Do not camp on the land below and west of the crag. It is private property and is now posted.
Continue down the road about another mile toward the double camelback formation near Gunlock. This is BLM owned land, and offers parking and dispersed camping where you won't be the guy to get the Prophesy closed to climbing.
A rather nice, long route with a minor crux lower in the route and the crux up high pulling over the bulge. The great holds seem to fade to good (enough) holds, when you find them. The route has good clipping stances and is protected well so definitely give it a go if you are up on the platform.
From the parking area, the trail will split and you need to go to the left. Keep walking in the dry wash and look for a small trail to the right. Walk up the wide arcing rock ramp and continue up some third-class rock. Once on top of the platform, go right toward the tree on a higher area just right of the large black streak (Dark Prophete, 12a) and left of the huge, obvious arete
where Past Lives starts. The tree is in the belay area.
12 bolts to chains. May want to use a long draw on the first or unclip it after clipping the second to avoid rope contact with a particularly sharp edge.