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An ominous sign: A strange new statue of the “beast” from the Apocalypse was installed by the UN

An ominous sign: A strange new statue of the "beast" from the Apocalypse was installed by the UN 1

In November, a statue called “the guardian of international peace and security” was erected near the UN headquarters in New York. As explained by the UN – the statue is “a fusion of a jaguar and an eagle.”

Thre giant statue looks like something out of a science fiction film. It is unlike any known creature on our planet. Instead, it is literally “sketched” from the “beast” described in the book of Revelation.

Formally, the creative was created by the artists Jacobo and Maria Angeles and was donated to the UN by the government of Oaxaca, Mexico, but the biblical subtext there is quite definite – many noticed the eerie similarity of the sculpture to the biblical dream of Daniel:

“And the beast that I saw was like a leopard, and his feet were like the feet of a bear, and his mouth was like the mouth of a lion; and the dragon gave him his strength, and his place, and great power.”

In this dream, there were four animals in total: a lion with wings, a bear with fangs, a leopard with four wings, and an animal with ten horns.

The beasts represent all the kingdoms that conquered Israel. The lion with wings is Babylon. The bear is Persia. The leopard with four wings is Greece, and the last and most dangerous of them is Rome.

Later in the 13th chapter of Revelation, we learn that this “beast” represents the Antichrist, who will rule the whole world in the days of great tribulation.

Thus, this verse is a reference to the final atonement, whereby the Messiah will rise up and destroy Israel’s enemies, represented by beasts, so that he can reign supreme later.

If this statue was indeed specially designed after the “beast” of Revelation 13, is it possible that the United Nations has just spread a huge “red carpet” for the Antichrist?

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Having a statue representing biblical Persia at UN headquarters could be an ominous sign, as world powers have recently renewed cooperation with Iran, present-day Persia, to negotiate a potential solution to Tehran’s apocalyptic nuclear ambitions.

Many conspiracy theorists have long noticed this more than strange sculpture, and to what has been said above, one can only add that the beast with ten horns is, as many think, not so much Rome as a nuclear club, which includes eight countries and North Korea. If not today, then tomorrow Iran will creep into the club.

Even if the UN publicly acknowledged that this statue represents the Antichrist, only a very small segment of the population would associate this event with the existence of the Deep State. We are indeed living in very troubled times, and the scene is definitely preparing for the cataclysm that the shadow elite has in store for us, and described in the book of Revelation.


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