Christians, as other subordinates of the
- John says that Antichrist will remain in power only 3.5 years. Titus remained in power for 3 years, in 79-80-81 AD. He didn’t last longer, because in 81 AD died mysteriously. He was succeeded by his brother, Domitian, who proclaimed himself as a God, too, and prosecuted Christians like no other emperor.
- Revelation refers several times to some “Scarlet Woman” (Revelation, 12.1, 17.3) and calls her also “Whore of Babylon”. She has, in Revelation, a special relationship with the “Beast”.
Who would be that “Red Woman”? Once again Titus had an amazing match: His mistress was the very beautiful jewish princess Berenice, sister of Herod Agrippa! Several people of that times called Berenice “the New Cleopatra” and ”whore of
”. She was very unpopular to Christians and Jews, and assuredly to Apostle John, who was both a jew and a Christian! Babylon
- Amazingly, just one month after Titus came to power, the exact same time Revelation was allegedly written, the volcano of Vesuvius exploded. This explosion destroyed
, Heraklion, Stavies and Oplontis! It was a real “end of the world”, which shocked the Empire for many months! the cities of Pompeii
What Revelation says about the time of the coming of the Antichrist?
- Several numberologists calculated the name of Titus as equal to 666.
- One more interesting detail: Titus looked a lot like Nero! Their resemblance was amazing! So, some people certainly saw in the face of Titus the return of Nero, Christendom’s most evil adversary…
(To the left we see Nero and to the right stands Titus. Their resemblance is also evident in roman coins etc.)
After all these "coincidences", can we really avoid the question: Is Revelation, just an Apostle John’s warning to Christians that they should not trust Titus?
- All Christian texts were optimistic and full of positive messages, except Revelation, which is full of slaughter, death and war.
- Revelation shares many inelegant "similarities" with Daniel prophesies.
- The spirit of Love and Forgiveness in not at all present in it.
- It is not confirmed that "John" who wrote Revelation was the same with Apostle John...
Maybe it's time its reign to end?