I was watching a documentary about Armageddon and the penny dropped. I always just saw it as a ridiculous story as I don’t believe in a physical Satan, just the evil that people carry within themselves (the light and dark – yin and yang).
Perhaps the ‘false prophet’ or ‘anti-christ’ is also not a singularity either (like the second coming of Christ is really about the awakening of the Christ consciousness within us) but also a collective mindset. The ‘Beast’ is proclaimed to have come in as a ‘friend’ with ulterior motive or agenda – is this beginning to sound familiar?
There are certain governments who have claimed to be ‘for the people’ but are really just puppets for the global elite who most certainly don’t have the public’s interests at heart. This collective ‘false prophet’ wages wars and spills innocent blood in the name of ‘protecting its people’. What a joke! It deceives the average Joe on the street into thinking that they are on the right side. Well, that also sounds much like the prophesized Beast again doesn’t it? It even tries to ‘tag’ us with tracking devices through cell phones, takes pictures of your house through ‘Google Earth’ (did you know that vans drive around photographing your property?) and, in some cases, even tries to get you to insert a tracking device into your child through fear tactics! Very clever, I must say. This sounds an awful lot like being ‘branded’ with the mark to me.
Then Christ is supposed to ride in on his white horse to end it all. The story of Armageddon is ludicrous when taken literally but when you see the metaphor behind it, it makes a lot of sense. Replace the New World Order with the ‘false prophet’, you know the one that gets you to worship celebrities and such, and replace Christ on his white horse with yourselves – the Christ consciousness that will wake up to the NWO agenda.
Christ versus Satan in the final battle of Armageddon…or is it rather we all wake up and smell the roses that the NWO has kept us from inhaling?