An Egyptian astrologer is warning that the Jewish people will become stronger in 2014 based on his reading of the stars.
Astrologer Sayyed Al-Shimi said on Egyptian television this week that notable events in Jewish history have happened when Saturn entered the "fire signs." Among them: the convening of the first World Zionist Congress in 1897, when Saturn had entered Sagittarius; the signing of the Balfour Declaration which proclaimed the right of the Jewish people to an independent state, when Saturn was in Leo; and similar astrological alignments during the 1948, 1956 and 1967 wars.
“Saturn will enter the fire sign of Sagittarius. My late father and I have had a long history with Saturn entering fire signs. As Sheik Daud Al-Antaki wrote, when Saturn enters any of the fire signs, the Jews grow stronger. Don't believe in this merely because I say so. It's been tested,” Al-Shimi said in an interview aired Tuesday on Al-Nahar TV and translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute.
He went on:
We discovered that Saturn entered the fire sign of Sagittarius when the first World Zionist Congress convened. The Balfour Declaration was released when Saturn was in the fire sign of Leo. The Haganah Brigades [the pre-1948 Jewish defense force] began organizing and helping the English in 1928, when Saturn was in the fire sign of Sagittarius. The 1948 war took place when Saturn was in the fire sign of Leo. The 1956 war took place when Saturn was in the fire sign of Sagittarius. The 1967 war took place when Saturn was in the fire sign of Aries.
Between 1963-1967, my late father warned in his annual reports: "Beware, Saturn will enter the sign of Aries in 1967, and this means that the Jews will grow stronger, just like in 1956 and in 1948." "Beware," he said, "something is about to happen." But they refused to believe him.
The astrologer warned specifically about 2014, saying that Saturn would again enter Sagittarius.
“Therefore, I hope that until December 2014, the Arab leaders must do whatever they can to resolve the Palestinian problem,” he said.
Watch the video clip, via MEMRI: