Book Excerpt - The Blind Man's Elephant

The Genesis Birthright, The Blind Man’s Elephant

One is.

It’s just two little words. Five Letters.

Never have two little words held such ominous implications for our age. For they lie, today, at the heart of the Genesis Birthright ....

Let’s look at this sixth empire of the Apocalypse. The Biblical record describes it for us, “And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads ….” [Rev. 13:1]. Five heads are fallen and are gone. Head six, the "one is," is figuratively emerging out of the sea or out of a multitude of people, tongues and nations.

“And I saw one of the heads [the sixth] as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast.” [Rev. 13:3]. The reason it refers to a deadly wound being healed is that the first five empires have long since fallen and disappeared without a trace of them left in our modern world. While we think of ourselves as sophisticated, beyond the arcane concept of “world dominating empires” in our day and age, head number six will have all the trappings of these past five empires especially the first empire, the Babylonian empire. [See the Sneakers article, One World Peace And Security].

“And he causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand or in their foreheads: and that no man might buy or sell, save that he has the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is the wisdom. Let him that has understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is six hundred threescore and six.” [Rev. 13: 11-18].

This description, however, would appear to present a conflict between proven science, that man cannot know the future, and the future being laid out for us to read about. We’ve seen that the theological arrow of time in Daniel described five successive world empires very exactly and precisely. [See chapter five, The Blind Man’s Elephant; also the Feature article, A Funny Thing Happened ...]. But these five were in our past [as recent, however, as one hundred years ago], a part of history. Now this theological arrow of time tells us about the sixth empire, an empire expressly in our future, yet its subterfuge exists in our present. [Ed. note: the sixth empire is now emerging all around us, see the Feature article, Is That You, Big Brother?]. God raised up the first five empires and he brought them down. God is raising up the sixth empire too. It is true the universe is constructed such that mankind cannot know the future. It is proven scientific fact. Thus, we are left with the inescapable conclusion: The theological arrow of time shows us it is God who has told us what shall come to pass whether or not we choose to acknowledge the source.


The first thing we note about these empires is that they were, indeed, empires. That is to say, they were not just a single, powerful country as China may be viewed today. There were no democracies or even republics. Although the Roman Empire began as a republic, it is the nature of empires to replace republics and therefore the two are mutually exclusive. They extend control far beyond their own borders. Secondly, they were very militaristic in nature. Respectively, their militaries were the most powerful in the world at the time … Thirdly, powerful individuals led all these nations. They were kings, or conquerors like Cyrus or Alexander and his four generals or were caesars or sultans. There were no democratically elected officials in this group. Fourthly, their guiding religious principles would be contrary to the quantum theological points found in either Judaism or Christianity.

In the case of Edom’s sixth empire, which will rise up out of the sea of Judaism and Christianity, it’s religious underpinnings are Babylonian. [See the Feature article, Easter, Babylon And The Antichrist]. And perhaps most telling, all these empires encompassed territory that included both Babylon, or its ancient site, and Jerusalem. Iraq prophetically is very significant in this regard. Perhaps the most up-to-date terminology we can use to describe the sixth empire is idolatrous fascism incorporating both the religious and political aspects of this empire. The existence of Christian “democracy,” much to the chagrin of religious leaders, will disappear when the sixth empire fully emerges.

The above is excerpted from chapter six, The Genesis Birthright, The Blind Man’s Elephant. References to Feature and Sneakers articles are not in the book.

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