In Egypt, I Embraced Jim Morrison's Quote, Did you had a good world when you died, enough to base a movie on? Egypt presented me with a buffet of teachers, such as archeologists; they taught me how to read hieroglyphics in vertical and horizontal patterns. But, by far, the Sinai Peninsula was the most enriching ethnobotanical journey I experienced, consuming over 40 species of plants in 40 days; powerful hash journeys in the deserts, secret Bedouin initiations, and ancient tantric rituals. But before Egypt, I was at the top of my game, a famous Spiritual Mentor and the center of attention in many esoteric-metaphysical circles. Over the years, my popularity grew, and people from around the world flew to Toronto to visit. However, the problem was that after every event, workshop, or lecture, loads of attractive young women were looking to speak with me and spend time outside the realm of a spiritual healer. I was fortunate to have a girlfriend at the time; Andrea was stunning, a blond bombshell, and a talented singer/ performer; we achieved great success in our careers and grew spiritually. But, alas, she left Toronto to travel to Australia; it was impossible to maintain the healing centre on my own as a single attractive spiritual man. So, I went to Egypt to get answers.
I arrived at a small hostel In Cairo, close to the Egyptian museum. I immediately became friends with the owner; she was curious about why I was in Egypt and fond of my esoteric knowledge. This woman set me up; she fed me and ensured I experienced a front-row seat for my research. So, she graciously offered to take me out at night after work, get accustomed to the food and culture and introduce me to key people. Also, I obtained private tours of museums and visited archeological sites that were not open to the general public. First, one of the hotel owner's associates from the museum taught me how to read hieroglyphics intuitively; she was very skilled. As I studied her method, I was fortunate to see Ancient Egypt with lush gardens and abundant agriculture. Likewise, the Nile was a flourishing river with fish and used to transport stone on boats up the river to construct temples or pyramids. Next, the archeologist pointed out images etched in temple walls of massive generators we call pyramids that powered ancient Egypt and stored agriculture. In our current time, many of these generators are buried in deserts; she said it would take 100 years to unearth them all. Eventually, it became official; the archeologist activated and aligned me to Egyptology.
After 2 weeks in Cairo, I journeyed to the lands of Royals; the valley of Queens is where the wives of pharaohs are buried, remembered as "the place of beauty." In the valley of Kings occurs the pharaohs and powerful nobles; it is here where I encountered an in-depth look into the stonework of the casket. The Egyptians used limestone and other rocks; but favour black, gray and red granite from Aswan. Also, one of the archeologists I was studying with allowed me to lay in one of the black granite sarcophagi; what a trip, I felt energized and strong. Next, we visited The Karnak and Luxor temples, which revealed a more profound recognition of Egyptology and secret societies coded into hieroglyphics. Ultimately, I studied Egyptian anatomy, specifically the energetic stances of the body, such as left foot to right foot extensions and hand or arm placement. In all fairness, I was tipped off about these stances before I left for Egypt. A friend of mine studied the power of postures before my discovery, but I did the fieldwork. Next, I translated the posture meanings to the archeologist who was with me on tour. In particular, the positions were ancient meditations and active movement techniques like Qigong, Yoga, or Vedic Mudras. In General, every Ancient society established a mobility system, depending on geographic location, climate and religious beliefs. In addition, specific postures create a geometric resonance that attunes the body via various frequencies emitting from the Earth. Thus, our body can be seen as a lightning rod; the more substantial the spine, the more information our neurological system can assimilate (afferent feedback), applying energetic and physical pressure to muscle flow. As I spoke, a small crowd of tourists gathered; some archeologists signalled co-workers and tour guide operators to adopt the conversation. Then, expanding, I revealed that there have always been two posture states, Active or Passive. Next, a pointed to various statues of Pharos; a passive posture is shown here when the body naturally assumes a position with ease. However, as soon as the body experiences end ranges of motion, it becomes active, like this statue that portrays a dynamic stance controlling muscles actively.
Finally, the statues represented proud Pharos and the secrets of achieving a position or spiritual connection, energetically and physically balancing the body. Again, the crowd was impressed, and I was asked to host an Egyptian movement class in the white desert known as Crystal Mountain. To make a long story short, I accomplished this with a group of 30 people where we experienced the postures barefoot in crystal sand. At sunset, I was awarded some Egyptian hash and spent the night under the stars with dessert hyenas nibbling at my toes and stealing my shoes. I said goodbye and thank you to the archeologists who opened me to Egyptology, then I took the trip to Philae Isis temple. As I strolled through the temple, I enjoyed the statues and hieroglyphics, but the images and artwork started to look the same after months of research. Then, I veered off the tourist's path; it was blocked off; still, I was not aware of the sign and walked past it. I entered the room unattended, fell to my knees and looked up at the image of baby hours on the lap of Isis. Tears streamed down my face; my body trembled as the scenes on the wall unlocked my imagination. Next, I was transported to Ancient Egypt, felt like Horus, and experienced his life from start to finish, a massive download assimilating such power into my Aura. Suddenly, a man walked in with a machine gun, put me up against the wall and told me I was trespassing, communicating with broken English; he asked what I was experiencing and why I was in here. I assured him I was lost; he said, liar. Then, he began to frisk me most unusually; he was getting pleasure with touching me and rubbing his body on me. Eventually, some other security came into the room; I was released and left the temple.
After Philae, I decided to seek a more meditative and solitary environment; I was tired of driving and wanted to relax for the remainder of my trip. So, I travelled to Mount Sinai through a torrential rainstorm; the Nile flooded cities, and hotels were inundated with water. In addition, a massive landslide closed the road into the Sinai Region; I was lucky to arrive at my hotel and wait for the rains to stop. Sure enough, the next day, I ventured out. The locals appeared friendly and pointed me toward a coffee space where some English-speaking tourists and operators hung out. I met a woman who called herself an Egyptian tantric practitioner; she showed me hieroglyphics on photocopied papers of sacred rituals or what she called Ancient Ankhing. Also, she emphasized that Ankhing is an arrangement of sexuality via the Universal Heart Chakra or 5th-dimensional consciousness. I replied that I studied and practiced some of these rituals with the Mayans; their philosophy was rooted in the earth's (Pachamama) connection and sexual transmutation. For example, I was taught how to use my erection; I sat naked on the earth and pulled the sexual power up and down my spine. When done, I was rooted in the ground deeply that it was challenging to move me; I evolved into a magnet. After sipping her tea and listening to me, the woman explained more; she said the adepts applied ancient sexual rituals in Egypt before entering unique temples and chambers, ascending to higher consciousness. Finally, after an hour or so of sexual philosophy, she expressed the desire to open my Ka before I walked up Moses Mountain. Now she had my attention because I had never heard of Ka before. So, I learned that Ka is the life force with two realities attached; the 1st is the collective and the source of rejuvenation or vital life. The 2nd is the individual linked to our personal characteristics such as prosperity and health. Long story short, the Tantric woman demonstrated her Egyptian practice through massage. Although her system had a similar experience to the Mayan traditions, except for the KA energies flowing higher, multidimensional. The next day, she left for Cairo but introduced me to a group of Europeans living in the region, revealing where the Egyptian plant doctor lived. But first, a local Bedouin discovered I was seeking plant medicine; he spoke very little English and described himself as a desert dweller, a keeper of ancient holy plants. Also, this man conveyed that he had visions of me arriving at Sinai with a thunderstorm and bringing much-needed rain to the region. So, his gift to me was a drink with "the Divine," he gave me a small amount (Shot Glass) and told me to dress warm and walk the mountains. Unfortunately, he did not share the composition of the Grand Elixir; still, I remembered my conversation with Dennis Mekkana. We spent some time in the jungles of Puerto Maldonado; I revealed to Dennis that after Peru, I leave for Egypt. Dennis instructed me to open my mouth via the burning bush, and he laughed; it was a riddle for me to figure out and stated I was a lucky man if I find the brush.
I Drank the Elixer and walked up Moses Mountain; I started to feel sick; the desert is hot during the day but chilly in the hills at night. At first, I was worried because I had drunk the medicine from a stranger. But, it was not the first time I took substances I understood nothing about. Besides, I started to get a chest cold, and at one point, I slipped and hit my head. Further, I fell to the ground beside stones that looked like an ancient foundation to a home. I was trembling, dizzy, and drifted off, questioning if I would die. Then, suddenly, I heard a voice. It's Elijah; wake up, you found my house. Next, I opened my eyes and said, get lost; I don't have time for Hallucinations; I am very sick; my head hurts, but suddenly he spoke its elijahhhhh his name became a distorted fractal. Now it was apparent the medicine had kicked in; I witnessed angels holding plants in their hands, ascending and descending on DNA strains sounding trumpets and chanting. Finally, I came to, and Elijah spoke again, but clearly, he told me to get up and walk back down to my hotel, go no further. If I continue to climb, I will die. Succeeding, Elijah explained that a man would visit and give me a plant to drink but swallow it slowly with respect. I awoke the next day at my hotel even sicker; I was constipated, my lungs filled with water, and now I became septic, which is very dangerous. Unfortunately, the hotel owners wanted to take me to the hospital, but I explained that I must wait and never mind a doctor; the owner was unsettled but agreed. Next, I was offered a bit of opium; it is used for lung infections caused by damp nights in small doses. I declined and walked out to the hotel's front; I fell to the ground in the hot sun, almost unable to breathe. Finally, I decided to surrender to death; I welcomed it, closed my eyes and recited a native proverb to celebrate the end in courage with a healthy heart. All of a sudden, a man walked by. He was wearing an Egyptian garment covered from head to toe; I only saw his eyes and heard his voice as he dropped a bag of herbs beside my body. He spoke an Egyptian term that sounded like Aswan, then in English, it's a plant that kills infections, a natural antibiotic, and he walked away. I went back to my hotel and did as instructed; I recalled the voice of Elijah to drink it slowly in gratitude. The plant was a bitter flavour and a deep yellow; I drank one cup and fell asleep. Believe it or not, the next day, I felt rejuvenated, almost like I was never sick; then, I drank another cup and slept for the day. Finally, I was up and moving around on the second day, reborn and ready for my next journey, so the hotel owner gave directions to the plant doctor, and I left to search for him. Next, I proceeded into a garden and noticed that all the vegetables and herbs were planted in a medium of small stone and crystal; there was no soil. Also, there were tiny houses and one more substantial in size. Then, a man walked over and introduced himself; he spoke perfect English, a doctor and Bedouin who grows the medicine in the region. Further, he took me under his wing to teach me about the herbs, picking, brewing into tea, and determining diverse species that grew in the mountains. My days were filled with following him and learning as much as possible. Again, the Bedouin was very hospitable; he fed me traditional food cooked in the desert, drank medicinal teas, took me into villages and introduced me to the elders. Eventually, he found me a home below Moses Mountain, where I lived for 40 days fasting, picking and drinking over 40 species of medicinal plants. The house was filled with herbs; I tied and hung them from the ceilings to dry. Then, I researched and documented the detox I endured in my joints and muscles from the consumption. First, I looked through my feces to locate parasites and mucus formations expelled from the body's organs. Second, I drew images of the Herbs on paper and glued samples of the plant with written conclusions. Weeks passed, and eventually, locals and tourists discovered me; they aspired to energetic healing and the plants; now, my days have become busy with people. Finally, my teacher invited a doctor from Cairo; the doctor declared correct my research, and he was very impressed. My time in Egypt was ending; a man from the European Union visited me and reported the locals were getting angry with all the education I offered. Next, he explained that the plants have been hidden from many people for a long time, and exposing the herbs and healing properties is not the best thing to do. In addition, the Europeans conveyed rumours of revolution and profound political changes in Egypt. So, he instructed me to leave the country immediately, and I did; he put me on a shuttle bus back to Cairo and on the plane back to Canada.
Many I consumed and others researched; below is a list of plants living in Sinai; each Herb has an affirmation.
Adrenals The Plant- Latin word, Astragalus: A doctor from Israel ran a lengthy study on this plant and found he could treat many viruses and infections, including aids and Chronic Fatigue. This is because the plant stimulates the adrenals.
Alkalinity The Plant- Latin Word, Chiliadenus Montanus: Purifies the body's salt and restores alkalinity, eliminates acid reflux and restless legs, cleanses the liver and kidneys and removes stones.
Breast Milk Production The Plant - Latin word, Mathiolla: When the goats eat this Herb, they produce five times more milk than usual. In addition, the villagers who drank the goat's milk became calm and relaxed, so the Mathiolla was soothing once consumed.
Child Birth: Sperm Production and Sex Drive The Plant- Latin word, Anise: Grows in the high mountains for men and women, promoting sex, stimulating the ovaries, and improving sperm count.
Cleanse All Systems, Grace and Ease The Plant- Latin word, Capparis: The Bedouins utilized this Herb for food; the plant grows fruit, and they mix it with their meal or just eat the berry on its own. Moreover, it destroys parasites, bacteria, and worms in the colon, muscles, and organs. Therefore, most aches and pains in our bodies and organs are induced by parasites.
Colon Therapy, Centred and Grounded The Plant- Latin word, Artemisia Herbaalba: Releases the gas in the digestive system by consuming leftover waste stored in the colon and stomach by undigested food. For example, the seeds were picked from the Herb, crushed into powder and then swallowed.
Connective Tissues, Bones and Joints The Plant- Latin word, Stachys: There is a story of a man who became exceedingly sore, so much that he was in constant pain for 3 years. Then, one night he had a dream; a monk came to him from the mountains and told him to drink this plant. At first, he thought it was a joke, but he became sicker in his muscles and bones; the Egyptians call these pins and needles; In North America, fibromyalgia or arthritis. Finally, the man drank the tea, and a week later, he was feeling better, able to move and eat food; another three weeks later, he was healed.
Digestion The Plant- Latin word, Harbus- Opens the esophagus and trachea, so food goes down to the stomach quickly; breathing normalizes.
Glandular Restoration, Speak your Truth The Plant- Latin Word, Salvia Malticaulis: Used to treat swollen glands, specifically in the Throat.
Integrates God/universal Will (Surrender) The Plant- Latin word, Verbascum: Apparently, it only grows in Isreal; they believe the plant grows where the Holy land is, God. So, people from the Sinai area planted it, and now it grows in Egypt.
Home: the Celebration of Life The Pant- Latin word, Hypericum Sinaicum: One of the 16 endemic plants to St. Katrine (Sinai). The plant is cooked into oil and rubbed on the skin to treat the blood vessels. Also, the tea helps with deep sadness and dampness inside the body.
Immune System The Plant- Latin word, Colemeorabica: Used to treat all poisons, ranging from scorpion bites, bacteria and the common cold.
Increasing the Flow of Capillaries, Red Blood Cells, and Blood Pressure The Plant- Latin word, Deverratriradiata: Strengthens and expands the entire chest region by increasing blood flow and cell development.
Male Sexual Sensitivity and Release of the Underlying Emotion The Plant- Latin Word, Achillea Fragrantissima: The plant is used to treat premature discharge; the Herb is cooked into a paste and then a cream to rub on the penis, thus giving a slight numbing sensation.
Our Pets, Animals The Plant- Latin word, Euphorbia: Used to treat pets (animals), skin irritations, rashes, dandruff, ticks and fleas; sometimes. In Egypt, they boiled the plant and washed the animal, sometimes adding the Herb to their food.
Prosperity The Plant - Latin word, Polygonal Moazplenses: Also described as the wealth grape, it is known for its magical power to create money. In addition, the plant grows small red fruit that looks like tiny tomatoes that treat the liver when painful.
Parent Patterning The Plant- Latin word, Meedid: This Herb can grow new hair and repair follicles.
Rapid Cellular growth The Plant- Latin word, Aphiona Scarba: The Bedouins use this Herb when they need extra strength to climb and work in the mountains.
Receptive Neurological System, Chemical Balance, Brain Wave Activity and Reset The Plant- Latin word, Pegamumharmala: Repairs damaged brain neurons; the Bedouins call the illness the shake and fall. People worldwide fly to Egypt for treatment of seizures; this Herb is very rare and sought after, it can be poisonous, and only the seeds that grow on top can be consumed. The Bedouins administer ten sources a day for three weeks during treatment. Restoring and Balancing Insulin and Pancreas The Plant- Latin word, Tanacetumsantolinoides: Balances insulin production by repairing the pancreas. The Bedouins believe anger disturbs the pancreas; they apply this plant to men with no interest in women. The plant grows in Sinai only.
Strength in One's Inner Freedom The Plant- Latin word, Arthemisiaherba-alba: Treats cigarette addiction; the bedouins smoke the plant; it goes by the name "shi" and is also used to treat viral infections, influenza, and hoarse coughs.
Serenity Within, Stomach and Abdomen The Plant- Latin word, Thymus Decussates: Used for all colic types, stomach pain, and abdominal cramping. When consumed, the plant provides a soothing feeling, relaxing the tummy.
Survival The Plant- Latin word, Tamardepioltica: This small tree grows in the desert with a distinctive smell; the leaves look fern-like and taste like honey and salt; I tried some and was surprised a tree tastes so good. The Bedouin narrated a quick story from the Bible; a man was lost in the desert for 40 years, and his only chance at survival was to eat this tree, providing the nourishment he needed to survive.
System Reset The Plant -Latin word, Lunia Spenusa. An essential plant in Egypt, I was recognized there's a large consumption of opium in the country. Ultimately, this plant works like North American methadone (used to treat substance addiction) with few side effects. The Herb is boiled for 7 hours and then laid out in the sun until the mixture becomes powder; the substance even looks like opium. Then, the powder is eaten with mild opium feelings that provide a gentle way to detox the addiction.
Tantra The Plant- Latin word, Concours: The plant grows small fruit; the leaves resemble watermelon and fruit. The Bedouin cook the leaves in tea and treat sexual dis-ease. Also, they make it into a crème and rub it on the genitals for exterior infections.
The Female Cycle Harmony, Balance, Release the Underlying Emotion The Plant -Latin word, Teucrium Polium: Used for the female cycle to settle cramping and ease the bleeding, treating constipation, headaches, teething in children, and fat deposits inside the body.
Increase Blood Flow, Strengthen the Cardiovascular System The Plant- Latin Word, Rosemarinus Officinalis: Strengthens the heart's muscles and treats aches and pains by increasing the blood flow. In addition, the Bedouin people mix the plant in their fatty foods to aid digestion.
New Earth The Plant- Nepelaseptemcrenata: The Herb helps angry people into a state of relaxation. Total Well-Being, Safety and Security The Plant -Latin word, Menthe Long Folia: Wild mint is unique and native to the Mount Sinai region treating the common cold. If the Bedouins spot this plant growing in the area, water is close because the plant needs much water to grow.