Marian Apparitions and Projected Illusions at the End of the Program

April 2, 2010

Many people have witnessed apparitions of one kind or another, alone or in large groups of people. These are most often Marian Apparitions - projected illusions created by the grids about creation - something beyond the physical. Did you ever witness a miracle or an apparition alleged linked to god or aliens? Did you witness something scary or loving? This of course goes to your emotional state of mind.

I have been told that at the end of the program, your consciousness will project whatever, or whomever, you need to see to bring you comfort and take you out of the program. We will all create our own illusion, and as we leave, understand how we created it.

April 2, 1969

Our Lady of Zeitoun, Egypt

Our Lady of Zeitoun, Also known simply as El-Zeitoun, Zeitun or rarely Our Lady of Light, was a mass Marian apparition that occurred in the Zeitoun district of Cairo, Egypt, over a period of 23 years beginning on April 2, 1968. The first apparition at Zeitoun was recorded on the evening April 2, 1968 when two men noticed a white figure on the top of the local Coptic Church of the Holy Virgin. The sighting was reported to the police. Crowd begun to gather on the event site and the police attempted to disperse it. According to the police, the sighting was just a reflection of the light from the street lamps However, the crowds viewed the sighting as a clear apparition of Saint Mary, and so the attempts by the police to disperse the crowd were unsuccessful. The event itself ended in few minutes.

A week later on April 9 the phenomenon reoccurred for a few minutes and since then apparitions became quite frequent, sometimes repeating two-three times a week. The appearance of the lights continued up to 1971. Many healings and miracles were reported during the time of the apparitions. The Pope of Alexandria Kyrillos VI appointed a committee of high-ranking priests and bishops to investigate the matter, headed by Bishop Gregorios, bishop of postgraduate studies, Coptic culture and scientific research.

On May 4 the Coptic Orthodox Pope of Alexandria in Cairo issued an official statement confirming the apparitions. They were also confirmed by the Jesuit Father Dr. Henry Habib Ayrout, and by Rev. Dr. Ibrahim Said of the Protestant Evangelical Ministries. Nuns of the Society of the Sacred Heart also witnessed the apparitions and sent a detailed report to the Vatican, resulting in the arrival of an envoy on April 28 who also saw the apparitions and sent a report to Pope Paul VI. The Egyptian government also investigated the matter, and, after being unable to produce an alternative explanation for the luminous sightings, accepted the apparitions as true.