Sacred Mystical Journeys

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Saint Cwyfans Church in Wales - Sacred Mystical Journeys
Egypt Sacred Tour with Joan Clark and Finbarr Ross
The Mound of Hostages at Tara Hill in Ireland
Drombeg Stone Circle - Ireland
Triskele Symbol - Sacred Mystical Journeys
Spiritual Tours to Malta
Bolivia Sacred Sites Tours
The mystial grotto at Lourdes - Sacred Mystical Journeys
Tor at Glastonbuy - Sacred Sites Tours
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The Temples at Abu Simbel

Join us on a Sacred Tour of Egypt as we explore the incredible temples at Abu Simbel. Abu Simbel, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a temple complex in southern Egypt that contains two temples built by the Egyptian king Ramses II. As one of the few ancient Egyptian sites that largely escaped damage by past invaders, the interiors of…

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The Caves of Maresha, the Ancient Underground City

Tel Maresha is the archaeological mound of the biblical Iron Age city of Maresha, located in the foothills of the Judaean Mountains. The site is famous for its subterranean system of some 3,500 quarried caverns and caves, many of which are connected by an underground maze of passageways. These man-made caves served as cisterns, baths, stables, and even burial chambers….

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August Full Moon Meditation

Leo is ruled by Sirius. Fiery Leo is the 5th zodiac sign, the number of manas or mind or mind being which we are, and the 5th ray of science-knowledge is transmitted through it. Venus is the ruler of the fifth ray – her interpretation in exoteric astrology as the goddess of love, beauty, sex and relationships – filters down…

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The Teachings of Thoth and the Emerald Tablet

The Emerald Tablet, also known as the Smaragdine Table, or Tabula Smaragdina, is an ancient artifact of mysterious origin, the original source of which remains unknown. The tablet reveals a profound spiritual mechanism, and it has survived many attempts to suppress its wisdom. It is considered an ancient time capsule of powerful spirituality and its influence can be seen in many myths and religious…

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The Wailing Wall and Transformation

For many Jewish people, the Western Wall, or “Wailing Wall”, is considered the most religious site in the world. It is the last surviving remnant of the Holy Temple of Jerusalem and a physical symbol of everlasting sanctity. The sages prophesied that the Divine Presence would never leave the Western Wall and that it would never be destroyed, even after…

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The Black Madonna of Rocamadour

Rocamadour is a village 100 miles north of Toulouse, France, set against a backdrop of spectacular views of the French countryside. The buildings of Rocamadour rise up in stages out of the side of a cliff on the right bank of the Alzou, which here runs between rocky walls 400 feet tall. Flights of steps ascend from the lower town…

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