Sunday, September 7, 2014

Brien Foerster & Stephen Mehler Ancient Egypt Discoveries and Updates

Brien Foerster & Stephen Mehler talk about the khemitolgy tour, Ancient Egypt Discoveries and Updates.

Brien Foerster was raised on the west coast of Canada, where he developed a fascination,early on, of the Native people, their art, and oral traditions. This led to his becoming a professional sculptor, after graduating with an honours BSc degree from the University Of Victoria.

Several totem poles, wooden canoes, masks and other works now grace private collections around the world.

At the age of 35 he moved to Maui, Hawaii, and assisted, as deputy project manager, in the construction of a 62 foot long traditional sailing catamaran. After this he returned to Canada and his art.

Four years ago he made his first trip to Peru. Falling in love with its rich Native traditions, and a Peruvian resident, caused him to want to write about what he was learning. The effort has resulted in this book, so far.

Stephen Mehler was born and raised in New York City, USA His early education focused on the sciences and he received a B.A. in Physiology and Anatomy, with a minor in Chemistry, from Hunter College of the City University of New York in 1967. After a four year hiatus in the U.S. Air Force, during the Vietnam War, Stephen came to California and resumed academic work. He earned an M.A. in Natural Sciences from San Jose State University, specializing in Human Ecology. Discovering a love for prehistory, Stephen worked on an archaeological excavation in France in 1974 with Professor Francois Bordes of the University of Bordeaux, then Director of Antiquities for southwestern France. Returning to San Jose State University, Stephen earned a second M.A. in Social Sciences, specializing in Prehistory and Ancient History in 1978.

Egyptologist Stephen S. Mehler has spent over 30 years researching the answers to these questions: • Was there a advanced prehistoric civilization in ancient Egypt? • Who were the people who built the great pyramids? • Who carved the Great Sphinx? • Did the pyramids serve as energy devices and not as tombs for kings?

Mahler believes the answers are "Yes!" An indigenous oral tradition still exists in Egypt, he has been able to uncover and study it with the help of a living master of this tradition, Abd'El Hakim Awyan. He has also been given permission to share these teachings -presented heretofore in fragments by other researchers-to the Western World, teachings that unfold a whole new understanding of ancient Egypt.