My Vision Further to the Seven Major Non-Christian Religions, the Seven Heads of Revelation 17, and the Identity of the Whore
About 5:30 this a.m., February 18, 2015, I was given further insight into the reason why my angel instructed that I give the seven major religions of the world as the FIRST definition of the seven heads of Revelation 17. Some of you recall that in my January vision on the state of the world, I listed the seven major religions of the world as one of the deeper meanings of the seven heads of Revelation 17. I did so again in my vision on the seven heads on February 16. Some of you may have thought I was off base. You will find in this document that I couldnít be more correct.
When I was shown that definition of the seven heads by my angel Gabriel, I could not understand the connection with the seven major religions of the world with the 8 kings of Revelation 17. My angel told me to write them down and that he would give me the reasons later. I want to tell you that it took faith and trust on my part, because I could see no immediate co-relation.
Yesterday and this morning, my angel gave me the clear reasons for including the seven major religions of the world as a meaning of the seven heads. Yesterday I was reasonably questioned by a person from another country which I have included further down. But I would like to give even further delineation of what the Lord showed me this a.m.
I was shown that the very first, most important, and deepest meaning of the seven heads is that they symbolize the seven major religions of the world. The intrinsic reason for this is because of the very fact that the woman sits upon a scarlet colored beast and is called a whore is because she has committed harlotry with the seven major pagan, non-Christian religions of the world. Could it get any more relative than that? That is the first defining attribute of the woman that constitutes her as a whore in Revelation 17.
Rev 17:3 So he carried me away in the spirit into the wilderness: and I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet coloured beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns.
Rev 17:4†† And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication:
Rev 17:5†† And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH.†
Rev 17:6†† And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus: and when I saw her, I wondered with great admiration.†
Defining Attributes of the Woman in Their Order
1. She sits upon a scarlet colored beast, which symbolizes a power that is whorish.
2. She is arrayed in purple, a color often used to connote sacred things, so she feigns being sacred by her garb. But she also is arrayed in scarlet which is a color denoting whoredom. So she attempts to combine the appearance of sacredness and whoredom.
3. She is decked with precious stones and pearls, which should be indicative of pure truth.
4. The golden cup in her hand is a symbol of Christ (in the sanctuary all gold was a symbol of Christ), but she has defiled Him (the Cup) with abominations, filthiness and fornication--the same abominations, filthiness and fornication of the seven major non-Christian religions of the world.
5. On her forehead is written Mystery Babylon, the Mother of harlots and abominations. Thus the entire realm of Satanís Synagogue is included in the symbologies that define her attributes, her character.
6. What Adventists have not given attention to is the beast the whore sits upon, and which hates the woman and will burn her. I will elaborate on this beast as follows:
The Twofold Aspects of the Woman and the Beast She Rides Upon
In verse 9, we see that the woman sits on seven hills, seven mountains. These are often interpreted to be the seven hills upon which Rome is situated. This is one valid meaning, but there are more.
ďA more likely connection is the association of mountains with the symbolism of power and kings/kingdoms that is to be found in the Old Testament and other Jewish works. ďSeven,Ē of course, is often symbolic of completion or perfection, and thus it may be that the seven mountains are best understood from a Jewish mindset as a symbol of completeness of authority, or fullness of royal power.Ē https://bible.org/seriespage/chapter-4-evidence-jerusalem-harlot
Rev 17:9†† And here is the mind which hath wisdom. The seven heads are seven mountains, on which the woman sitteth.†
Jerusalem is also situated on seven hills, and at the fifth Trumpet when Satan kills the whore and burns her (Rev. 17:16), he will set up his kingdom in Jerusalem, in a rebuilt Temple on the holy spot the Islamic mosque now sits upon: http://www.askelm.com/prophecy/p000201.htm
Satanís reign from Jerusalem will be his attempt to set up his kingdom in the sides of the north of a newly built Temple on the seven hills of Jerusalem. Rome blames Satanís Jewish realm of Freemasonry, and Freemasonry blames Satanís realm of Rome, both of which are vying for control of the world through a new world order, and this is stated by a Jesuit priest, the late Malachi Martin (that Rome is vying for world control), and we know that Freemasonry is doing the same thing.
Freemasonry also adopts all the religions of the world into its fellowship, just as Rome does. Freemasonry is Satanís prime backer for at least two important reasons:
1. Freemasonry does not profess Christ the way Rome does.
2. Freemasons at the highest echelon are Jews who hate Christ as does Satan.
Is Atheism a Religion?
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that atheism and secular humanism are religions. Secular humanism falls under the category of atheism.
The following is a synopsis of Satanís Synagogue Kingdom that he represents when he appears as an angel of light and the eighth head of Revelation 17. Contrary to what most folk believe, Atheism is the prime religion of Satan. http://debunkingatheists.blogspot.ca/2010/07/atheism-is-religion.html
4. Eastern Mysticism
7. Apostate Protestantism including the professing Seventh-day Adventist church.
In the name of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob,
Ronald William Beaulieu