Freddy Silva is one of the world’s leading experts on crop circles and sacred sites, and a leading researcher into the interaction between temples and consciousness. He is best-selling author of Secrets in the Fields, and Director of the documentaries "Templemaking", “Stairways To Heaven: The Practical Magic Of Sacred Space”, and "In The Footsteps Of Isis". He lectures internationally, and has made keynote presentations at the International Science and Consciousness Conference, and the International Society For The Study Of Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine, in addition to appearances on The History Channel, Discovery Channel, BBC, numerous video documentaries, and international radio shows.
Recently described by the CEO of Universal Light Expo as “perhaps the best metaphysical speaker in the world right now.”

The Lost Art of Resurrection.

An exclusive 2-hr slide presentation

“Those who say they will die first and then rise are in error,” states the once banned gnostic Gospel of Philip. For centuries, every esoteric society knew that the literal interpretation of resurrection promoted by the Church was a fraud. And for very good reason. Long before Jesus, initiates from Egypt and China to Persia and North America practiced a secret mystical ritual, and its adepts — from Zoroaster to Plato — regarded the experience as the pinnacle of spiritual development, a life-altering awakening that disclosed insights into the nature of reality and the self. But more importantly, the experience of resurrection was meant for the living. Its initiates were described as 'risen from the dead'.
So, what doeiss living resurrection? What were magi like Jesus and Zoroaster really trying to convey? Why did initiates guard its secrets with their lives? And why would the Church prefer you didn’t know about all this?