Unraveling Revelation: Uttermost Parts of the Pit

THE REBEL in Isaiah 14 is described as having been “brought down to Sheol, to the far reaches of the pit.” This is the same fate suffered by Assur, the “Assyrian Enlil,” in Ezekiel 32—and it’s another reason we connect this entity to the angel of the bottomless pit in Revelation 9:11.

We continue our study of Isaiah 14 and its links to the Book of Ezekiel, but this week we look at Ezekiel 32 instead of chapter 28, which scholars believe is the parallel to Isaiah 14. We’re not aware of anyone who shares our interpretation of these passages, which we believe supports our theory that the divine rebel in Isaiah 14/Ezekiel 28 is Shemihazah, leader of the rebellious sons of God in Genesis 6—otherwise known as “the Destroyer,” Abaddon or Apollyon.

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