Friday, 2 November 2012

YHWH And His Failed Prophecy Of Egypt !!!


                                                                     
YHWH And His Failed Prophecy Of Egypt !!!

In keeping up with the series of fake prophecies of Ha-shem , we  have a bogus prophecy by Mr.Tetragrammeton (Read: YHWH) i.e Egypt. Lets see:

Ezekiel 29:8-12

“…the land of Egypt shall be a desolation and a waste...no foot of man shall pass through it and no foot of beast shall past through it; it shall be uninhabited for forty years. And I will make the city of Egypt a desolation in the midst of desolated countries; and her cities shall be desolated forty years... I will scatter Egyptian among the nations, and disperse them through the countries.”

The problem is for past 2600 years our mythical (and highly doubtful) Mr. Hashem has failed to carry about this event as outlined by his faithful Prophet Ezekiel.

Ezekiel even tried his luck with another prophecy regarding NebuchadnezzarEzekiel 29:20:

"I have given him [Nebuchadnezzar] the land of Egypt as his recompense for which he has laboured, because they worked for me, says the Lord God. "Unfortunately, here too he failed! For Nebuchadnezzar never conquered Egypt.

Some claim that this passage refers to the Battle of Carchemish of 605 B.C., in which Nebuchadnezzar defeated the Egyptian army. But this is absurd, since that battle was before, not after, the siege of Tyre - which concluded around 573 B.C.

According to Bible, the date Ezekiel received the prophecy was April 26, 571 B.C.  Also neither Nile river dried nor egyptians were exiled for 40 years.

Robert Mascharan

2 comments:

  1. Wow you have realy done your research on this, How many true egytians live in that land now? I think you will find there are virtually none, Egypt is run by foreigners now and we are still digging out the sand that covered its old empire now. No true egyptian will ever sit on its throne again, all imports.

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  2. Bible says "And I will make the city of Egypt a desolation in the midst of desolated countries; and her cities shall be desolated forty years".

    You need to ask your self ,when did any such event ever happened? If it did then when and under which circumstances?

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