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Book of Revelation — Marketing Human Genocide as Prophecy

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31 July 2021

HENRY MAKOW — Mass noncompliance is all that is necessary to stop Covid Communism.

If enough people refuse vaccines, covid tests, lockdowns, and segregation there is nothing the government can do.

While many see the Book of Revelation as a prophecy from God, it is a blueprint for the Luciferian New World Order.

H.P. Blavatsky, founder of the Theosophical Society, and Albert Pike, author of Morals and Dogma both acknowledge that Revelation is kabbalistic.

Unlike most of the Bible, Revelation is largely comprised of abstract symbolism and numerology, both of which are components of occultism ie. kabala. Why else would the globalists follow a plan that is eerily similar to Revelation?

144,000 CHOSEN

In John 10:16 Jesus says, “I have other sheep that are not of this sheep pen. I must bring them also. They too will listen to my voice, and there shall be one flock and one shepherd.”

Chapter 7 of the book of Revelation contradicts Jesus’ words and says that the “chosen” are only Israelites, with 12,000 from each of the 12 tribes chosen. Not Jewish? You’re out of luck according to Revelation. Get in line for… The Mark of the Beast. Revelation chapter 13 gives the number of the beast as 666. While it was written in Greek, ancient Hebrew used letters to represent numbers. “Vaw”; is equivalent to W and has the numerical value of 6. WWW = 666 13:16-17

It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name.

Sounds awfully similar to left wing plans for a vaccine passport, doesn’t it? […]

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17 Comments on Book of Revelation — Marketing Human Genocide as Prophecy

    • Since we are discussing the Bible, I will bring it to your attention that Christians (those who belong to Christ) are the true Israelites because they are the ones who inherit the promises that God gave to Abraham.

      See Galatians Chapter 3 verse 29.

  1. I agree with much of what Henry Makow says, but this is a crass and frankly amateurish misreading of the most contentious book of the entire bible in terms of interpretation. The Revelation of John has been a theological football for centuries, and it’s pointless to single out any one of the many (often conflicting) scholarly interpretations. However.. I can’t resist mentioning one recent one, a labour of love, spanning decades of study and incorporating much fascinating contextual information on the world in which the Revelation was written. It’s here:

    https://www.biblaridion.info/html/Rev_TOC.html

    Take from it what you will – its analysis is not particularly mainstream – but take also a moment to consider the depth and extent of scholarship, both historical and theological, that is required to give this deeply mysterious book its due.

    • The book to which you link is a curiously worded work, difficult to read and with many errors. It is either a bad translation from foreign work, or a poorly OCR’d publication, or both.

      Either way, there are serious problems with the work:

      1) it appears to be anonymous and so one cannot examine the author’s background and theological positions;

      2) the work appears to be based in “higher criticism” which discounts the divine inspiration of the word of God;

      3) the work advances a preterist perspective, which attempts to place Bible prophecy as having already been fulfilled. This cannot possibly be the case, as there are dozens of details which have no historic counterpart. (Perhaps type or shadow, but not literal or final fulfillment.)

      So unfortunately, I cannot recommend the link. Either the Bible is entirely divinely inspired and inerrant in its original autographs (and thus authoritative and sufficient) or else it is not. People are free to invent their own religion, but the Scriptures must be accepted or rejected as a whole.

      Furthermore, the best way to interpret Scripture is to let Scripture speak for itself. “By two or three witnesses a matter is confirmed.” The word of God is preserved in that its doctrines are laced throughout the OT and NT.

      Finally, fulfilled prophecy is the best evidence of divine inspiration and authorship; thus, readers would do well to heed the words of Revelation; which is the only book which promises a specific or unique blessing for hearing it. (Which again reinforces the plain interpretation, rather than spiritualization which is left to one’s imagination.)

    • As a lifelong reader and student of the Bible, I agree with the sentiment of Bible scholar, Dr. Henry Morris, who said, “It’s not that Revelation is difficult for most to understand; it’s that it’s difficult for many to believe.”

      But if you read Scripture cover to cover, you’ll find that just as the earth and human life had a supernatural origin; it’s going to have a supernatural ending—which in reality is the commencement of eternity, either with God or apart from Him.

      The first two chapters of Genesis, everything’s perfect. And in the last two chapters of Revelation, everything’s perfect once again.

      So aside from the first two chapters, and the last two chapters, the entirety of Scripture explains how Satan and man fell, and what God had to do in order to accomplish what is needed for the the salvation and redemption of the earth for those who trust in his Son, Jesus Christ.

  2. I am a long time reader of WW as well as Makow, for research purposes. And as fascinating and pertinent as much of the material on these sites may be, in terms of understanding the inner workings of the elite and the NWO, neither of these sources are a substitute for the Bible, the word of God, when it comes to explaining what is going on in the world and why.

    The Bible is not a blueprint for evil; rather, it reveals God’s divine plan to rescue mankind from himself, and from Satan and the fallen ones, which are the enemies of mankind. The Bible exposes evil and condemns; it does not “inspire” or guide it. That’s preposterous and ludicrous assertion, from both a practical as well as theological perspective:

    “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?” (Jeremiah 17:9); “And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them” (Ephesians 5:11).

    Even Jesus condemns the architects of the NWO: “I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan” (Rev. 2:9b).

    The clear message of Revelation is only one of “doom and gloom” if you are an enemy of God; for all others, it is a message of hope. The word comes from “apocalypse” which simply means “unveiling.” What does Revelation unveil? Specifically, the Second Advent, or physical bodily return, of Jesus Christ to earth. As Jesus himself declared prior to his ascension,

    “And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, [there] ye may be also. … I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” (John 14:3,6).

    The Scriptures alone contain the entire saga of mankind: Genesis being the foundation, and Revelation the capstone. As the Lord spoke through his prophet Isaiah (46:9-10),

    “Remember the former things of old: for I am God, and there is none else; I am God, and there is none like me, declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, My counsel shall stand, and I will do all my pleasure.”

    God’s pleasure is not to kill, but to save: “For I have no pleasure in the death of one who dies,” says the Lord GOD. “Therefore turn and live!” (Ezekiel 18:32). This is why Jesus declared,

    “The thief [Satan] does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly” (John 10:10).

    Sadly, Makow’s attack upon the Scriptures is exceedingly unfortunate and short-sighted. It is a message of love and redemption and salvation. The fact that it both records and predicts the evils of fallen man through prophecy is a testament to its inspiration and authenticity:

    “For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost” (2 Peter 1:21).

  3. Actually (although I profess to be a very basic layman and a simple citizen in all my affairs), I was under the impression that the 144,000 represented Jewish evangelists who are to prepare the way for the return of Jesus. Depending on your perspective, this could mean “Christ mind and Christ heart” and a more peaceful time.

    IF we were going very literal, and ascribe the “shot” to represent the mark of the beast, passports / tattoos / chips as a furtherance of that mark, and the Israeli government as of a “antichrist” spirit in their pressure toward the citizens of that nation to do as they say or be punished, THEN 144,000 good souls (resistors / free thinkers / people who have a deeper love) may be all that is left when this matter begins to show the increase in numbers of those who transition as a result of this biological tyranny.

    Now if you believe I am incorrect, NO PROBLEM. Please just be reasonable in your disagreement if you do not mind.

    Many thanks for the consideration.

    All my best,
    Simple Citizen

    • I too am a layman who has studied Revelation multiple times, from all major perspectives. After repeated attempts to understand other views, I have every time returned to the literal-historical-grammatical approach, a.k.a. Premillennial Dispensationalism. That basically means affirming the Bible depicts a pre-tribulation rapture of the church (the bride of Christ), before the events of Revelation 6-19 ensue.

      This view affirms, as you evidently do, that the 144,000 are literal virgin male Jewish evangelists, functioning on earth during this time. However, the Scriptures do not indicate exactly how these men will appear or be made manifest. A pastor friend of mine has suggested that they may actually be translated to earth in the same manner as the two last-days witnesses (Rev. 11); an idea I find intriguing and which makes good sense.

      The “shot” is not the mark. But the entire system being established is a forerunner to that which is depicted in Revelation. The primary difference being that the actual mark of the beast (MOTB) is not merely an economic requirement to buy or sell; rather, it indicates acceptance and worship of an individual who is embued with supernatural powers, which will deceive men:

      “The coming of the [lawless one] is according to the working of Satan, with all power, signs, and lying wonders, and with all unrighteous deception among those who perish, because they did not receive the love of the truth, that they might be saved.” (2 Thes. 2:9-10)

      So again, the key to understanding/interpreting Revelation is that while there are many symbols in the book, it is a depiction of real events yet future, and is not to be allegorized or spiritualized. Thus, the 144,000 are not merely “good souls” or “resistors” but are a special group of saints.

      The Bible indicates they are “redeemed from the earth… firstfruits to God and to the Lamb” (Rev. 14:3,4) which could indicate they’ve already been in heaven. Verse 5 lends support to this, indicating that “in their mouth was found no deceit, for they are without fault before the throne of God.”

      So again, the medical tyranny to which the world is presently being subjected is not that of the Antichrist and his false prophet (Rev 13:11-18). One reason is, it is not visibly connected to a spiritual power structure. However, it is not difficult to see the parallels, or to see how the system could be a foundation or a framework for something yet to come.

      (As a preview of this, all one has to do is to understand the logo of the World Health Organization—the serpent on the pole does not represent the bronze serpent made by Moses (Numbers 21:9). Rather, it represents the coming one-world order under Antichrist:

      “So the great dragon was cast out, THAT SERPENT OF OLD, called the Devil and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was cast to the earth, and his angels were cast out with him” (Rev. 12:9).

      “And now we know,” as Paul Harvey used to say, “the REST of the story.”

      • 1990 years approx since the time of Christ and the first 1850 years there was a common theme about the biblical narrative. The last 170 years that theme was turned on its head by the basket of beliefs that fall under the Dispensationalist yoke. As an example Pre trib rapture……1 Thessalonians 4:17 gives a formula that is subordinate to what Jesus said in John 6: 39,40,44,54. There is going to be 1 day which is the last day and the dead are resurrected, the church raptured, and the judgement.
        Revelation has the most quotes from the Old Testament. It is apocalyptic, prophetic, and historical. It is bracketed by a verse in chapter 1 where it’s happening quickly and Revelation 22 where John is asked to not seal the book. Most I believe correlates with Daniel and with the Olivette discourse of Christ in Matthew 23-24 where he is talking about the destruction of Jerusalem and the old covenant. The 144,000 can be viewed as representing a remnant in the first century that believed Jesus was the Messiah. Every generation has a remnant of true believers. The old covenant is toast and there is a new sheriff in town with a new covenant, and his name is Jesus Christ…Hebrews 8 explains (the whole chapter). Cheers

        • Yes- the last 170 years of Bible ‘eschatology’ has provided the antIChrists with a ‘heaven sent’ game plan to mutate the earth & mankind into what passes for such today.

      • “So again, the medical tyranny to which the world is presently being subjected is not that of the Antichrist and his false prophet (Rev 13:11-18). One reason is, it is not visibly connected to a spiritual power structure. However, it is not difficult to see the parallels, or to see how the system could be a foundation or a framework for something yet to come.”

        Actually, I would have to (VERY RESPECTFULLY) disagree. The medical tyranny is connected to a power structure that is often analyzed right here at WW. Occult societies that have crept into every aspects of governments around the world and have proactively shunned a “Christ consciousness” at every turn represents the antichrist in the largest way conceivable.

        The utilization of a technocracy, with all of its facets (including medical tyranny) to control millions of innocent people, who may simply wish to live a life of peace, love and happiness is (to my simple thinking) a massive billboard to the destruction of the LAW and the PROMISE.

        When we consider (far too many to list in this little response) the vast number of threads on WW in which you find agents of an occult, working through government and so many of the other sectors of human life to provoke the destruction of any form of decency, then one can visualize quite clearly not one “antichrist”, but a unified mindset (on mind) of an antichrist consciousness that is being carried out through many in opposition to the LORD.

        Medical tyranny would only represent one facet of a total program toward destruction in an attack on decency, humanity, and life (a good, simple life) that is being utilized to achieve a desired end goal. The “Georgia Guide Stones” were not erected in error and are not protected (proactively protected by any form of demolition) due to incompetence. Instead, I would (again, humbly) submit that they are maintained to announce a clear intention that will be carried out by any means necessary.

        Best,
        SC

  4. Who knows what to believe including that book is it Buy BULL? Anyway what God would choose one group of his creation over another? A racist supremacist god probably more of a demon. I think all those in those books were more demons like the statue of Moses by Michelangelo it has HORNS. It was to be viewed from below so most wouldn’t see the horns, so it was said. Now that the cats out of the bag they try to explain it away here is a pic https://images.app.goo.gl/SZAd5tW3pFFSMyEw8

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