​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ This site is designed to reveal the true meaning of some of the harder prophecies in the books of Daniel and the Revelation.
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The Pharoah of the Exodus

Modern archaeologists claim there is no evidence of a mass exodus of any  group from Egypt and they generally assign the Biblical Exodus to the reign of Rameses the Great. They don’t seem to realize that there are a number of Pharaohs mentioned in the story of Moses and the Exodus from Egypt.
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The Second Beast in Revelation 13

America has often been identified as the second beast in Revelation 13, but America does not meet the requirements of the second beast, mainly because it is not an empire and it doesn't have a universal church like the Roman Catholic Church which forces everyone to worship Catholicism. To unlock  the true identity of the second beast in Revelation we first have to identify the first beast, the sea beast, in the Revelation 13. Read more
Bible Chronology

The Exodus year was the year of the 10 plagues of Egypt. The last plague was the Destroyer who killed all of the first born Egyptians and their cattle. The Israelites were sealed by placing the sacrificial blood of lambs on their doorposts. The destroyer passed over any house that was sealed and did not enter their home. This is the Passover celebrated by Jews today.   Read more
The Image of the Beast

The image of the beast is not well understood in the world of theology. To unlock the true meaning of the image of the beast we first have to identify the first beast in Revelation 13. The image of the beast is a copy or likeness of the first beast, the sea beast with seven heads and ten horns.  Read more

Featured Artwork

Babylonian Lion Fresco reconstruction
The seven kings representing their seven empires
References
1. Top Image - View of a mountain over desert shrubbery from a creek bed, Wadi Rum, courtesy of Daniel Case, 2016. GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons.