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A theory somewhat popular among those who are obsessed with the prophecy from the Biblical Book Of Revelation (though end-times prophecy can be found other places in the Bible, like the Book Of Daniel).

In the Arthurian theory a combination of subjective interpretation, "bible code", and numerology is used in attempt to fit 'facts' laid out in the bible to 'facts' about the legendary King Arthur.

Supporters of the theory believe that King Arthur has been reincarnated somewhere in the United Kingdom and will soon rise to power over all of England and Israel.

It also has something to do with the solar eclipse in August of 1999 which, according to the theory, was when the Beast of Revelation was to 'crawl out of the sea'.

Some examples of the reasoning behind the theory:


ANTICHRIST MUST BE A KING

>>REV. 17:11 / And the Beast that was, and is not, even he is the 8th (KING), and is of the 7

>>DANIEL 8:23 / In the latter time...a KING of fierce countenance, and understanding dark sentences shall arise

>>DANIEL 11:36 / And the KING shall do according to his will, and he shall exalt himself above every god...and shall speak...against...the God of gods

*ARTHUR WAS A KING

-- From http://maxpages.com/kingarthur



ANTICHRIST MUST HAVE DIED BY A "MORTAL WOUND TO THE HEAD"

>>REV. 13:3 / And I saw, one of it's heads as it were mortally wounded to death; and his MORTAL WOUND was healed...

*ACCORDING TO ALL THE BOOKS, KING ARTHUR DIED FROM A "MORTAL WOUND" TO THE HEAD HAVING HIS SKULL CUT AND CRUSHED IN BATTLE

*ONCE AGAIN, THE SAME LANGUAGE USED BY THE BIBLE, FOR THE MESSIAH, IS THE EXACT SAME LANGUAGE USED IN ARTHURIAN LORE FOR KING ARTHUR. OTHERS INCLUDE:

"THE SAVIOUR"
"KING OF THE WORLD"
"KING OF KINGS"
"THE (CELTIC) MESSIAH"
"THE KING WHO WAS, IS NOT, YET WILL BE AGAIN"
(THE ONCE AND FUTURE KING)

-- From http://maxpages.com/kingarthur



HIS NAME MUST ADD UP TO 666 --REV. 13:18

* "ARTOGNOV: THE CELTIC KING - KING ARTHUR'S TRUE NAME = 666.

-- From http://maxpages.com/kingarthur

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