The EU Is Mystery Babylon .See The Coin?
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Can anyone Read?
Does anyone have understanding?
Rev 17:18 And the woman whom you have seen is the great city which has kingly power over the kings of the earth."
Rev 18:10 while they stand afar off because of their terror at her heavy punishment, and say, 'Alas, alas, thou great city, O Babylon, the mighty city! For in one short hour thy doom has come!'
Rev 18:18 stood afar off, and cried aloud when they saw the smoke of her burning. And they said, 'What city is like this great city?'
Rev 18:19 And they threw dust upon their heads, and cried out, weeping aloud and sorrowing. 'Alas, alas,' they said, 'for this great city, in which, through her vast wealth, the owners of all the ships on the sea have grown rich; because in one short hour she has been laid waste!'
Rev 18:21 Then a single angel of great strength took a stone which resembled a huge millstone, and hurled it into the sea, saying, "So shall Babylon, that great city, be violently hurled down and never again be found.
Is there any doubt left that Babylon is a CITY?
There are many Proofs to say that the City is Jerusalem.
It is the Spiritual seat of Israel, the Temple and the Jewish people as well as a holy city of Muslims and Christians.
It is the only place that Prophets of God(according to Jewish theology) are killed. God will avenge their deaths upon this City.
Rev. 18:20 and 24. Mat 23:35 and 37.
Many Biblical scholars and theologians point out that although Rome was the prevailing pagan power in the 1st century when the Book of Revelation was written, the symbolism of the whore of Babylon refers not to an invading infidel of foreign power, but to an apostate false queen, a former "bride" who has been unfaithful and who, even though she has been divorced and cast out because of unfaithfulness, continues to falsely claim to be the "queen" of the spiritual realm. This symbolism did not fit the case of Rome at the time.
Furthering this view is that the "seven mountains" in Rev 17:9 are the seven hills on which Jerusalem stands.