Awaken Your Radiance &

Manifest Your Truth

In Ancient Egypt

Oct 30 - Nov 16, 2023

Join Divine Adventures in a once in a lifetime journey to the cradle of civilization and the seat of the Unity/Christic Consciousness. Tap into this ancient energy that is being utilized today to enter the new Earth frequency. Envelop yourself in the legendary myths of Gods and Goddesses who embodied this understanding and ancient wisdom to access the harmonic dimensions of creation, life, death and rebirth. Walk among the temples of the great mysteries and open yourself to the lessons of these ancient teachers.

Our journey begins with an immersion into ourselves and the frequencies of the New Earth. We learn how to expand our awareness, access and apply alchemical lessons, and embrace our higher self: ‘Our Divine Blueprint’. Then, we step out into the world to explore the sacred dwelling places of the ancient Egyptian Gods and Goddesses who are ready to share their wisdom and help us integrate our newfound radiance. It is from this radiance that we go forth to create our lives and manifest our Truth!

Join Junia Imel and Shauna Kalicki for the Awaken Your Radiance & Manifest Your Truth in Ancient Egypt tour Oct 30 - Nov 16, 2023!

Awaken Your Radiance &

Manifest Your Truth

~In Ancient Egypt~

Itinerary: Oct 30 - Nov 16, 2023

Monday, Oct 30

Our Divine Adventure in Egypt begins today as we arrive at the Cairo International Airport. The minute we step off our plane, our senses are tantalized by the magic and mystic of this ancient land! We feel safe and secure as we are assisted through the entry visa process, the formalities of customs, immigration and finally transferred to our hotel.

Overnight in Cairo. (D if arrive in time)

Tuesday, Oct 31

In the morning, we journey to the Giza Pyramids plateau – opening to the mystery of the Seventh Wonder of the Ancient World to receive permission from the guardians to proceed with our mystical journey! No visit to Egypt is complete without being present with these wonders!

We are captured by the magical vortex of the stargate of the Great Pyramid of Giza (also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or Cheops). This is the largest and oldest pyramid of the three found in this complex. The construction of such a site over 4000 years ago boggles the mind – were common men really able to do this alone in 10 - 20 years? Or were these Egyptians, with highly developed skills, descendants from the advanced Lemurian or Atlantean civilizations? We take a moment to ponder whether Edgar Cayce’s prophecy is true that the annals of the lost continent of Atlantis lie in a tomb beneath these structures. Drawing on our intuition we sense the truth!

For the adventurous, we don camels for the quintessential view of the pyramids! What a ride….just like the ancient nomads of Egypt! (OPTIONAL with additional cost)

The Great Sphinx, the powerful sun god and temple protector, is also present on this plateau. Since the Sphinx relates to the Soul chakra, we take a moment to pay our respect and gaze upon the majestic oracle! View Egypt through the eyes of the ancient ones and feel the undeniable power as we see deeper into our souls!

After our initial walk about, we return to the Great Pyramid, for a once in a lifetime experience with a private visit to the King’s and Queen’s Chambers. We bow humbly as we climb into the mystical seventh wonder of the world to participate in a sacred initiation. This initiation awakens our third eye, enhances our personal frequencies, and connects us to higher levels of consciousness and wisdom.

It is here that we meet with and ask permission of the ancient guardians to allow us to enter this sacred land with their blessings and support of our intentions. With their help, our energies are awakened so we can proceed with the energetic transformation awaiting us along our path.

We end our day with a visit to Gamal Abdullah; an Egyptian healer and reiki master, who works with the ancient Egyptian sacred oils. He shares with us the ancient oils and how to use them to re-activate each chakra according to the ancient Egyptian healing tradition. This is something we’ll appreciate later in our journey!

Overnight in Cairo (B, L, D)

Wednesday, Nov 1

In the early morning, we are transferred to the airport and fly to Sohag to continue the journey of balancing our energies and connecting with our Divine Blueprint. As we arrive in Sohag, we are met by Aset - our guide, healer, and a partner in the House of Life.

On the way to Abydos, we stop at the White and Red Monasteries. These were two of the most famous Coptic/Christian monasteries in all of Egypt.

The White Monastery, due to the reputation of its Archimandrite founder St. Shenouda (Schenute), is one of the most celebrated monasteries in Egypt. At its prime, it is said to have housed 4,000 male and female monastics. The Church of St. Shenoute instituted one of the greatest literacy programs of the era and built one of the largest libraries in the Christian world. It has been a huge project to put these ancient texts back together after centuries of occupation, destruction and dismantling that has sent pieces of the texts all over the world.

The Red Monastery - renowned Church of Saints Bishai and Bigol – brings together three civilizations in one fascinating example of Egypt’s rich history. Said to have been built on the ruins of a pharaonic temple, it includes ancient Egyptian, Roman and Coptic art and architecture. It includes a church known as the ‘Church of the Virgin Mary’ that shows the importance of Jesus Christ, the Virgin Mary, the Four Gospels, and the Apostles to ancient Egypt.

Before continuing to Abydos, we visit the statue of Merit Amun – the ‘White Queen’. Merit Amun was the daughter of Pharaoh Ramesses II, who after the death of her mother Queen Nefertari, became his Great Royal Wife. She was also known as ‘Player of the Sistrum of Mut’, ‘Lady of Both Lands’ and the ‘Prophetess of Hathor’ – a notable woman in ancient Egypt.

After our stops, we drive through the countryside of Upper Egypt to Abydos – an essential pilgrimage site for the ancient Egyptians. It was so important that it was considered the ‘Mecca of the Egyptian religions.’

While in Abydos, we stay at The House of Life which lies within walking distance of the Temple of Seti I; where people came 3500 years ago from all over Egypt to be healed or to get an answer to important questions in their life.

After settling into our accommodations, we gather for a nutritious evening meal and share our early adventures and insights of Egypt.

Overnight in Abydos. (B, L, D)

Thursday Nov 2 - Tuesday, Nov 7

‘You are being called! The extraordinary heights to which you can go are making their way to your consciousness now. Following the path toward this unfolding journey of your Awakening. Are you prepared for the unsealing of your heart, revealing the fullness of your soul’s purpose?’- House of Life

Our ‘Soul Evolution’ Immersion is strategically aligned with the Seti I or Temple of Abydos – built by Pharaoh Seti for the main purpose to ‘heal the suffering of the souls’. From its inception, the temple was a healing temple built to bring back the balance within the hearts of the pilgrims. In ancient days, thousands of pilgrims joined in processions and gathered for healing. With all the ritual and healing that occurred in the temple, it is imbued with potent spiritual power – so powerful that we feel transported as we stand still within its walls!

The Temple of Abydos – home to the ancient Egyptian God Osiris - is a timeless wonder with its peaceful nature and beauty totally captivating our souls. Osiris, Isis’ husband, is considered the god of fertility, lord of the dead and rebirth. According to myth, his life was cut short when his brother, Set, cut him up into pieces. Later, Isis found all the pieces and wrapped his body up like a mummy only after conceiving Horus. This is a sacred place of Rebirth and known as the place of healing and transformation.

Abydos itself is a Stargate of Ancient Egypt. It has been recognized since ancient times as a place where the Universal (i.e. Divine powers) and the Earth energy intersect. Ancient Egyptians knew this and built their temples to be in direct communication with these Divine powers. That is why Abydos is so strategic to the purpose of our journey.

Per the House of Life, ‘stargates are places on Earth where the Universal and Earth energies are in direct connection with each other and form a very strong mutual bond …. these two energies can be best compared with Light (Universe) and Shadow (Earth).’

By staying in a stargate location where these energies cross each other, patterns and themes within us that have to do with the Light and the Shadow are amplified. Depending upon the choices we make, we can create Light or Shadow soul experiences. In the stargate, the soul themes that have played a role for a long time in our lives can be worked out in a short time with the support of the Divine spark that was entrusted to our souls during our creation.

This Divine spark has its origin in the primordial source of the Divine creation and provides us with the ability to rise above ourselves no matter whether we are dealing with the Light or Shadow within us. This is where we find our original Divine Blueprint – our soul’s authentic purpose.

Behind the Temple of Abydos is the Osireion Temple – one of the most amazing yet mysterious ancient structures in Egypt. In this temple is found the oldest example of the Flower of Life carved or burned into granite on several columns. The Flower of Life contains the patterns of creation as they emerged from the ‘Great Void’. It is said to be the blueprint of the universe, containing the basis for the design of every atom, molecular structure, life form and all existing things. Everything is made from the Creator’s thought and contained within the Flower of Life’s sacred geometric structure.

Within the Flower of LIfe exists the Merkaba (Mer is Heart, Ka is Shadow and Ba is Light), Eye of Ra, and Metatron’s Cube which brings forth the sacred platonic solids (i.e. circle, square, triangle).

It is here that we embark upon our journey to embody our Divine Blueprint! Using Ancient Egyptian healing practices, Flower of Life, sacred geometry, and rituals along with the spiritual healing energies of the Temple of Abydos, we focus on our own personal themes and spiritual expansion.

In this ancient Egyptian stargate, we are surrounded by sacred geometry that can be used for our soul evolution and the raising of our personal frequencies. We learn to strengthen and control what the ancient Egyptians referred to as “Ba” and “Ka”, the dual aspects of a human spirit.

Throughout our immersion at the House of Life, we have many opportunities to support our expansion and evolution. This includes such things as:

Overnight in Abydos. (B, L, D)

Wednesday, Nov 8

After we have ‘electrified’ our Divine Blueprint with these potent energies in Abydos, we continue our journey to Dendera. This is the home of the exquisite Temple of Hathor, which to some, represents the heart chakra. The Temple of Hathor (Hat-hor or House of Horus) was known for its ‘Dendera Zodiac’. Built between 30 BC and 14 AD makes it one of the youngest Egyptian temples. Some feel that it was built on top of an older temple which dictated its unique design.

Inside is a fascinating roof chapel dedicated to Osiris. This chapel and ceiling contain a sundial and a circular zodiac that recalls the origins of Egypt. The zodiac consists of two superimposed constellations – one centered on the geographical north pole and the other on the true north pole. An axis passes through Pisces, confirming what we know from archaeological evidence that it was built during the age of Pisces. The presence of this incredible zodiac is a great mystery and creates more questions than answers!

Dendera is also considered an ancient healing center comparable to Lourdes because it was here the Hathor Priests and Priestesses gathered to perform rituals and gathered for celebrations. Hathor was a complex, multifaceted deity with many sides. She was the wife of Horus and the goddess of abundance, love, joy, music, female sexuality, fertility, motherhood, and healing. As the source of Divine nourishment, Hathor represented the cosmic womb and was often depicted as a cow. In addition, some feel this temple provided a school for Hathor and Sekhmet priestesses. Tapping into our newly embodied Divine Blueprint and our heart chakra, let Hathor enchant us with her musical vibrations, charming us into sensual and feminine ecstasy!

We take time to reconnect and harmonize our frequencies on this rooftop where Hathor priests and priestesses gathered for their celebrations! What ancient messages are being sent to us?

Overnight in Luxor. (B, Box L, D)

Thursday, Nov 9

The vast and overwhelming Temple of Karnak complex is our destination today. It is the largest religious building ever constructed consisting of temples, chapels, pylons, and other buildings. It represents the combined achievement of many generations of Egyptian builders. With over 30 pharaohs contributing to the buildings, Karnak was able to reach a size, complexity and diversity not seen elsewhere. Some consider it the center of creation of the Universe – a powerful center representing the solar plexus chakra.

Considered the ‘Most Selected of Places’, it was the contact point between Amun – the supreme ruler of the Universe – and the pharaoh – the supreme ruler on Earth who represented all Egyptian people. It was the main place of worship of the Theban Triad – Amun, Mut and Khonsu – and was a place of pilgrimage for thousands of years. It was also the starting place of the procession from Karnak to Luxor Temple during the Opet Festival.

Within the temple complex is the Ptah and Sekhmet Temple. The Temple of Ptah’s main purpose was to provide a place to worship God Ptah, his wife Sekhmet, and their son Nefertum. God Ptah was the creator god governing art, architecture, engineering, and craftsmanship.

According to myth, the sun god Ra sent his daughter, Hathor, as Sekhmet – the lion-headed goddess – to Earth to destroy mortals who conspired against him. Her bloodlust was not satisfied at the end of battle, and she began destroying almost all of humanity. Ra had to figure out a way to stop her, so he poured out beer dyed red to resemble blood into the Nile. Mistaking the beer for blood, she became so drunk that she stopped her rampage yet earned her reputation for power and revenge. Sekhmet, as the goddess of war and healing, was one aspect of the goddess Hathor. Hathor and Sekhmet emphasize the duality within us and teach us how we can apply their respective qualities in our life as part of our Divine Blueprint.

After walking through the seven doors of Ptah’s Temple, we arrive at a small sanctuary dedicated to Sekhmet - the ‘Eye of Ra’, goddess of war and healing. Here we experience her radiant and powerful vibration transmissions and activations as we have a special opportunity to have our own personal encounter with Sekhmet! These magnificent energies open and expand our healing abilities and support the remembrance of who we are!

These archetypes of gods and goddesses are powerful and can help us make sense of unseen worlds and to understand ourselves and our time on Earth. Do you need Sekhmet’s help? Call upon her now or when you need courage, protection, and help. She would love to help you!

In the afternoon, we follow the path of the Opet Festival and arrive at the Temple of Luxor. The annual Opet Festival was a celebration of fertility and rebirth. The Egyptians believed that towards the end of the annual agricultural cycle, the gods and the Earth became exhausted and required new energy from the chaotic energy of the cosmos. The Opet Festival was held yearly to accomplish this magical regeneration and to celebrate the link between the pharaoh and the god Amun.

At the Temple of Luxor, we delight in Schwaller de Lubcz’s ‘Temple of Man’ creation. He popularized the use of sacred geometry in Egyptology during his study of the art and architecture of the Temple of Luxor. He felt the temples were used for mystical initiations and that their design incorporates symbolism expressing a belief system that combined religion, philosophy, art, and science. He called this ‘symbolist’ interpretation of ancient Egypt the ‘Temple of Man’. He felt the human form was the basis for ancient Egyptian architecture and equated parts of the temples with parts of the human body. He compares the Temple of Luxor to the shape of a human body, incorporating its energy centers.

The Temple of Luxor was built by Pharaoh Amenophis III. Like Karnak, it was a place to worship the three Egyptian gods – Amun, Mut and their child, Khonsu. Unlike other temples in Thebes, the Luxor Temple was not dedicated to a cult god or a deified version of the king. Instead, it is dedicated to the rejuvenation of kingship and may have been where many of the Egyptian kings were crowned.

Tonight, we bid farewell to Aset, grateful for her support and teachings. Even though she will not be with us in physical form, she continues the journey with us through the ethereal realm.

Overnight in Luxor. (B, L, D)

Friday, Nov 10

For those daring souls, we embark upon an early morning journey to the West Bank of ancient Thebes where we take a sunrise hot air balloon ride to explore the veil between us and the invisible worlds beyond. The veil is thin and the energies and forces powerful! As we soar over the Valley of the Kings and Queens, the sun illuminates the valley bringing life to the land of tombs! Nothing is more magical and spectacular! (This balloon ride is OPTIONAL at an additional cost)

Between the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens lies the impressive Temple of Hatshepsut. The temple is one of the greatest Egyptian architectural achievements. It is a colonnaded structure, created as a memorial (not tomb) to Queen Hatshepsut commemorating her great achievements and also to honor Amun, the patron god of Thebes. Known as Djeser Djeseru, or “holy of holies,” her temple was decorated with scenes from her reign and housed shrines to Anubis, god of the dead; Hathor, goddess of fertility; Amun, king of gods; and Ra, god of the sun.

The story of Hatshepsut is tragic. She ruled Egypt as the regent for her adolescent stepson Tutmose III when her brother, Tutmose II, died. She had the Hatshepsut Temple built, but six years before her death, all official records of her ceased and many paintings and statues were defaced and destroyed. It is presumed that Tutmose III, sometimes referred to as the Napoleon of Egypt, was responsible. This was all during the time of Moses and the great Exodus from Egypt.

Afterwards, we continue to Esna to begin our four-night luxury cruise on the Nile River. This is a unique opportunity to cruise the ‘waterway of antiquity’ – the Mother Nile – on a Dahabeya! A Dahabeya allows us to enjoy sailing down the Nile just as royal families and celebrities did in days gone by.

The ancient Egyptians believed the longest river in the world - the Mother Nile - represented the backbone of Egypt and like the human body, was the main support system for Egypt. Everything about life in Egypt revolved around this important system. For the ancient people, it was the source of all life and an integral part of the lives of the gods. It was considered the ‘center of the world’ and where it originated was the ‘beginning of the world’. By day, we explore the ancient temples that are scattered along the Nile and by night, we bask in the star light as we are rocked to sleep.

But this afternoon, we settle in and let ourselves drift away as we witness the raw beauty and tropical landscapes lining this backbone of Egypt.

Overnight on Dahabeya (B, L, D)

Saturday, Nov 11

Today we explore more of our inner world journeying to places deep within as we are gently lulled by the fabulous remembrances of times gone by. Some feel the temples of ancient Egypt were placed strategically along the Nile to correspond with the major energy chakras that exist along our ‘backbone’. As we go through these sites, focus on your chakras as we flow with the spirit of the Nile.

Enjoy a relaxing day sailing to Edfu, an Egyptian city on the west bank of the Nile between Esna and Aswan. It is in a wide valley, an optimal place for a human settlement as well as Horus’ Edfu Temple. This location keeps it safe from the annual flooding of the Nile.

The Edfu Temple is the best-preserved temple of the ancient world. Even though it was built between 237 and 57 BC, the desert sand filled it, preserving it after the pagan cult was banned. Also known as the Horus Temple, it is dedicated to the Falcon God – the avenging son of Isis and Osiris. Here we feel the strength and wisdom of the Warrior god and tap into this powerful and palpable energy permeating the temple. It is only fitting that this temple represents our third chakra, the navel – our body’s power center – so take a moment and fill yourself up!

Perhaps take a little reminder home with you in the form of the Eye of Horus symbol – an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power, and good health. The origin of this symbol is found in the myth of Set and Osiris. The ancient Egyptians believed that Osiris was the king of Egypt and that his brother, Set, desired his throne. Through trickery, Set succeeded in murdering his brother and became the new king. Osiris’ wife Isis managed to bring her husband back to life temporarily through magic and became pregnant with Horus.

When Horus reached adulthood, he sought to avenge the death of his father, so fought Set in a series of battles. Even though Horus was able to vanquish his uncle, he lost an eye in the process. Since the eye was magically restored, ancient Egyptians believed that it possessed healing properties and amulets were made and worn by both the living and the dead.

Tonight, we continue to immerse ourselves in Egyptian culture and enjoy a traditional Nubian dinner and music on the island of Besheer.

Overnight on Dahabeya (B, L, D)

Sunday, Nov 12

After a night of celebration and culture, we journey to Kom Ombo Temple. Kom Ombo is a picturesque temple along the banks of the Nile. This healing temple is approximately 1800 years old and dedicated to two gods – Sobek (crocodile) and Horus (falcon). Sobek represents the Lower self and Horus represents the Higher Self.

Representing the second chakra, this unusual double temple is about the struggle between the light and dark inside each of us. It is perfectly symmetrical along the main axis with twin entrances, halls, and sanctuaries with possibly two priesthoods.

Here, we reflect on the aspects of nature and our cosmos represented by these gods and goddesses and how they relate to awakening our senses and raising our levels of consciousness. We explore the powerful initiatives that were once practiced here and take advantage of the deep and self-directed lessons that the ancients have experienced.

By sharing our experiences of this powerful temple and practices, we shed light on our shadow and embrace our duality. What a transformative day!

Overnight on Dahabeya (B, L, D)

Monday, Nov 13

During the night, we sail into Aswan city, also known as the city of Khnum. Khnum, the ram-headed god, was responsible for the creation of newborn children. Because of this, many people experience what is called a ‘New Birth’ in Aswan.

We begin our day by taking a motorboat to the enchanting island of Philae and the mighty Isis Temple. Isis is associated with the most ancient and reverent star, Sirius. The annual rise in Sirius was synonymous with the flooding of the Nile River, which left huge deposits of silt. This very valuable black earth called Kemit gave Egypt its original name.

Isis, wife of Osiris and mother of Horus, is usually depicted wearing a throne on her head that reflects the matriarchal nature of the very ancient civilization. Here we embrace the love of Egypt’s Divine Mother. Through the sacred Rite of the Womb ritual, we embody our own Divine feminine and blend our duality into our Divine Blueprint. Her temple, the Temple of Isis, was one of the most sacred temples by the Nubians and the Egyptians because of her love and devotion for Osiris.

The temple walls contain scenes from Egyptian mythology of Isis bringing Osiris back to life, giving birth to Horus, and mummifying Osiris after his death. This temple complex was moved to higher ground and reconstructed during the building of the Aswan dam. Perhaps we can enter the complex through the original gates to feel her divine presence!

In the Temple of Isis, we realize the strength and wisdom of the Goddess religions. The energy of Isis, Hathor, Sekhmet, and Bastet are palpable. Now is the time to tap into the knowledge, love, and wisdom of these female deities to help us release our old selves and begin to assemble the pieces of our souls that we want to incorporate into our Divine Blueprint. Pay close attention to the energies you are drawing to yourself!

In the afternoon, we embark on a felucca (a smaller wooden sailboat) to Khnum Temple on Elephantine Island. The Temple of Khnum, dedicated to Khnum the ram-headed god, is the first or root chakra temple along the Nile.

The oldest and most important deities in the Egyptian pantheon are often the most mysterious. They are so old that they’re veiled in a mist of ancient mysteries. From the earliest developments of the Egyptian civilization in the Nile’s valleys these chief deities shaped the emerging culture of Egypt. One such god is Khnum – the great potter and creator of people and the chief deity of the source of the Nile. He was directly related to the fertility and abundance that the flooding of the Nile brought, making him one of the most important and revered gods of ancient Egyptians.

Today we explore the mysteries that follow this enigmatic deity – The Divine Potter. Khnum and his wife, Neith, are referred to as creator deities. Khnum is referred to as the "father of the fathers" and Neith as the "mother of the mothers". They later become the parents of Ra, who is also referred to as Khnum-Re.

In the evening, we enjoy a delicious traditional meal and participate in the Zikr, the mystical Sufi dance! What a cultural immersion!

Overnight on Dahabeya (B, L, D)

Tuesday, Nov 14

We take an early flight from Aswan to Cairo and transfer to our Cairo hotel. After a little rest, we visit Old Cairo where, over 2000 years ago, Babylon and the first settlements were constructed because of the strategic positioning between the Nile River and the Red Sea. Even though the Nile River changed course, there are significant historic sites dating from Egypt’s Christian past during the Greco-Roman period when Egypt became a Christian nation and later with the dawn of Islam. It is here that we follow the journey of the holy family and learn of their relationship with Isis and Horus.

In Coptic Cairo, we find the Church of St. Sergius which is supposedly built upon the site of a crypt where the Holy Family hid during their time in Egypt. Even further back is the Ben Ezra Synagogue – the oldest synagogue in Cairo on the site claimed to be either the Temple of Jeremiah or the site where the pharaoh’s daughter found Moses among the reeds. Egypt’s history is a melting pot for the world’s religious past. Egypt is truly the cradle of civilization and religions!

Overnight in Cairo. (B, L, D)

Wednesday, Nov 15

After breakfast, we visit the vast, ancient burial ground of Sakkara that served as the necropolis for the ancient Egyptian capital of Memphis. Sakkara features dozens of Old Kingdom pyramids that seem to rise out of the ground on the west bank. One is the world’s oldest freestanding stone complex, the Djoser’s Step Pyramid, that was built around 2630 B.C. Imhotep, King Djoser’s (Dynasty III) architect, masterminded this amazing six tier pyramid structure atop a mastaba - low, oblong tomb for priests, nobles, and prominent citizens.

Many interesting artifacts and innumerable sound healing temples have been found in this UNESCO World Heritage Site since upwards of 16 Egyptian kings built their own pyramids in the area and later other high officials built funeraries.

Sakkara - the Throat Chakra of Egypt - is the center of awareness and knowledge. It connects with the etheric realm of the God Thoth; the god of knowledge and wisdom. This chakra is about our individual expression, our true purpose in life, and our creativity. In this special site, our entire journey comes together as Thoth, the enlightened communicator, inspires us to continue to integrate our Divine Blueprint into our daily lives as we return home!

Later we celebrate the night away as we enjoy our farewell dinner complete with Sufi Whirling Dervishes! As we watch, we have the potential to commune with the Divine through this sacred moving meditation. As we return to our hotel, set your intent to experience inspired dreams about your sacred journey in this ancient land, and if desired, share before we leave the following day.

Overnight in Cairo (B, L, D)

Thursday, Nov 16

After a life changing journey, it is time to say goodbye to the ancient land and our fellow travelers with whom we have shared this mystical Divine Adventure! After breakfast, we are transferred to the Cairo International Airport for our flights back home.

Take some time on your flight to reflect on this powerful and memorable journey and integrate this new wisdom into your being. Are you promising to return again??

Take note: we are not the same Beings as the ones that started this quest for truth!

Overnight on flight or home (B)


Our Transformational Guides and Leaders

Horus from Abydos & Aset

The House of Life was born from a 1970’s prophetic dream by an English woman named Dorothy Eady, better known as Omm Sety. Omm Sety dedicated her life to the authentic experience of ancient Egyptian religion by studying how Egyptians expressed their deepest religious feelings by seeking to connect between the Earth and the Heavens, by building their monumental temples and through other expressions.

The Temple of Sety l had a special place in her heart. It was her dream to build a Healing Centre at Abydos where ancient Egyptian Healing and Rituals could be re-initiated and re-applied. Here, the wisdom and knowledge could be shared with those prepared to take the journey of experiencing thousand-year-old traditional healings that are synchronized to the wisdom of the ancient Gods and Goddesses so the “Ba” (soul) of the human being becomes liberated back into the light.

Even though Omm Sety died in 1981, her vision lived on within the heart of a young boy she met in Abydos. She recognized within this young boy spiritual gifts and an exceptional connection to the ancient Egyptian religion. She began to train him, sharing her knowledge with this young, gifted boy who had special healing powers and knowledge of ancient religions. Due to a vision this boy had when he was eleven, Omm Sety gave him the name Horus from Abydos.

During Omm Sety’s life, Horus from Abydos spent many years in intense training and initiations to become the Egyptian healer and priest he is today. Since her death, Horus has pursued her dream to build the ‘House of Life’ Centre. The fruition of this dream demanded superhuman perseverance and persistence. Little did he know that in 2008 Omm Sety would send him someone to help manifest this vision.

In 2007, Yvon Taken, a Dutch music therapist, was called to Egypt. During this cultural/spiritual journey, Yvon’s heart was re-opened to the Temple of Sety l as she remembered a past life at the Temple in the 19th Dynasty. In this past life, she and Horus worked in partnership and spent much time in daily meditations at the Temple. She knew that their previous profound teamwork of healing practices in ancient Egypt would be re-established to serve humanity again! Yvon’s purpose in life became clear – to use her healing gifts in conjunction with Horus to heal the souls of many who would visit the House of Life.

Yvon has spent much of her life using music therapeutically to bring about healing and development to the human soul. No matter what realm of the human soul whether it be the divine purity of the newborn baby or the world of challenged adults, Yvon uses her music to serve every soul in rediscovering itself and healing its strength and light.

Omm Sety’s dream to pass on the knowledge of ancient Egyptian Healing now became Horus and Yvon’s shared dream. With the memories of her past, Yvon’s ancient name of Aset (Isis) became known. Since 2008, Aset and Horus in partnership created the new Healing Centre annex to the ‘House of Life’ to re-vitalize ancient Egyptian Healing powers so the balance of male and female energies is re-established. It is here that the ancient Egyptian Healing Powers will once again create Light, Love, Strength, and Happiness in every soul that visits and throughout the entire area of Abydos, Egypt.

Even though Omm Sety was the catalyst, instigator, and inspiration for the ‘House of Life’, it took a team and the spiritual partnership of Aset and Horus to manifest the dream.


Rabie is a Khemetologist, Egyptologist, and Tour Director which is a rare combination that has given him an expanded and unique perspective on ancient Egypt. His interest in the history of Egypt grew steadily from his early childhood when he visited the pyramids. During this experience, one question dominated the field of his mind; how were they built?

Rabie’s sense of inner inquiry and curiosity led him to question the conventional storyline of Ancient Egypt. He turned toward immersing himself in an emerging, interdisciplinary field called Khemetology, which is concerned with the study of the pre-Dynastic and anti-diluvian Egyptian civilizations. He revisited the ancient Egyptian records with new eyes, delving into vast and varied disciplines such as quantum physics, Sufism, Cosmology, and demonology. Ultimately, Rabie considers himself a researcher of truth.

He graduated with excellence from the department of Egyptology within the Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management in 2006 and is the CEO of Unknown Egypt Travel.

Shauna Kalicki

Shauna is a Channel, a certified Empowerment Coach, a Sacred Pipe Carrier, and a Ceremonialist. She channels Cerian (a collective of 16th dimensional beings), Ethereal Autists, and Ascended Masters. As a contributor to the newly released book by Alex Marcoux, “Destination New Earth-A Blueprint to 5D Consciousness”, her channeling was instrumental in bringing to light the wisdom set forth in the book.

Shauna has traveled deep into the jungles of Peru, the temples of Bali, caves and castles of France and the mountains of Switzerland to open her energetic body to the frequencies of the Masters. These travels awakened her innate abilities to channel the wisdom of multidimensional beings to help in the evolution of humanity. Applying the Sophic energies of the High Heart and the energies of the ancient Lemurians, she is awakening individuals to their life purpose and assisting Gaia in her ascension into 5D Consciousness.

This has been a lifelong quest for Shauna. Little did she know that this circuitous route she has been on for over 40 years would lead to the actualization of her life’s purpose during this critical time in humanity's awakening.

As a lightworker, Shauna is dedicated to those wanting to embrace the magnificence of the nature of their True Self. She is excited to share the incredible Magic and Wonder of being a Spark of Light in human form.

Junia Imel

In 2002, Junia took a quantum leap. Courageously she followed an inner calling to travel solo in Peru. During her eight months traveling, she was invited into ritual with the Peruvian Q’ero, Shipibo and medicine men and women. She spent time studying with these indigenous shamans, curanderas, spiritual guides and mystics and her life was changed forever…

During this first trip to South America, the shamans bestowed upon her, the Shipibo name “Inin Beka” which means ‘sweet smelling protective cloth.’ Since then, she opened herself to her calling and became a master of holding sacred space so others can journey safely and fully protected.

Now she merges her love of adventure with her natural leadership abilities to create a unique travel experience called, Divine Adventures. Junia guides groups and individuals to sacred sites around the world such as: Egypt, India, Mexico, France, Spain, and Peru. With her guidance, people journey to new dimensions in these sacred sites to unleash their innate wisdom and brilliance to awaken to their life desires and manifest their dreams. She offers Divine Adventures that combine service with personal expansion and transformation.



Price of Tour

Price per Person in US dollars for the 18 DAY / 17 NIGHT Journey:

DOUBLE OCCUPANCY: *$6,999 (Cash Price) (+3.6% for Credit Card)

SINGLE Supplement: Contact Junia if interested in Single Occupancy

Limited space - so reserve your spot today!

* Register with a friend by March 22 and SAVE $100 per person! Not to be used with any other offers.

(NOTE: Price includes land journey within Egypt and 2 Intra-Egyptian flights: Cairo to Sohag and Aswan to Cairo. International flights to and from your home city to Cairo, Egypt ARE NOT included.)

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Limited space - so reserve your spot today!


Questions? - Contact Junia