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likely 3rd antichrist revealed, with recaps on 1 and 2 68 rate or flag this page By torchthrower related the 1st antichrist related the 1st antichrist related to 2nd antichrist related to 2nd antichrist for 2nd antichrist for 2nd antichrist for 2nd antichrist for 2nd antichrist recap on 1 & 2 The first 2 antichrists I will describe the issues not from the past but of its impact today. Napoleon was the 1st antichrist, especially from Nostradamus. He came to power from the chaos of the French Revolution. We all know from history or history class about his wars within Europe and his defeats in Haiti and Waterloo. His wars then next the same by his nephew Napoleon the 3rd, destroyed the male population of Europe. But there is something many people don't realize that has impacted the world today, its the education (especially public) system. Some may ask, "So Napoleon is dangerous not from a military standpoint but because he wanted all people (males at this time) to learn?" Well in theory no but it did change the people mentally not for the best and I (and others who i also got info from) see it today, its even more revealed in social networking sites, blogging, video sharing and so forth. When I say education I'm not talking of learning things I'm talking of psychology and how most are closed/simple minded many times by not realizing it. Napoleon basically was creating other types of slaves that the state can use like serve in the army or enforce their laws, all of it was secular away from the churches. Other monarchs and rulers followed his plan as well. What was taught, even seen today, was the states version of what subjects all students should know and their version of teaching what is true and what is false but in many instances with little detail and ambiguity. Basically students can only learn what the state teaches them, especially on history, even if what was taught is not 100% accurate or there is more to a certain event.
to me... Ashtar is the recapturing of the 1930s Nordic god-men... something akin to what Hitler idealized