posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 08:52 AM
The king of Babylon will "return", according to Daniel 11:30, sometime after he is grieved by an attack from the "ships of the western
Revelation 13:3 describes him seemingly coming back from the dead. The text does not indicate that he actually died, but suggests that the whole world
thinks he's dead, then he suddenly reappears.
Why Saddam? Compare the verses in Daniel 11:21-28. They line up with Saddam's career. Essentially, these verses describe a despicable tyrant who
comes to power through intrigue (not royalty). A large army is wiped away before him (in Saddam's case, it was Iran's army during the Iran/Iraq war
in the 80s.) The tyrant king of Babylon then invades the richest provinces when they are secure and he will loot and plunder them (in Saddam's case,
his invasion of Kuwait.) This invasion will not ultimately be successful, because a large coalition from the south will come up against him and his
army will be defeated (i.e. Dessert Storm). Nevertheless, the king of Babylon "will return to his own country with great wealth" (Saddam stole $45
billion in assets from Kuwait) and he "will take action against" the holy covenant, (in this case, Saddam sent scud missiles against Israel).
Another clue: Saddam's name in the Persian dialect means "destroyer". In Revelation 9:1-11, we read about some evil Nephilim-like creatures
emerging from an underground Abyss, or perhaps through a stargate. Their king is called Destroyer: Abaddon in Hebrew, Apollyon in Greek, or "Saddam"
in Persian. It's a known fact that Saddam had scientists messing around with UFO technology and DNA manipulation and cloning.
Another clue: Associated with the king of Babylon seemingly coming back from the dead, is evidence that his image begins to speak (Revelation 13:15).
In November, a mysterious Saddam Channel began beaming on television all across the Arab world, showing Saddam giving speeches, showing Saddam riding
on a white horse, showing Saddam calling for jihad. The Saddam Channel broadcast for about a week, then disappeared. This is very mysterious, but it
hints toward a possible explanation for how an image of the king of Babylon will speak, as described by John on Patmos.
So what happens when Saddam returns? According to Daniel 11:31, "His armed forces will rise up to desecrate the temple fortress and will abolish the
daily sacrifice. Then they will set up the abomination that causes desolation."
The abomination is the sign Jesus spoke of in Matthew 24, as the beginning of the great tribulation of the end times. The counsel from Jesus is that
all those who live in Judea should run for the hills immediately. The remnant of Israel will need to escape from an invasion of Israel by the Arabs
and Islamics, led by the king of Babylon. Jerusalem will be overtaken for a period of 3 1/2 years.
The remnant will be taken on "the two wings of a great eagle" (Revelation 12:14) that will take them to a place that is out of the reach of the
dragon's kingdom. I believe a remnant of Israel will be evacuated from Israel by the United States (the great eagle) and brought to safety in
America. I believe this is America's prophetic destiny, to protect the remnant of Israel for "a time, times and half a time" (3 1/2 years,
I know, it sounds crazy, but it's all going to happen very soon.
Oh, by the way, that wasn't the real Saddam who was captured and put on trial. That was one of his doubles, who was basically complicitous with his
captors. And don't tell me the DNA matched what they had on file for Saddam. Do you think the real Saddam would have given a blood sample to the U.S.
army to keep on file?