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Episodes One, Two & Three

Episode One - Art is the Prophet - Prologue
Episode Two - Art is the Bridge
Episode Three - Horus on the Horizon

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Episode One - Art is the Prophet

Art is the expression of the state of consciousness of a culture. Shifts in the mode of art are often the harbinger of a societies collective consciousness. Studying an ancient culture through aesthetics reveals things that about a culture that are often not discernible through forensic analysis. 

Where science fears to tread and religion forbids us to look the artist takes over as the rightful tool guide.


Episode Two - Art is the Bridge

Episode 2 of Magical Egypt features graphic artist and illustrator Brad Klausen, who is well known in music circles as the creator of powerful artwork for major groups like Pearl Jam.

Klausen describes how his foray into ancient Egyptian art led him to study the brain and become well-versed in neuroscience because what he found as he investigated various aspects of Egyptian shapes was that they faithfully depicted anatomical areas of the body and more specifically little known relationships and part of the human brain.

If anatomy and energy are ineffably and intimately connected (not separate) then an in-depth knowledge of the workings of the brain would be requisite for a real knowledge of mind and consciousness.

Klausen uses exquisite graphics to show definitively that many Egyptian sculptures and paintings depicted shapes that are clearly similar to the parts of the brain, down to details like the pineal gland and its location.

He goes on to suggest that even the earliest works of art known, like the supposed “fertility symbols” of the ancient world like the Venus of Willendorf actually depicted significant aspects of brain anatomy.

Many of the “rogue archeologists” – beginning with Schwaller and also Gurdjieff – have suggested that this precise knowledge of the human form and its ability to “tune into” consciousness as a received or energy supports the Hermetic credo of “as above so below.”

Episode 3 - Horus on the Horizon

In the new Magical Egypt Episode 3 we ask the question… " Are there other ways of knowing things?" Ways of knowing that extend beyond the limits of the scientific method? Ways of knowing that explain how acupuncture came into being, or how the 2 plants out of possibly millions in the rainforest could be brought together to the create Ayahuasca? These just two examples or many where trial and error seem unlikely.    In this episode we propose that there is a "Door inside your head” that Gary Osborn directs us too, that grants you access to so much more than most of us perceive, even other worlds.