TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 52
Discussing our presentation of Proof 63 in our series, our interpretation of the little horn of Daniel chapter 7, we asserted as a fact that the emperor Justinian is that little horn. Now we shall correlate that prophecy with the prophecy of the two beasts found in Revelation chapter 13. As we have already hoped to have demonstrated here, once the identity of these empires and beasts found in these prophecies from Daniel and the Revelation are established, there should be no doubt that the White nations of Christian Europe are the descendants of the ancient Israelites, who were certainly also White.
64) Daniel 7 and the Two Beasts of Revelation 13
As we had done in proof # 63 in relation to Daniel chapter 7, here we will also begin to present this subject as it was discussed at length in a paper titled The “Little Horn” of Daniel chapter 7, a review of a paper by Clifton Emahiser, which was presented at Christogenea last November. But because of its length and the fact that the paper addresses other peripheral topics which are not pertinent here, we will only follow it for a few paragraphs. Doing this, we will continue to speak of that little horn of Daniel chapter 7, as it lays a firm foundation upon which we can interpret Revelation chapter 13.
So where we left off with that paper in Proof # 63, now we shall resume our summary, and:
Clifton continues to cite his old Watchman’s Teaching Letter, which in turn continues to cite [a book by] Howard Rand [titled Study in Revelation]:
“Then quoting on page 49 from this same book [under the subtitle]: ‘CHURCH OVER STATE: Pope Agapetus, in a dispute with Justinian the Emperor of the East, won his point and the Emperor yielded to the Pope. The head of the Church had triumphed over the head of the government. This was 536 A.D. A Church council assembled at Constantinople this same year and informed the government, as a servant of the Church, that an edict be issued ordering a decision of the council executed. This was done and thus Church and State became united. Persecutions followed, which the Church dictated and the State supported. One thousand two hundred and sixty years of cruel torture and destruction now followed, resulting in nearly a hundred million dying violent deaths’.”
Note the dates, that as a result of Justinian’s own laws, the pope first prevailed over him in 536 AD, exactly 1,260 years before Napoleon had arrested pope Pius VI.