Dr. Jimmy Scott Ph.D.
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Universal Truths. They can also be used with meditation. They help us to do better energy work. As we reached the border the road threaded itself between numerous
rows of intimidating barbed wire. Containing what? Guard dogs? Land Mines? Who cared? Being on foot in this
desert would be at least as bad. This reality was almost like an adventure movie. After a few kilometers we
reached the crossing. The bus pulled through a gate and we exited the air-conditioned bus to confront the
desert heat and the Customs Officials. Luckily there were only 13 of us–it took the four officials some 45
minutes to process us, and we were just leaving the country! After the Bureaucratic process we filed back onto the
same bus and departed through the same gate. A short distance further we went through yet another gate. We
were on the western edge of the Gaza Strip, crossing into the Sinai of Egypt. Why the bus? Quite simple,
really. My plans were changed abruptly and there was no space on any airplane for some days. Besides, I like
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Entering Egypt was easy–just have your paid-for Visa, pay the entry
fee, and wait, and wait, and wait, and .... On the other side of Egyptian Customs we finally found our new
bus and piled on. As the bus became an oven we got off again. “Twenty more minutes,” said the driver. After
the third repetition we asked why the delay. “We’re waiting for the Police Escort.”
The Official reasons for the Police Escorts are that foreigners may
not travel in certain parts of Egypt unescorted, and, not to mention, to protect the tourists from terrorist
attack. Oh, how obvious. After two more hours of waiting we finally departed, soon to discover the True
Purpose of this escort service.
The Escort was a small covered pick-up truck, with two policemen
holding the barrels of their automatic weapons out the rear side windows. A driver and flashing lights
completed the display of force. The bus was a modern sit-above-the-driver-with-a-picture-window-view affair.
And what a view we had! The bus driver usually drove in the middle of the narrow road. Around left curves he
was usually on the left shoulder of the road. Sometimes he zoomed up behind the police vehicle until he was
an arms length away. Even the cops were uneasy. The True Purpose of the Escort, it became apparent, was to
warn the oncoming traffic: get out of the way–the bus is
Cairo is an incredible cacophony, the sounds matched by the
equivalent in every sense–aromas, colors, textures, and flavors. And although I spent some days exploring
this amazing city, and could write pages of descriptions, that must wait, for I was on another mission. This
time to The Chambers.
My first visit to Giza, Egypt was very touristy, with an
obligatory camel ride around the pyramids and a short, prohibited, climb on one of the smaller pyramids—a
scouting trip, as it were, as I was short on time when I first arrived there. However, I did make some
contacts which led to more adventures, briefly described below.
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