Stargate Egypt Tour

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Day 0


Tuesday, September 19th

  • Plan your flight to arrive at the Cairo International Airport. You will be greeted at the airport by our team.
  • Have $25 cash ($20 + $5 bills) to pay for Egyptian Visa upon arrival.
  • Check-In to the Marriott Mena House, The luxury hotel at the foot of the Great Pyramid will be our home for the next 3 nights.
  • 7pm - Welcome dinner
  • 8:30pm Group meeting and tour orientation for the next 11 days



Day 1


Wednesday, September 20th


  • 1-day Stargate workshop in Cairo: 
    10am - 11:15am
    12pm - 1:15pm
    Lunch Break (on your own at local restaurants.)
    3:30pm - 4:30pm *Egypt Presentation by Portal to Ascension
    5pm - 6pm
  • Dinner on your own at the local restaurants

  • The energies of Egypt are unlike any in the world. Create a group energy field together as we  explore the mysteries inherent in the Quantum Fields of Egypt, and connect to the guides that are waiting to support us on this adventure into the past and into our future!



Day 2


Thursday, September 21st

  • 6:30AM - 8:30AM - Breakfast
  • 9am - Bus to the Giza Plateau
  • 9:30am -11am Tour the Giza Plateau
  • 11am Arrive at Sphinx at private access for 1 hour

Private meditation in the enclosure between the paws of the Sphinx - meditation / channeling 

As the first step on our journey, we stand between the paws of this ancient structure, and call in the power of the Sphinx to guide us on our path of initiation.

The geological investigations of Robert Schoch and John Anthony West found water weathering on the sculpture pushing its creation back to at least 10,000 years ago to the age of Leo. Recent research also shows that the present carved head was originally that of the Lioness Mehit, the protector. Recent seismographs findings show a hollow chamber under the left paw where Edgar Cayce says lay the Atlantean Hall of Records. Alcazar has said for many years that there is a library beneath the paws of the Sphinx and there has been an etheric Stargate placed there for almost 30 years!

  • 12:30pm Lunch during visit at a local restaurant - 1 hour
  • 1:30pm -4pm visit the Egyptian Museum (recommended, but optional) 

The oldest archaeological museum in the Middle East houses the largest collection of Pharaonic antiquities dating back 5,000 years from Predynastic to the Greco-Roman Era. Prominent are the statues of the odd looking (possibly giant) pharaoh, Akhenaten, formally known as Amenhotep IV (c.1352–1336 BC).  During his rule, the solar orb, “Aten”, was the only god that he worshiped causing a rebellion among the priest of Amun.  

  • 5pm - 7:30pm  Rest and dinner on your own at The Mena House or local restaurants 
  • 2nd night at the Marriott Mena House



Day 3


Friday, September 22nd

  • 6-8:30AM - Breakfast
  • 9am - 10am 1 hour meditation livestreamed. 
  • Leave 10:30am, drive to the Step Pyramid of Sakkara, 30 km south of Cairo
  • 11am Visit the site of the royal necropolis for the ancient capital of Memphis contains some of the oldest tombs in Egypt dating back to the earliest dynasties. The spectacular Step Pyramid of Djoser is widely regarded as the world’s earliest pyramid with tomb-like structures built on top of one another. 
  • Visit the Serapeum in Saqqara, the subterranean labyrinth beneath the pyramid is now open to the public. No one has yet solved the mystery of crypt that is entirely filled with massive granite boxes. 
  • 1pm Group Lunch at a local restaurant
  • 2:30pm Visit at Dahshur area of the Bent Pyramid, which has a 54-degree inclination about one third of the way up, then a 43-degree angle giving the pyramid its 'bent' appearance. What is unique amongst the ninety pyramids found in Egypt, is that this structure retains most of the original outer casing of polished limestone. Visitors can explore the 4,600-year-old chambers down a 79-meter narrow tunnel at the northern entrance. 

    And visit the Red Pyramid - commonly known as the Shinning or the Northern Pyramid. It has the second-largest base of any pyramid in Egypt. Visitors can go deep into its inner chamber to discover the mysteries that were held within.

  • 6pm Dinner on your own at The Mena House or a local restaurant

  • 3rd night at the Marriott Mena House



Day 4


Saturday, September 23rd

  • 4am - Yes, 4am! Sorry   :-(  - Early check out of The Mena House with Breakfast Box
  • One-hour flight to Luxor
  • Drive to the Valley of the Kings on the west bank of Luxor, known in ancient times as the Thebean necropolis.

In its grandeur it was called The Great Majestic Necropolis of the Millions of Years of the Pharaoh’s Eternal Life, Strength, Health in The West of Thebes. It is considered the most important anthropological site for understanding daily life of this great civilization. Even though many of the tombs have been looted, what remains gives visitors a sense of the power and luxury of the Pharaohs and noblemen. Many of the tombs depict Ra’s journey through the twelve stages or “hours” of the underworld.

  • Visit the Colossi of Memnon with the magnificent statue of Amenhotep III (1390 – 1352 BC). He was known as theMagnificent Onewho had hundreds of statues made of himself during his 40-year reign.
  • Visit Ramsseum, the funerary temple of Ramses II, 1279 – 1213 BC. One of the largest and most visited tombs in the Valley of the Kings. It contains the 57 foot seated statue of Ramses II (of which only fragments remain). 
  • The Valley of the Queens was the exclusive burial site for the royal women. Many of the high-ranking wives of the Middle Dynasties Pharaohs are buried here including Queen Nefertari (1290 – 1224 BCE), the beloved wife of Akhenaten. Her name means "a beautiful woman has come."  Her resting place was carved out of the rock. 
  • 2pm Lunch during the visit in a local village house
  • Drive to Jolie Ville Resort 
  • 6:00 - 7:30pm Dinner on your own at hotel restaurants
  • 8pm Evening Stargate Meditation
  • 1st night at the Jolie Ville Resort in Luxor

Day 5


Sunday, September 24th

  • 6:30AM - 8AM Breakfast 
  • 8AM - Drive to Abydos temple (arrive at 12pm we have snacks on the bus)

This is highly honored as the place to communicate with the great blue god and founder of the Egyptian civilization, Osiris. This was an ancient pilgrimage site for people all over the world to come for healing and to ask the high priests questions about their personal lives. In one of its seven chambers Isis is shown placing the recovered phallus on the body of her husband/brother Osiris so that she can be united again with her soulmate/twin flame. Out of that union was born the divine child Horus. Osiris, Isis, and Horus were the divine Triad of Abydos and were offered the highest place of worship in Egypt. The temple is also famous for the hieroglyphic found on an arch that resembles either a helicopter, a submarine, or maybe an ancient UFO.

  • 1pm - 3pm - The Stargate Channeling Meditation at the Private visit to the Osirion Temple.

It has been said that the Osirion belongs to the most ancient of days. It was created for the sole purpose of being an eternal place to connect to the divine source.  This sanctuary is located behind the temple of Abydos and its megalithic structures date back to predynastic Egypt. Named after the resurrected god Osiris, it bears no hieroglyphics except for a faded enigmatic Flower of Life that appears to have been burned into stones dating back at least 6,000 years. The construction logistics pose a conundrum for today’s engineers because the central section consists of two rectangular platforms surrounded by a deep moat cut into the stone with an underground chamber composed of giant blocks as large as those found in Giza.

  • 3:30pm -Lunch during the visit at a local village house
  • Drive back to Luxor - 4 hours
  • 7:30pm - Dinner on your own at the hotel or a local restaurant
  • 2nd night at the Jolie Ville Resort in Luxor



Day 6


Monday, September 25th

This is widely regarded as the most beautiful and best-preserved of the ancient temple sites. Established in the First Dynasty of the Old Kingdom, its true origins may date back to the beginning of human history. It contains multiple chapels or shrines with the main temple dedicated to the fertility goddess Hathor. 

The Temple of Hathor is the largest and most impressive building in this religious complex. It was built on the ancient site of Ta-ynt-netert, meaning 'She of the Divine Pillar.'  Its visually stunning hieroglyphs on the grand entrance and its interior walls depict scenes of sacrifices and worship to the Goddess.

Hat-hor means House of Horus, but she was also known as the consort of Ra. Many of Hathor's epithets link her to celebration. She is called the mistress of music, dance, wine, joy and sexuality. Often symbolized as a royal woman wearing a headdress of a sun disk between two cow horns – she is associated with being a combination of the cosmic and earthly mother of manifestation. The temple’s spectacular ceiling depicts the symbols of the zodiac giving the visitor a feeling that entering her temple is like emerging into the great womb of creation.

Visit to the Old Crypts with its mysterious carvings of what appears to be a giant illumination device has been called the ‘Dendera Light Bulb’  In fact much evidence suggests that the Ancients created a now lost technology such as electricity and artificial lighting because there are no signs of fire or torch marks deep inside any temple chambers in the land.

  • 2pm - check-In to the Nile Cruise
  • 2-  3pm Lunch on the Nile Cruise ship (All meals included on the cruise ship)
  • 5pm - Visit to the Great Temple of Luxor  

Luxor has frequently been called the "world's greatest open-air museum." Visitors enter along the ram-headed avenue of sphinxes towards the first pylon consisting of two towering stone columns marking the gateway to the grand temple. Formally known as the ancient capital of Thebes, This was a glorious city dedicated to the great god Amun. Amun spoken as Imnmeant "the hidden one" or "the one of invisible essence".  Amun and his wife, Mut who was associated with the primordial waters of Nu, from which everything in the world was born, and their son Khonsu, god of the moon, were worshiped as the divine family of the "Theban Triad” before being later replaced by Osiris, Isis and Horus.  As Thebes became the foremost city of ancient Egypt, Amun rose in importance, and became linked to the sun god Ra, thus creating the new 'Lord of the gods' Amun-Ra. As the city lost its hold as a political and military capital during Greek and Roman times, it remained the vital religious center of Egypt. Known as "the city of the 100 gates", its impressive structures still stand while the other great cities of ancient Egypt, such as Memphis and Heliopolis, have fallen into ruin.

  • 7:30pm - Dinner at the Nile Cruise
  • 9pm - Star gazing meditation - Q&A, group share
  • 1st night on the Cruise ship



Day 7


Tuesday, September 26th

(4am - 6am optional Hot Air Balloon ride $150) 

  • Breakfast on ship 7 - 8:30am
  • 9am Visit the Karnak Temple

There is no place more impressive in all of Egypt than the temple of Karnak. Located just north of Luxor, it is the largest temple complex in the world, covering 100 hectares. In ancient times it was called Ipet-isut, “the Place of the Most High”. It was always a spiritual center until the end of antiquity. 

Visit at Karnak - The Sanctuary of Sekhmet 

Walking north of the spectacular column hallway lay one of the most mysterious power spots in the temple complex, the Sanctuary to the Goddess Sekhmet. As you enter the small chamber the black obsidian Lioness slowly emerges out of the darkness. She has held reign over this private sacred space, unmoved for thousands of years. As you get accustomed to the dark some people begin to channel her wisdom or hear her strange melodic messages. 

  • 1:30pm Lunch on the Nile Cruise
  • Sail through the Esna Lock towards Edfu
  • 6- 7pm Dinner on the Nile Cruise
  • 8pm Stargate Meditation 
  • Presentation by Neil Gaur
  • 2nd night on the Cruise ship



Day 8


Wednesday, September 27th

  • 7- 8:30am Breakfast on ship
  • Transport to either the Temple of Edfu or the Temple of Esna

Leave the cruise ship and journey to the Temple of Edfu. It is the best preserved temple of Horus, the God of the Dawn and Keeper of the Secret Wisdom

  • 1pm Lunch on the Nile Cruise
  • 3pm - Sail to and visit the temple of Kom-Ombo.

Its twin temples adorn the banks of the Niles with their impressive architecture and the brilliant colors from the original construction. The left side show carved lotus flowers in honor of Sobek, the crocodile god of Upper Egypt, while the right side with carved papyrus honors Haroeris, “Horus, the wise and great of Lower Egypt”.  Originally, the site was called Nubt, in Egyptian meaning "City of Gold". It was the center of the trade between the Nubian lands to the south and the Nile Valley to the north. The cult of the crocodile god "Sobek, the satisfied”, and Sobekemsaf, "Sobek, the Protector” date back to the earliest Egyptian dynasties, when he was prayed to for fertility, vegetation, abundant life. As "Lord of the waters'' he created the Nile that rose from his sweat. During Hellenistic times a combination of both gods, a falcon-headed crocodile, was worshiped as an oracular god. After which the temple was later dedicated to Apollo, the Greek god of prophecy. 

  • 6 - 7pm Dinner on the Nile Cruise
  • Group sharing
  • 3rd night on the Cruise ship 



Day 9


Thursday, September 28th

  • 7am - 8:30am Breakfast 
  • 9am Motor  boat ride to the island to the Temple of Isis (20 minutes)
  • 10am - 11am Temple of Isis, (Eset in Egyptian).

Isis was the eternal queen of the land of Khemet and has become the most popular and enduring of all the Egyptian deities. The daughter of the earth god Geb and the sky goddess Nut, her divine lineage makes her kin to Osiris, Seth, and Hathor. 

Because of Isis’s selfless sacrifice she was portrayed as the devoted mother, wife, and protectress of the heart. She was also known as Weret-Kekau, "the Great Magus,” for her healing power and Mut-Netjer, "Mother of the Gods". She was considered the mother of every pharaoh and the principal deity in the rites of the dead, also known as the magical healer, the one who cured the sick and resurrected the dead back to life.  

While Isis and Hathor both represented the divine feminine, Hathor was the female force of earthly pleasure, dance and the arts, while Isis was the goddess of love, loyalty, death, resurrection, transformation, and the connection to the highest sphere of cosmic mother. 

Like the Eleusinian Mysteries of Greece, the cult of Isis grew into an international Mystery school promising immorality to her initiates. During Roman times her cult spread from England to Afghanistan. Some people claim her mystery teachings still remain with a secret group of followers.  

  • 1pm Lunch on the Nile Cruise
  • 2:30pm  Visit to Elephantine Island:

According to the Egyptian lore, Elephantine was the dwelling place of Khnum, the ram-headed god of pottery, designed and created the human body. He is also known as the guardian of the waters of the Nile from his cave beneath the island. His consort Satis, worshiped from very early times as a fertility goddess; and her daughter, Anuket, personified the bountiful annual flooding of the Nile.
The cave of Arc of the Covenant 

  • 6 -7pm Dinner on the Nile Cruise
  • 8pm Evening Stargate meditation
  • 4th night on the Cruise ship



Day 10


Friday, September 29th

  • 7am - 8:30 am Breakfast on the Nile
  • Check-out of the Nile cruise 
  • Drive to Aswan airport to fly to Cairo (40 minute drive)
  • Arrive to Cairo and check into the Hilton Heliopolis  (90 minute flight)
  • Lunch at the hotel
  • Have a restful aternoon
  • 5pm - 7pm Private visit to the Great Pyramid

Final Stargate meditation and channeling inside the King’s Chamber - 2 hours / 1 hr 30 mins in the actual chamber

Our group will have two private hours in this grandest structure of all. As initiates of the most-high we will make our way up the Grand Gallery and enter the Holy of Holies, The King's Chamber. It is considered the most sacred place of initiation on the planet. It is the bridge between Heaven and Earth, past and future and the stargate to our ancient home on Sirius.

  • Farewell Dinner (included in tour price) at a local restaurant and sharing of experiences
    Mawlana Barbequr restaurant
  • Overnight at the Hilton Heliopolis Hotel (near the airport).



Day 11


Saturday, September 30th

  • 7am - 8:30 am Breakfast
  • Check-out by 11am
  • Final goodbyes!
  • Transportation provided to the airport
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