The Two Witnesses of Revelations
"The kings of the earth, and the great men, and the rich men, and the chief captains, and the mighty men,
and every bondman, and every free man, hid themselves in the dens and in the rocks of the mountains;
And said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the face of him that sitteth upon the throne,
and from the wrath of the Lamb:
For the great day of his wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand?"
Revelations 6: 15-17
The two witnesses of Revelations are Enoch and Elijah. Both prophets were taken up into heaven and did not die earthly deaths
during their historical sojourns on Earth.
In the Book of Revelations in the New Testament Gospel, reference is made to two end time "witnesses" who shall prophesize and give
testimony to the world at the end of days. This passage is primarily found in Revelations Chapter 11 and describes how the Kingdom
of Heaven will give power to two witnesses to prophesize for 1260 days (3 1/2 years) clothed in sackcloth.
In context, both Enoch and Elijah represent a preliminary, inaugural or initiatory prelude to the overthrow of both the terrestrial
and fallen extraterrestrial world order established under Lucifer and his fallen angelic host. They are both highly advanced celestial
messengers and representatives from a higher order of interdimensional existence, externalizing into 3rd dimensional space/time to prophesy
the coming destruction, usurpation and divine overthrow of the entrenched Antichrist/BEAST government on Earth.
Scripture proclaims that if any man attempts to harm them during their highly sacred and sanctified end time ministries,, they both
have the power to thoroughly burn their enemies with fire which proceeds from out of their mouths and devour them. They also have
power to stop rain, to turn water into blood and to smite the world with plagues as often as they will.
When they will have finished with their prophesy and testimony to Mankind on Earth from Jerusalem, the "god" of this world, Lucifer, will
kill them both. The majority of the world will rejoice over their deaths, but after 3 1/2 days, the spirit of life will enter them and they will both
will be taken up into heaven. Immediately afterword does the Great Day of Heavenly Judgment begin to unfold, as the Coming Extraterrestrial
Invasion that it is.
Both Enoch and Elijah are referenced in the historical scriptural canons of the Torah, Gospel and Koran. In the Torah and Old Testament, the
prophet Elijah is referenced in the Book of Kings, the Book of Chronicles, Ezra and Malachi. In the New Testament Gospel, Elijah is referenced in
the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Romans and James. In the Holy Koran, Elijah is found referenced in suras (chapters) Al-Suffat or The Ranks and
in Al- An'am or Cattle.
Enoch the prophet is found referenced in the Book of Genesis and in the Book of Chronicles in the Old Testament. Enoch is also referenced in the Book of
Luke, the Book of Hebrews and again in the Book of Jude in the New Testament Gospel. Finally, Enoch is referenced in Al-Anbiya' or the Prophets and in Maryam
or Mary in the Holy Koran.
Elijah, translated, means, "Yahweh is my God". According to the Book of Kings in the Old Testament, Elijah challenged the worship of Baal (the god of
rain, thunder and lightning) over the worship of El-Elion (Yahweh, Jehovah, Allah) amongst the peoples of Israel at that time.
Elijah's confrontation with the idolaters of his day forced him to flee to the wilderness to a hiding place known as the brook of Cherith or Cherish,
east of the Jordan river. There he was fed by 'ravens' or 'arabs', depending on which translation is accepted. When the brook dried up, the prophet is sent
to a phoenician woman in Zarephath to sustain him with cakes made of meal and oil. After more than 3 years and drought in the land, the LORD
sends Elijah back to the idolaters, confronts them with the accusation of worshiping false gods, brings down fire from heaven at a sacrificial altar
and slays 450 prophets of Baal. It is important to note here that during Elijah's confrontation with Ahab, Jezebel and their son Ahaziah, two
groups of soldiers that were sent to arrest him were consumed by fire which Elijah called down from heaven. The account in this scriptural passage would seem to
collude well with the two witnesses' ability to devour their enemies with fire during their final end time ministries.
Elijah's departure from Earth occurs in the company of Elisha, after they both cross the Jordan river to dry land and Elijah is lifted up into heaven
in a whirlwind in the company of chariots and horses of fire.
The final mention of Elijah in the Old Testament is found in the Book of Malachi where it is written, "Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet
before the great and terrible day of the LORD".
In the New Testament, Elijah makes an interdimensional appearance during an incident known as the "transfiguration", where he is in attendance
with Jesus Christ and Moses on an undeclared mountaintop somewhere in Israel. The very word, "transfigure", denotes a change in form or appearance,
which falls in line with the hyperdimensional externalization and apparitional characteristics of other worldly ethereal realms of existence,
further proving the highly advanced extraterrestrial origins of the Kingdom of Heaven.
As a harbinger of the Coming Extraterrestrial Invasion from on High, Elijah returns not only as a traditional accuser of jewish Israel before God,
but also as a redemptive figure turning the hearts of the fathers to their children and the hearts of the children to their fathers, where there was
once division and enmity between them brought about by the fallen ways of this wicked world.
These and other scriptural passages and characteristics absolutely confirm that the prophet Elijah is definitely one of the two end time
witnesses as prophesized in revelational holy scripture.
The record, words and works of Enoch the Prophet are found both in the canon of all monotheistic scripture (Torah, Gospel, Koran) and in the
apocryphal Book of Enoch. In the earliest Christian centuries, the Book of Enoch was held in great reverence by many of the Church Fathers,
including Irenaeus, Origen and Tertullian. Even Jerome looked upon Enoch as being one of the two witnesses of Revelations since he, like Elijah,
ascended up to heaven in a cloud. By the end of the 4th century AD, though, the Book of Enoch was looked upon as heretical and was condemned
by the orthodox. Its survival and preservation in subsequent centuries was due in large part to the Ethiopic Christian Church.
The Ethiopic Book of Enoch is a complex text. It begins with an apocalyptic account of the 'Great Judgment' and lays out, in detail, the
account of the 200 angels (watchers) who fell from heaven, taught forbidden knowledge to mankind and fornicated with earthly women creating
offspring known as the 'nephilim' (giants). The text concludes with Enoch's admonition to his children entitled the 'Apocalypse of Weeks',
in which the events of the last 10 world weeks are unfolded, along with a series of warnings to sinners and reassurances to the righteous.
In the Holy Koran, Enoch is called a saint and a prophet, one well honored and exalted. He is also referred to as one who endured with
fortitude and who was upright, shown mercy and admitted into paradise/heaven.
In the apocryphal Book of Enoch, it is Enoch himself who has blessed the elect and righteous who will be living in the days of tribulation,
when the wicked and godless are to be removed. The first parable of Enoch titled, "The Future Lot of the Wicked and the Righteous", was, in fact,
written for a remote generation to come, specifically THE generation that lives in the last days before the Great Day of Heavenly Judgment upon the Earth.
The Book of Hebrews in the Old Testament records that Enoch was "translated", that he should not see death, because God had "translated" him.
"Translated" is obviously in reference to being brought into immortal spirit form, perhaps inhabiting a light body or energy
form of some manner quite distinct from that of a physical body. This particular Hebrews passage similarly confirms that like Elijah,
Enoch did not die an earthly death but was taken up to heaven because his testimony or witness on Earth at that time pleased God.
Since both Enoch and Elijah did NOT die earthly deaths during their historical ministries on Earth in the past, they both are slated to be killed
and suffer death during their two final end time "witness" ministries as proclaimed in the Book of Revelations.
Both prophetical end time "witness" ministries are sure to include both an accusation and a rebuke of the jewish people, who largely control
the mechanisms, levers and destiny of today's fallen terrestrial world empire. Contemporary issues such as the dreaded "mark of the beast", the rise of the Antichrist/BEAST
system of world government and the persecution of the holy and righteous remnant are sure to be brought into testimony through these two end time prophets.
The central core declaration of the Coming Day of Heavenly Judgment and God's wrath upon the world are sure to be essential tenets of both prophets'
witnesses during the tribulation at the end of days. The last three weeks in the 'Apocalypse of Weeks' in the Book of Enoch gives credence
to the establishment of righteousness, a path of uprightness and a coming judgment upon the Earth where all the works of the godless shall vanish
and be no more. A great eternal judgment upon mankind and all fallen angelic entities will be executed by God with great wrath, fury and vengeance.
A new heaven and a new earth will appear and shall shine with a sevenfold light, as sin is done away with and mentioned no more forever.
In the 'Apocalypse of Weeks', we also find numerous passages on admonitions to the righteous and continual woes for the sinners. In a chapter entitled,
"Woes pronounced on the Godless", we find a passage titled, "The Law Breakers: Evil Plight of Sinners in the Last Days", where divine warning is
given to those who transgress the eternal, divine Law of God. A coming day of destruction upon the wicked is repeatedly foretold all throughout Enochian scripture,
just as affirmations, comforts and assurances are given to the righteous to endure these end time days with.
The following passage from the Book of Enoch definitely sums up how the upright and righteous are to separate themselves from the ways of this evil,
condemned and utterly fallen and forsaken world (order); "And fear not, ye righteous, when you see the sinners growing strong and prospering in their ways:
be not companions with them, but keep far from their violence; for ye shall become companions of the hosts of heaven".
The two end time witnesses of the Book of Revelations, Enoch and Elijah, are sure to preach fire and destruction to a world that has fallen out of
grace with their Creator. For this is a disobedient, ruthless and rebellious generation, overshadowed and directed by fallen interdimensional angelic forces
who oppose God and wish to make war with and against the Kingdom of Heaven.
The Two Witnesses of Revelations are portents for the Hour of Doom and the extraterrestrial invasion that is soon to commence upon the Earth.
The coming witness, testimony and prophecy of both Enoch and Elijah during the last 3 1/2 years of human history will be the prelude before the Coming
Day of Heavenly Judgment.
On that Day, the question of whether there is extraterrestrial life and intelligence in the Universe will be profoundly and unequivocally answered.
The full disclosure of interdimensional alien life occupying a reality beyond space and time is to be unveiled in all its splendor and glory for all
flesh to behold. A physical search for new worlds will end as an interdimensional exploration for new worlds will begin. The externalization of a highly advanced Type 4 civilization
to Earth will eternally unite the pursuits of science and religion and subsequently shatter the pursuits of terrestrial and interdimensional
angelic warfare for all time.
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