statue for Princess Meritamun.
In the morning we have private permission to visit Abu Rawash Pyramid to see an artifact that has been named, the New Rosetta Stone. This artifact proves that Mega Machines were used in ancient Egypt. After our visit to Abu Rawash, we will drive to Alexandria. Overnight Alexandria Hotel (B L)
In ancient times, Alexandria was home to the famed Alexandria Library. We will visit many examples of Greek influence – by way of Catacombs Kom El Shoqafa, Pompey’s Pillar, and the Roman Amphitheatre. We will enjoy a very delicious sea food meal before driving back to Cairo. Overnight Marriot Mena House Hotel - Giza. (B L)
After breakfast we will drive to Dahshur, where we will experience the acoustic resonance in the Bent Pyramid and the Red Pyramid. Robert Vawter will describe his research into the resonant frequencies he discovered here which he used in his recording. Following this visit we will stop for lunch at the Sakkara Palm Club on our way to Saqqara, home of the Step Pyramid attributed to King Djoser. While at Saqqara we will have private access a profound and mysterious place that few people visit as it is closed to the public. We will also will visit the technological miracle of the Serapeum, a huge subterranean complex where Chris will explain why he refers to the massive boxes within it confines as a smoking gun of advanced technology. Overnight Marriot Mena House Hotel - Giza. (B L)
Following breakfast and a 50 minute flight to Sohag International Airport, we will take a short drive to the Temple of Abydos, a very important city for the Ancient Egyptians. It is where they used to do the pilgrimage every year and is the city of Osiris, the lord of the afterlife. While there we will go deeper into the temple and be drawn into bright sunshine and the confines of the famous Osirian - a remarkable subterranean structure that is built from massive precisely cut and fitted blocks of granite. Egyptologists think it is a memorial cenotaph to Osiris. Following our visit, we will check into the House of Life Hotel, have lunch then enjoy free time for the rest of the day. Overnight House of Life Hotel, Abydos (L, B)
After breakfast and checking out of the hotel, we will visit the incredible Temple of Hathor at Denderah. Temple of Hathor was one of the main healing centers in Ancient Egypt. The carvings of the ceiling of Hathor temple according to scholars represent the cosmos. This structure sits like a jewel in the desert and displays extraordinary precision in its construction. Enjoy the intricate Star maps depicted on the ceilings and the colorful pantheon within the architraves in the magnificent Hypostyle Hall. Go deeper into the temple and find more amazing nooks and crannies waiting to reveal their mysteries. We will also be able to visit the famous subterranean Crypt, known for its plethora of bas-relief wall carvings, such as the "Denderah Lightbulb". Before, during and after this visit, Chris will explain more "hidden in plain sight" secrets of this amazing Temple. After visiting Denderah, we will be transported to Luxor where we will check into the Steigenberger Nile Palace Hotel and have lunch by the Nile. Following lunch, for the rest of the day you are free to explore Luxor on your own. Take a carriage ride, shop, sail on a Feluca, and/or visit the Luxor Museum. For dinner you may choose among many fine local dining establishment that serve a variety of local and international cuisine. Perhaps you would like to follow the path of Howard Carter and have a drink in the Winter Palace bar. After working in the Valley of the King's, where he discovered the famous tomb of King Tutankhamun, Carter would meet his benefactor, Lord Carnarvon, here for drinks before dinner. Overnight Steigenberger Nile Palace Hotel, Luxor (B)
After breakfast, and check out, we will embark on our exploration of the sites on the West Bank including The Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut’s Temple, the Colossi of Memnon and the Ramesseum. Then we’ll drive to the cruise ship, The Esmerelda, our floating palace on the Nile where we will be assigned our berths, have lunch and relax. Later, if so inclined and with time available, guests may do some shopping before our evening visit to the famous Luxor Temple. This temple houses some of the most magnificent artifacts in Egypt. The many Statues of Ramses II display an incredibly precise geometry and symmetry that can be considered the hallmark of advanced manufacturing techniques. Overnight Esmerelda Nile Cruise Ship (B.L.D)
Today we will get an early start after breakfast and spend the entire morning at the Karnak Temple and see numerous Ramses II statues, as well as the “trunkless legs of stone”, referred to by Greek historian Diodorus Siculus who quoted in his writings: .... “King of Kings Ozymandias am I. If any want to know how great I am and where I lie, let him outdo me in my work". There are many examples of ancient technology to be seen here as well as places that are rarely being visited by tourists, like The Open Air Museum. We will visit the unique Sekhmet Chapel that has been hailed by many who have visited as profoundly influencing and powerful. A usual highlight when visiting the Karnak Temple, is to experience the Musical Obelisk! Hear its ring for yourself and discuss the resident frequencies with Robert Vawter. As a special treat, we will be joined by the Director of the Karnak Temple, Al Tayieb Ghareeb who will provide us with up to date information on the excavations and exciting discoveries being made around Luxor. Following we will drive back to the cruise ship, cast off, and set sail on our Nile Cruise. Overnight Esmerelda Nile Cruise Ship (B.L.D)
We will stop at Kom Ombo, where we’ll visit the twin temples dedicated to the crocodile Neter, Sobek and Horus, the Elder. Crocodile mummies are on display in the Crocodile Museum nearby. Embark and set sail to Aswan. Overnight Esmerelda Nile Cruise Ship (B.L.D)
We will take a motorboat to the enchanting Island of Philae, after which we will explore the famous Aswan Quarry that is home to the 1,200 ton Unfinished Obelisk. Following this stimulating examination of evidence we will sail to the Nubian Village where we will have lunch. As on previous tours, an opportunity may arise on the way back for guests to have a dip in the Nile. Overnight Esmerelda Nile Cruise Ship (B.L.D)
After an early breakfast, we will drive to the magnificent temples of Abu Simbel. Upon returning to Aswan we will take a motorboat to Elephantine Island. Elephantine Island has a fine example of brilliant ancient stone cutting. Though seemingly in disarray, as though forcefully moved from its original position, a shrine that is precision crafted out of a single block of Aswan Granite will grab your attention. Following our visits, we will check into the Helnan Hotel in Aswan. Overnight Helnan Hotel, Aswan (B)
Following a morning flight to Cairo, we will visit the new Grand Egyptian Museum. Also known as The Giza Museum, the museum is almost four football fields in size and is envisaged as a cultural complex of activities devoted to Egyptology with a children’s museum, conference and education facilities, a large conservation center and extensive gardens. Following our visit we will check into the famous Mena House and settle in for the rest of the tour in a royal facility that was a favorite destination for King Farouk. There's nothing like an evening meal under the shadow of the Great Pyramid. As his time allows, Hamed El Gendy will join us for the Cairo itinerary of the rest of our journey. Overnight Marriot Mena House, Giza (B)

In the morning we have private permission to visit Abusir and Abu Ghorab. These sites are closed to the public, but we will have the privilege of visiting there where many amazing stone artifacts exist that display advanced machining techniques. After lunch we will then visit the Giza Plateau, home of the Great Pyramid and Sphinx, Sphinx Temple and Valley Temple which includes exclusive private visit down the Osiris Shaft under the causeway. This incredibly mysterious site was featured in the "Opening of the Lost Tomb" in 2001. Then at 4:00 PM we will have a private visit inside the Great Pyramid, followed by a farewell dinner and group meeting. Overnight Marriot Mena House Hotel - Giza. (B.D)
Cairo Airport -- Departure

5 Stars Deluxe

5 Stars Deluxe
In Cairo
Marriott Mena House
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Includes

Three nights at Le Meridien 5 star Giza (B.B) One night The Alexandria Hotel Alexandria (B.B) One night The House of Life Hotel Abydos (B.B) One night The Steigenberger Hotel 5 star Luxor (B.B) Four nights on Nile Cruise 5 star Luxor - Aswan (F.B) One night The Helnan Hotel 5 star Aswan (B.B) Four nights at the Mena House 5 star (B.B) Domestic flights (CAI/LUX - ASW/CAI) Meals mentioned in the itinerary (B breakfast, L lunch, D dinner) Meet & assist at the airport English speaking tour guide Two bottles of water daily Transportation to the mentioned sites by air conditioned tour bus Entry tickets to the sites mentioned in the itinerary Numerous lectures by Chris, Robert and Mohamed

Excludes

International Flights Entry Visa to Egypt Travel Insurance Laundry Service Any other service or tour not mentioned in the itinerary

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Prices

Room Type Prices
Double
Adult: $4,700.00 Child: $2,350.00
Sharing Room (Half Twin)
Adult: $4,700.00 Child: Free
Single
Adult: $5,450.00 Child: $2,350.00

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