Unraveling Revelation: In the Seat of the Gods

SATAN WAS NOT the only rebel in Eden. Mystery Babylon is connected to this other entity—and he may be even more dangerous than Satan.

We continue our study linking the laments over the prince of Tyre in Ezekiel 27 and 28 to the destruction of end times Babylon. Tyre and Babylon were both founded by the Amorites, and we believe the “iniquity of the Amorites” that God condemned in Genesis 15:16 may be necromancy and summoning spirits from the netherworld—a practice that’s been spread to the entire world and continues to this day.

It’s important to remember that “Babylon” in Hebrew is babel, identical to the name of that infamous tower. It simply means “god-gate,” or perhaps “gate of El,” the Canaanite name of the entity we believe is the true “Lucifer”: Shemihazah, chief of the rebellious sons of God in Genesis 6:1–4. We think the practice of of summoning spirits in the netherworld, as the medium of En-dor did for Saul (although she didn’t expect to raise the prophet Samuel—that was allowed as a special message from God to the king), is humanity’s ongoing effort to reach out to this would-be “king” who’s chained in Tartarus until God allows it to be opened in the end times.

It’s a new paradigm for Mystery Babylon and the spirits in play during the final seven years of the age, but we believe prophets like Ezekiel, Isaiah, Daniel, Zechariah, and others understood that there are more supernatural rebels plotting against the true King than just “the devil.” 

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