Marian Apparitions Appearing in Egypt

There has been an uptick in mystical activity lately all across the globe.  At the El Warraq Coptic Orthodox Church in Greater Cairo, Egypt, Marian apparitions have been appearing throughout the month of December.  Over 200,000 Christians and Muslims have flocked to this area to see them, with some even getting shots of “her” on their cellphones.

Below is a video of the apparition that was recorded by someone in attendance and later posted on You Tube.  If you’ll look to the immediate lower left of the cross on top of the church, you will see what appears to be a form of light.  Reports say the apparitions are preceded by flocks of birds and flashes of light in the night sky.

When the video starts, you can clearly see that there is nothing beside the cross on top of the church.  When the person filming the video pans away at roughly the fourteen-second mark, and then pans back at the twenty-one-second mark, there is a figure of light visibly present and standing beside the cross.

Truly, these are deceptive times we live in.  Take heed and hold fast to God’s written Word so that you can not be led astray.

Mark 13:22 For false Christs and false prophets shall rise, and shall show signs and wonders, to seduce, if it were possible, even the elect.

2 Corinthians 11:14 And no wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light.



My response?  Is it real, or is it a hoax produced by laser beams?  Who knows?  Regardless, it’s a shame that a little light show is all it takes to draw so many people.  Sinful man doesn’t make Satan’s work hard for him, does he?


(HT:  Watcher’s Lamp)

11 thoughts on “Marian Apparitions Appearing in Egypt

  1. Doug

    A Christian may go through his or her entire life without encountering anything like this, but we know that spiritual warfare is going on all around us, just as depicted in the book of Daniel and elsewhere in Scripture.
    A light, a figure, a voice…all that Satan has to work with is smoke and mirrors, misdirection and lies.
    I once saw “UFOs”. The event was filmed, shown on the news, and the video is probably floating around on the internet. My point is that all it took were a few lights in the sky moving like no aircraft can to be a “UFO” event.
    Is it any wonder that Jesus often chastized His disciples for believing their eyes instead of having faith? Eyes can be fooled. We can be fooled. But Jesus Christ is true.

  2. Drew

    Pretty creepy. It looks like an alien.

    Why do you think it is that the Western world seems to have such a monopoly on the gospel? All these oriental churches are just worthless.

  3. Doug

    Chrystal, I’m suprized that this post hasn’t generated more comments-perhaps if the aparition had given a shout out to Clement/Joyner/Bentley?

    Kidding, of course-have a great day!

  4. shane

    I think it could be “Emma”. Isn’t that the name of Bentley’s demon errrr I mean “angel”?

  5. Carol

    People will flock to visions or what they are told are visions, but they will not cling to the Word of God and believe without seeing “something”

  6. truthinator

    Yes, the sensational is more entertaining and pleasing to the flesh. This is why the big top, 3-ring entertainment church draws more people than real churches. People love to see things and wonder about them. False, lying wonders always draw crowds…

    I wonder if this is a hoax of some type? If not, then it is a lying wonder for sure!

  7. Bud Press

    A dear friend, who was an ex-Mormon, said that before she was saved she had visits from her dead relatives. Once she gave her life to the real Jesus Christ, she realized the visits were demonic activity, and the visits stopped.

    Luke chapter 16 addresses the “visits from dead relatives” issue, and clearly teaches that once a person dies they go to either heaven or hell (Luke 16:19-31). One of the key passages is verse 26:

    “‘And besides all this, between us and you there is a great chasm fixed, so that those who wish to come over from here to you will not be able, and that none may cross over from there to us.”

    The way I see it, this is God’s “No Return” policy for both the saved and unsaved.

    Bud Press

  8. Denise

    The deception goes on. Biblical churches don’t engage in this idol worship/demonic activity (even if its a laser beam, or some sort of trick, its done to cause people to follow something other than the Jesus of Scripture.)

    I wonder, with all these apparitions of “Mary”—could this be a demon called Mary?

    Here’s another issue for those caught up in Romanism (in any of its forms): If Mary is really appearing all over the world, and if hundreds of millions of people pray to her daily, that would necessitate her being omnicient and omnipresent. In the RCC’s catechism, they indeed attribute to Mary what they believe about Jesus, by their own admission. Something to think about …..

  9. David resident prophet Mrs Alec gave a prophetic word on air during the Lakeland “revival” that Jesus himself in the flesh, the Man from Nazareth who lived and died and was resurrected and ascended up to the right hand of the Father – that he was going to show up on stage at Lakeland in person.
    Benny Hinn at one point believed a similar prophecy and relayed this prophecy on TV quite excitedly.
    Now imagine such a false word, which contradicts Jesus very own words , imagine such a prophecy backed up by an apparition on stage of Light and such – and imagine the claims of some charlatan as to the validation of their false teachings and false shepherding and prophecy confirmed by such a lying sign..

    I fear for the simple Christian who have not opened up the Word of God and taken in the Truth of who God is and know what He is not – I fear for those easily lead astray by “signs and wanders(not a typo)” and those who will heed the call of the Harlot in Proverbs who calls out for the young man who foolishly goes to his own demise in her inner chamber..

    I pray a revival of the love of the Word and the Love of discipleship in Truth under the rod and staff of the Good Shepherd.

  10. Mr. PSb

    Even more saddening is the fact that God is the one bringing judgment on people who don’t want to believe the truth – by sending them delusions so they would believe lies. In this case God just gives them what they want – sugar coated lies.

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