Curses through travel: Egypt

In the nineties, Egyptian décor become the number one fad in South Africa. Almost every home was decorated with its paraphernalia. Although very pretty, Egyptian artifacts, decorations, objects or paintings carry with it extremely strong spirits and curses.

Egyptians made no secret about the curses they liked to place on just about anything.
For one, they placed curses on the tombs of Pharaohs to protect them against thieves, commonly known as ‘the curse of the pharaohs’. The purpose of the curse was to bring death and destruction on any one who opened the tomb, went in, looked at or took the artifacts. One curse said, “Cursed be those who disturb the rest of a Pharaoh. They that shall break the seal of this tomb shall meet death by a disease that no doctor can diagnose” and the tomb of Khentika Ikhekhi’s curse says, “As for all men who shall enter this my tomb… there will be judgment… an end shall be made for him… I shall seize his neck like a bird… I shall cast the fear of myself into him.” Those are some serious incantations!
What does this tell us about museums holding these things? About twenty people who excavated King Tut’s tomb died within two years of serious illnesses or accidents!

Some people have said to me, “But come on, those curses were placed thousands of years ago. They won’t have any effect now.” Demons are not human. They finish what they start. When they have a job, they stick to it. Humans change in their thinking and perceptions, but Satan never forgets! Whatever demons are placed at the site of a curse stays there forever to carry out its goal of destruction. The fact that we forget is only to their advantage!

Have you recently seen the statue of that ancient Egyptian relic in Manchester Museum that is turning in full circles all by itself? It is a statue of an ancient Egyptian Neb Senu who made an offering of the statuette to the deity Osiris, god of the dead, to guarantee his afterlife. Ancient Egypt believed that if the mummy is destroyed then the statuette can act as vessel for the spirit. Well, it is acting up alright! But as usual, scientists have jumped in trying to explain the phenomenon away. I saw it on Fox News – that thing turns! It is not due to people walking or vibrations – the relic is cursed. I can bet your bottom dollar that every employee there is cursed, as well as the employee who solely holds the key to the glass case! Interesting that this statue’s moving coincides with the unrest happening in Egypt at the moment!

Do you have any Egyptian relics in your home? If they’re stuck in a box in a garage does not mean out of sight out of ‘play’ –if it is on your property it will negatively affect you. Break the curse of death and destruction on you in Jesus name and throw them away!

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7 thoughts on “Curses through travel: Egypt

  1. Tim Shey

    You have probably heard about the Hope Diamond Curse.

    When someone gives you a questionable gift, wait on the Lord and He will show you if it is cursed or not. You may have to throw it out of your house. Paintings can be cursed objects. The American Indians were devil worshipers and were into child sacrifice (abortion—Baal Worship) (that’s why they lost “their” land—and this is why Americans are losing their land to illegal immigrants: abortion, homosexuality and other sins which defile the land—the Lord will vomit these wicked people out of the land) and some of their artifacts may be cursed.

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    1. kingintraining Post author

      That’s fascinating Tim, yet sad and frustrating the vile sins that are brought onto the land. South Africa is NO better!
      I have always heard of the curse of the Hope Diamond but never actually looked into it, probably knowing it will never enter my house, hehe – what is it about?

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  2. Sharon Natsarim

    Fascinating and so true. I have seen that statue as well and like you have no doubt what is animating it.

    I was born and raised in Chicago (speaking of evil and corrupt places) and downtown there are many fine store that carry African and Egyptian art which as you say is beautiful. I was in one of these stores just browsing (not like I could afford a thing in there…lol) when a man came in and was interested in the “masks” hanging on the wall.

    Turns out that some of the “artifacts” in this store were REAL objects from archeological digs! What the man was looking at was a death mask! Apparently worn by a person dying and its said to capture and hold their spirit!

    The man interested was very aloof and uppity so I did not bother asking him why on Earth he would want such an item anywhere near him. They could not have given that thing to me!!!

    His people perish for lack of knowledge and its just these types that you cannot tell anything to…they think they are the wise and learned and you are a bumbling, superstitious fool. Sad it is, that by the time most will learn their mistakes it will be too late for the majority.

    Great post, thanks for sharing sister God bless:)

    Sharon

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  3. Tim Shey

    What I understand about the curse of the Hope Diamond is that bad things always happen to those who have owned it—I think some people have died prematurely. I think the Hope Diamond is in a museum some place.

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  4. biplymale

    This article is so relevant! We had a bunch of Egyptian themed decorations we bought at a decorative/craft store about 8 years or so ago when we did our office in a world traveler theme. It has been only in the past year or so that I felt like the Lord was showing me that it needed to go! Out it went…have some digging through boxes yet in the garage to do~ What a terrific reminder! Blessings to you!

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