The Rider on the Black Horse-Week-28

The Third Horseman of the Apocalypse carries scales, representing trade and commerce, but the Greek word is translated elsewhere in the New Testament as “yoke,” a symbol of slavery and oppression.

We connect the economic system of the Antichrist to the first global government, Nimrod’s kingdom of Uruk, and explain why we believe the rider on the black horse was the Babylonian god Nabu—better known to us as Hermes or Mercury. resizeimage 1