The Rider on the White Horse
Now I saw when the Lamb opened one of the seals; and I heard one of the four living creatures saying with a voice like thunder, “Come and see.” And I looked, and behold, a white horse. He who sat on it had a bow; and a crown was given to him, and he went out conquering and to conquer. Revelation 6:1-2
Watch out. The one with the bow on the white horse is not Jesus. He’s an imposter.
The seals of the scroll match the events Jesus described in Matthew 24. The first thing Jesus warns of is false Christs.
In Matthew 24 when Jesus was asked “And what will be the sign of Your coming, and of the end of the age?” And Jesus answered and said to them: “Take heed that no one deceives you. For many will come in My name, saying, ‘I am the Christ,’ and will deceive many.” Matthew 24:4
Many will be deceived. When Jesus came the first time, he was rejected by Israel because they wanted a conqueror on a white horse, not a saviour on a donkey.
Jesus told the Jews, “I have come in My Father’s name, and you do not receive Me; if another comes in his own name, him you will receive.” John 5:41-43
I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “be careful of what you wish for.” Here comes the guy on the white horse. Can you hear the hoofbeats?
Will this false christ be some sort of Greek or Roman god?
Let’s look at what the rider is wearing and wielding, using the original Greek words.
In Greek the word for bow is toxon. The word is only mentioned once in the Bible. The normal word in the bible for bow is qesheth. Why wasn’t qesheth used here? Because it isn’t that kind of bow.
Toxon has its origins in the Greek “toxikon pharmakon” – the lethal poison that the ancient Greeks would smear on the points of their arrows. Toxicon was the arrow and pharmacon, poison. In today’s usage pharmacon is defined as a medicine or drug; also, a poison.
Do you remember what I wrote in my post The Letter From Jesus to Compromising Pergamos about the merchants from great Babylon who enriched themselves at our expense? “For your merchants were the great men of the earth, for by your sorcery all the nations were deceived.” Revelation 18:23
If you look the word sorcery up in a Greek lexicon you’ll find it means pharmakeia. By their pharmakeia all the nations were deceived.
Pharmakon, in philosophy and critical theory, is a composite of three meanings: remedy, poison, and scapegoat. The first and second senses refer to the everyday meaning of pharmacology (and to its sub-field, toxicology), deriving from the Greek source term φάρμακον (phármakon), denoting any drug, while the third sense refers to the pharmakos ritual of human sacrifice.
In Greek the word for crown is stephanos. In Latin the word for crown is corona. Rome’s use of crowns was unique in that far more than kings could receive and wear crowns. Some Roman uses likely originated with Greek practices and mythology. Apollo, a god worshiped by both the Greeks and Romans, wore a laurel wreath on his head.
Do the great men of the earth worship Apollo?
Here’s exhibits A,B,C and D. You decide.
Exhibit B, the Sun King
Louis XIV ruled with complete control over France and was known as The Sun King. He comissioned the The Fountain of Apollo at the Palace of Versailles, France in 1668. It depicts the Greek god Apollo rising from the sea in a four-horse chariot.
In 2017 the president of France and World Economic Forum member Emmanuel Macron summoned over 900 politicians from both houses of the French parliament to a rare Congress at the palace of Versailles. “I will govern like a Roman God,” he announced, much to France’s derision. He’s a wannabe but someone is going to. At some point in the future ten kings will jostle for power.
Macron is not the only one inspired by Louis XIV.
Exhibit C, Donald Trump
US president Donald Trump’s apartment is furnished in Louis XIV style with Apollo featured in the artwork and on the ceiling. Trump launched Operation Warp Speed, a public–private partnership initiated by the Federal Government of the United States, to facilitate and accelerate the development of COVID-19 vaccines, therapeutics, and diagnostics.
Exhibit D, the WHO and Shiva
Both Shiva and Apollo are known as the Destroyer. In Revelation 9:11 his name in Hebrew is Abaddon and in Greek Apollyon (that is, Destroyer).
In 2019 a photo surfaced of World Health Organisation officials meeting with a statue of the Hindu god Shiva in the background. Both Cern and the WHO are based at Geneva. Cern state they’re employing their vast global computing resources and collaborations in the fight against COVID-19. Cern, the Council of European Research Nuclear is the home of particle physics. Cern also has a statue of Shiva doing his dance of destruction. Cern is located on an ancient temple site dedicated to Apollo. Coincidence?
Crowns The Greek word for crown, as used in the Bible, is Stephanos. Rome used both Greek and Latin, the latter especially for military purposes. The Latin equivalent to Stephanos is Corona.