Hebrew semantics of the drink of the beast (Rev. 17:4)

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Jan B Drayer Smh
June 16 at 9:30pm · Like

Loranette Baker I’d never heard this, but it does make sense.
June 17 at 10:34pm · Like

Amos Matalbert Ohh Lord im so in LOVE with that Word thank you Jesus
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Rick Wadholm Jr I used this video in a class last year to demonstrate terrible logic and faulty hermeneutics. ?
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Roger Wilkinson We will know and it will be a deliberate choice of yes or no if we are to take the mark etc, it will not be hidden or underpinned. If we choice no everyone will know that and we can expect persecution for that choice, if we chose yes then we have handed our soul to satan!
The makers of this drink may have some occult influence but so do most people in power because the god of this world is satan and he runs it – till Jesus comes back and sets up a Kingdom run by Christian governments for a 1000 years!!
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Pentecostal Theology Rick Wadholm Jr numerology is the science of heaven…
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Rick Wadholm Jr Haha…or hell.
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Rick Wadholm Jr They used to have a required course in numerology at Trinity in the 70s.
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Pentecostal Theology too bad there’s no numerology in this video (or is there?)
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Pentecostal Theology seems Trinity was heaven-bound … in the 70s
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Rick Wadholm Jr Not proper numerology. (And I can’t believe I’m even saying that. Haha)
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Pentecostal Theology Mark Lärmer, in his book “The circle of Veckner”, points out that the number of the Beast is also found in the numerical structure of the usual electronic keyboards, such as calculators, recording cases, remote controls, telephones keyboard, etc. By concatenation, the result gives four times the number 666 in each directions. Like observed by Mark Lärmer, this numerical structure which allows us to calculate, to program, to buy, to sell and to withdraw money
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Pentecostal Theology Not sure if this news made it but while iWatch was being presented, numerologists around the world were unveiling their own numerological (not neurological) watch
Pentecostal Theology’s photo.
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Rick Wadholm Jr The lengths to which folks will go to prove silliness.
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Pentecostal Theology 1+2+3=6
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Pentecostal Theology 4+5+6=15 i.e. 1+5 = 6
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Pentecostal Theology 7+8+9 = 24 i.e. 2+4 = 6
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Rick Wadholm Jr
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Pentecostal Theology wait – there’s an exception ” and by taking care to eliminate summations 1+4+7 and 3+6+9 of orientations NORTH-SOUTH)”
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Pentecostal Theology makes sense to the people to whom it makes sense
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Pentecostal Theology Guess only one vertical line ads up to 6, b/c hermetically there could be only one way to heaven 8+5+2 = 15 i.e. 1+5 = 6
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Pentecostal Theology 8 is for heaven – the new beginning, 5 for grace that gets you there and 2 is for the family ( male + female ) brought to heaven by grace (from the 1970s hermeneutical numerology class offered @ 3N1T1)
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Barry G. Carpenter This is ridiculous. The major issue (of the many issues) is that Revelation is written in GREEK not Hebrew- so the comparison to Hebrew is irrelevant. Secondly, this “secret code” type stuff denies the literal nature of the Scripture (that the verses have a literal meaning). (3) Such an approach denies that we are a “priesthood of believers” -which means we all have the Holy Spirit and do not need a special group of people to interpret Scriptures for us. (I could go on…)
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Pentecostal Theology Oh Barry G. Carpenter we got you covered – There are 22 chapters in the Book of Revelation and there are 22 letters in the Hebrew Alphabet smile emoticon
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Barry G. Carpenter Unfortunately there were no chapter divisions until 1551 (Stephanus Greek NT) frown emoticon
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Pentecostal Theology That’s why we use NA28/UBS4 and now UBS 5
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Pentecostal Theology It is important in this connection to note the Hebraisms of the whole of this part of the book, which prove that the writer or—if he himself originally wrote Hebrew or Aramaic—the translator could neither write nor speak Greek correctly. As to the relation of this to the apocalypse which follows see below. http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/…/12712-revelation…
REVELATION (BOOK OF) – JewishEncyclopedia.com
Complete contents the 1906 Jewish Encyclopedia.
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Pentecostal Theology Rick Wadholm Jr after carefully examining the 1972 3NiTi catalog it seems the price of the class was $666 and was taken over the course of 3 1/2 years or 1260 days (no J-terms) Basic Numerology YEAR OF STUDY: MED-2, M-2, CMS-2
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Barry G. Carpenter LOL
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Joe Collins [06/27/2015 10:50 AM]
Grasping at straws are we?

Glynn Brown [06/28/2015 8:47 AM]
Looks like a conspiracy theory similar to the back of the dollar bill.

Nathan [07/07/2015 2:12 PM]
Christine Weick, who originally came up with this drivel, is nothing more than a trouble maker! In my opinion, she should be filed under “don’t believe a word she says”… It actually frustrates me that this site would post something this stupid…

Joe Collins [07/22/2015 8:39 AM]
This is just a stretch. Didn’t you post something about its a sin to talk bout conspiracies earlier????

Pentecostal Theology [07/22/2015 7:04 PM]
sure did – sure did

Joe Collins [07/22/2015 8:35 PM]
Lol

15 Comments

  • Reply April 18, 2020

    Joseph Reeder

    The Mark is the Beast is not a drink, it is not a vaccine, it is not microchip(although could be one day). The Mark of the Beast is a religious mark of loyalty to the Antichrist received on the right hand or forehead. It is received to demonstrate faith and worship toward “the beast”. When mentioned in scripture, the Mark of the Beast is always mentioned in connection with worshipping the “image of the beast”. The Mark or the Beast is instituted and forced upon people by the False Prophet, who is a religious leader like a pastor, Imam, or pope. NOT a drink company, pharmaceutical company, Bill Gates, Hillary Clinton, etc.

  • Reply April 18, 2020

    Cameron C Smith

    No

  • Reply April 18, 2020

    Jeanette Elizondo

    666

  • Reply April 18, 2020

    Christopher Lance Dart

    ?

  • Reply April 18, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    Joshua Remington dont loose heart pls

  • Reply April 29, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    Neil Steven Lawrence dont have too much time to read your 666 post right now But this one brings some memories indeed Riccos Herodotou Dake (who has it right). your point 1 pictures the second coming not the rapture
    snip
    Notes For Verse 14 a [white cloud] Seven kinds of clouds in Scripture: White (Rev. 14:14) Black (1Ki. 18:45) Dark (Job 22:13) Bright (Mt. 17:5) Thick (Ex. 19:9) Great (Ezek. 1:4) Swift (Isa. 19:1) b [Son of man, having on his head a golden crown, and in his hand a sharp sickle] Ps. 8:4; Dan. 7:13-14 Jn. 1:51, note. Notes For Verse 15 a [temple] There is a temple in heaven (Rev. 14:15,17; 3:12; 7:15; 11:19; 15:5-8; 16:1,17; Isa. 6:1), so Rev. 21:22-23 must be understood in this light. See notes there. b [Thrust in thy sickle, and reap: for the time is come for thee to reap; for the harvest of the earth is ripe] This is symbolic of the battle of Armageddon (Rev. 14:15-16 Joel 3:12-16 The rapture is after the promises to the church
    Rev. 4 After this I looked, and, behold, a door was opened in heaven: and the first voice which I heard was as it were of a trumpet talking with me; which said, Come up hither, and I will shew thee things which must be hereafter

    • Reply April 30, 2020

      Neil Steven Lawrence

      Troy Day I tried to keep as many of my scripture quotations for each point to come from Revelation.

      The different types of clouds you just showed is pretty cool.

      Harvesting of the earth is not involving destruction but a removal of the grain (to put into the barn) Revelation 14:14–16
      This is the rapture.

      In the context of the passage the very next scripture is talking about the battle of Armageddon.

      Grapes are gathered and trampled and blood flows up to the horses bridal for a distance of 1600 stadia. Revelation 14:17–20
      This is the battle of Armageddon.

    • Reply April 30, 2020

      Riccos Herodotou

      Neil Steven Lawrence Dakes Notes For chap 13 Verse 30 a [Let both grow together until the harvest: and in the time of harvest I will say to the reapers, Gather ye together first the tares, and bind them in bundles to burn them: but gather the wheat into my barn] Both tares and wheat must grow together until the end of the age (Mt. 13:39-43,49-50). Then they will be separated (Mt. 24:29-51; 25:31-46).

  • Reply April 30, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    whats your take Chris Westerman Doyle Rogers

  • Reply April 30, 2020

    Riccos Herodotou

    • Reply April 30, 2020

      Varnel Watson

      snopes is basically fake news on AMP

    • Reply April 30, 2020

      Riccos Herodotou

      Troy Day i thought fake news comes from state tv, not snopes 🙂

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      Ultimately, the claim involving a 666 on Monster energy drink cans relies on the incorrect assumption the three claw marks comprising the logo represent three iterations of the Hebrew symbol “Vav,” resulting in a Hebrew equivalent of “666.” But “666” in Hebrew would be written “Tav Resh Samech Vav,” or “six hundred sixty-six.”

      At the end of the clip, the woman points to a “cross” in the Monster logo, which is inverted when the can is tipped for drinking. However, the symbol to which the woman refers is phi, a pre-Christian Greek character that has nothing to do with Christianity, witchcraft, or Satanic messaging.

    • Reply May 1, 2020

      Varnel Watson

      Riccos Herodotou snopes is state sponsored if you come to think about it NOW the 3 bar thingies ARE indeed hebrew 6s Kabbalah Masonry ARE systems of symbols so come to think about it the 666 here is NOT too far Isara Mo Neil Steven Lawrence

  • Reply April 30, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    Peter Vandever how many of these do you take daily

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