for the ancient Egyptian "city of light" is a
vibrantly dynamic spiritual community and alchemical mystery
school dedicated to the unification of art, spirituality
and technology. Born from a dream by Oberto Airaudi, spiritually
named Falco, inventor, artist, scientist and philosopher,
he gathered together 12 spiritual visionaries and founded
Damanhur in 1977. Damanhur has since inspired new leaders
of research in sacred art, music, language, organic agriculture,
medical arts and time travel. Damanhur has a social and
political structure, a constitution, economic activities,
schools, daily paper and its own currency. Their textiles,
stained glass, mosaic tiles and silk clothing are exquisitely
The temples of humankind
in Damanhur, sometimes called the 10th wonder of the world,
is a fully underground temple of vast corridors that lead
to breathtaking inner temples filled with wall to wall art.
Deep within the temple's inner structure is a highly intricate
system of "Selfic technology" - a gigantic battery
composed of 300 tons of detailed energy conducting circuits,
connections and pathways made of virtually every mineral
and metal known. Damanhurians say the ancient science of
'Selfica' - the practical use of spirals (basic form of
our universe) and metals concentrate and direct vital energies.
This technology is a very important aspect of life in Damanhur,
not only for time travel research, but for enhancing personal
health and energy management, stimulating creativity and
insight, accessing deep states of meditation for spiritual
growth, and the appreciation of art and beauty.
One of the most powerful and peaceful
vortexes on the planet, Damanhur's underground temple is
located at the apex of four major synchronic lines. Lhasa,
Tibet and Damanhur, Italy are the only two known points
where four of these lines meet, circulating the earth's
energies and storing large amounts of energy in rock formations.
The temples of humankind is carved completely inside a vein
of Mylonite, a rare mineral characterized by its ability
to transport the physical energies of the earth. Human generated
energies through ritualistic dancing, chanting, meditating
and singing serve as a centerpiece of social and spiritual
life and can be stored by the temple's circuitry. Damanhurians
believe there is a precise relationship between the extension
of decorated surfaces and the amount of energy used. For
example, glass is often used to double the surface area
and the energies of the art.
Since 1994, Damanhurian researchers
have successfully conducted experiments, determining two
main ways to time travel; i.e., with the physical body and
with the consciousness and subtle bodies. Damanhurians believe
that we have many possible realities and that the more we
consciously choose to create a better world, the greater
the force will be towards the creation of a new timeline,
one based on world unity.
Experience an amazing slide show
and lecture presentation of this extraordinary spiritual
community by Dan and Rio Watson. Learn about this truly
fascinating place as they share details about Damanhur and
the magical experiences from their visits there.
Dan Watson, Ph.D., is a psychologist
and researcher of energy medicine and spiritual psychology.
Rio Watson is a Science and Mind practicioner from Agape
International. Both are energy healers, international instructors
and co-founders of the LaHo-Chi Institute, an international
center for spiritual energy training in Hillsborough, NC.
Dan ad Rio travel throughout the United States and Europe
assisting others in Light Body Activation and Soul Awakening
and also co-lead journies to Damanhur. They bring a greater
awareness of the benefits of spiritual energy healing and
serve in the development of spiritual community worldwide.
To learn more about LaHo-Chi Institute, Angel Light, energy
healing, vocal toning and other related topics as wella
s their Damanhur excursions, visit their website at www.lahochicenter.com
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The next trip to Damanhur is scheduled for May 17-30, 2005.
You can check out Damanhur at www.damanhur.org.