- Do the Seven Hills of Revelations refer to Rome? Would this point to the revived Roman Empire?
- Answer requested by
- Stef Lynn
- Hans-Georg Lundahl
- Catholic convert, reading many Catechisms
- Answered Wed
- The question has two parts:
Do the Seven Hills of Revelations refer to Rome?
Would this point to the revived Roman Empire?
The seven hills are there irrespectively of what constitution or wideness of direct and official political power Rome has.
In my view of end times, a revived Roman Empire could very well be an interruption in the progress of Antichrist’s power.
Also, the fourth beast was the Imperium of a Senatorial Republic, whether you consider it arriving in the Holy Land already as Antiochus IV Epiphanes (who was a vassal to the Senate!) or only in Pompey (who was later going to defend the Senatorial Republic against Caesar’s populistic monarchy revival).
During the fourth beast, Rome was ruled by double monarchs elected for one year, called consuls, and [in the same period] one Sextus Calvinus founed Aix-en-Provence, recalling modern Republics and recalling John Calvin. As well as a condominium between a pretended “Pope Emeritus” and a pretended “Pope” neither of whom are Catholics.
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