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Daniel 11 Explained
(condensed ‘one page’ commentary)
The ‘Seals’ Explained
(Revelation timeline revealed)
Seven Churches Explained
(Past & Present Church Prophecy)
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‘Homepage’ shows timelines + summary.
Arch of Baal
(Satan’s sneaky project)
To make a long story short, Palmyra’s Arch of Triumph was built by the Romans in the
3rd century and it served as an entrance to the Temple of Bel, which was dedicated as early
as 32 AD. Bel was one of the many names for the ancient Babylonian god, Marduk, who was
created by the mythical tale, Enuma Elish, discovered on 7 clay tablets. Murduk was portrayed
as the victor of a heavenly battle and thus became the god of gods. The name ‘Bel’ simply
meant ‘lord’ so it was adapted to many gods, with the Canaanite spelling, Baal, used in the
Bible. Marduk was also the first god that humans concocted through a story, rather than being
a physical object such as the sun, moon, earth, etc, which is why I think Babylon is referred to
in Revelation as the ‘mother of prostitutes and abominations of the earth’. (Rev 17:5)
Anyway, Palmyra’s Temple of Bel was converted to a Christian church by the Romans and
later became an Islamic mosque, used by the Muslims, but it was destroyed by ISIS in 2015.
The Arch of Triumph, at the entrance, was the last to be destroyed in Oct 2015. Yet, by being
destroyed, it has become even more well known and is making a comeback in the end times,
which was expected because I’ve always thought that Marduk was the “foreign god” in the
post-rapture verses of Daniel 11:37-39. (more about that in the conclusion)
Re-creation and connection to God’s riddle of 666
The Institute for Digital Archaeology, based in the UK, along with partners such as
Dubai Future Foundation and UNESCO, recreated the Arch of Baal using 3-D technology
and a robotic drilling machine to carve a 2/3 scale model out of Egyptian marble. The original
happened to be 27 feet tall so a perfect .666 scale model turned out to be 18 feet (or 6+6+6).
Of course, those same two numbers are used to ‘calculate the number of the beast’ in
Revelation 13:18 (i.e. 666/18=37), which leads to God’s timeline of 37’s. (proof of the riddle)
Recent history is very suspicious
The construction dimensions are only part of the story because the arch was created to
make a world tour, which has turned out to be very interesting. The Arch of Triumph made
its debut in London’s Trafalgar Square, on April 19-21, 2016, which coincided with the start of
Beltane, an important pagan holiday on the Satanic calendar. Next, it appeared in New York
at City Hall Park, on Sept 18-24, 2016, which coincided with the UN General Assembly (and
also the fall equinox, which is considered a Satanic holiday). Finally, it was set up in Dubai,
UAE, which was the plan all along, but it happened to coincide with the World Governments
Summit, which was held in Dubai, on Feb 12-14, 2017. In other words, the recreated
Arch of Baal has so far been set up during a major Satanic holiday and two world summits.
I don’t know if Satan accomplished anything with this clever sleight-of-hand but it seems as
though he is trying.
Not done yet
Apparently, Palmyra’s Arch of Triumph is not done traveling because the Telegraph [UK]
reports that it is scheduled to be set up at the Archaeological Museum in Arona, Italy, on
March 25, 2017. Before you rush to google maps, that’s over 300 miles north of Rome, which
is one of the first things I checked. Yet, it shows how far it can travel in just one month.
The question is: Where will it go after Italy? The final destination was supposed to be
Palmyra, Syria but that is once again being held by ISIS. Therefore, it will probably
pop-up somewhere else, in the meantime, before making its final stop.
The BIG question is: Could it possibly make a stop in Israel, to show solidarity with the Arabs?
Personally, I think it’s a long shot but the arch is being promoted as a victory over ISIS’s
destruction, which everyone can rally behind. Plus, a major sponsor is the UAE, and Israel has
been getting closer to the Gulf countries such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE, for help with the
Palestinians and as a defensive barrier against Iran. I’m not saying it will happen but if the
Arch of Baal was presented in Jerusalem, it would definitely be a candidate for the abomination
that causes desolation.
In my opinion, ‘if’ that was to happen, the Mount of Olives would be the most likely place
because olive branches represent peace and there’s plenty of room. Plus, since the Mount of
Olives is just east of the Temple Mount, it would still be considered ‘a wing of the temple’.
(Daniel 9:27) As I said, the arch is being promoted as a gesture of solidarity and Paul said,
“While people are saying ‘peace and safety’, destruction will come on them suddenly.” (1 Thess
5:3) The ‘destruction’ and desolation would be provided by God in the form of an earthquake
and tsunami, which would be the 6th Seal. (Rev 6:13-14) The abomination is also when the
rapture will take place, which will bring unprecedented distress on Israel and the whole world.
Like I said, I don’t know if the Arch of Baal will be set up in Israel, most less Jerusalem,
but I thought I would point out this possibility for the abomination because the arch has a
connection to Babylon, mentioned in Revelation. Whether it happens or not, I still think
Marduk will be the “god of fortresses”, worshiped in Daniel 11:37-38 (post-rapture), due
to it being depicted on the ancient walls of Babylon. Note: That doesn’t mean that Marduk is
the beast but rather the god that the beast is worshiping. The beast will be a group of nations
that is led militarily by the antichrist, who is a human and declares himself above God in
Daniel 11:36. Thus, after denouncing Allah, the antichrist will adopt Marduk as his god, who
becomes the “foreign god”, backed by Satan, who helps the beast expand in Daniel 11:39.
After all, Marduk was the patron god of Babylon when they defeated Judea and burned the
first Temple, so there’s a Biblical history behind Marduk. (see more on below pages)
Video of the Palmyra Arch
being set up in London.
Notice that it just basically
takes a flat-bed truck with a
crane attachment to set up.
More detailed pictures
of setting up in New York.
Matthew 24 Explained
Marduk - god of fortresses
Kingdom of the Beast
Current Events from Daniel 11 (matching the Middle East)
ISIS - Saudi - Turkey
(Daniel 11: 24-27)
to the Abomination
(Daniel 11: 28-30)
Shiites re-take Persia
+ America’s Role Begins
(Daniel 11: 21-23)