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The Bible, Brexit, and Babylon: what are the prophetic implications?

Did Brexit fulfill Bible prophecy? Is it a setback for the New World Order, the EU, and Great Britain? This is what I hope to briefly examine in this post.

flag of the EUIn my opinion, Brexit is not specifically mentioned in Bible prophecy, but it does factor into what we find in Bible prophecy. Just as a bit of history, the EU’s foundations were laid in 1951 with the European Coal and Steel Community established by the Treaty of Paris with Germany and France spearheading the effort with Vatican influences. Then in 1957 came the Treaty of Rome that saw the Jesuits, Freemasons, Bilderbergs, and others make greater strides to solidify the establishment of the EU. As I have mentioned in other posts and comments on my blog, the Vatican has its agents on every side of every issue. The Brexit is no different.

Although the official stance of the Vatican was the “remain” camp, there were/are Jesuit agents on the “leave” side also. What Brexit revealed is that there are warring factions among the New World Order people. This is stated in Daniel’s prophecies as well as Revelation. As a quick side note, I want to point out that Great Britain, France, and Germany were mentioned in Daniel 7 as the last of the great empires who would heavily influence the coming of the Antichrist. Although “they had their dominion taken away” in Daniel’s dream, their influence (along with Russia‘s) was still very strong and very present in the prophecy.

In Daniel 2, Great Britain and the EU are part of the revamped Roman Empire made up of iron and miry clay that comprise the feet of the image in Nebuchadnezzar’s dream. Daniel says the following about the feet/empire:

41 And whereas thou sawest the feet and toes, part of potters’ clay, and part of iron, the kingdom shall be divided; but there shall be in it of the strength of the iron, forasmuch as thou sawest the iron mixed with miry clay.

42 And as the toes of the feet were part of iron, and part of clay, so the kingdom shall be partly strong, and partly broken.

43 And whereas thou sawest iron mixed with miry clay, they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men: but they shall not cleave one to another, even as iron is not mixed with clay.

This tells us several things about this new/now Roman Empire:

(1) It has separate kingdoms or nation states;

(2) The separate kingdoms work together to accomplish some common goals;

(3) Some kingdoms/nations among them are stronger than others;

(4) Although they work together, they are not in complete unity with each other (iron is not mixed with clay).

So Daniel points out they will have disagreeing factions among them even though they “mingle themselves” among the people. For all their talk of unity and spouting off the same talking points in the mainstream media, they still have disunity among them. Revelation 17:16 also points out this fact when the ten horns (regional “kings”) of the beast conspire to betray and destroy Babylon, the scarlet harlot (whore) who rides the beast. This Babylon is openly identified as Rome (including the Vatican) at the end of Rev. 17. Then in Rev. 18 we see how Babylon is fallen and how other kings, globalists, and people in cahoots with Rome mourn over the loss of the city while the Lord and his saints rejoice.

Additionally, in Ezek. 38 we see that “Gomer and all his bands” gather together with Turkey, Russia, and a host of other nations to attack Israel because of Israel’s abundant natural resources. That “Gomer and all his bands” includes the bulk of Western European nations. Gomer is the ancient name of Germany. The Celtic tribes, including those who are in the UK and the Gauls who settled France, were originally part of Gomer. Basically, Brexit is just a slight rearranging of the New World Order as we know it even though I’m glad it happened. It may present an opportunity for Turkey to enter the fray and expand its influence.

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