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THE THREE-ONE ANTICHRIST
Neb. Ist Vis. Neb. 2nd Vis.
Dan. Ist Vis.
Dan. 2nd Vis.
Dan. 3rd Vis. St. John. Ist Vis
One Foot of Iron The band of Iron The Plucking up The little increas. The Wilful King,
pire's prevention Papal horn. The ritual Sanctuary, mans set up, A.
ed by the interval
The pushing of
Other Foot of Iron and Clay. The revived Western Empire. A. D. 800.
HORNED EARTH BEAST, AND IMAGE OF THE SEA BEAST, E AND 1260 AND 1290 YEARS.
St.John. 2nd Vis. St. John. 3rd Vis. St. John. 4th Vis. St. John. 5th Vis. St. John. 6th Vis. St. John. 7th Vis.
The Two Candle- Woman in the Wil-
wounded head. The
dynasSpain; of Tartary,
ty of Charleand India, as far magne and his as China. A. D. German succes632—786, with sors, the Western locusts tormenting
Emperors of the the men for five
Romans. A. D. months, or Sara
cenic ravages of
Italy and Greece for about 150 years. A.D. 786 -936.
King of North's attack against Wilful King and Wilful King's coming to hisend. The Ot. tomans' passage into and successes in Europe against the Latino-Greek Emperors under their Sultans A. murath I. Bajazet I. AmurathII. and Mahomet II. A.D.1341--1453 which last takes Constantinople & destroys the Latino-Greek Empire King of North's entrance into glorious land and possession of Egypt; Ottomans' quest of Syria, Palestine,
and Egypt, under Selim. A D. 1517.
St. John. 2nd Vis. St. John. 3rd Vis. St. John. 4th Vis. St. John, 5th Vis. St. John. 6th Vis. St. John, 7th Vis. The four Angels bound on the great river Euphrates. The four Turkish peoples, the Seljukians, Kharismians, Atabeks, and Ottomans, in possession of the Præfecture of the East and restrained within it. A.D. 1065-1341.
6th Trumpet, or The Beast that 6th stage of pub- goeth into perdilic Preaching, tion and was and with loosing of four is not, and yet is. Angels to slay the The Latinothird part of the Greek Empire's Men. The con- destruction by the quest of the Præ- Turks, and sale of fecture of Illyri- it by Andrew cum by the conso- Palæologus lidated power of Charles VIII, of the four Turkish France, in whose peoples under kings it is henceMahomet II. and forth fictitiously his three Viziers. continued. A. D. A. D. 1453.