MOTHER MARY: Was It a MIRACLE HEALING from MOTHER MARY at the Virgin Mary Church in Maadi, Egypt?

MOTHER MARY: Was It a MIRACLE HEALING from MOTHER MARY at the Virgin Mary Church in Maadi, Egypt?


In the year 2000, I was in Egypt, and I
had a miraculous healing from Mother Mary…or did I? Let me tell you about it,
and you can decide. It’s Carol Chapman, author of Arrival of the Gods in Egypt. Okay, so this is what happened. We were at this really special church in the suburb of Maadi, and this church is
where Mary and Joseph brought the baby Jesus. It’s…there wasn’t a church yet…the
church was built on the site where Mary and Joseph brought baby Jesus. And the
the church is built on the Nile River, and they took a ferry there, and there’s
still the stairs, which is on the church ground, where they went down to the Nile.
So this is a sacred spot, and it felt really special to be there. So we went
there at night. This was the end of September, and the daytime temperatures
were really really hot, and everybody in Cairo, at that time of year, is
basically out at night, when the temperature drops about 40 degrees
Fahrenheit, when it gets comfortable. And this was a marvelous sanctuary to be
there that night, with these fresh breezes off the Nile River. And there
were lights in the palm trees, so even though it was dark, there was sort of a
nice warm glow there, and it it felt just so special. And our host asked me if I
would like to have something from the concession stand. So I said, “Sure,” so he
bought me a soda. And I know, in foreign countries, to drink only bottled water,
bottled soda, or boiled water like in tea and coffee.
I don’t know what was going on in my brain that I wasn’t thinking, but I know
what I was thinking. I was thinking, if it’s soda, it’s okay.
But I went with him to the concession stand and then I got my soda, which was
in a Styrofoam cup with a lid and a straw. And as I came to the palm tree
where we were sitting and – I think I told you I was traveling with Peggy, the
publisher my book – she had a weird look on her face that I could see from those
lights in the palm tree. She said, “Where did you get that soda?” And I looked down at the Styrofoam cup, and my brain was starting to work, and I said, “You know,
from the concession stand. They’ve got one of those soda fountain machines that
hooks up to the local tap water – Oh my God, I just drank about a cup of local
water!” And Peggy said, “Pray!” And so we prayed to Mary. We’d already prayed to Mary earlier, in the sanctuary of the church, and now we
prayed under the palm tree outside. And I said to Mary, “You know I am here for so
many special reasons, and I have this agenda of things that I’m doing, that will
be helpful for so many other people. I’m taking photographs for Peggy. I’m taking
photographs in the pharaohs tombs, because I felt that there were images
there that that supported my theory that there is evidence in ancient ruins of
our…of life after death, and based on my past late memories at Atlantis. That
was really important. And later in the week, our hosts were taking us to their
hometown where apparitions of the Virgin Mary were occurring, and it was a town
where foreigners were not allowed, but we were going to get to go there because it
was their hometown and we were guests of local people. And I said Mary, “I need to be well,” and you know, I didn’t get sick. So I must
have had a miraculous healing but, it’s hard to know, because it’s not like I
walked in on crutches and threw my crutches away. It’s that I didn’t get
sick. Well, later on in our trip, we met an American woman who was going to the
University in Cairo, and we asked her, “What’s the local water like?” She said,
“Terrible.” She said, “I can’t even wash vegetables and have a salad. Even if I,
you know, damp all the water off, I still get sick. I have to cook everything so
that I can eat it.” I thought, I did have a miraculous healing. Thank you, Mary. But then,
when I got home, the doubts came again, and I phoned a soda
company, and I said “When you send the syrups to foreign countries, do you also
send purified carbonated water so that they can hook that up instead of hooking
it up to the local tap water?” And she said, “We would never send carbonated
water, because as soon as you’d open it up, eventually all the fizz would go out. I
did receive a miraculous healing. I was so grateful. But then, just before I was
making this video, I thought, I’m going to do a search online, “Was the local tap water
safe in Cairo in 2000?” Well I didn’t find anything for 2000, but I did find
something for 2006, and it said that the water was tested in Maadi, which is where
this church was, and it was found to be safe for foreigners. So maybe I didn’t
have a miraculous healing. I don’t know. I do know that I am so
happy that I was there. I am so happy that I was in that church where Mary and
Joseph brought baby Jesus. I am so happy that I was in Egypt. I am so happy that
we stayed with local people and that we did go to the place where apparitions
of the Virgin Mary were appearing, and that I did get the photos I needed in
the Pharaoh’s tombs. So I leave it to you. What do you think? Did I have a
miraculous healing or not? Just write in the Comments section below and also Like and Subscribe. It’s Carol Chapman, author of Arrival of the Gods in Egypt

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