Resurrection of EGYPT’s Glory on Resurrection Sunday

“Pharaoh’s chariots and army He has cast into the sea; the finest of his officers are drowned in the Red Sea. The depths have covered them; they sank there like a stone.”  Exodus 15:4&5

As the entire world returns to its pagan ways we are seeing nations emerging from their slumber.  Nations that were prominent in ancient times are returning to prominence and restoring their ancient Temples and sacrifices.  

Egypt has unearthed many of their Ancient Rulers/Gods/Goddesses in recent archaeological excavations.  This past week they staged a grand parade of Royal Egyptian Mummies from the Egyptian Museum in central Cairo’s Tahrir Square to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat, in order to show them off.  It was quite a grand affair with full costume and fabulous golden chariots to carry the mummies.  It had all the appearance of an Ancient Religious Ritual.
It is most likely that this was indeed a ritual, some kind of magic working.  We are not privy to all that goes on behind the scenes and if you were to question anyone involved, they would certainly not divulge any information.

I found some information, (not easy to find much about Egyptian Holidays) and you will see that the date selected for the Parade of Mummies, was not random.  For Egyptians, it occurred during their holiday that is related to judgement and order, especially the balance of order/chaos. 

It of course, also corresponded with the Christian Holiday of the Resurrection of Christ and the Judeo/Christian holiday of Passover (Jesus being OUR PASSOVER LAMB).   Passover celebrates the deliverance of GOD’s people from EGYPT/Sin/Bondage/ and Death.  “It is speculated that some among the mummies in the parade were actually those in leadership during the account of Exodus where Pharaoh and his army pursued the children of Israel until they were destroyed by the supernatural hand of God through the splitting of the Red Sea resulting in the watery grave of those in pursuit.”

I have included in this post some of the most important discoveries of Egyptian artifacts in recent years. I found the information very enlightening, encouraging and scary at the same time.  I hope my compilation will bless you. style=”font-size: 14pt;”>Understand that we are living in a time of great turning/falling away that occurs just before the time of TRIBULATION.  Soon there will be a separation of sheep from goats.  Those who know the Creator and are living for HIS WORD, and those who are following the Devil and his minions.

These Egyptian Archaeological finds, just like all the other Archaeological finds occurring in our day, are demonstrating quite clearly that the BIBLE IS THE WORD OF GOD and IT IS TRUE!  I believe that this relates to the scripture that says the rocks will cry out.  I believe that GOD is using Archaeology to open the eyes of those who are captive to the spirits of darkness.  He is revealing HIS TRUTH to those who have been living in the lies so long they can’t see TRUTH.  

I hope you are listening world… GOD is speaking to you!  “The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.”   2 Peter 3:9
Check out my post Before the ROCKS CRY OUT
In Egypt there is no such thing as Rest In Peace. Instead when they bury you, they say, we’ll be digging you up again… This mummy tomb, which has been sealed for 2500 years, being opened for the first time in centuries…



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An illustration of the famous circular zodiac, originally on the ceiling of Temple of Het-Hert, (Hathor in Greek) or what is commonly known as the Temple of Denderah in Qena, Egypt. The circular zodiac is from c. 200 B.C.. The original is now in the Louvre, and a copy is in its place in the Temple. The zodiac is centered on the celestial North Pole as shown by the hippopotamus at its center, a symbol of the polar constellations.


April 1 Day of Het-Hert (Hathor)
April 2 Day of Joy of the Ennead and crew of Ra
April 3 Day of the counting of Tehuti (Thoth) who heard Ma’at
Apr. 4 Ma’at judges the souls before the Netjeru

Maat: Ancient Egyptian Goddess of Truth, Justice and Morality

Maat, also known as Ma’at or Mayet, was a female goddess in the ancient Egyptian religion who represented truth, justice, balance and morality. 

The daughter of the Egyptian sun deity Ra and wife of the moon god Thoth, she served a kind of spirit of justice to the EgyptiansShe decided whether a person would successfully reach the afterlife, by weighing their soul against her feather of truth, and was the personification of the cosmic order and a representation of the stability of the universe.  The earliest writings where she is mentioned date back to the Old Kingdom of Egypt more than 2,300 years ago.

Maintaining Order of Heaven and Earth

The Egyptian culture was centered on order, everything had its due place in the world.  This included religion, society and seasonal changes.  The goddesses Ma’at came to represent the concept of balance and order because many Egyptians needed to explain the world around them.  She was the one that kept the stars in motion, the seasons changing and the maintaining of the order of Heaven and Earth. 

The opposing force of this was known in ancient terms as “isfet” or chaos.  Ancient Egyptians considered the desert beyond the Nile River to be chaotic; whereas, the area close to the Nile was considered orderly. Together, these two forces brought balance to the world in which they lived and was an important part of everyday Egyptian life.

Parade of dead pharaohs in Egypt occurring on same day as splitting of the Red Sea over 3000 years ago

(OPINION) ETH – Is it a coincidence that while Jews were partaking in the commemorating of the splitting of the Red Sea, that a group of dead Pharaohs was paraded down the main street of Cairo in Egypt, echoing what many say are Biblical events from nearly 3,000 years ago?

The vent has already caused many locals in Egypt to be in great fear that the “Curse of the Pharaohs” will be unleashed as 3000-year-old mummies of 18 kings and four queens are being paraded and moved during the “golden parade” where the mummies will be transferred to a new museum in Cairo where they will be showcased triggering fear among locals that a curse will be released upon the country.

It is speculated that some among these are actually those in leadership during the account of Exodus where Pharoah and his army pursued the children of Israel until they were destroyed by the supernatural hand of God through the splitting of the Red Sea resulting in the watery grave of those in pursuit.

According to Israel 365 News, there is much debate over the identity of the Egyptian king who oversaw the Exodus of the Jews and said to be killed in the splitting of the Red Sea, and many scholars believe it was Ramses II, one of the deceased participants in Saturday’s parade.

Though the Bible does not give a name, one of the more interesting theories is Thutmose II, another participant, who according to Wikipedia “had a brief, prosperous reign and then a sudden collapse with no son to succeed him.”

Egyptian mummies paraded through Cairo on way to new museum


Transfer of the royal mummies

Transfer of the royal mummies

A grand parade conveyed 22 ancient Egyptian royal mummies in special capsules across the capital Cairo on Saturday to a new museum home where they can be displayed in greater splendour. The convoy transported 18 kings and four queens, mostly from the New Kingdom, from the Egyptian Museum in central Cairo’s Tahrir Square to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat, about 5km (3 miles) to the south-east.

Grand ceremony

Grand ceremony

Authorities shut down roads along the Nile for the elaborate ceremony, designed to drum up interest in Egypt’s rich collections of antiquities when tourism has almost entirely stalled because of COVID-19 related restrictions. As the royal mummies arrived at the museum, which was officially inaugurated on Saturday, cannons fired a 21-gun salute.

Who were present?

Who were present?

President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi stood by as the mummies filed past on vehicles bedecked with golden pharaonic motifs. The heads of the U.N. cultural agency UNESCO and the World Tourism Organization were also present at the ceremony.

All the precautions

All the precautions

Each mummy had been placed in a special capsule filled with nitrogen to ensure protection, Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass said. They were carried on vehicles designed to cradle them and provide stability.

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Archaeologists discovered the mummies in two batches at the complex of mortuary temples of Deir Al Bahari in Luxor and at the nearby Valley of the Kings from 1871. The oldest is that of Seqenenre Tao, the last king of the 17th Dynasty, who reigned in the 16th century BC and is thought to have met a violent death. The parade also included the mummies of Ramses II, Seti I, and Ahmose-Nefertari.


Myth of ‘pharaoh’s curse’ dismissed as Egypt parades ancient mummies

“There’s no curse at all,” Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass told NBC News.
April 3, 2021, 9:44 AM CDT

CAIRO — Some are blaming the “curse of the pharaohs” for a string of unfortunate incidents in Egypt in recent weeks, including the giant ship that blocked the Suez Canal for about a week until it was freed Monday.

But many were nonetheless expected to turn on their TVs for the grand parade of 22 ancient Egyptian royal mummies as they were transferred across the capital, Cairo, on Saturday. Officials urged people to stay off the streets because of coronavirus restrictions.

Authorities shut down roads along the Nile for the elaborate royal procession dubbed the Golden Parade, designed to drum up interest in the north African country’s rich collections of antiquities when tourism has almost entirely stalled because of the coronavirus pandemic.


The Egyptian Antiquities Ministry is calling the find one of the most important discoveries ever.

Workers at the site of a discovery of a statue, thought to be pharaoh Ramses II, in Cairo
Image:Workers at the site of a discovery of a statue, thought to be pharaoh Ramses II, in Cairo

A massive statue found in a Cairo slum is probably of pharaoh Ramses II, who ruled Egypt 3,000 years ago.

Archaeologists came across the eight-metre statue in ground water in the eastern part of modern-day Cairo last week.

The Egyptian Antiquities Ministry is calling the find, made near the ruins of Ramses II’s temple in the ancient city of Heliopolis, one of the most important discoveries ever.

Egyptian minister of antiquates Khaled el-Anani posing with the head of a statue found in a Cairo slum
Image:Egyptian minister of antiquities Khaled al-Anani posing with the head of a statue found in a Cairo slum

“Last Tuesday they called me to announce the big discovery of a colossus of a king, most probably Ramses II, made out of quartzite,” said antiquities minister Khaled al-Anani, who posed for pictures with the find.

The most powerful and celebrated ruler of ancient Egypt, the pharaoh also known as Ramses the Great was the third of the Nineteenth Dynasty of Egypt and ruled from 1279 to 1213 BC.

Ramses led several military expeditions and expanded the Egyptian empire to stretch from Syria in the east to Nubia in the south.

Image:Pharaoh Ramses II’s mummy seen in Paris in 1976

He was famous for his extensive building programmes and many colossal statues of him have been found all over Egypt. His successors called him the Great Ancestor.

The location of the find strengthens the likelihood of it being Ramses, according to Dietrich Raue, from the Egyptian-German archaeological team.

He said: “The sun god created the world in Heliopolis, in Matariya. That means everything had to be built here. Statues, temples, obelisks, everything.”

The site of a new discovery of a statue thought to be ancient ruler, pharaoh Ramses II, in Cairo
Image:The site of a discovery of a statue thought to be ancient ruler pharaoh Ramses II, in Cairo

The find could be a boon for Egypt’s tourism industry, which has suffered since the uprising that toppled autocrat Hosni Mubarak in 2011.

The number of people visiting Egypt has dropped dramatically from nearly 15 million in 2010 to 1.2 million i