Gurdjieff in Egypt
Gurdjieff's Travels

Sphinx, Egypt, Thebes, Karnak, Gurdjieff

In search of ancient knowledge, Gurdjieff visited sacred sites throughout Egypt. He came to Egypt to find, as he said, "With the help of my map of pre-sand Egypt, an explanation of the Sphinx and of certain other monuments of antiquity.

Temple of Man, Thebes, Karnak, Egypt, Sphinx, Gurdjieff

After visiting Giza, Gurdjieff traveled from lower Egypt to upper Egypt, some five hundred miles south, to Thebes, modern day Luxor, with its amazing temples—The Temple of Man and the Temple complex of Karnak. Directly across from Thebes, on the east bank of the Nile, are the royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens.

Gurdjieff reports living in a tomb with Professor Skridlov for three weeks.








 

 

 

 


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