posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 03:19 AM
"Anti-Christ" is not a politician. The beast of Daniel and Revelation is the Roman Catholic church and the Papacy is the figure head. In Revelation,
it says the mark of the beast is a number and that number is the number of a man. This suggests that the man is not the beast but rather a
representative of the beast. This is a pope. The Catholic church always has to have a pope as the supreme emissary of the church. Google "Vicarius
Filii Dei" for a short and skinny on the 666 connection. Vicarius Filii Dei means Vicar of the Son of God, or more loosely, God on earth.
The beast thinks to change laws and times. These aren't laws and times of man. They're the laws and times of God. Who has done this? The Catholic
church. Sunday is not the sabbath. Saturday is. They sought to change God's law and freely admit that the Sunday sabbath is an institution of the
Catholic church. God is not concerned about the laws and times of man.
The beast, in Revelation, stands upon seven mountains. Vatican City is "The City on Seven Hills".
In Revelation it says the beast is given power to make war with the saints for 1260 days. In biblical prophecy a day equals a year. This means 1260
years. The Catholic church gained state power in 538AD and lost it in 1798 when Napoleon's general Bethier entered the city and abolished the papacy.
This is exactly 1260 years and in that time the Catholic church murdered and outright slaughtered untold millions of people during the Crusades and
All prophecies regarding the beast lead directly to the Roman Catholic church. Some four year politician can never measure up. If he fulfills one
prophecy and none of the others, well, wrong candidate. Eh? The Reformation was in part due to the fact that those reponsible recognized the Roman
Catholic church as the beast.
Go to this sight and watch the video titled "AntiChrist" if you want to see how there is no other answer for antichrist.
edit on 22-8-2011 by Rafale because: (no reason given)
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