posted on Oct, 30 2016 @ 04:13 AM
We need to look at the quatrain as a whole, first of all...
"Mabus will then soon die and there will come
a dreadful destruction of people and animals.
Suddenly vengeance revealed, a hundred hands,
thirst and hunger, when the comet will pass."
It's always been considered that Mabus must be the 'third anti-Christ'.
This interpretation makes no sense, though...
Mabus will die before there is the dreadful destruction of people and animals.
Unlike Hitler and Napoleon, who were alive when they caused horrific destruction of people and animals.
Mabus does not cause this dreadful destruction, which means he cannot be an anti-christ.
Mabus cannot be meant as a Hitler, or a Napoleon, therefore.
It is actually the death of Mabus that leads into the dreadful destruction.
This suggests that Mabus is someone people greatly admire, highly respect - a most honorable figure.
His death is considered so reprehensible to his admirers, that they lash out in anger...
So - "Suddenly vengeance revealed..." makes sense...
This means that after Mabus dies, the people who admired him so deeply respond with great anger, which causes the destruction of people and animals.
"Suddenly" , it is revealed that vengeance led to this horrific destruction.
The people who seek this vengeance will be the poor, of "thirst and hunger".
This quatrain is linked to others, without a doubt. Finding those quatrains would help us to understand who Mabus will be, and much more.
One thing I know for sure, is that Mabus is certainly not the 3rd anti-christ.
I have no idea why everyone automatically assumes he is an anti-christ, either.
If you want to find out who Mabus is, don't accept what all these so-called 'experts' say about him.
For that matter, don't accept anything the 'experts' say about the quatrains, because they often interpret it wrong.
Think it through, yourself - because these so-called 'experts' are no such thing.