Part 2 / 7:28 The
correct interpretation of Daniel 11 with no gaps.
Part 1 / 8:02 Why the previous
Daniel 11 were wrong.
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International Bible Society. Used by permission of Zondervan Publishing House.
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Jon P. wrote:
“It's a long but worthwhile read.
It offers a very different view of
Daniel 11 from the traditional
It shows God's prophecies
being fulfilled right up to
the present day.
It would be an excellent read for
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End Times Made Easy ... and Complete.
1. Pre-tribulation proof is not found in one verse but in Revelation’s timeline, which requires the correct interpretation of
the seals in order to flow smoothly, as God intended. Jesus’ appearance in Matt. 24 clearly matches the sixth seal in Rev.6, which confirms
the rapture because the multitude appears in heaven in Rev.7.
(Click to see verses) (Seals 1-5 are in the
past, which I explain below.) Thus, the events of Rev. 8-16
are the “tribulation”, which concludes with Armageddon. Revelation does not require
manipulation to make sense.
2. Next, the “abomination” in Matthew 24 is clearly the last sign before the rapture because Jesus tells the Jews to run for the mountains with literally the clothes on their
back. Coincidently, Revelation 6 has people hiding in the mountains in conjunction with
the sixth seal, which further supports the link between Matthew and Revelation.
3. Finally, the “signs before the rapture” are found in Daniel 11 because it contains the “abomination”, surrounded by other events in the Middle East. My unique but correct
interpretation of Daniel 11 shows how God predicted every empire in the Middle East,
right up to present times, and there are still verses pending,
before the abomination. Those verses are the signs to look for, which are straight from the Bible, and more
specific than anything you’ll find elsewhere. Incidentally, these signs were especially
meant for this generation because Daniel 11 was “sealed until the time of the end”.
The chart below focuses on the abomination from the Book of Daniel because that’s
where Jesus said to look! As you can tell, the basic timeline is
immovable because the abomination starts a 2300-day period in Daniel 8 but is also
middle of the 70 th seven. That
fact cannot be changed but it fits Matthew and Revelation perfectly. Any different timeline must be based on human opinion because the Bible cannot contradict itself.
By the way, Matthew 24:16-28 (where Jesus said to flee), is often misunderstood
because it contains the word “tribulation”, in some versions of the Bible, but it is
definitely not the same as Revelation 8-19. That is a primary argument used by post-tribulationists, attempting to skip most of Revelation, but that is easily proven
wrong. “Tribulation” is just a word , meaning “suffering or distress”, which is used 22 times in the KJV as a common word. Over the years, people have grown to
associate it with the plagues and other events of Revelation but it is not used as such
in the Bible. In fact, the last time it is used is in Revelation 7:14, when it refers to a
time in the
past (the seals actually). Therefore, it never refers to the plagues and other events of Revelation 8-19.
(For more on that topic, click here)
This video is a quick summary that I made for You-tube. It explains the first chart and a few others but
there is more information on the website.
So who do I think I am ? I was called to be a teacher, many years ago, and discovered some
things about Daniel and Revelation that, apparently, others have not realized yet.
I started this campaign to explain the correct meaning of Daniel 11 but it has
expanded to defend Revelation. Many people ignore Revelation and others have
been taught incorrectly. Honestly, the information on this website is the only way
that Daniel, Matthew, and Revelation all agree, without excluding or contradicting
major parts. You can judge for yourself because I address the old theories as I go.
Rest assured, I am not trying to promote myself because I would prefer to remain
anonymous anyway. Yet, if anything, being anonymous should support my
legitimacy, not diminish it. After all, it’s is not about me; it’s about teaching the Bible
just the way it is, without adding or subtracting. My identity is unimportant because
God’s Word speaks for itself. At least read the information before you decide.
The Abomination - the “last sign” from Matthew 24 When people think of end times, they often think of Matthew 24 because that is
where Jesus gave the signs of “His coming” to the disciples. Some of the signs are
slightly vague but it is fairly obvious that they are in chronological order. First, Jesus
made the statement that the stones of the temple would be thrown down. That
happened just a few decades later, at the end of the first Jewish revolt against the
Romans, in 70 AD. Secondly, Jesus warned of false messiahs and wars, which sounds
like the third revolt because it was led by a false messiah named Bar Kokhba , who vowed to restore Israel, but instead, the devastating loss scattered the Jews
throughout the world, which was also predicted in the Bible. (The revolts are covered
in the 2nd seal.) Then, Jesus mentions more wars, famines, and earthquakes, which
happen over a long period of time. Then, Jesus warns that they will be handed over,
persecuted, and put to death, which happened, most severely, during the Holocaust
of the 20
th century. (The Holocaust is covered in the forth seal.) Then, Jesus states that the gospel will be preached to all nations and then the end will come.
(That matches the fifth seal.) You probably see a pattern emerging because,
not only are the signs chronological, they also match the seals in Revelation.
That is understandable since they both occur during the same time period,
the last 2000 years. (chart on the left) Yet, the spreading of the gospel was not the last sign that Jesus gave. After
that, Jesus gets more specific and conveys a sense of urgency when referring to the
“abomination that causes desolation” from the prophet Daniel. Post-tribulationists,
over the centuries, have tried to put the abomination in the past but their theories
make no sense because they have huge gaps and mess up Matthew’s chronology.
Seriously, why would Jesus interrupt the signs of His coming to talk about an event
from the past and then jump forward again to the actual event? It defies common
sense. (left-top) My explanation of Daniel 11 places the abomination in the future,
where it belongs, so Jesus’ signs in Matthew maintain their logical chronology.
(left-bottom) As such, it is obvious that
the abomination is the last, most
crucial sign, before the rapture. Jesus said,
“So when you see standing in the holy place ‘the abomination
that causes desolation,’ spoken of through the prophet Daniel—let the reader understand— then let those who are in Judea
flee to the mountains. Let no one on the roof of his house go down to take anything out of the house. Let no one in
the field go back to get his cloak.” (Matthew 24: 15-18) Since Jesus was talking about the signs of His coming and he tells them to run, with literally the clothes on
their back, it is quite obvious that His appearance in the clouds, in verses 29-31
(quoted below), is imminently close to the “abomination”. However, Jesus pauses to explain a time of distress for the Jews, in verses 19-28,
and it has caused a major dispute within Christianity because the word “tribulation” is
used in some translations. (I clarified the definition after the first chart above.) To
explain further, the distress is meant for the Jews instead of the gentiles because the
Jews are not taken in the rapture. They simply don’t believe that Jesus was the
Son of God. The same distress is accounted for in Revelation because many people
witness Jesus’ appearance, when they are hiding in the mountains, where Jesus told
them to flee.
“They called to the mountains and the rocks, "Fall on us and hide us
from the face of Him who sits on the throne and from the wrath of the Lamb! "” (Rev. 6:16) That is immediately following the sixth seal so it confirms that the abomination
happens in conjunction with the sixth seal or rapture. “Immediately after the distress of those days,
the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light; the stars will fall from the sky, and the
heavenly bodies will be shaken. At that time the sign of the Son of Man will appear in the sky, and all the nations of the earth will mourn. They will see
of Man coming on the clouds of the sky, with power and great glory. And he will send his angels with a loud trumpet call, and
they will gather his elect from the
four winds, from one end of the heavens to the other.” (Matthew 24: 29-31) The above is Jesus’ description of the actual “rapture”, which literally means
“gathering”, but as explained above, it is
not the end or Armageddon. That’s simply impossible because the signs in the sun, moon, and stars (above) perfectly match the
sixth seal in
Revelation 6. Additionally, Revelation 7 clearly describes the gentiles in heaven. “
I looked and there before me was a great multitude that no one could count,
from every nation, tribe, people, and language, standing before the throne
and in front of the Lamb .” (Revelation 7:9) Regardless of what people call it, that is clearly the gentiles in heaven and it is
only Revelation 7. Many events, in Revelation, happen afterwards so I don’t see how
anyone, at anytime, could have
thought that people only went to heaven after Armageddon (chapter 16). True, the concept of pre-tribulation has not been around forever but
Word of God is living and active”. (Heb. 4:12a) “Revelation” has certainly been around but no one understood it correctly. Honestly, with the 4th seal happening in
the 1940’s and the 3rd seal being so vague, I don’t see how anyone could have
interpreted it correctly, before WWII. Yet, people use a concept of Revelation that
is hundreds-of-years old. Remember, God pours new wine into new wineskins.
However, some churches would rather preserve their religion than see the Truth and
any kind of change. True, people should be cautious and check the scriptures, like the Bereans. But they should not be stubborn and blind like the Pharisees.
Perhaps this new explanation of the seals will inspire some churches to change their
official doctrine and recognize the rapture but even if they don’t, individuals can
decide for themselves because without question, Revelation’s timeline proves that
there will be a rapture, a tribulation, and
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“Pre-Tribulation” proof: the Seals / Revelation’s Timeline One discovery I made, a long time ago, was
the seals but I did not realize, until recently, that it was not common knowledge but it should be. Understanding the
seals makes Revelation’s timeline flow smoothly and chronologically for a change.
In turn, it proves, without question, that the rapture (Matt. 24:29) is “pre-tribulation”.
(*This is not the same, old, pre-tribulation theory from before. This is
real proof that cannot be disputed because it’s straight from the Bible.) The key that links the
Rapture to Revelation is the fact that the signs in the sun, moon, and stars, during
Jesus’ appearance in
Matt. 24:29 are the same as the sixth seal, in Rev. 6:12.
It’s true; click either verse to view . The rapture is clearly the sixth seal, but people have failed to make that connection. Perhaps, it’s because they didn’t know what to
do with the rest of the seals but I have solved that problem, once-and-for-all. The seals are not as mysterious as people may think. In fact, they took
place during the last 2000 years and I explain that, very logically, one-by-one.
In doing so, I show how the resurrection, Israel’s restoration, and the rapture,
(which are all important events), are also included in Revelation, rather than just
being skipped. You will see that it makes perfect sense. And by linking
Matthew 24 to Revelation 6, and explaining the rest of the seals, it proves,
without question, that the rapture is “pre-tribulation” because many other events,
in Revelation, happen
after the sixth seal. In other words, no one can dispute the pre-tribulation rapture without discarding most of Revelation but that is expressly
forbidden in the Bible. (as stated above – Rev. 22:19 ) The correct meaning of the seals makes Revelation’s timeline flow seamlessly,
especially when compared to the old, pre-tribulation theory, which placed the rapture
somewhere between Revelation 3 & 4. There was never actually any proof to that
theory because it relied on a couple of words and messed up the chronology of
chapters 4 & 5. That’s why it was constantly being disputed by post-tribulationists
but no one can dispute the Truth. In the old theory, people claimed that the
24-elders were the raptured church but that makes no sense because Revelation 5
is talking about the crucifixion. Besides, Revelation 7:9 describes the gentiles,
arriving in heaven, which is obviously the rapture, and there is no symbolism
required. Since that follows the sixth seal, which matches the rapture in Matthew 24,
everything makes perfect sense. And since the tribulation actually starts with the
trumpet plagues in Revelation 8, it makes the 1260 days or 42 months, in Revelation,
line up with Daniel 8 & 9, as shown in the first chart above. I know it’s hard to accept
something new, sometimes, but if it agrees with the Bible and makes better sense,
why would you want to stick with something that’s wrong?
D ANIEL 11 TRUTH.com
End Times Made Easy
Real Proof of “Pre-Tribulation” Explaining the
Seals, Daniel 11, the
Beast, 70th Seven, and more.
Signs before the Rapture - from Daniel 11 Biblical end times are synonymous with Daniel 11 because it is the only chapter
in the Bible that was
“sealed until the time of the end”. Furthermore, the angel, who relayed the information to Daniel, called it the “
Book of Truth”. (Daniel 10:21) Those two facts alone should indicate the importance of Daniel 11 but it is also the
only chapter in the Bible that has the “abomination” surrounded by other
chronological events. Daniel 11 is literally God’s “timeline”, from Daniel to
Armageddon (including the rapture). It has successfully predicted every empire
in the Middle East, for the past 2500 years,
with no gaps. Since that is true, which I prove with verifiable history, then it stands to reason that the remaining verses will
take place as God described also! Therefore, the verses that remain, before the
abomination is set up in verse 31, are the most specific signs, in the Bible, that point
to the rapture. The great thing about this explanation of end times is that you don’t
have to take my word for it; all you have to do is watch.
There have been many books and websites about Biblical end times but none
could be as specific as Daniel 11 because it leads to the “abomination that causes
desolation”, which Jesus specifically pointed to when giving the signs of His coming.
Sure, Jesus gave other signs (before the abomination) but they are too vague or
random to actually watch for. For example, He mentioned earthquakes and indeed,
scientific data would support that the frequency has been increasing but how frequent
do they have to get? Once a month? Every day? Who knows? I could make the
same argument for false prophets or famines because no one knows ‘how many’ or
‘how severe’ things have to get. Jesus said there would be an increase of wickedness
and Paul elaborated on what kinds to look for:
“People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful,
unholy, without love, unforgiving, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not lovers
of the good, treacherous, rash, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of
God- having a form of godliness but denying its power. Have nothing to do with
them.” (2 Timothy 3: 2-5) I don’t think anyone would argue that wickedness has increased from decade-to-decade or year-to-year but what is the limit? One of my
oldest friends (whose religion does not permit him to believe in the rapture) just says,
“The world can’t go much longer because things can’t get much worse.” How vague
can you get? No one really knows how bad things can get. I could pull examples
from newspapers everyday, detailing murders, rapes, or greed but that gives no
indication of how close we are to the end. Things could get steadily worse for many
decades or it could end tomorrow. I mean, how much wickedness do we have to
experience to equal the depravity of Noah’s day? That’s just my point: no one knows. That’s why following Daniel 11 through a series of chronological events is the
most specific signs you will find, regarding Biblical end times. The verses lead to one,
specific event, the “abomination that causes desolation”, which was referenced by
Jesus, immediately before His coming. Therefore, the verses preceding the
abomination are infinitely more specific than counting the frequency of evil deeds or
disasters that have no gauge of reference. Eventually, all the verses in Daniel 11
must be fulfilled because Jesus said, “I tell you the truth, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any
means disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished.” (Matthew 5:18)
That would certainly include God’s “Book of Truth” or Daniel 11. Granted, no one can know the exact day of the rapture but there
has to be some “signs” because Jesus said,
“It will be good for those servants whose master finds them watching when he comes. I tell you the truth, he will dress himself to serve,
will have them recline at the table and will come and wait on them.” (Luke 12:37) Personally, that sounds exciting to me but how could a servant “watch” if there are
specific signs to look for? I think Daniel 11 was unsealed for that very purpose, at this precise time. The signs were meant for this particular generation because we
are indeed living in the last days.
“None of the wicked will understand, but those
who are wise will understand.” (Daniel 12:10 b)
Happening Now !
(Skip to Daniel 11:23)
General Outline Below:
Proof of the Rapture -
Revelation / Seals
New: “Revelation Timeline”
(*including Daniel 11, 8, & 12)
Signs vs. Seals Chart
Signs before the Rapture - The Abomination in
Timing of the Rapture - The Abomination in
on seals page
plus explanation of
other 5 seals
Possible Season? - The 70th Seven from
Who is the Beast? - Genesis, Daniel, & Revelation
Tribulation vs. the 70 th Seven The seven years of tribulation (actually 78 months or 2300 days) should not
be confused with the 70
th seven from Daniel 9. As shown in the chart, the two time- periods
cannot be the same because the “abomination” starts one period and is the
middle of the other! They overlap about half-way but they are definitely offset. Many people have been taught that they are the same but that’s obviously
contradicting the Bible. The same group usually teaches that the “70th seven”
starts with a treaty between the antichrist and Jews but that is
not in the Bible either. The Bible actually indicates that the final empire, which later produces the antichrist,
will confirm a covenant with “many” but it does
not imply Israel at all. I have my own theory of who it might be, which links Daniel 9, Daniel 2, current events, and
something else. I admit, it’s a theory but at least it does
not contradict the Bible.
Read my full explanation of the 70 th seven and decide for yourself.
The Beast from Revelation Also noteworthy is my unique (but logical) explanation of the
from “beast” Revelation. I link multiple references, from Revelation, not only to Daniel, but also
to Genesis (Abraham), making God’s “big picture”, from start to finish, make a
complete circle. Given the mathematical and scientific order that God designed in His creation, it makes sense that it would do that anyway.
Conclusion / Why Now? I have done my best to illustrate that no discussion of end times can be complete
without examining the “abomination”, from the prophet Daniel, because that is where
Jesus said to look. For that reason, I focused on the abomination and after many
years, spanning decades, I finally figured out Daniel 11. You might be skeptical but
God never said it would be sealed forever. Therefore, somebody had to discover it,
just like somebody had to hit the lottery. But like I said, it’s not about me;
I just happened to be in the right place, at the right time, and fit the right criteria.
Paul said that God chooses the lowly and unknown, to shame the wise, so that no
one may boast. Lowly and unknown would certainly describe me. But now, I feel as
though it is my duty to spread the message that God gave me. However, it’s not as
easy as it sounds, especially when people dislike change. As Adrian Monk would say,
“It’s a blessing and a curse.” (Jeremiah said it another way; click here .) I didn’t know I was discovering something new; I was just determined to rely
on the Bible so I wouldn’t follow the wrong opinion. When I stopped to look around,
I was completely alone. Since then, I have learned a lot about what others believe,
but in doing so, I am more convinced than ever that this is the correct explanation.
For simplicity, I don’t try to address every book in the Bible but I assure you;
nothing is contradicted. Over the months, the website has evolved to emphasize
what people comment about the most, “tribulation”. Since Jesus specifically pointed
Book of Daniel, why would any, so-called scholar, try to prove a timeline with anything else? After seeing what others have been taught, I truly believe that I was
called to set the record straight on both sides of the “tribulation” debate. Likewise, I think the unsealing of Daniel 11 is meant to offer proof of Jesus’
coming so people can watch the signs. Some may wonder why God would make it so
easy for skeptics to believe, especially in the last days. A skeptic still has to develop
faith but I think the Bible explains why God would offer proof. The
Parable of the
Great Banquet describes a time when the invited guests made materialistic excuses not to go to the banquet. Therefore, the poor, blind, crippled, and lame were brought
in but there was still room. So, the Master sent out the servant, a final time,
“make” people come in so His house would be full. (Luke 14: 16-24) My point is: How could the servant
“make” people believe, when the Bible is already available, unless there is something
new to offer as proof? Also, in the Parable of the Workers
in the Vineyard, God calls a whole new group of believers in the “eleventh hour” because of His generosity. (Matthew 20: 1-16) I think the unsealing of Daniel 11 is
God’s generous way of offering proof, in the last days, so His house will be full . Regardless of the exact reason, Daniel and Revelation are important books and
their true meaning should be considered carefully, according to the evidence, and
with an open-mind. I hope this website will convince skeptics that the Bible is real,
so many can be saved. I also wish that all churches could come together and agree
on the basic timeline, because there is only one Bible, and Christians should be able
to agree. Among other things, it looks better to non-Christians. I took the liberty to copy/paste the quote on the left from an actual facebook post
because it perfectly captured the essence of this site.
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True Timeline of Daniel 11
Each verse is explained on the website
“The 70th Seven”
*larger version below
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Explained on 3 pages
2300 Days (78 months) Dan.8:13-14
~ 30 AD
Daniel 11: God’s “Book of Truth” from Daniel to Armageddon
Revelation 4-19 (John’s vision):
Daniel 9: The 70th Seven
Seal 6 /
As Illustrated, Daniel 11 is a continuous timeline of Middle Eastern empires with emphasis on the Final Empire (drop-down menus).
This website follows Daniel 11, verse-by-verse, but adds the “seals” and “70th seven”. (*Revelation 8-19 is blended in chronologically with Daniel 11:39-45.)
a. Foreign Assistance
b. Foreign demise or exit
b. practically done.
South attacks North
Any time now
(probably after elections)
Currently “in wait”
goes without saying
Events of the “Final Empire”:
Increased hatred toward Israel
Near confrontation with South
Uprising on Temple Mount
“Signs” before the Rapture
*Current events are updated regularly
but not on a particular schedule.
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