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The A.R.E.'s
Arizona
Core Team Presents...



September 19, 1999


John Van Auken

Ancient Truth
And Its Relevance Today

Phoenix, Arizona




Ancient Truth And Its Relevance Today
The spiritual significance of Atlantis, the Yucatan, and Egypt
"The Egyptian period may be considered one of the most momentous occasions or periods in the world’s history..." - Edgar Cayce
Explore the spiritual significance of our ancient past as we approach a new millennium. It’s difficult to know where we are going unless we know where we have been, not only physically but spiritually. John Van Auken presents the history and wonder of the souls‚ the descent from heaven into matter, our initiation into the esoteric ways, and its relevance for us today. Using beautiful, rare slides and overhead transparencies, John helps us to see, feel, and recall the continuity of life, from our ancient genesis to our coming revelation. Atlantis, Lemuria, Maya, Egypt, and the mysterious Hall of Records will all be covered. Discussion sessions allow you to get a better hold on your unique perspective as well as answers to your personal questions. The day ends with a semi-hypnotic session guiding us to our own inner Hall of Records, drawing the memories and meanings forward for present-day enlightenment. Come, join in a uniquely special day of inner awakening and outer enrichment!


John Van Auken

John Van Auken is a popular speaker and author on topics of mystical spirituality, reincarnation, prophecy, rejuvenation of the body, and Egyptian mysticism.


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Sunday
September 19, 1999

Ancient Truth and Its Relevance Today

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Registration and book tables open at 9:30 AM.

Location:
Russell Auditorium - Army National Guard
5636 E. McDowell Road, Phoenix
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Tuition:
$55 pre-registration, $65 at the door -
$10 discount for students and seniors with appropriate ID

Lunch is available onsite for $5.

Pre-registration ends Sept. 18.

For more information please call:
(480)443-3637 or
(480) 970-0419

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