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When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins

He who speaks of sworn Oaths and of Law

Will not be heard

He who preaches the Christian Faith

Will lose his voice in the desert.

 

But everywhere will spread the strong waters

Of other religions

False messiahs will assemble blinded men

And the armed Infidel will be like never before

He will speak of justice and of right

And his faith will be burning and decisive

He will take his revenge for the Crusade.

 

All that stands for law and order is held in disrepute.  The Christian religions have lost their spiritual essence and focus more on the social aspect of their faith.  They talk a lot about faith in God but it seems that faith in Man has replaced it in practice.

The second part of this prophecy clearly describes the spread of “blinded”, or fooled, extremists under the guidance of “false messiahs”, or religious leaders preaching war and violence instead of the love, peace and tolerance traditionally at the heart of the religion which they claim to represent.

The word “infidel” was commonly used in John’s day to describe those who were not Christians.  Used with a capital (“Infidel”) it usually referred to those of the Islamic faith.  Ironically, it is used today by extremist Muslims to describe those who are not of their faith, principally Christians.

John’s reference to only one Crusade is because he died around 1120.  The Crusades went on until the Thirteenth Century.  At that time, followers of the Christian faith were indulging in war and violence instead of the love, peace and tolerance traditionally at the heart of the religion which they claimed to represent.

What goes around, comes around.

Eighth prophecy tomorrow. 

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