9 Sacral Initiations on the Nile
9 Temples, 11 Days Ascension
Next tours: 3-13 Sept 2023 and 23 Sept – 3 Oct 2023. DM to book in advance
Experience Nine Initiations on the Nile – 11 days Programme of transformation, regeneration, and ascension with support of innovative Bio-Hacking tools and ancient healing techniques for 5D Quanta Leap
On our incredible journey through sacred sites, we plan to employ QUANTA Light Mandalas – the latest biohacking equipment. These devices will enable us to take specific measurements of our bodies before and after various activities. Additionally, they will facilitate deep meditation within the sacred temples of Egypt, allowing us to concentrate on the body’s energy centers and establish a connection with our higher selves.
Furthermore, you will:
~ Travel to sacred places and receive life changing knowledge from experts in culture, philosophy, sacred geometry, and spiritual practices;
~ Enjoy the luxury of Egyptian 5-stars hotels and unforgettable boat trip along sacred Nile river;
~ Become part of Sacred Initiations and Ceremonies at each Temple, deeply connecting to ancient wisdom and cosmic grid;
~ Receive Energy and Sound Healing while being in places of power, amplifying inner transformation, becoming true Creator and Light Warrior for planetary healing;
~ Experience latest Bio-Hacking Technology – healing with Light, Frequency, and Resonance, provided by forefront company innovator Light Mandalas.
In our past retreats Light Therapy was employed in a distinctive manner at the sacred sites of Egypt, namely the Giza Pyramids, Luxor Temple, and Karnak Temple, to facilitate the opening and awakening of the seven chakras. Stress, tension, and negative emotions can cause blockages in these energy centers, and light therapy is an effective technique for clearing and unblocking them. This involves the strategic placement of light-emitting devices at specific locations to achieve the desired results.
We will be using devices such as: Mandala Light Alchemy, Mandala Bio Matrix Scanner, Mandala Astral Star, Mandala Dynamic Scan, Biorhythms, Bioresonance Therapy. See our page TECHNOLOGY to discover the benefits of each device in-depth.
Healing, Empowerment and DNA upgrade with Bio-Hacking tools
You will experience the power of transformation with New Earth Technology during this sacred journey.
The Mandala Light Alchemy employs a 16-million color solid-state light source that utilizes programming to replicate the spectral resonances of elements, trace elements, and homeopathic cell salts. It produces accurate colors that represent each element and aids in activating the cells of the body while enhancing energy flow throughout the body system and chakras. This, in turn, increases self-awareness.
Mandala Bio Matrix Scanner is specifically designed for assessing the state of health and the efficacy of treatment. This technology can provide a better understanding of diseases and their underlying biology, paving the way for the development of new treatments and therapies. Furthermore, biomatrix scanning can be utilized to create more precise diagnostic tools and enhance drug development processes.
Mandala Astral Star generates fractal light fields that possess accurate informational resonances. These fields interact with nodes, points, and informational auric fields within a person’s energy meridians, resulting in a state of harmonious mental, emotional, and psycho-spiritual balance.
The Mandala Dynamic Scan is a resonance assessment tool that detects the degree of deviation between a user’s biomatrix field and a library of resonance signatures. This library determines the most useful homeopathic remedies, essential oils, flower essences, crystals, and identifies emotional, mental, and energy-related (psycho-spiritual) issues, allergens, and toxins. The device then generates a report based on the findings.
Biorhythms are recurring patterns in human physiology, psychology, and emotions that follow a cycle. These patterns are influenced by external factors such as weather changes and the lunar cycle. Biorhythms can be utilized to forecast and monitor a person’s performance, mood, and overall well-being. Furthermore, they can aid in diagnosing and treating various health conditions.
Bioresonance Therapy employs low-frequency sound waves to treat both physical and emotional problems. This therapy stimulates the body’s natural healing processes while reducing stress and tension. It can be used to relax or treat chronic diseases. Bioresonance therapy is designed to harmonize the body’s energy system, resulting in a state of optimal health and well-being.
Programme in brief
DAY 1. CAIRO
Upon your arrival to Cairo international airport you will be met by our representative, who will help you with visa formalities, then you will be transferred to the hotel. After checking in, you will have the first meeting with the Guides.
Individual Biomatrix Scan, which will provide an estimation of your health state by measuring your Heart Rate Variability in real time. This is done by placing both your palms onto two metal plates connected to our program. The information provided includes your Vegetative Regulation, Neurohormonal Regulation, Psycho-emotional State, Fractal Analysis, Gerontological Curve, Portrait of your Aura, Chakras Activity Map, and the Chart of the Meridians.
Overnight in Cairo.
Day 2. DANDARA. Abydos and Hathor Temples
CEREMONIES: Chakras activation and Soul Alignment at Abydos Temple. Activation of Genetic codes at Hathor temple
We’ll kick off our day with a scrumptious breakfast at the hotel and prepare for an exciting adventure. Our representative will accompany you to Cairo International Airport for your flight to Luxor, where our journey begins with a visit to the magnificent Temple of Dendera, dedicated to the goddess Hathor.
At the Temple of Hathor, we’ll immerse ourselves in the embodiment of art, music, motherhood, and rebirth. This extensive site includes a cathedral, two birth houses, a sacred lake, and numerous other temples, with structures dating back to different periods of ancient Egypt, including the Middle Kingdom, Ptolemaic, and Roman eras.
Now one of the best-preserved ancient sites in Egypt, the Temple of Hathor is a remarkable example of traditional Pharaonic architecture. Although it was primarily constructed during the Ptolemaic dynasty, the temple’s construction was not completed until later, under the Roman rulers.
Ascension Meditation with Light & Sound to prepare for a day and integrate the experience. Bio-Matrix Scan.
Day 3. LUXOR Temple
CEREMONIES: Infinite Soul: expanding beyond time at Luxor temple
On the third day of your journey, after a delightful breakfast, we will embark on a magical adventure sailing down the Nile towards Luxor.
Luxor is renowned for its ancient Egyptian temples and is often described as “the world’s largest open-air museum.”
The early temple ruins of Karnak and Luxor can be found in the modern cities on the east bank of the Nile, where local life has remained untouched for centuries. The city of Luxor is situated between the east and west banks of the Nile and is a popular destination for both locals and tourists, who often use Felucca boats and ferries to get there.
During our visit, we will explore the magnificent Luxor temple, also known as the temple of the human body, which symbolizes the initiation of transcending the physical realm to unleash our divine essence. Despite being pillaged for building materials to construct a new city, there are still a few remnants of the temple that allow us to appreciate its grandeur.
Night on the boat.
Day 4. KARNAK Temple
CEREMONIES: Karma purification at Karnak Temple.
After a delightful breakfast on the Nile, our thrilling adventure commences in Luxor. The Karnak Temple complex boasts an array of remarkable ancient ruins, including the chamber of Sekhmet, Ptah, Nefertum, 7 gates, and 7 keys, all part of the 22 levels of karma within the temple.
Designed in the shape of a village, the Karnak Temple complex features a collection of temples, chapels, and other edifices. It was named Karnak, meaning “fortified village” in Arabic, as it originated around 2055 BC and was constructed as a cult temple circa 2000 BC. The temple was devoted to the deities Amun, Mut, and Khonsu. As the largest religious structure ever erected, the Temple of Karnak was considered by the ancient Egyptians as the “most chosen site”.
The temples within the Karnak complex were created over a period of 1500 years, with each addition crafted by different pharaohs to reflect their unique styles and beliefs. The Karnak Temple Complex is divided into three districts: the Amun, Mutt, and Montu districts. The largest of these is the Amun district, which encompasses all of the most famous parts of the complex, including the awe-inspiring Hypostyle Hall. The hall boasts an impressive 134 colossal columns and is considered one of the most magnificent sites in all of Egypt, leaving thousands of tourists in awe of its mysteries.
After exploring the Karnak Temple Complex, we will return to the Dahabiya and sail to Edfu, where we will spend the night on board.
Day 5. EDFU. Horus Temple
CEREMONIES: Awakening the 3rd Eye & Merkaba – Heart’s Eye
On the fifth day of our journey, we will sail towards Edfu, a charming city located on the west bank of the Nile River in Upper Egypt. Once a prosperous Greek city, Edfu was renamed Apollinopolis Magna in honor of Horus, the chief god who was also known as Apollo. Today, Edfu is a bustling commercial hub where locals produce sugar from cane and create beautiful pottery. The highlight of the city is the Temple of Horus, which is considered to be the best-preserved temple in all of Egypt.
Built during the Ptolemaic period in 237 BC, the Temple of Horus is believed to be a protective lens that safeguards the planet from harmful extraterrestrial beings, with a shrine dedicated to activating the third eye. The temple is a stunning example of ancient architecture and combines elements of both Egyptian and Greek styles. When you visit the temple, you will see walls adorned with beautiful inscriptions depicting the birth of the child Horus and the pharaonic gods involved in this event. At the entrance stands the tallest surviving pylon in Egypt, towering 37 meters high and adorned with depictions of battle scenes. Just beyond the pylon lies a courtyard where offerings were presented to the statue of Horus.
Ascension Meditation with Light & Sound to prepare for a day and integrate the experience.
Day 6. KO MOMBO. Sobic and Khnum Temples
CEREMONY: Facing Fear and Death
The Temple of Kom Ombo, built during the reign of the Ptolemaic kings around 180 BC and expanded during the Roman period, is our first destination of the day. Unlike other ancient temples, this distinctive temple is dedicated to two deities, Sobek the crocodile god and Haroeris, a form of Horus.
Located in an area once favored by crocodiles for sunbathing on the banks of the Nile, the Temple of Kom Ombo was believed to protect the Egyptians from their attacks by worshipping these ferocious creatures as gods. Later, the temple was transformed into a military training camp used in the wars of Ptolemy VII against the Seleucids.
The left side of the temple is devoted to Haroeris and his consort, with a separate building reserved for them. The temple is famous for its ancient Egyptian calendar, which has been used since the beginning of written history and is still in use today. It is the most complete 365-day calendar in ancient Egyptian history.
Ascension Meditation with Light & Sound to prepare for a day and integrate the experience. Bio-Matrix Scan.
Day 7. ASWAN. Isis Temple
On the seventh day of our itinerary, we will explore the Temple of Isis, which is the last temple built in the classical Egyptian style. Construction of this temple began around 690 BC, and it was a site of worship for the goddess until at least 400 AD. The boats will drop us off near the oldest part of the temple, the Nectanebo kiosk. The entrance to the temple is marked by the first 18-meter-high pylon, which features a relief of Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysus defeating his enemies.
Within the complex, to the east of the second pylon, is the charming Temple of Hathor. This temple is adorned with sculptures of musicians, including a flute-playing monkey, and the dancing fertility god Bes.
To the south of the Temple of Hathor is the graceful and unfinished Trajan’s Kiosk, also known as the “Pharaoh’s Bed.” This monument is perhaps Philae’s most famous and was frequently painted by Victorian artists. A boat was moored under it.
Due to the flooding of the area between the British dam and the high dam, the entire area was relocated to nearby Agilkia Island.
Ascension Meditation with Light & Sound to prepare for a day and integrate the experience.
Day 8. ASWAN. Elephantine island
Our first destination will be Elephantine Island, which served as the home to the trading town of Swenet during the Pharaonic era, predating the establishment of Aswan city. Swenet utilized the island’s strategic position and the turbulent waters of the First Cataract to protect itself from attackers.
The town was a crucial trade hub where caravans from the south would unload their goods and transport them north, taking advantage of the island’s location below the cataract. Elephantine Island was also an important source of granite, especially during the ivory trade, for the construction of various buildings in ancient Egypt.
Today, the island boasts several partially excavated ruins from the Pharaonic settlement, as well as the Aswan Museum and an ancient Nilometer, featuring Arabic, Roman, and Pharaonic numeral markings carved into the rock. Among palm groves, there is also a picturesque riverside and two Nubian villages hidden in the middle of the island.
Day 9. CAIRO. Egyptian Museum
After having breakfast, we will proceed to Aswan airport for our flight to Cairo. Upon our arrival in Cairo, we will head straight to the world-renowned Egyptian Museum, which houses an extensive collection of significant artifacts from ancient Egyptian history. This museum is home to the largest assortment of pharaonic treasures globally and was initially established by the Egyptian government in 1835 near the Ezbekiye Gardens. However, it was later relocated to the Cairo Citadel. In 1855, all of the relics were handed over to Archduke Maximilian of Austria. Following this, a new museum was created in 1858 in a former warehouse in Boulak, after the establishment of a new antiquities department led by Auguste Mariette.
The museum building is situated on the banks of the Nile River and faced significant damage during the 1878 Nile Flood. The artifacts were subsequently relocated to the Old Royal Palace in the Giza area of Cairo, where they remained until 1902. The museum exhibits a vast collection of large stone works, including statues, reliefs, and architectural components from the Old, Middle, and New Kingdoms. These items are displayed in chronological order, beginning with the pre-dynastic era and concluding with the Greco-Roman period. The second floor is dedicated to the famous tomb of King Tutankhamun and features smaller works such as papyrus, coins, textiles, and other related items.
Day 10. SAQQARA Sound Healing Temple
CEREMONY: Balancing the feminine and masculine, blissful Sound Bath
We will start our day at Saqqara, which is located about 40 kilometers southwest of Cairo. This location has a temple that embodies a perfect balance of feminine and masculine energies. Moreover, there is a temple for sound healing that utilizes the 111 frequency to establish a connection with the divine. In ancient Egypt, Saqqara was one of the most important cemeteries for Memphis, a city of great historical significance. The name of the Necropolis is believed to have been derived from Sokar, the god who was worshiped here. Saqqara is like an open-air museum that showcases the entire history of ancient Egypt. It is home to the Step Pyramid of Djoser, which is the oldest stone structure in the world (c.2686-2613 BC). We will also see some of the most significant pyramids from the Fifth (c.2494-2345 BC) and Sixth (c.2345-2181 BC) Dynasties.
Saqqara, located 40 km southwest of Cairo, is a remarkable site that showcases the entirety of ancient Egyptian history. One of its most notable structures is the Pyramid of Unas, also called Wenis, which dates back to around 2375-2345 BC. It contains the oldest pyramid burial chamber decorated with texts known as the Pyramid Texts, which were intended to protect the deceased king on his journey to the afterlife. The area is also home to various tombs adorned with intricate scenes and texts from the Old Kingdom, as well as royal burials. Additionally, Saqqara features tombs from the First Intermediate Period (2118-2055 BC), Middle Kingdom (c.2055-1650 BC), and New Kingdom (1550-1069 BC), each showcasing a distinct architectural style. The tomb of Horemheb (c.1323-1295 BC), a non-royal individual who later became king, is a testament to this diversity. He constructed a new tomb in the Valley of the Kings after ascending to the throne, fitting for his royal status.
Day 11. CAIRO. Great Pyramid of Giza
CEREMONY: Awakening 4 Bodies: Spiritual, Physical, Mental, and Emotional
Prepare yourself for an exciting adventure as you embark on a personal pilgrimage to the magnificent Great Pyramid of Giza! This colossal structure held the title of the world’s tallest for an astonishing 3,800 years. Apart from its enigmatic nature, this wonder of the ancient world is also renowned for its ability to activate the throat chakra and promote higher states of spiritual awareness. With its unique attributes, such as the impressive Grand Gallery and three chambers, the Great Pyramid is an exceptional engineering and architectural marvel that will leave you in awe.
The construction of this marvel is still veiled in mystery, but experts estimate it took between 10 and 20 years to complete. Initially covered with high-quality limestone, the pyramid was built using local limestone shipped from Tura, situated south of Maadi. The pyramid contains three chambers, including one cut into the bedrock and two within the masonry itself, which is a truly unique feature. The upper chamber, known as the King’s Chamber, houses Khufu’s sarcophagus and can be reached via the Grand Gallery, a feat of engineering and architecture featuring a corbelled ascending passage.
On the south side of the pyramid, two impressive ships were found in dismantled pits, which will be our final stop on this journey.
Bio-Matrix Scan in the end of the Journey to see the shift in state of Health
Your Hotel & Boat
Dr Alexander Syrtsov, Head of Light Seeds, Indonesia
Researcher and developer of biophysical devices aimed at enhancing cognitive functions of the brain and their applications in meditation and spiritual activities. Alex has travelled and lived in many parts of the world, and have gained knowledge and wisdom from leading professors, doctors and teachers. He has a deep passion for technology, ancient wisdom, spirituality and has undergone the Nine Initiations in Egypt. He has a Masters in Psychology, is the international communications bridge for Light Mandala Company and a representative for the Centre of New Technologies.
“My mission is to continue to connect with like-minded individuals, create a web of conscious networks and develop the most advanced technology to help humanity.”
Dr Akmal Tobgy, Head of Universal Tao Center of Egypt
Founder of Light Mandalas Research Group, research in Light Codes Interfacing, creating bio-hacking equipment. Director of The Mandala Retreat. China Workshops facilitator to Grand Master Chia. Travel companion to GM Chia during research trips to China. Introducing and implementing CM Chia’s “Full Circle of the Tao” Teaching Initiative to China.
Facilitating: Country / Planetary wide meditative initiative groups; Garuda Path Internal alchemy Mentor Dragon Gate Sustainable Community Development. Studied with Grand Master Mantak Chia since 1986, Universal Healing Tao Thailand resident Teacher, Healer and Director of Pakua Clinic 2000-2007. Appointed organizer to GM Chia’s private Office, Doi Saket Mansion. Present Director of the Universal Tao Centre of Egypt. Former Director of the Universal Healing Tao Centre of Toronto, Canada. Visiting Mentor: Jordan, Turkey, Kuwait, Tunisia, Romania, Slovakia, Italy, Switzerland, Thailand, Taiwan, China and Peru. Interests: Chess, Judo, Gungfu and Qi Gong. Master of Arts in Interpersonal Communication. (Trans personal Psychology.)
Lola Lhamo, Head of QUANTA’Hacking Centre & www.Creators.Earth
Lola Lhamo has connection with yoga and energy healing from childhood. Life brought her meetings with wonderful teachers, Daoist masters, Indian yogis, and Tibetan lamas…
Lola helped building Enlightenment Stupa at Roerich Museum, travelled with Tibetan lamas to India and Nepal to Buddhist monasteries and place of power, participated at World Congress on Psychology and Spirituality in India…
Lola learned the techniques of working with energy, sound and vibration from Tibetan lamas and other masters of energy healing and yoga, and after 25 years of practice she created QUANTA’Hacking Centre, integrating sacred practices of energy medicine, yoga, Qi Gong, mindfulness, sound and vibrational healing and latest bio-hacking tech.
Lola integrates knowledge of Himalayan Hatha & Kriya Yoga (RYT500h), Tibetan Mind Yoga and Neuropsychology, Pranayam and Meditation, Sound Energy Medicine and healing with the power of voice and Himalayan Singing Bowls, Qi Gong, Reiki (Master) and QUANTA Energy Healing, – transformational practices, reconnecting to our true nature, developing capacity to manage inner energy for healing and wholeness.
Lola manages Sound Energy Medicine Practitioners Association (SEMPA) offering Sound Therapy certified courses worldwide for yoga teachers and energy healers, psychotherapists and clinicians, enjoys merging latest scientific research in sound and vibrational medicine with sacred yogic knowledge. At the moment over 300 graduates around the world share Sound Therapy at hospitals, hospices, charity organisations for children and disabled, military, centres for post-traumatic support, in yoga and meditation classes, Reiki and other massage therapies.
Special Sacred Gift
The Golden Tektite (Libyan Glass) is a rare and significant gemstone that holds a rich history in spiritual and metaphysical practices. It is believed that wearing this gemstone can help one achieve higher levels of consciousness and spiritual awareness, as it holds powerful energies.
Throughout ancient Egypt, the Golden Tektite was highly valued and used to create exquisite jewelry worn by royalty, including King Tutankhamun. It was believed that wearing this gemstone would bring protection, good luck, and prosperity to the wearer, as well as assist them in connecting with their inner self and the divine.
Metaphysically, the Golden Tektite is said to be strongly connected to the sun, which is often associated with spiritual enlightenment. Its powerful energy is believed to stimulate the third eye chakra and enhance psychic abilities.
Golden tektite is not only highly valued for its metaphysical and spiritual properties but is also considered to have physical healing abilities. It is believed to be an effective remedy for digestive issues while promoting overall health and vitality.
The gemstone is also considered to be an exceptional aid for meditation and spiritual growth. Meditating with golden tektite can help the wearer understand the universe and their place in it better. It can also assist in astral travel and lucid dreaming, providing access to the subconscious and higher levels of consciousness.
Today, golden tektite is a treasured gemstone among collectors and spiritual practitioners due to its rarity and unique properties. It is highly sought after by those seeking to deepen their spiritual practices and connect with the divine. Whether used for meditation or worn as jewelry, golden tektite is a powerful tool for spiritual exploration and growth.
Giving each retreat participant a piece of golden tektite can be a beautiful and thoughtful gesture. It shows appreciation for their participation and acknowledges the significance of the retreat in their spiritual journey. It is also a unique and special gift that offers a connection to the past and the wisdom of ancient cultures. It is sure to be cherished by each participant as a reminder of their experience and the growth they achieved during the retreat.
Shared Room: DM
Single Room: DM
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