Join the Louisville Esoteric Society on Tuesday March 12, 2013 at 6:30 PM for our next meeting topic:  Has the ‘Hall of Records’ of Atlantis Been Discovered in Giza, Egypt?” presented by Jim Patterson.

In the 1930s the “Sleeping Prophet” Edgar Cayce gave a number of readings that spoke of a Hall of Records.  It consisted of one or more chambers somewhere beneath the surface of the Giza Plateau in Egypt near the Sphinx – holding the ancient records of Atlantis and Earth’s even earlier history.  Created in 10,500 BC at the same time the Great Pyramid and Sphinx were supposedly built, its designer and creator was the Egyptian ‘god’ Thoth (Hermes).  He and his fellow Atlanteans escaped the final destruction of their continent and wished to preserve ancient knowledge, wisdom and technology to be revealed millennia later as humanity moved towards a more spiritual life.  This, then, was the story as given in the Edgar Cayce’s readings.

Does ancient or contemporary evidence indicate this Hall of Records might actually exist?  What evidence points to a vast and hidden underground complex of chambers beneath the Giza Plateau?  Has the Hall of Records already been found, but not revealed?  Is this simply a story of fiction – or a hidden reality known by a very few?

Follow us along an intriguing path of mysterious breadcrumbs, looking to uncover the answer to an ancient detective story.  Find out about three different sets of people who independently claimed to find the Hall of Records and what they said it contains.  Are their stories credible or a fabrication?

Fact?  Fiction?  You decide.

Everyone in attendance will have a chance to win one of two door prizes to be given away after the meeting:

  • The book:  “Beneath The Pyramids” by Andrew Collins
  • The DVD:  “Beneath The Pyramids” with Andrew Collins

All sincere seekers are welcome.  A $5 donation is suggested.



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