Yucatan-Giza Connection and its expansion in the New World
with J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D. and Desiree Hurtak, Ph.D.
Drs. Hurtak have visited and extensively studied the pyramid complexes from Giza to the Yucatan. They have also visited the pyramids of Xian, China and many of the sacred mounds of North and South America. They will provide answers to the whys and wherefores of these ancient monuments and their alignments throughout the world. Their focus will also be on the pyramids of the Yucatan, from Chichen Itza to Tikal, their similarities and connection to other sacred areas around the globe, especially to Giza. Is the pyramid a ceremonial center or an energy technology or both? These questions will be addressed, as well as the significance of pyramids in our future, including those on Mars.
DR. J. J. HURTAK, Ph.D., Ph.D. and Dr. Desiree Hurtak, Ph.D. are authors and social scientists. They are founders of The Academy For Future Science, an international organization that works to bring cooperation and positive dialog on social projects and archaeology as they pertain to indigenous cultures today and in ancient times. Drs. Hurtak have been involved with remote sensing technology both in Egypt and the Yucatan. They have traveled throughout the world to investigate ancient cultures and work closely with indigenous people, including the Zulu Shaman Credo Mutwa and the Xavante Indians (Brazil).
The Hurtaks have explored important archaeological zones in Egypt, Japan and South America. They have done extensive archaeological studies in Egypt and were among the principal discoverers in 1997 of the Tomb of Osiris on the Giza Plateau. They also received permission from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) to do computer testing in the pyramids of the Yucatan and Palenque, which they have accomplished. They have spoken throughout the world at universities, on radio programs and in film documentaries on key archaeological sites. They have also presented numerous papers at the United Nations in New York on their environmental and archaeological research, with a special interest in indigenous cultures. Together they have created film documentaries worldwide to preserve ancient knowledge which can be seen in the award winning graphic films entitled The Light Body (1997), The Voice of Africa (2014) and Initiation (2003) which takes the initiate through the Great Pyramid at Giza. Working with specialists who were part of NASA’s SIR-A and SIR-B over Egypt in the 1980s, they have presented their findings at high level conferences on remote sensing in Egypt and Latin America.