Does history attest to the accuracy of the prophecy of the book of revelation ?

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  • #29914

    michael17
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    I would say yes, based on my most recent research.  Below is short a synopsis of what I found:

    The houses of Oldenburg, Bourbon and Nassau. The three remaining Houses of Europe (Remaining Royal bloodlines in Europe of the ten horns) shall be totally uprooted and replaced by the beast to come who will stand in the reconstructed Jewish Temple and proclaim himself God.
    These Three Houses are the last remaining Houses of the Houses prophesied in the Book of  Revelations and the three horns to be uprooted in the Book of Daniel.
    At the writing of the book in 95 Ad seven heads of the Roman Empire prophesied. This became true:
    Western Roman Empire Edit
    Julio-Claudian Dynasty (27 BC – AD 68)
    Flavian Dynasty (69–96)
    Nervan-Antonian Dynasty (96–192)
    Severan Dynasty (193–235)
    Constantinian dynasty (303–363)
    Valentinian Dynasty (364–457)
    House of Theodosius from 379—476

    This is the beast with seven heads and ten horn with the Harlot riding it, Babylon the Mysterious ( Rome  and Constantinople, Seats of Latin and Greek Orthodox Rites also referred to in prophecy as the beast the looked like a lamb but spoke like a dragon connoting the darkness behind it.

    #29915

    Simon Paynton
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    Many civilisations have dynasties, it’s normal.  I don’t understand the remarkableness of the correspondance between a Biblical prophecy and a list of Roman dynasties.

    #29916

    Hi Michael17 – have you read this book? There is also recording to listen to.

    #29917

    michael17
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    @simon

    ”Many civilisations have dynasties, it’s normal.  I don’t understand the remarkableness of the correspondance between a Biblical prophecy and a list of Roman dynasties.”

    Can you imagine how scandalous it would be if the prophecies are not fulfilled?

     

     

    #29918

    michael17
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    @ Reg

    “Hi Michael17 – have you read this book? There is also recording to listen to.”

    No but from the synopsis she is partially accurate.

    #29920

    michael17
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    Many civilisations have dynasties, it’s normal.  I don’t understand the remarkableness of the correspondance between a Biblical prophecy and a list of Roman dynasties.”

    Can you imagine how scandalous it would be if the prophecies are not fulfilled?
    I would also add that both Rome and Constantinople sit on seven mountains, foreshadowing the seven dynasties that ruled the Empire during the times that Hebraic Christians and true Christians were persecuted and put to death.

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    #29924

    jakelafort
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    stop with the bullshit…mindless fucking bullshit

    #29926

    michael17
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    stop with the bullshit…mindless fucking bullshit.

    My research is historically accurate. Sorry that you are offended.

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    #29927

    What research materials have you used? I am sure you know that no prophesy is for your own private interpretation (2: Peter 1:20) so you must have access to information other than that of the Bible, that is not the private interpretation of another person. The Bible does not prove itself.

    #29928

    _Robert_
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    I am sure you know that no prophesy is for your own private interpretation

    That should shut michael17 down (but it won’t). I have the impression he thinks he is a truth crusader and billions of Christians are false in their beliefs. Except they all say that, LOL.

    #29929

    I suspect Michael already knows the verse.  Most Christians don’t because  they don’t own or read a Bible. When I quote it to them and they ask me “What book is that in”? I tell them it is from 2 Peter in the OT. Seldom have any of them corrected me to say it that book is from the NT.  Still better than calling it “Two Peter” 🙂

    #29930

    michael17
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    What research materials have you used? I am sure you know that no prophesy is for your own private interpretation (2: Peter 1:20) so you must have access to information other than that of the Bible, that is not the private interpretation of another person. The Bible does not prove itself.

    It is also written, “prove all things and holdfast to that which is good”

    The Cambridge Ancient History , volumes; X, XI,XII and XIII.

    For the houses of Europe most online sources including the encyclopedia Brittanica.

     

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    #29933

    michael17
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    I am sure you know that no prophesy is for your own private interpretation

    That should shut michael17 down (but it won’t). I have the impression he thinks he is a truth crusader and billions of Christians are false in their beliefs. Except they all say that, LOL.

    My ears are certainly open to the billions of Christians rendering  history supported interpretations of the Book. I’ve been at this for forty years.

    #29934

    michael17
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    I am sure you know that no prophesy is for your own private interpretation

    That should shut michael17 down (but it won’t). I have the impression he thinks he is a truth crusader and billions of Christians are false in their beliefs. Except they all say that, LOL.

    My ears are certainly open to the billions of Christians rendering history supported interpretations of the Book. I’ve been at this for forty years.

    The most famous errors by recent eschatologist including Billy Graham and the Worldwide Church of God was positing that the ten horns referred to the ten nations of the EU. Oops!, it’s at least 34 nations now.

    #29935

    Oops!, it’s at least 34 nations now.

    27 now than the UK has drawn in its horns.

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