Exploring Ancient Sites around the world – Egypt, Bosnia and Mexico

Exploring Ancient Sites around the world – Egypt, Bosnia and Mexico

“Everything is dependent on everything else. We tend to forget that in our world.” Nassim Haramein

Howdy everyone.  This past year’s journey around the sun has been the most enlightening of my life. 

I’ve been wanting to share my recent experiences, things that have changed me.  But it’s been hard to put into words.

I believe that life experience is the true measure of a man. It is not enough to educate through books or watch endless videos on a subject, because nothing replaces an experience with your own senses and your own thoughts.  

My art is inspired by these experiences and they are the foundation of who I am.   In the past year and a half I found myself surrounded by extraordinary thinkers. 

Instead of surf adventures, I changed course and visited three different places:

1 – The mysterious Bosnian Pyramid (said to be the largest in the world)

2 – Teotihuacan, City of the Gods in Mexico, and

3 – The majestic land of Egypt.

I felt a calling to these ancient sites in hopes to understand something from our distant past.   This is linked to my lifelong interests in Meteorology, Solar dynamics, and Physics.

Most all of my surf paintings contain the sun and a wave, which is energy.

My newer paintings in mathematics and geometry celebrate a deeper understanding of the connection between the seen and the unseen. 

The unseen is space which is full of  energy and the seen which is the formations of matter caught within it.  

These ancient sites and the people who built them had a deeper  understanding of the flow of energy and our place within it.

I wanted to meet some of the experts who have dedicated their lives to their research.  I wanted to see and touch the sites so I could visualize how and why they built such unbelievable structures all over our planet.

I would have to write a book in order to tell you all the things I have seen and learned through these travels.  It’s an overwhelming amount of information.   

My hope is to inspire you to have your own curiosity and adventures. I want to inspire others to think much bigger and realize everything is much more interconnected than we can imagine.  

The Information Age has unleashed almost all the pieces of the puzzle for anyone to access.  I believe we have hit a tipping point where modern technology and the ancient past will explode into a whole new understanding of who we are and what we are capable of.

I am firmly convinced that the last gate-keepers of information will fall to the pressure of an ever expanding awakening of the people.  The whole history of the world will change overnight.

Here is a slideshow of photos from all 3 sites: SLIDESHOW.  In future posts I’ll go deeper into some of the things I discovered.

I also want to share a list of resources that you might want to look into, if you’re interested in ancient wisdom and how it ties into changes that are happening today. 

I do not profess that any one person has all the right answers, but I do think they are asking the right questions and I commend them on their dedication and curiosity to discover truth.

Below are my favorites:

Ben Davidson of SpaceWeatherNews.com and suspicious observers.com (I start every single day listening to Ben’s morning solar update)

Randall Carlson – SacredGeometryInternational.com

Nassim Haramein – founder of Resonance Science Foundation and the person behind the movie, The Connected Universe (He led our Egypt and Bosnian tours)

Foster and Kimberly Gamble – Producers of the movie, THRIVE  (They were in Egypt with us and are extraordinary people doing great things for humanity)

Dr. Sam Osmanagich Bosnian Pyramid (he guided us into the Bosnian Great Pyramid and is the leading expert on it)

Erik Rankin sonicgeometry.com – a personal friend and highly knowledgeable

Yousef and Patricia Awyan Khemitology.com – they were our main guides in Egypt and I was blown away by their teachings

Graham Hancock – expert on ancient cultures

There are so many more, but this is a great start.

Life is Good – Drew
Drew Brophy

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