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Napoleon and Other's Overnight Experiences In the King's Chamber?

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posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 05:48 PM
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Hi Scott! I just found this thread series and I'm fascinated. ATS should have this up at the top sometimes so people can find it easier.

I'm wondering if you happen to have a compendium of both the reports of Napoleon's overnight stay in the King's Chamber, as well as others? I know Nappie was known to say, 'you would never believe me' but I remember somewhere reading another account that was much more detailed. It sounded for all the world like an ayahuasca experience.

Thanks for your response
and work on this!




posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 05:58 PM
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So, did you accidentally make a thread instead of messaging your friend Scott about what Napoleon said when we came out of the pyramid?



posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 06:08 PM
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No, I thought that the forum here was open to questions and that others would like the answer, if any. Please correct me if I should have sent a private message.



posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 06:15 PM
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Aleister Crowley spent three nights in their and invoked the presence of Aiwass or Ea. And was given a auditory authorization of the book "The Book of the Law"

This "ET,God" Proved his worth and existence by predicting the future of the world and the American government.

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posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 04:29 PM
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Originally posted by signalfire
Hi Scott! I just found this thread series and I'm fascinated. ATS should have this up at the top sometimes so people can find it easier.

I'm wondering if you happen to have a compendium of both the reports of Napoleon's overnight stay in the King's Chamber, as well as others? I know Nappie was known to say, 'you would never believe me' but I remember somewhere reading another account that was much more detailed. It sounded for all the world like an ayahuasca experience.

Thanks for your response
and work on this!


Hi Signalfire,

Thank you for your post and your good vibe. Some others could learn from you.

I haven't read too much about Napoleon's night in the King's Chamber and probably know about as much of this story as you do. It seems to have become something of an urban legend. That being said, the only person who knew what really happened that night was Napoleon himself and he didn't spill the beans nor is he with us now. We will probably never know what really happened.

I have spent a number of hours in the King's Chamber and even managed, for a couple of minutes, to lie within the stone box within the chamber that Consensus Egyptology labels a 'sarcophagus'. It is NOT a sarcophagus and this is easily proven with even a cursory examination of the evidence. Alas, there were a number of other people milling around the chamber at the times I was there so I wasn't ever completely alone and so it was not easy to meditate. But, even to this day, I do wonder what might have happened had I lay down in that stone box and had an empty, quiet chamber that would have allowed me to free my mind.

Best wishes,,

Scott Creighton
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posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 04:31 PM
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If you want some really fun reading go look up Napoleans invasion plans for America. We were next on his list after Russia.



posted on Feb, 4 2013 @ 07:31 PM
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Hi Scott,

Looks like I answered my own question. With a little looking, I found this excerpt and it's what I was remembering:

www.mysteriouspeople.com...

More at the link, I believe I'm not supposed to quote too much from outside sources:

"Hours passed slowly by and in the increasing cold of the chamber Bruton began to feel that there were hostile forces around him, eerie shadows crowded in on him from all sides and a dark apparition advanced menacingly towards him. All the legends of evil ghosts haunting the areas around the pyramids told to him by Arab villagers came to his mind. Soon there was a circle of antagonistic beings surrounding him, 'monstrous elemental creations, evil horrors of the underworld' as he described them. Despite being seized by panic Brunton resisted the temptation to turn on the flashlight and decided to see it through. It was this determination that saved him. The elementals disappeared quite suddenly, and all was dark and quiet again.

Soon afterwards phantoms of a different aspect appeared - benevolent beings in the ceremonial dress of ancient Egyptian high priests. The ancient apparitions led him through secret passages within the Pyramid to a Hall of Learning, equating to a mystical journey within the mind.

This mystical experience apparently also involved astral projection. Brunton describes feeling paralyzed, his own spirit leaving his physical body and going to the 'regions beyond death'. He felt as if he were passing upwards through a narrow hole (also described in shamanic tradition) and becoming a pure mental being with a sense of existence many times more vivid than when in his physical body. He described gazing down on his prone lifeless form and noted a train of faint silvery light projecting itself from his spiritual to his physical body. This 'cord' is mentioned by many people who have experienced astral projection. He was given various information by his ancient guides, including the fact that the Pyramid was built in the time of Atlantis, and that the Pyramid's secret chambers and ancient records were all contained within himself.

He returned to normal consciousness quite suddenly, convinced that he had undergone some kind of initiation ceremony. Interestingly enough, it was the belief of occultists like Madame Blavatsky that priests of the Egyptian Mysteries used the Great Pyramid to initiate candidates into the experience of astral projection and the truth of life after death."





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