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    2 Absent Revelation Books (Maybe?) [moved from BC]

    It is maybe a stretch, but the two witnesses in Revelation 11 maybe witness pairs in TWOs in persons, places, or things spoken around and about or missing till found.

    It just might some day come to going like this:

    1 Revelation
    2 Revelation
    3 Revelation


    As for hints, wait till you get to the fourth hint at the bottom.

    First hint to it?

    Revelation ended with chapter 22. In a lucky day in a casino you'd hit a number looking like 222 (which are, if turned around, 777). Not an extra 2 chapters to Revelation, but an extra 2 Revelation books to team up with the first Revelation book.

    Second hint to it?

    Revelation 13. How so? Two beast drawing much focus are what? Within it. Simple. That can be a really sick code for a 123 to be understood for there being in total a 1 Rev, a 2 Rev, and a 3 Rev.

    Third hint to it?

    Revelation 11. How so? Not only is the two witnesses mentioned within, but the chapter number makes a 1 + 1 that = 2. Hinting 2 more books.

    Fourth, and MAIN, hint to it? A simple quote:

    Revelation 9:12 One woe is past; and, behold, there come two woes more hereafter.

    The reader first ASSUMES that the woes have to do with what in context is surrounding, but the woes HAVE NO NEED in that wise, which means the woes are something slickly put into place, and for the watchful reader such as myself to figure out. Come on, do you honestly think those woes being mentioned would break what surrounding things were being said, if they had not even been mentioned? The answer is obviously a no. So, I tell you this much, it pays to be watchful.


    What do you think about this fourth hint, where each Revelation book had been put with an affective woe reference to it from right within the very first, came as only known?

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    Re: 2 Absent Revelation Books (Maybe?)

    I believe what you are saying makes absolutely no sense. When the bible was written, it had no chapter numbers. They were added many years later.

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    Re: 2 Absent Revelation Books (Maybe?)

    I see no historical evidence for this claim. As Raybob has mentioned the chapter breaks in the NT weren't added until the 12th century and the verse breaks in the 14th century.

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    Re: 2 Absent Revelation Books (Maybe?) [moved from BC]

    Quote Originally Posted by War John View Post

    Fourth, and MAIN, hint to it? A simple quote:
    I'm not even going to address your imagined mathematical reasoning, it's completely unfounded.

    As far as Revelation 9:12 goes....

    Revelation 11:11And after three days and an half the spirit of life from God entered into them, and they stood upon their feet; and great fear fell upon them which saw them.

    12And they heard a great voice from heaven saying unto them, Come up hither. And they ascended up to heaven in a cloud; and their enemies beheld them.

    13And the same hour was there a great earthquake, and the tenth part of the city fell, and in the earthquake were slain of men seven thousand: and the remnant were affrighted, and gave glory to the God of heaven.

    14The second woe is past; and, behold, the third woe cometh quickly.

    There's the second woe you suggested is missing.

    Which would suggest that there is a 3rd woe also left to come in Revelation. Whether or not it's labeled as such is a different story, for if the woe is not mentioned until AFTER it has past, who then would it mentioned to if that final woe is so destructive that there are none to mention it to? Try reading the rest of the book...it sure looks like some serious and grievous woes goin' there in chapters 15-19.
    Don't seek too much knowledge. You just may be putting more weight on your shoulders than you're able to bare. Let God be the one to decide how quickly you grow.

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