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Grand Gathering at Giza

Author Robert Bauval sends word of a special event to be held on the Spring Equinox next year, at the Giza Plateau in Egypt, with good friend Graham Hancock also in attendance: “The Grand Gathering of the Souls”…

On the Spring Equinox of 21 March, 2008, the sun will rise directly due East and be perfectly aligned with The Great Sphinx of Giza. This event was foretold by the Ancient Egyptians. Written in Hieroglyphics on the “Dream Stele” resting between the paws of The Great Sphinx since ancient times states : “This is the Place of Zep Tepi” meaning, literally, “This is the Place of The Beginning of Time”. The ancient Hermatic texts state that one day, when the time is right, all the Kindred Souls of the world will gather at Giza to welcome the rising sun, heralding a new age for humankind. The Giza Plateau, home of The Great Pyramid and Great Sphinx has been declared “The Gathering Place of all Souls.” We honor this message coming to us from the ancients. In an overall spirit of unity, friendship and peace extending worldwide, we offer you this opportunity to join us in celebration on this very special day.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, including the sunrise celebration at the foot of The Great Sphinx of Giza on the morning of the Spring Equinox. Following will be a magical evening of entertainment and fine dining at the famous Bary’s Restaurant by the Pyramids. Musical guests include Alexandrian singer Chafik Kotry and internationally renowned Egyptian musician and composer Hossam Ramzy in co-operation with Italian singer and composer Riccardo Ducci (who are together writing for this event the song “Message of the Sphinx”), as well as a variety of surprise celebrity guests.

For Bookings and more detail please contact:

In Europe: Candice Bauval , e-mail:
In the USA: Laura Pennington, e-mail:
In Egypt: Mohammad Nazmy, e-mail:

If you’ve ever dreamed of traveling to Egypt, this sounds like a pretty cool way of doing it.

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