Malta – the Earth Energy Perspective Tour 2020
October 6th – 13th
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On October 6th – 12th (I am flying out on the morning of the 13th) we are going on a journey to visit and interact with the some of Malta’s finest sacred sites. We will experience the earth energies of the sites and explore the Land of the Goddess and the Secrets of the Knights Templar.
PLEASE NOTE: This budget tour requires you to book and pay for your own hotel, food, beverages and flight. The tour provides you with expert guidance to all of the sites and transportation including the ferry to Gozo.
We are looking at staying at Europa Hotel in Slimea (yet to be finalized approximately 35 Euro per night if booked in advance). There are quite a few hotels near by such as Hotel Roma, so plenty to choose. Pick up point each day for the tour will be the lobby of Hotel Europa.
Do not book your flight or hotel until the tour has 7 people and I will inform you when that is.
Day 1: Tuesday 6th October 2020. Make your way to Malta and we will meet in the lobby of Hotel Europa at 6 pm to meet each other and go out for a relaxing dinner. We will be staying in Slimea, which has many restaurants and shops.
Tour starts at 10 am most days and ends around 4 pm and you will be shown how to dowse incredible earth energies and interact with many diverse forms of earth, water and aerial energies.
Day 2: Wednesday 7th October. Exploring the sacred megalithic temples of Mnajdra and Hagar Qim. Temples of Golden Stone.
10.00AM – We will meet in the lobby of Hotel Europa and be driven to the temple of Hagar Qim (hag-jah-een). Located on a hilltop overlooking the sea, this sacred temple is one of the best-preserved temples in Malta.
The rich honey coloured limestone and decorated stonework is truly inspiring. Dated to c3600 to 3200, I suggest that the long skulled priestess-hood, astronomers and geomancers, constructed Hagar Qim. However, unlike other Maltese temples, it is a single temple space rather than a complex array of two or three temple areas.
The brilliant archaeologist, Mariija Gimbutas, suggests that these inner temples are womb spaces of the Great Goddess and interestingly, we shall see how the energy patterns and lines are invariably feminine but relate to a masculine yang line can be seen as a phallic energy, a fertility line of potent force.
Encoded into the artwork is the key to the living and flowing earth energy pattern that sets the metaphysical foundation of the site, representing the Tree of Knowledge or the Tree of Life and I will show you over 60 years of dowsing research into this incredible symbolic association.
Large standing stones can be seen at the corners of the temple, which are notched to take the horizontal slabs set above. But more than just the engineering excellence, the corner stones absorb the earth energy to produce a phenomenon called concentric circles or shells, which the retired engineer, David Webb, measured scientifically at Avebury. Earth energy that rises out of the ground, is known by some Chinese geomant families as the Rising Serpent or Dragon – is a powerful force that fills the site with unseen, yet ever present serpent energy. We will locate this area within the temple space.
As you experience Malta’s temples, you will see that many stones are decorated with spiral designs, which is the harmonic pattern of deep underground yin water. The emitted energy field can be felt by comparing the outer profane energy to the inner energy field. So we will walk into, and out of, the temple to experience the difference.
Lunch at the nearby Hagar Qim Restaurant.
Mnajdra (mna-ee-dra) Temple of the Goddess touched by the Sun
After a relaxing lunch, we will visit the golden temple of Mnajdra.
To most ancient cultures, the feminine number three represents the New, Full and Old Moon as the Triple Goddess of Maiden, Mother and Crone (Grandmother, wise woman). We can see this symbolism first hand at the Mnajdra complex.
Walking around this site which has upper and lower floors stirs the emotions. Mnajdra consists of three conjoined temples which overlook an oval forecourt. This sacred power place has unique earth energies known as Earth Vortex Energy that a European Master Dowser taught me how to recognise and interpret. Some years ago, I discovered that within this temple there is a powerful ‘involution-vortex’. The spiritual meaning of involution is the inner evolution of the heart, mind and soul. Involution can help us to gain awareness and self-mastery through inner growth which makes this an extraordinary Spiritual Temple. Although rare, the Earth has powerful locations that can encourage involution and this was known to our ancestors and today recognised by Master Geomants.
A Master Dowsers’ depiction of an involution vortex point
The first and oldest temple section dates back to c3600-3200 BC, which is the dating of the Long Skulled Priestess-hood. Yet, the most striking of the temples is the third temple space dated to c3150-2500 BC.
Pitted marks adorn the temples
The southwest temple is very impressive with beautifully corbelled walls that suggest the temple was once roofed. The stone slabs are decorated with artistic spiral carvings and pitted patterns. The porthole shows how well the temple was designed, however, metaphysically, portholes allow the free flow of energy within and without of the site. In the British Isles, these are known to geodetic dowsers as Spirit Holes and some old medieval churches incorporated them at ground level following the traditions of their pagan predecessors.
The lower temple area is astronomically aligned to bring a union of the Sun-Male to the Goddess–Mother Earth. On the equinoxes the light rays of the Sun pass through the temple’s main entrance and illuminate the main axis; bringing an alchemic marriage to the land and its people.
Additionally, when the Sun reaches the summer solstice it lights up the edge of a megalith on the left hand side of the doorway, and on the winter solstice, the Sun lights up the edge of the stone on the right side.
Whenever a celestial body crosses the horizon line, this causes a geologically effect that is intimately associated with geological fault lines called a ‘sheer force’ that charges the megaliths sited close to a fault line to be filled with a mild form of electricity.
Day 3 Thursday 8th October Skorba temple and the Ta Hagrat temple
Skorba temple is the megalithic vestiges on the northern edge of Zebbieg, which gives an insight into the earliest periods of Malta’s prehistoric culture.
The site was excavated in the early 1960s and soon became an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
You will see megalithic uprights one of which is 11.15 feet (3.4 meters) tall making it appear like a guardian stone. The lowest level of the temples’ foundations consists of paving slabs with holes in the entrance passage, and a cement-like floor of a three-apse temples, a shape that is typical of the Ġgantija phase.
Originally, the entrance of the temple opened onto a court area, but at a later date, it was closed off, a common feature throughout the prehistoric world.
Excavated deposits at its deep floor level contained material from the early human occupation of the island, dating back to the Mesolithic period some 7,000 years ago.
Akin to the Hindu and Chinese temples, the entrance megaliths are sited on an energy current which can create an Arch Energy that was discovered by a European Master Dowser. This occurs at sites with stone lintels like at Stonehenge.
After lunch we will visit Ta Hagrat temples in Mgarr
The larger Ta Hagrat temple is truly powerful. Dated to 3600–3200 BC, BC, this site is unique as we can mediate, touch and feel the stones, making this a memorable experience. We will dowse for several different types of earth energies.
Day 4 Friday 9th October The Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum and the Archaeological Museum in Valletta Subject to availability
Entering the womb of the Goddess and experiencing the Holiest of Holies
No words can describe the feelings that you will experience within this underground temple, which was cut out of limestone bedrock and its masonry is exquisite. Absorbing the earth energy, each level within this temple has a unique quality. It takes you from the ordinary into the extraordinary. Elongated skulls were found here which was described in the National Geographical Magazine May 1920, yet denied by the museum!
The Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum is an underground prehistoric temple, which archaeologists interpret as an elaborate burial site. Really? Discovered in 1902 during construction works, this extraordinary living temple was first excavated by Emmanuel Magri between 1904 and 1906. He died in Tunisia, sadly, his excavation notes have been lost, and excavations were taken over by Sir Themistocles Zammit.
The Hypogeum is totally unique made up of interconnecting rock-cut chambers set on three distinct levels. Date to around 4000 BC, the temple was used until c2500 BC.
Celestial Connections: An Astronomical temple area
The uppermost level consists of a large hollow area with sacred chambers which may have been originally exposed to the sky as an astronomical area. Much remains uncertain.
Excavations in the early 1990s indicate that there might also have been a monumental structure marking the entrance. An entrance leads to the ‘Middle Level’, which contains some of the most amazing features within the Hypogeum, such as the intricate red ochre wall paintings and beautifully carved features. The deepest of the three levels is known as the ‘Lower Level’, which is accessed down several steps into a sacred chamber known as the ‘Holy of Holies’.
We will enjoy a relaxing lunch in the beautiful city of Valletta. After which we will explore the Archaeological Museum in Valletta
The museum houses the original stonework of some of Malta’s temples, goddess statues and artefacts. It is well worth spending some time walking around and you will also see the ionic Sleeping Goddess.
Day 5 Saturday 10th October. The enchanting Island of Gozo
We will leave and get the ferry from the north of Malta to the island of Gozo. Gozo is welcoming and relaxing and is unspoilt by modern day high-rise hotels and modern shopping malls.
Ggantija Sacred Temples, Holy Land.
We will visit the Ggantija Temple which is one of the most important archaeological sites in Malta. Ggantija dates back to the ‘Ggantija phase’ of 3600 BC – 3200 B.C. John Otto Bayer was the first to excavate the temples in 1827. Extensive archaeological and restoration work was carried out in the early 20th century to ensure its longevity and preservation.
This megalithic complex consists of two temples surrounded by a massive boundary wall, which is one of the most striking features of the entire complex.
The so-called the boundary wall, which is built using the alternating ‘header and stretcher technique’, with some of the megaliths exceeding 16.40 feet (5 metres) in length and weighing over fifty tons.
The metaphysical explanation for the location of the wall allows us to understand the sensitivity of our ancient ancestor’s relationship with the Earth Mother. We will locate, dowse and interact with this form of geodetic energy that imbues the site with living energy
Built with limestone blocks, the temples of Ggantija each contain five apses connected by a central corridor leading to the innermost trefoil section. The first temple is larger and contains altars, relief carvings and ‘libation holes’.
At a later date, the second temple was built and is devoid of these ritual features, which suggests a different use. Corbelling techniques are evident on the inwardly inclined walls, suggesting that the temple was roofed creating a holy sacred temple.
After lunch we will visit one of Gozo’s magnificent churches and have some free time before returning to Malta by ferry.
Day 6 Sunday 11th October. Tarxien Temple Malta and Saint John’s Co-Cathedral
Tarxien Temple takes your breath away. The soft honey coloured limestone is richly decorated with spiral patterns and animal figures. You will see the bull motif which is a feminine symbol associated with the Moon and the Astrological Age of Taurus – the era when the temples were used.
Once a giant statue of the goddess watched over you as you walked into the temple; and although she was badly destroyed, and just the lower half of the statue has survived the passage of time, the goddess energy is ever-present.
Everywhere you look, you will see beauty and the remains of an artistically minded civilisation.
Today, despite the transition from sacred space to cityscape, you can still find peace amid this spiritual centre.
The earth energy at Tarxien is very strong and aqustats and yang stream course through the temple making this a temple place of balance and harmony. This temple contains the most feminine display of earth energy I have ever experience in my life and I will describe this to you in great detail.
As mentioned earlier, although denied by the Maltese Museum, this site, like the other Neolithic sites, was built by the Elongated Skulled people. These people were the ruling elite or the priesthood and the Maltese skull is identical to the female long skull of Stonehenge that I located to an English University.
Also, the Maltese long skulls are identical to a male skull I have recently tracked down found close to Glastonbury. The temple was also re-used between 2400 and 1500 BC.
The Elongated long skulled people of Malta were reported in the National Geographic Magazine in 1920. I have an original copy. Also, an Oxford professor wrote about them saying they were identical to a skull found in Somerset. Yet, when I made enquires at the Museum they denied this!
Saint John’s Co-Cathedral
The knowledge of earth energy was handed down by the Neolithic long skulled people to the Bronze Age priesthood who handed it to the Iron Age Druids and then to the Knights Templar, Victorian Mystery Schools and Secret Societies. We are seeing the wonders of Malta through an earth energy perspective and so I have included this gem of a site in the heart of Valletta. We will explore the geodetic energy encodements of the Knights Templars and how the church became the secret esoteric symbol of the Mother Goddess.
The cathedral is a beautiful example of Baroque art and architecture. It was built as the conventual’s church for the Knights of St John. The Grand Masters and several knights donated gifts of high artistic value and made enormous contributions to enrich it with only the best works of art.
Commissioned by Grand Master Jean de la Cassière as the Conventual Church of Saint John, it was built by the Order of St. John between 1572 and 1577. The church was designed by the Maltese architect Girolamo Cassar, who designed several prominent buildings in Valletta.
For the first century of its existence, the church’s interior was modestly decorated. However, in the 17th century, its interior was redecorated in the Baroque style by Mattia Preti and other artists. The church is considered to be one of the finest examples of high Baroque architecture in Europe and one of the world’s great cathedrals.
Day 7: Monday 12th October Cart tracks and free time in Valletta.
In the morning we will explore one of Malta’s most enigmatic mysteries – Cart Tracks
Cart tracks are said to be ancient track ways in Malta or simple cart ruts in the rock.
There are numerous examples throughout the island and indeed the world.
The most popular area in Malta for them is ‘Clapham Junction’ (Misrah Ghar il-Kbir) due to the vast amount of trackways going in many directions like a crazy spaghetti junction.
If they were created and used by some form of vehicle then how did they move along some of these when the pairs of ruts are nearly a meter deep? And why are some in the shape of a triangle? Why are some not parallel for the cartwheels? This unexplained mystery will baffle you!
Also, adding intrigue to our enquiry some the Cart Ruts on the islands of Malta lead straight off high cliffs and isolated headlands. Stranger still, some of them lead into the sea and on the seabed floor.
Nearby there are some caves which can be visited (optional).
In the afternoon, you have free time for shopping and relaxing in Valletta. OR YOU MAY CHOOSE TO FLY BACK HOME IN THE AFTERNOON IS UP TO YOU.
Day 7 Tuesday 13th October book your return flight or choose to stay in Malta are your options. I will be flying out on this day.
Guidance/transport fee: £750 includes all transportation from Hotel Europa to the sites as well as the ferry to Gozo. But excludes airport pickups. Taxis are cheap on the island and some hotels offer a transfer for free. Make your own enquires and I will show you where you can book an airport taxi in Malta, which is an easy process.
The tour excludes entrance fees to the sites but a pass for all the sites can be bought from around 38 Euros and you need a pass for the Skorba temples and the Ta Hagrat temples as they cannot be bought on site. It’s an easy process just buy on line at the link below. http://shop.heritagemalta.org The Hypogeum has to be paid for as well which is around 35 Euros.
You will need to buy all your food and drinks.
You must have your own travel insurance in case you need medical assistance.
You need to bring walking shoes and wear sensible clothes.
The currency is Euros.
The food is excellent.
The energies are divine.