27 juni 2018
The real mystery: the rebuilding of Babylon
In our obsessive attempt to trace Atlantis in a remote past, we are at risk of overlooking another big mystery: the rebuilding of Babylon.
According to Plato, Atlantis was a worldpower. According to the book of Daniel 2, all worldpowers had Babylon as their capital. And more in Zacharia 5:11 we read about the rebuilding of Babylon. Most people connect Iraq today with it’s capital Baghdad. Less do we know that there is another mysterious city hidden in the history of Iraq which is Babylon on the Euphrates. The city of Al-Hillah exists next to it.
The apostle John traveled in Revelation 1 in the spirit to our time. He saw our Kentucky Fried Chickens, our mobile cell phones and our cars and airplanes. And he saw something tremendously weird: he saw a kind of an Alice in Wonderland fairy tail city that was rebuilt on the banks of the Euphrates. We read about this in Revelation 17 and 18. In Jeremiah 51:7 we read that End Times Babylon will make the world drunk.
In Revelation 18:12 we read about slavery ships and ivory trade. This ivory trade was the blueprint for the elephants on Atlantis (Critias 114-115). Babylon will be the world capital of all the nations on the earth. Rebuilt Babylon will echo the glamour of the city of Henoch that existed before the Flood. I believe that this splendid city on the Euphrates is Plato’s Atlantis that was somehow mirrored in time and geography. Future Babylon will be the epicenter of a mighty world power that exists in the Middle East. This world power is bigger that Turkey and Libya together and will be ruled by 10 demonic possessed kings.
Babylon will be rebuilt within twelve years from now as we approach the closing time of 2000 years after the resurrection of Jesus. Let us not become being deceived by believing this is nonsense. We had already been deceived a first time when we believed that Babylon was Atlantis that existed 11.000 years ago in the Atlantic Ocean.
More on the rising of Babylon: http://ldolphin.org/Dyer-Babylon.html