THE WOMAN seated on the scarlet beast in the wilderness is called Babylon the Great, “a name of mystery.”
The beast is described as a chimera in Revelation 12—part leopard, part lion, part bear. That’s a callback to the beasts of Daniel 7 which, if you include the fourth beast of Daniel’s vision, together have seven heads and ten horns, just like the Beast of Revelation. It’s almost certain that the scarlet beast representing the Antichrist in Revelation is a conglomeration of the four beasts of Daniel 7.
We explain why we believe the Beast, which is the spirit that will indwell the human we call the Antichrist, is the spirit of chaos—Leviathan.