Egypt 2012 – will she take centre-stage? We are seeing things move into place for the grand finale in which Egypt will play a vital prophetic role in international events.
In Biblical prophecy, Egypt plays darkness to Israel‘s light. She plays death to Israel’s life. Egypt was a kingdom that exalted death and she is still a land of tombs and relics. When the children of Israel came out of Egypt and Moses their leader had been absent for forty days, the children of Israel persuaded Aaron to create an idol. Aaron melted down their golden earrings and formed a golden calf. The Israelites had what they desired – a familiar image of Osiris.
The central role of Egypt in these times was clearly demonstrated by the Millennial Celebrations which took place in 1999/2000. The public was teased into believing that a culmination of events was to take place. There was the promised capping of the Great Pyramid, and the hugely anticipated opening of the southern shaft in the Queen’s Chamber.
The build-up and the the anti-climax, I believe, were both pre-planned. It was a deliberate titillation of the public which intentionally left them thirsty for more. A cleverly manipulated tactic to set Egypt back on centre stage of world consciousness.
Jean Michel Jarre‘s light show did take place – a twelve hour concert named the Twelve Dreams of the Sun. As we approach the second half of 2012, we may yet see the capping of the Khufu take place, if, as I suspect, the twelve dreams were intended to convey twelve years.
That Jarre was given a role to play by the Insiders of the coming New World Order was demonstrated at the celebration of the Bicentennial of the French Revolution in 1989. His laser light show featured a pyramid from which the ‘Eye of Horus’ was beamed onto surrounding buildings.
Was it coincidence that President Francois Mitterrand commissioned glass pyramids (in the courtyard of the Louvre and the Grand Arche de la Fraternité) for the Bicentennial, or that a Egyptian obelisk gained a new gilded capstone in a later ceremony attended by Egypt’s President, Hosni Mubarak. In fact, it was at this capping of the obelisk that the announcement of Egypt’s own capping of the pyramid was made public.
Here also, a deliberate link between France and Egypt was created in the public consciousness which will, no doubt, play out in the time ahead.
Egypt’s President, Hosni Mubarak ruled Egypt for almost 30 years until mass protests swept him from power. The announcement was made on the palindromic, and perhaps, for some, auspicious date of 11 02 2011. It was preceded by a gleeful announcement by Barack Obama the night before, in which he declared that history was about to be made in Egypt.
Until 2011, Mubarak had carried with him the luck of the gods. When Anwar Sadat was assassinated by Islamic militants in 1981, Mubarak was seated next to the President and was fortunate to escape with his life. He survived a further six assassination attempts.
In the ancient Egyptian ritual of heb sed, a Pharaoh who had reigned for thirty years would undergo an enactment of regicide to prove his ability and strength to continue to rule. In essence it was a spiritual rite in which he was entombed for the night to fight the demon forces. If he survived the ordeal he continued. Hosni Mubarak was expendable. He was already ill and not expected to live much longer. Mubarak had served his purpose and his time was up. His reign and his removal created another symbol for this closing age.
Egyptian presidential election, 2012
In May 2012, for the second time in Egypt’s history, a presidential election took place fielding more than one candidate. This was followed on June 16 and 17th by a general election. Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood was declared winner by a narrow margin, making this the first victory for an Islamist as head of state in the Arab world. Morsi’s appointment followed the 2011 Egyptian Revolution during the so-called Arab Spring, which has shaken and removed entrenched regimes across the Arab world.
Egypt’s President Mohammed Morsi was compelled to respect a court ruling which overturned his decree to convene the dissolved Islamist-dominated parliament. It is obvious that, for the moment, the new president’s powers are to be limited as he attempts to find his position in a country still dominated by the military.
As Egypt begins to establish itself under Morsi’s Presidency, it is obvious that other powers are at play, both in Egypt and the wider region. There is a New World Order in formation, under which there will be no room for oligarchs or petty dictators. This new Order will not, however, simply amalgamate independent and sovereign governments, it will be a spiritual Order. Egypt will be central to the formation of this aspect of the New World Order, and this was clearly demonstrated by the tone of the Millennial Celebrations.
Expect Egypt to be at the heart of a new awakening – perhaps even before 2012 draws to a close.