a dynasty. A premise. Seven a key word in chapter 17 counting angels, vials, heads, mountains, and kings. Good luck counting kings. Historians count dynasties and Rome had seven. It also had seven hills along with Constantinople, the New Rome. Lots to consider here. Just check the numbers.
A Beginning of an Empire
a tenth dynasty ended it. Constantine started the fifth dynasty of the Roman Empire. Constantinople fell to the tenth dynasty of Islam. The Roman Empire had seven dynasties. The beast had seven heads and ten horns. Here are three numbers; 1000, 10, and seven that tie history to prophecy. There are more like 666.
a dynasty. Five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come. The Roman Empire had seven dynasties. Chrysostom is the only significant John during the sixth dynasty and he was in Ephesus when Jerome was finishing the Vulgate. Someone had to verify that John the Apostle wrote the Apocalypse to get it in the bible.
a fit with all the biggest numbers. – 1000, 666, 10, and 7 – Just need two beasts. One with ten dynasties and the other with seven. Islam and the pagan Roman Empire. The beast that was, and is not, and yet is. There will be more pieces that fit.
A Critical Piece
of the puzzle. The Roman Empire had seven dynasties. “There are seven kings: five are fallen, and one is.” John Chrysostom could have said that and Nikolai Morozov thinks he did based on astronomy. This is the third John of the Apocalypse. Based on history and numbers.
of the big pieces. The Byzantine Empire – a thousand years. Constantinople – Babylon the Great. The seven heads – the seven dynasties of Roman Empire. The ten horns – the ten dynasties of Islam. The second dynasty of Islam attacked Constantinople in the year – 666 – and in the year 1453, Constantinople fell to the tenth dynasty of Islam.