No other passages in scripture have been more talked about in end-time Bible prophecy than those dealing with the mark of the Beast. Revelation 13:18 adds to the horror by posing the Bible´s most mysterious riddle. It states: ´´Here is wisdom, let him who has understanding calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man: his number is 666.´´ In this Magi Report, the riddle is decoded and examined phrase by phrase, revealing the deep and seemingly hidden truths in scripture, such as the frightening significance of being ´´numbered´´, the meaning of 666, how the number will be counted, and its shocking role. This commentary provides an overview of current technologies, which fit the prophetic forecasts along with showing how they will be implemented geopolitically. Quantum computing, D-Wave, nanotechnology, biotechnology, advances in DNA-genetic engineering, holograms, CERN, FAST, transhumanism, and more are highlighted along with their speculated role during the tribulation. This report discloses the technologies that match the image and mark of the Beast along with what life will be like under the Antichrist´s police state and the accompanying biblical references that support technology´s role. As the technologies have advanced, they have helped to provide the full meaning of the prophetic forecasts that relate to technological developments. This report provides a detailed analysis of the mark of the Beast and its road to fulfillment along with the Tower of Babel path that technology is taking and the future discoveries that scientists are anticipating. The analysis reveals why taking the mark guarantees eternity in hell, why it is the unforgivable sin of blaspheme against the Holy Spirit, which is a sin Christians have pondered for centuries. Never before have we been so close to the start of the tribulation that an expose like this could even been penned. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lawrence D Palmer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/078145/bk_acx0_078145_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This audiobook is fully illustrated with high-res images. Complete and Unabridged. Expanded Seventh Edition. This is the first and only seventh edition available in a modern digital edition. Nothing is left out! New material not found in the first six editions!See below for A. W. Pink´s glowing review and an intro by Alexander Hislop. ´´In his work on The Two Babylons Dr. Hislop has proven conclusively that all the idolatrous systems of the nations had their origin in what was founded by that mighty Rebel, the beginning of whose kingdom was Babel (Gen. 10:10).´´ (A. W. Pink, The Antichrist, 1923) There is this great difference between the works of men and the works of God, that the same minute and searching investigation, which displays the defects and imperfections of the one, brings out also the beauties of the other. If the most finely polished needle on which the art of man has been expended be subjected to a microscope, many inequalities, much roughness and clumsiness, will be seen. But if the microscope be brought to bear on the flowers of the field, no such result appears. Instead of their beauty diminishing, new beauties and still more delicate, that have escaped the naked eye, are forthwith discovered; beauties that make us appreciate, in a way which otherwise we could have had little conception of, the full force of the Lord´s saying, ´´Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin: and yet I say unto you, That even Solomon, in all his glory, was not arrayed like one of these.´´ The same law appears also in comparing the Word of God and the most finished productions of men. There are spots and blemishes in the most admired productions of human genius. But the more the Scriptures are searched, the more minutely they are studied, the more their perfection appears; new beauties are brought into light every day; and the discoveries of science, the researches of the learned, and the labour 1. Language: English. Narrator: Wayne Jones. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/132533/bk_acx0_132533_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
God would never be cruel enough to create a cyclone as terrible as that Argonne battle. Only man would ever think of doing an awful thing like that. It looked like the abomination of desolation must look like. And all through the long night those big guns flashed and growled just like the lightning and the thunder when it storms in the mountains at home. And, oh my, we had to pass the wounded. And some of them were on stretchers going back to the dressing stations, and some of them were lying around, moaning and twitching. And the dead were all along the road. And it was wet and cold. And it all made me think of the Bible and the story of the Anti-Christ and Armageddon. And I´m telling you the little log cabin in Wolf Valley in old Tennessee seemed a long long way off. - Alvin C. York World War I, also known in its time as the ´´Great War´´ or the ´´War to End all Wars´´, was an unprecedented holocaust in terms of its sheer scale. Fought by men who hailed from all corners of the globe, it saw millions of soldiers do battle in brutal assaults of attrition which dragged on for months with little to no respite. Tens of millions of artillery shells and untold hundreds of millions of rifle and machine gun bullets were fired in a conflict that demonstrated man´s capacity to kill each other on a heretofore unprecedented scale. And as always, such a war brought about technological innovation at a rate that made the boom of the Industrial Revolution seem stagnant. The enduring image of World War I is of men stuck in muddy trenches, and of vast armies deadlocked in a fight neither could win. It was a war of barbed wire, poison gas, and horrific losses as officers led their troops on mass charges across No Man´s Land and into a hail of bullets. While these impressions are all too true, they hide the fact that trench warfare was dynamic and constantly evolving throughout the war as all armies struggled to find a way to break through the opposing lines. /p 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Skinner. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/034381/bk_acx0_034381_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.