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The Great Flying Saucer Myth

The Great Flying Saucer Myth by Kelly L. Segraves

The Seven Vials

For in the 16th chapter, verse 2, we learn that the first vial produces the most painful suffering that man ever had to bear. Sores inflicted upon all those who wear the mark of the beast and have chosen to worship him. In the 3rd verse a vial or bowl is poured into the sea and it becomes the blood of the dead as every living thing in the sea will die. It is here that God begins to purge the evil forces of man and beast off the planet earth and demonstrates His power to all that they may believe. The rivers and fresh waters of the earth receive the third vial (Rev. 16:4-7) and they also become blood. Now those who have shed the precious blood of the believers in Christ have nothing but blood to drink.

The fourth vial is poured upon the sun which increases its intensity and now men living on the earth are scorched with great heat but still they blaspheme God and refuse to believe (Rev. 16:8-9).

AS the fifth angel pours out his judgment upon the throne of the beast, his kingdom becomes darkness. This may allow the armies of the world to gather and converge on this revived Roman empire and prepare for the final destruction which will take place in the Middle East.

The sixth angel pours his bowl upon the great river Euphrates which causes it to dry up in order to prepare for the final battle of Armageddon (Rev. 16:12-16). It is here that unclean spirits like frogs come out of the false prophet and these spirits of demons go forth working miracles to all the kings of the earth in order gather them into this one place for the final battle. Every army of the world will be gathered into a great coalition of powers and there will be nothing to stop the onrush of this great invasion.

At the pouring out of the last vial the greatest and mightiest earthquake of all time will occur, accompanied by thunder and lightning. The great Roman city which is called Babylon is divided into three parts and all the cities of nations fall, every island flees away and will be destroyed and great hail will fall from heaven, every stone weighing 100 pounds, yet men continue to curse God because of this plague of hail.

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