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Guest Name
Carmen Boulter
Guest Occupation
Professor, Educator, Researcher, Writer, Author
Guest Biography

Dr. Carmen Boulter is a Professor at the University of Calgary in Canada. She teaches in the Graduate Division of Educational Research in the Faculty of Education. She has been researching and writing about the sacred feminine in ancient Egypt and goddesses around the world for 2 decades. Her book, Angels and Archetypes: An Evolutionary Map of Feminine Consciousness, traces fragments of information about matriarchal cultures in pre-dynastic Egypt, prehistoric Greece, and around the world. Since 1995, Carmen has been leading sacred site journeys to Egypt, the Mediterranean, Peru, and Tibet. She has traveled to 51 countries exploring ancient mysteries. At CPAK 2008, she will be releasing her documentary series called The Pyramid Code offering a new perspective on ancient Egyptian culture with episodes investigating the purpose of the pyramid fields, high-level technology, sacred cosmology, the empowered human, a new chronology, and the time before the Pharaohs.

CPAK 2008 Topic: Archetypes of the Sacred Feminine in Ancient Egypt

When examining ancient cultures, we tend to look through the lenses of our current cultural paradigm, yet subtle details are easily missed when interpreting ancient Egypt from a patriarchal perspective. Dr. Carmen Boulter will be speaking about archetypes of the empowered feminine in ancient Egypt showing evidence which is clearly depicted in the symbols on temple walls and ancient artifacts. The ancient Egyptians had a sacred cosmology that held the sacred feminine in balance with the sacred masculine thus they were able to function as empowered humans. Carmen will also explore the matriarchal roots of dynastic Egypt.