posted on Sep, 11 2010 @ 08:40 AM
As is typical of all idolators, numerous metaphors and symbols referred to in both the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Revelation of John
interpreted as referring to a specific
The “spouter of lies” and the “wicked priest” of the Commentary on Habakkuk
(1QpHab), for example, are widely considered to be
referring to one person or another.
See, for example:
On the contrary, the “spouter of lies” is, esoterically, the “beast of the earth” consciousness of the ‘thinker’ (See the Revelation of
and Sura 27:82 of the Quran
); while the “wicked priest” is not any one
person, but literally, the Jewish religious
establishment itself in Jerusalem…
Which, of course, explains why
the Dead Sea Scrolls were hidden in the first place.
And which, of course, is why the current researchers on the Dead Sea Scrolls are so obsessed
in determining a specific
these terms; that is, in order to prevent
the understanding that the current Jewish, Christian (and Muslim) religious 'authorities' have
Knowledge whatsoever of the Revelations that they claim to believe in.