The Harlot and the Beast

The Harlot and the Beast, 2005 - 176 pages
The Harlot and the Beast is the embodiment of Adam and Eve and the fabled Garden of Eden -- solving the final mystery of God foretold by St. John of Revelation (Rev. 10:7). Harlots are about individuals, institutions, and governments positioned to benefit Mankind, but instead, exploit and strip everyone of their innocence. The harlot receives her power from the beast that is the rule of law, ordinances, and traditions. Society is St. John's "Mystery Babylon" that gives birth to the harlots (Rev. 17:5). Six, Six, Six is characterized as the unholy trinity of Man -- psychological, social, and political, further symbolizing the harlot and the beast. The new-world order of 1989 began the relentless march towards a one-world government. The new-world order proves to be the reunification of Adam, Eve, the Serpent, the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, and the Tree of Life that forms unholy, nationalist trade alliances. For forty years, the unholy unification evolves into a seven-year apocalypse, ending the 2,000-year grace period after Christ's death. The life, death, and resurrection of Christ provide the clues for what all of Mankind has to do to overcome his nemesis, 6,6,6, during apocalypse to receive immortality or face eternal death.

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