Along with God and our cosmic offworld brethren, we (as spirits who had not yet taken physical form) co-created the Earth and left proof of our divine nature within the design of Egypt’s Great Pyramid. This is the premise behind Stephane Wuttunee’s DREAMING THE PYRAMID, located at www.dreamingthepyramid.net
Wuttunee reveals how the Pyramid was designed to portray human beings as they originally once were: androgynous, immortal, and omniscient. He details step-by-step how and why the structure depicts the following key elements within its design:
1) The Zodiac’s twelve signs , including a secret “thirteenth” sign.
2) The four elements of Earth, Air, Fire, and Water.
3) Sexual androgyny in the form of two opposing genders blended as one.
4) The seven Chakras.
5) Kundalini , the sacred serpent energy dwelling within our bodies.
6) Third eye.
7) A crystal.
8) Physical immortality as demonstrated by a new understanding of the value of Pi.
Is it possible that the giant structure has only just begun revealing its true nature and secrets? Could Extraterrestrials or a much more highly advanced civilization have helped design and build it? Wuttunee believes so, and is doing all he can to promote the message through his free E-Book and forty-nine minute video.
The author’s awakening started in 1991 at age 22. He began dreaming of humanity’s past, various mathematical symbols, and pyramid shapes similar to the ones found in Egypt. These progressed to feeling physical touches on his skin and hearing voices. Fearing he was becoming delusional, he left on a journey that involved 9000 km of wilderness canoeing, as well as living out of a backpack for ten years. Insights imparted by his travels and research as well as time spent with Indigenous elders from around the world became the basis for the information found on his website.
Besides providing an alternate view of the Great Pyramid’s nature and purpose, his mission is to help us remember that we are not victims trapped in a cold, uncaring Universe. Rather, we are powerful spiritual beings who long ago decided to build, along with God, a virtual environment through which our creative abilities could be explored. Thus, we helped manifest not only the Universe, but also the Earth and its flora and fauna. Unable to take physical form ourselves, we gradually took over the will and bodies of the planet’s newly evolving organisms to experience living through them. Smitten with the Earth’s pleasures, we eventually became unable to free ourselves of their grasp except through death and rebirth. In short, we became trapped within an invisible cage, struggling to wake up ever since.
DREAMING THE PYRAMID differs from other pyramid works in that it treats the Great Pyramid as a spiritual symbol rather than a stone structure. It is also unique in that it is authored by a Native American (Wuttunee is both French Canadian and Plains Cree First Nation). www.dreamingthepyramid.net