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  • The Mark of the Beast

    Good day everyone.

    I would like to announce what I understand is the solution to the riddle we are invited to solve in Revelation 13.18.

    I have produced a 10-minute summary by Youtube video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNk1...ature=youtu.be

    For more information please go here:

    http://www.thesecretcode.co.uk/page_4576903.html

    If you have any questions or comments please post them.

  • #2
    So does all of that have something to do with 9/11?
    666 And The Name

    http://https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08D1M48M4/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&qid=1594855398&refinements=p_2 7%3AAlan+Fuller&s=digital-text&sr=1-1&text=Alan+Fuller

    https://sites.google.com/site/apocalypticwisdom/

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    • #3
      Originally posted by eschaton View Post
      So does all of that have something to do with 9/11?
      9/11 represented both the Crucifixion and the Day of Atonement.

      If you want to understand 9/11, a good place to start is the story in Ezra of Tattenai, who resisted the plans of King Darius to rebuild the Temple. You might like to read from 'For It Is Man's Number', which starts about 2/3 of the way down the page. Interestingly, Tattenai is the final entry in Strong's Concordance, after 'nine', 'ninth' and 'ninety' (if memory serves). Nine is the biblical number of endings, finality, fruits and suffering, according to Bullinger.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by bluetriangle View Post
        9/11 represented both the Crucifixion and the Day of Atonement.

        If you want to understand 9/11, a good place to start is the story in Ezra of Tattenai, who resisted the plans of King Darius to rebuild the Temple. You might like to read from 'For It Is Man's Number', which starts about 2/3 of the way down the page. Interestingly, Tattenai is the final entry in Strong's Concordance, after 'nine', 'ninth' and 'ninety' (if memory serves). Nine is the biblical number of endings, finality, fruits and suffering, according to Bullinger.
        Here's a quick summary of Tattenai.

        The incident involving Tattenai is given in Aramaic, from Ezra 4.8 to 6.18. Tattenai is first mentioned in Ezra 5.3 and last encountered in Ezra 6.13. Reading the chapter and verse indicators as numbers we have

        48 + 613 = 666
        53 + 613 = 666

        Even the English transliteration 'Tattenai' is marked with 666

        Tattenai (s) = 666

        Tattenai opposed King Darius' plans for the rebuilding of the Temple, but his mind was changed by the decree, which states, in verse 11,

        Furthermore, I decree that if anyone changes this edict, a beam is to be pulled from his house and he is to be lifted up and impaled on it. And for this crime his house is to be made a pile of rubble.

        This prefigures both the Crucifixion and 9/11.


        The equivalent passage in Nehemiah has Tobiah opposing the rebuilding of the Temple. In Nehemiah 4.3, Tobiah says

        What they are building; even a fox climbing up on it would break down their wall of stones."

        This is the third mention of foxes in the Bible, after Judges 15.3 and 15.4. Reading these as numbers again we have

        153 + 154 + 43 = 352
        Satan (s) = 352

        In English
        Fox (s) = 666

        Again the idea of opposition to God is marked with 666.

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        • #5
          Does "Sparko" still = "Beezlebub?"

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          • #6
            I have never taken Revelation literally and believe that it is the most misunderstood and unimportant book of the NT.

            I watched the video but if it is that complicated I doubt it came from God, was a revelation from God. Jesus himself is much more plain spoken in his message, even the parables are clearer than Revelation (if one takes it literally).

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