Egypt

Egypt is an Islamic country established as a country in 3150 bc. It has a population of 102 million people. It is governed by the Jesuits. Its most populous city and capital is Cairo. It was ruled by the Ottoman Empire. It is a dictatorship with no free press. It is a member of the United Nations. It has the 36th largest GDP of the world.

History of Egypt

The Aryan cult of the Green Man (Orion) becomes the cult of Osiris.

Ancient Egyptian culture, with the Nile as earthly representation of the Milkyway (Hermetic concept As Above, So Below).

3200 bc Pyramids of Gizeh, aligned with Orion's belt.

1353 bc reign of Akhenaten (18th dynasty), married to Nefertiti. Exodus of the Habiru (Hebrews), start of Saturn cult Judaism (Akhenaten as Moses).

1189 bc 20th dynasty, start of decline of Ancient Egyptian civilisation.

605 bc Nebuchadnezzar II defeats the Egyptian army of Necho II (start of Neo-Babylonian Empire).

525 bc Egypt is conquered by the Achaemenid Emire.

332 bc Egypt is conquered by Macedonian king Alexander the Great.

305 bc Ptolemaic Egypt of Ptolemy I (general of Alexander the Great).

51 bc rule of Cleopatra (relationship with Mark Anthony, general of Julius Caesar).

30 bc Egypt is incorporated in the Roman Empire.

451 Egyptian Coptic Church.

639 Sasanid Egypt.

850 Abassid Caliphate.

909 Fatimid Caliphate.

1517 Egypt becomes a province of the Ottoman Empire.

1789 jesuit Napoleon Bonaparte invades Egypt. His army is defeated by British general Horatio Nelson (mason).

1799 discovery of the Rosetta stone, revival of interest for Egyptian culture.

1805 Muhammed Ali dynasty.

1869 completion of the Suez canal.

1897 jesuit school Coll├Ęge de la Sainte Famille.

1904 Aleister Crowley (HOGD) visits the Boulaq museum in Egypt, becomes the prophet of the Aeon of Horus.

1908 Cairo University.

1922 independance from UK.

1924 end of Ottoman Empire.

1928 Hassan al-Banna founds the Muslim Brotherhood.

1945 discovery of the Nag Hammadi library.

1947 jesuit Henri Curiel leads the communist Democratic Movement for National Liberation.

1949 assassination of Hassan al-Banna.

1952 Egyptian Revolution, abdication of Farouk I of Egypt by Gamal Abdel Nasser, replaced by Fuad II (educated at Le Rosey), Mohammed Naguib as president.

1956 Suez crisis, invasion by Israel.

1958 United Arab Republic with Syria (social Baath party of Fabian Michel Aflaq).

1966 Sayyid Qutb (Salafi Jihadist of Muslim Brutherhood, inspiration for Al Quaeda) is hanged. His brother Muhammad Qutb moves to Saudi Arabia and teaches Ayman al-Zawahari (mentor of Osama Bin Laden).

1978 jesuit Boutros Boutros Ghali (Order of Malta, later Secretary-General of UN) as Minister of Foreign Affairs.

1981 assassination of Anwar Sadat by Egyptian Islamic Jihad.

1997 Egyptian prince Dodi Fayed is used in a media ritual with Diana Spencer (mother of Antichrist William V).

2001 Mohammed Atta plays a role in the 911 Twin Towers ritual.

2006 jesuit Raymond Lakah publishes offensive Mohammed cartoons in his newspaper France-Soir to stir up tensions between east and west.

2008 Hassan and Marcus with jesuit Mohamed Imam.

2009 Barack Obama visits the Pyramids with Zahi Hawass.

2011 jesuit Magued Osman as Minister of Communications. Zahi Hawass (antagonist of Graham Hancock) as Minister of Antiquities.

fake Egyptian Revolution, the Muslim Brotherhood participates in staged elections with candidate Mohamed Morsi. Ayman al-Zahawiri (Muslim Brotherhood, Red Crescent) as new leader of Al Quaeda.

2013 Morsi is overthrown. Jesuit Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour as Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment.

2015 building of New Administrative Capital.

2020 jesuit Hesham Selim is used to push the transgender agenda.

Presidents

Mohamed Naguib, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Anwar Sadat, Hosni Mubarak, Mohamed Morsi (University of Southern California), Adly Mansour, Abdel Fattah-el Sisi.

Islam

Turkey

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