Chapter 82. Antichrist’s Reign of Terror

Antichrist will usurp power after taking credit for saving the world from the counterfeit Armageddon war of Ezekiel 38–39, Joel 1–2, and Revelation 9. His reign of terror will continue until the ordained time concludes, and when the desolation poured out on Antichrist ends at Armageddon.

Whatever pedigree Antichrist struts out to stake his claim as the dragon messiah, anticipate that the house of Dragon gens will be trace back to degraded hairy (sa) Watchers(`iyr) and their spurious offspring that deny Jesus as the Son, Word of God, Messiah, and Redeemer, as the Antichrist who “opposes and exalteth himself” against God and Jesus. Antichrist will be a seed from the “terrible of nations,” a Terrible One/`Ariytim described in Ezekiel’s dual prophecy that states: “Wilt thou yet say before him that slayeth thee, I am God? but thou shalt be a man, and no God, in the hand of him that slayeth thee” (Ezek 28:9). Antichrist will be the apex of the Terrible Ones’ narcissism, arrogance, and pride, the “haughtiness of the terrible” that will be laid low in the end times. Antichrist will be the Terrible One, of the “terrible ones” destroyed upon a mountain among a “multitude of all the nations” when Jesus removes the “covering cast” and the “vail that is spread over all nations” at Armageddon.

Antichrist will flaunt the imagery of the metallic empires of giants: the gold of Babylon reflecting its opulence, arrogance, and temerity with the desecration of the temple; the silver of Persia representing military armor, expertise, and the laurel bar of bravery in battle; the bronze of Greece reflecting the speed of Alexander’s conquest and the shining seraphim raised up on a pole to cure the world; and the iron of Rome depicting its strength, ruthlessness, and viciousness who will trample all who oppose the empire (Dan 2).

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