...dancing to the beat of the cosmic sistrum


Dan Furst’s vision is to bring together like-minded singers, healers and adventurers in a highly-charged group intention to explore and recreate the ancient frequencies of sound in the spaces where they first sounded long ago. He is assisted by Leslie Zehr who will co-facilitate bringing in her unique gifts. For 16 days in February, we will celebrate in sound the wisdom that made Egypt the most profound of all ancient civilizations, home to the ones the Greeks called the happiest, healthiest and holiest people on Earth.

Our journey begins in Aswan to Pilak, “the other end”: the ancient name for Philae. Then our main six-day boat journey begins, on a private boat called a dahabiya. First we’ll visit the Temple of Khnum, the ram-headed creator, on the Island of Elephantine, and the Temple of Isis at Philae. Then we’ll stop at the Temple of Sobek at Kom Ombo, Horemheb’s Cave at Gabel al Silsila, the Temple of Horus at Edfu, the Temple of Khnum at Esna.

Then we get back on dry land at Luxor, where we spend the next few days exploring the spectacular Karnak Temple, Hatshepsut’s Temple and the Valley of the Kings, and we’ll see the unforgettable Luxor Temple at night. We will take day trips to the highlight site of the Temple of Hathor at Dendera, and one of Egypt’s most majestic sites: Abydos, home of the Temple of Seti I, and the Osireion. Leaving Egypt and returning home, just before the Leo Full Moon.

Sound intriguing? Would you like to know more?

As free gift for those who sign up for more information we are offering a free 16-page PDF Sacred Sounds, Sacred Sites: An Explorer’s Guide for Sacred Sounds Egypt: A Sonic Journey through Mythic Space by Dan Furst.