A Tribute to the “King” Of Rock~N~Roll!

For five years, from 1977 until 1982, Graceland was closed to the public pending its future, leaving the fans no place to gather to honor the life of Elvis. At that time two acres were set aside out of the original Elvis Presley Ranch, which Elvis referred to as the "Circle G" and which happens to be the site on which Elvis wanted to build his dream home, from plans that he had fallen in love with. On this property, the very first eternal flame was created in Elvis' honor and fans from all over the world would come and visit this very special section of the Circle G Ranch.YOU CAN NOW OWN A PIECE OF THIS VERY SPECIAL PROPERTY AND BECOME A VIP PATRON OF THE ETERNAL PRESENCE "EP" THEATER - ALL FOR ONLY $247.00!!!

VIP Patron status entitles you to:

  • A numbered EP Circle G Ranch Land Commitment Certificate for the Eternal Presence "EP" Theater issued in your name
  • VIP Patrons will be in the abstract for the construction and building of the dream home after which their committed land will be abstracted in their name, indelibly inscribed in the records of the Eternal Presence "EP" theater, as their personal addition to the Theater
  • Unlimited lifetime tours of the Dream Home
  • Access to the Eternal Presence "EP" Virtual Theater 24/7, whereby a VIP Patron can present his or her talent to be promoted on the world stage, in over 192 countries

Further, as a grand tribute, we are going to develop the EP Circle G Youth/Family Ranch that Elvis wanted to build!!!! This will be accomplished from the success of our special, "FOREVER YOURS and MINE" two acre limited VIP Patron Land Commitment sales, whereby each VIP Patron will have a lifetime right to enter, at no charge. Some of the activities that will be available include:

  • Horse-back riding
  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Four wheeling/Go cart racing
  • Educational workshops
  • Special events
  • Arts and crafts
  • Talent shows
  • Swap meets/Flea markets


Your VIP Patron purchase will allow you to download the words and music to "You Wouldn't Let Me Die" and "Hillbilly Cat" a tribute to the King of rock~n~roll.