The Theosophical
Society in Australia

With International Headquarters at Adyar, Chennai, India.

Canberra Branch ANU

Emeritus Faculty Building, Australian National University, 24 Balmain Crescent, Acton ACT

Lost Ancient Technology & the Metaphysics of Egypt

Public talk, 2.00 - 3.30 pm, 15 June 2019.

Featured Speaker:Grahame Crookham
Venue:Canberra Branch ANU

Lost Ancient Technology & the Metaphysics of Egypt

About the Presentation

The talk is based on a specialised study tour of Egypt in 2019. It will cover the examination of evidence and the indications of what is possibly the world’s greatest secret – that a highly advanced civilisation with superior intelligence and capabilities once inhabited our planet tens of thousands of years ago.

  • Examine the layer upon layer of many thousands of years of site occupation.
  • Irrefutable evidence of ancient high technology that challenge the dictates of mainstream Egyptology.
  • Powerful sites purposely chosen for their energetic properties.
  • Insights on reading the ancient hieroglyphs.
  • A metaphysical approach to understanding the secrets within the symbolism and mythology of the ancients.

All of the combined Neters, mythology and symbolism of ancient Khemit give us a brilliant vision and understanding of the nature of our reality, and how we eternally cycle through dimensions and stage of consciousness.

About the Presenter

Grahame is the immediate past President of the Canberra Branch and current Treasurer and Program Committee member. Grahame, now retired, has a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) and PhD (Civil Engineering Materials). His interest in the topic was initiated by an archaeology tour of Egypt in 2011 and a 2019 visit to examine first-hand and to discuss the evidence of a sophisticated technology, suggesting an advanced civilization in ancient Khemit.

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