EoR is loath to call alties nutters (even though many of them are either that or blatant scammers - or both) but Dian [sic] Booth who is featured in this article, is the full and genuine article. Anyone who spouted the nonsense she does here in polite society would immediately warrant a call to the Psychiatric Emergency Team.
Sound healer and concert violinist, Dian Booth, is another who visits Egypt regularly with an annual "sing the song of the sacred Nile" tour. She says that most people who come on her journey are remembering previous lives in Egypt and connecting and healing anything that needs healing. "If they have Egyptian and Australian connections, my role is to be bringing into consciousness the energetic and spiritual connections, particularly between Central Australia and Egypt. There's quite a bit of evidence the Egyptians were in Australia and, energetically, there are definitely pyramids dotted all over Australia. There's also a strong connection between Uluru and the Giza Plateau," says Dian. And in support of her claim, a series of books written by Rex Gilroy contains many photos and other evidence about the presence of the Egyptians in Australia. And, recently, the tomb of a minor Egyptian prince was discovered in the Hunter Valley.
Another Egyptowoo nutter (Donna Simimiuc) makes claims that are almost pathetic.
"One of the clients had toothache, but after the healing in one of the temples, two hours later, he said his toothache had gone."
So, not at the time of the healing, but later, this particular gentleman said his toothache had gone. While EoR realises dentists charge like the proverbial wounded bull, he's sure a quick trip to the local tooth doctor would have been far cheaper and more effective than going all the way to Egypt.
Back to Dian who provides further proof of her total detachment from reality.
Sound and Colour are together an extraordinarily powerful healing modality, much used in Atlantis, Lemuria, and Egypt. Dian spontaneously accesses past life knowledge as a Master Sound Healer in the Court of Akhenaton in Egypt and combines it with vibrational knowledge from Higher Dimensions and Other Worlds.
She further claims
She also has access to Sound and Colour knowledge from nameless other worlds in this galaxy.
EoR bets they're nameless!
She also sells CDs
created in the 5th Dimension, which gives it the potential to change its character on different occasions, depending on the specific need of the listener.
She also claims to be able to "treat" (note, not "cure"; the meaning of "treat" in this context is deliberately left vague and meaningless) "diseases such as cancer, chronic fatigue, muscular pain, injury and blocked energy at all levels".
And as for all those pyramids dotted all over Australia, and which all Australians would be familiar with... Given her sole reference is the equally nutty Rex Gilroy her claims to all sorts of miracles seem very shaky indeed. Mr Gilroy is an "open-minded researcher" (so openminded his cognitive faculties appear to have fallen out) who believes in yowies (Australian cousins of Bigfoot), big cats in the outback, pyramids in the Pacific, 25 foot tall ancestral humans, UFOs, alien abductions, an underground world in the Blue Mountains and a giant space station orbitting Earth, and "URU, the Lost Civilization of Australia". According to Mr Gilroy, Australia in the past was busier than LAX, being visited by "Arabs, Celts, Chinese, Egyptians, Greeks, Inca's, Phoenicians, Portuguese, Scandinavians, Spanish, Vikings".
Others might think Mr Gilroy is a proud purveyor of bullshit, including, apparently, many archaeologists and egyptologists (unless the lost Egyptian who left hieroglyphs in Australia was illiterate, had no understanding of Egyptian grammar, and was sorely confused about Egyptian history), but EoR finds the national broadcaster is, as ever, ready to support the lunatic fringe with Eor's taxes.
It is because of my scientific approach that I've come up with the truth.
That "scientific approach" must also include the "psychic flashes" he mentions.