We first saw the Egyptian Curse manifest in childbirth, then found it in a broad cross section of health issues. Freemasonry is rooted in the Egyptian Curse. Any time I find biological processes not working, or working the reverse of how they should, we suspect Freemasonry or the Egyptian Curse in some other forms.
Common pictures of that are high cholesterol when you are a vegan, blood pressure meds that make your blood pressure go up, instead of down, and allergic reaction to antihistamines.
Aside from those glaring situations, I suspect the Egyptian Curse is implicated in a huge amount of natural healing processes being slow walked. Because so many people are under it, the medical profession has developed a “normal range” of healing for people, which, in fact, is not normal at all.
In Isaiah 19 God also comments on illness and healing. “And the LORD shall smite Egypt: he shall smite and heal it: and they shall return even to the LORD, and he shall be entreated of them, and shall heal them.” Vs. 22 AV
The Hebrew word translated “smite” is quite harsh. It means to hit with a blow so heavy it could kill.
I believe that in our midst today, we have three different causes for illness. The first is wholesale violation of principles. It is a wonder any of our babies are born with ten fingers and toes, given the toxicity of our environment. And it is a wonder any of them live to their teens considering what we eat these days. The body is remarkably resilient, but that resilience does not change the fact that as a culture, we are largely at risk for willful violation of dietary common sense.
A second cause for illness is the devil, especially the Egyptian Curse.
A third is the hand of God upon those who have militantly created a “wisdom” that is anti-God and have promulgated it in the name of God. He takes offense to that.
On the one hand, repentance and a lifestyle change are quite in order for #1 and #3. On the flip side, God has modeled healing for an entire tribe, even when not everyone in a tribe “deserved” it.
Copyright July 2015 by Arthur Burk
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