Lecture Giza

Lecture 1: The Library of Giza – Monument of Creation

The Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world and the only one left. For centuries, this enigmatic building has been visited and explored and one still tries to find its true meaning and function. Both the construction method and function will always be a source of inspiration for many professional and non-professional researchers, both in Egypt and beyond. However, for Willem Witteveen, the Great Pyramid is not a tomb of Pharaoh Khufu, but an ancient archive or library intended for present generations and containing the crucial ‘Golden Frequency of Giza’, responsible for the origin and existence of life on Earth. The four earthly elements Earth, Water, Air and Fire are an essential part of the message bequeathed to us, as they constitute an important part of our creation and merge in the Great Pyramid of Giza. Water and vibration, essential components of the earthly elements, form the key to this amazing mystical legacy. A process wherein the ‘divine’ is represented by the fifth, all-encompassing element Aether as the carrier of all information, both on Earth and beyond. This lecture with the title mentioned above is the story of Willem Witteveen’s book entitled ‘The Great Pyramid of Giza – a modern view on ancient knowledge.’ A book about a ‘new vision’, mainly based on own research but not without linking existing ancient knowledge, modern physics, logic and intuition. A pilgrimage to our ancient past in order to develop an own personal vision without being influenced by our modern scientific knowledge and dogmas; knowledge that sometimes does not appear to be that ‘modern’ at all. A new vision, primarily based on a sustainable Earth. Just like our ancient predecessors are trying to tell us. Open yourself to this new vision, but also to the magic of Ancient Egypt and join this ‘journey.’

The Great Pyramid
Lecture Saqqara

Lecture 2: Saqqara – Laboratory of the Gods

A story about an extraordinary site in Egypt where most inexplicable artifacts are found and where archaeological excavations are still taking place. An area of ​​interest to archeologists and Egyptologists because of the many layers of ancient Egyptian funeral traditions that can be found here. It is a strictly protected area, about 30 kilometres south of Giza (Cairo), where archaeological finds are regularly kept secret from the public by the Egyptian authorities and are as such not exhibited in museums. And yet, there is still a lot to discover; artifacts and phenomena unknown to archaeologists and therefore labeled as pseudo-scientific nonsense that does not fit into the mindset of the modern Egyptologist. Saqqara was an important place in ancient times, where many experiments took place concerning healing methods by means of  sound and vibration as an important element of the electromagnetic spectrum in modern physics. The founder of Egyptian medicine resided in Saqqara, was a high priest at Pharaoh Djoser’s court and was best known as the architect of the famous Step Pyramid. His name was Imhotep, and because of his extensive knowledge of medicine, he was deified and declared to be a god of healing and medicine by the Egyptians two thousand years after his death. The Greeks in Egypt equated him with their god Asclepius, the Greek god of medicine. This makes Saqqara a very intriguing site, but also a place of caution. Even the Bible plays an important role its history. The second part of the lecture is about the role of the Ark of the Covenant and its relationship with Ancient Egypt and Saqqara in particular. This Ark might have served a totally different purpose than hitherto still being accepted by the traditional Christian culture. Through this story, a corner of the veil of secrecy is lifted, however, a closed veil might have been better.