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I would just like to add something now regarding the apocalyptic events following 'The Four Horsemenquot;. Remember I said that these . . . worldwide catastrophes get worse. If we go by my interpretation of 'The Four Horsemen', they progressively get worse and worse. And I speculate that the Christian persecution, which is mentioned at the end of Chapter 6 of Revelation . . .
that if we follow the pattern . . . we are looking at up to 100 million before the next seal is broken (that being the megathrust earthquake, which will be even worse). But then, Revelation 8, now, we are talking about a volcanic eruption in Revelation
Chapter 8. And one that would cause that much devastation that it would affect the entire world and cause the death count to be in excess of 100 million, we can only be talking about a super eruption here. So it's not far fetched at all, what I have said about Yellowstone. It's the supervolcano that is overdue a super eruption,
It's an active volcano, there's a volcano mentioned in Revelation Chapter 8, and it's one of the end time apocalyptic events. So . . . yeah. And they get worse; they get worse. So I'm pretty sure that's what we are talking about here. A volcano in Revelation, to be worthy of the Book of Revelation, it would have to be a super eruption.
And it will affect one third part of the world, the seas, the ships, the sky. And all of this is just so reminiscent of a super eruption. It all sounds very much like the effects of a super eruption. So that's what we are talking about there. There's a volcano mentioned in Revelation, and considering what's already been with the horsemen,
it's got to be a super eruption, hasn't ité No volcanic eruption, just a standard volcanic eruption, would cause that much devastation. So I have done a bit more research on the super eruption of Yellowstone, and what that would mean for mankind, and what's interesting is all of North America would be devastated.