Where Pharaohs Dwell by Patricia Cori
One Mystic's Journey Through the Gates of Immortality

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In this thought-provoking book, Patricia Cori takes time from her channeled work as the Scribe to the Speakers of the Sirian High Council to focus on her past-life experiences in ancient Egypt. The book begins dramatically with the traumatic recall of a past Egyptian life, when Cori relives a horrifying death by suffocation—from being buried alive. This experience propels her on a journey of exploration into the question of human immortality, leading her back to Egypt where she unravels the origins of the ancient Egyptians’ obsession with the resurrection of the soul.Cori’s discoveries reveal new perspectives on Egyptian mysteries, new timelines as to the beginnings of the civilization, and controversial ideas that link the earliest Egyptian cultures with even earlier civilizations, such as that of Atlantis. As she returns to sites of her former lives, Cori begins to receive messages through which she relives the past-life regression, guiding her to discover secrets of the ancient Egyptians. Finally, she travels beyond the veil of illusions into the “otherworld” of possibilities that lies beyond physical existence. This exciting book weaves strands of science, history, and metaphysics into a shimmering tapestry of personal discovery.


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About Patricia Cori

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Patricia Cori is a highly regarded clairvoyant/channel and the founder of the LightWorks Association, a spiritual center and New Age library in Rome. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Patricia Cori moved to Italy in 1983 and, although she travels the world year round, she resides in Rome.
 
Published August 30, 2011 by North Atlantic Books. 229 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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