a history 

A Fulfillment of Prophecy –

A connection with numbers that can be trusted.  Your interpretation, not so much.  Translators can’t be trusted but somehow they get the numbers right.  If you have an ear, listen to what numbers and history can tell you.  It is the only way the fulfillment of prophecy can be confirmed.  Anything else is just someone’s interpretation.  

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a great city 

A Mystery –

A misinterpretation.  Even Peter knew he was in Babylon.  Some are still looking for his bones south of Baghdad.  That is the real mystery but Rome having seven hills was never a mystery.  The seven hills of Constantinople is still a mystery and likely to remain so.  It will never fit with their narrative.  

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a reliable connection 

A Prophecy Fulfilled In History –

A number to connect them.  Numbers have survived translation errors and agenda driven interpretations.  Numbers can be reliably used to identify historical events that seem to fulfill prophecies.  Look for all the key numbers like a thousand, 666, ten, and seven.  See if they fit.  See if they make sense.  

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a revelation 

A Fulfillment Of Prophecy In History –

A number to connect them.  A reliable way to find historical events that seem to fulfill what has been prophesied.  There are way too many different interpretations of too many different translations of the bible to confirm any fulfillment of prophecy.  Numbers may be the only way to connect history with prophecy.  

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a recapitulation 

A Vision Repeated – 

A problem with interpretation.  There is an unfounded assumption that the chapters of the Apocalypse are in chronological order which makes it impossible to understand.  Each vision does not necessarily depend on the previous or following chapter.  This was understood by Victorinus in the third century.  It is called Recapitulation.  

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