On Sept 8, 2012, my son took me on a surprise visit to the King Tut exhibit; all of the photos in this blog entry were taken by me. I briefly mentioned it in a previous blog. Prior to arriving I had prayed and annointed myself, because I understood the spiritual ramifications of visiting a place where ancient items were being displayed in a “chamber” and these ancient items were dedicated to the worship of pagan gods. These ancient items attract demons, this is my personal belief. It’s no different than having a bunch of satanic figurines and symbols – demons are going to be attracted to that stuff. Years ago, I used to want to be an archaeologist, and I studied ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman history ad naseum. I was a teenager when I did that, and I have memories of sitting in my bedroom surrounded by 3 foot stacks of books from the library that I read and looked at photos. I was fascinated with the history.
Now as an adult, I have been blessed with a basic knowledge of the spiritual aspect of those histories, and I stay away from it like the plague. But, when my son told me we were going, I couldn’t say no to him, and I couldn’t resist the opportunity to see these ancient items for myself, I must confess. During prayer, I had asked the Lord to be my personal “tour guide” and if it be His will, to minister to me while I was inside.
The first word I received was when I was standing in front of this statue (hover your cursor over the photographs):
I took a very close look at the feet of the statue, examining the detail of the toes. That is when the Lord spoke this word to my spirit: DESTROYED
I continued on, looking at all of the different items, and came across this stele:
I asked our Heavenly Father, what does this writing mean, what does it say? He spoke to my spirit saying: BLASPHEMIES
I continued on, looking all around me, looking at each item one by one.
I wondered what our Lord thought about all these ancient items, items He’s known about since before they were even created. That’s when He spoke this word to me: RUBBLE
Continuing on, I found myself standing before the statue of King Tut himself.
I waited to see if our Father would speak to my spirit, but He said nothing.
So I continued on, and found myself standing in front of the statue of Akhenaten.
That is when the YHVH Yeshua spoke this word to me: PIT
I remember standing there, in the middle of the room, in front of this massive rediculous statue and just feeling a sense of revulsion. I prayed against it, I prayed for the protection of the Lord.
The last word I received had to do with King Tut himself. Now, before I explain what took place, I want to first explain my position and belief on the boy king. I believe he is the firstborn son of the Pharoah spoken of in the book of Exodus, the son who died as a result of the Plague – Death of the Firstborn. I believe the reason why Tut is being taken all over the world is because it is a proof of the awesome power of Almighty God, when He says “Let my people go” – He means it. I know there are many who will disagree – the archaeological record says this, the archaeological record says that – my belief is that the records have been re-written, the dates purposely fudged, and the reason for that is to hide the fact that our God, YHVH YESHUA, reigns.
Lastly, I found it interesting that as I gazed on this item (see below), the Lord spoke this word to me: CHILD’S BED
Why would the Lord bother to tell me that it was a child’s bed, when I could have just walked to the other side of the exhibit and read the plaque for myself, it clearly read “The bed of the boy king.” I don’t know for sure, but maybe – just maybe the Lord was confirming my belief of the true identity of King Tut. Just maybe….
Exo 13:15 And it came to pass, when Pharaoh would hardly let us go, that the LORD slew all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, both the firstborn of man, and the firstborn of beast: therefore I sacrifice to the LORD all that openeth the matrix, being males; but all the firstborn of my children I redeem.
Exo 13:16 And it shall be for a token upon thine hand, and for frontlets between thine eyes: for by strength of hand the LORD brought us forth out of Egypt.
Watch the Story of the Exodus here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFHgy9ALJ7c