|The Beast is Rome to God
- By Fab
Here's a code found in the Tanakh using the expression "the Beast (i.e. the "fourth beast" of Daniel) is Rome". For "beast" I
used the Aramaic spelling used in Daniel (Massoretic text) and Revelation (Peshitta). There were 9 occurrences expected
statistically, and 11 were actually found. The lowest skip could be extended to "the Beast is Rome, to God, and an
uncircumcised one (uncircumcised is a masculine adjective here, and since the Aramaic word "Beast" is a feminine noun, I
thought it would be wiser to change the translation)/gentile and a sign. A sign (spelled in reverse, and using the same tav as
the previous occurrence of this term)".
I also spotted another term running parallel to the main term which states "waters are with/in the Roman", which is interesting
as we are told in Revelation that the great whore (which I also believe is Rome/Catholic Church) sits upon "many waters":
Revelation 17:1: "And one of the seven angels having the seven bowls came and spoke with me, saying, 'Come here, I will
show you the judgment of the great prostitute who sits upon many waters'."
The second term may also be translated "upon the waters (if one reads it backwards). The Roman (feminine adjective, which
agrees with the noun's gender then)". I think this translation is probably better as it is more in agreement with what we are told
in Revelation 17:1.
These "waters" are defined in:
Revelation 17:15: "And he said to me, 'The waters that you saw, where the prostitute sits, are peoples and multitudes and
nations and languages'."
I also noticed the main term shares a letter with the surface text expression "the whole earth", and we are also told in Daniel
that the fourth beast:
Daniel 7:23: "Thus he said, 'The fourth beast shall be the fourth kingdom upon earth, which shall be diverse from all
kingdoms, and shall devour the whole earth, and shall tread it down, and break it in pieces'."