"Ronald Wilson Reagan 666
Ronald Reagan was the first man in history to meet all of the requirements in the Bible to be named as the antichrist." http://www.cafepress.com/lordsandladies.263484215
The 40th US President - Ronald6 letters Wilson6 Reagan6 - was the "666 1st Beast" prophesied in The Revelation Chapter 13. Reagan's actions were the opposite of the Christ's. Through his "Voodoo Economics" (- George Bush Sr.), Reagan ran up a HUGE Federal deficit! He helped the rich while being a social conservative and being very prejudice (anti-black). Jesus, on the other hand, was a fiscal conservative who helped the poor while being a social liberal without having any prejudices. Reagan was the "ruler of the world, lied to all nations, and was wounded yet lived." - Revelation Chapter 13 (summarized).
This chapter refers to "wounded yet lived" three times! Of course, President Reagan was shot and wounded shortly after taking office in 1981 by John Hinckley. He recovered and resumed his presidency.
Reagan 'battled' the Archangel Michael: Soviet Premier Mikhail Gorbachev. Reagan and his wife Nancy were actors. They appeared in only one movie together: Hellcats of the Navy.
When the Reagans bought their California ranch, its address was 666 St. Cloud Road (google that). They immediately had it changed to 668.
Ronald Reagan was born on 2/6. The prophecy of Matthew 2:6 (KJV), "...for out of thee shall come a Governor, that shall rule my people Israel." Reagan died on 6/5 ; Matt 6:5, "And when thou prayest, thou shall not be as the hypocrites are: for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men. Verily I say unto you, they have their reward.
The United6 States6 Dollar6 is the "666 mark of the Beast that everyone must have to buy or sell with". The back of the US $1 dollar bill has the #13 encoded 13 times, i.e. E PLURIBUS UNUM13 - Rev Ch. 13.
Many will disagree with the above, but it's impossible to argue that it's not a simple6 and consistent code that points6 in the same direction.
- Killer of Peter and Paul
The first text to suggest that Nero killed an apostle is the apocryphal Ascension of Isaiah, a Christian writing from the 2nd century. It says, the slayer of his mother, who himself this king, will persecute the plant which the Twelve Apostles of the Beloved have planted. Of the Twelve one will be delivered into his hands.
Bishop Eusebius of Caesarea (c. 275–339) was the first to write that Paul was beheaded in Rome during the reign of Nero. He states that Nero's persecution led to Peter and Paul's deaths, but that Nero did not give any specific orders. Several other accounts have Paul surviving his two years in Rome and traveling to Hispania.
Peter is first said to have been crucified upside-down in Rome during Nero's reign (but not by Nero) in the apocryphal Acts of Peter (c. 200). The account ends with Paul still alive and Nero abiding by God's command not to persecute any more Christians.
By the 4th century, a number of writers were stating that Nero killed Peter and Paul.
- The Antichrist
The Ascension of Isaiah is the first text to suggest that Nero was the Antichrist.[clarification needed][improper synthesis?] It claims that a "lawless king, the slayer of his mother...will come and there will come with him all the powers of this world, and they will hearken unto him in all that he desires."
The Sibylline Oracles, Book 5 and 8, written in the 2nd century, speak of Nero returning and bringing destruction. Within Christian communities, these writings, along with others, fueled the belief that Nero would return as the Antichrist. In 310, Lactantius wrote that Nero suddenly disappeared, and even the burial-place of that noxious wild beast was nowhere to be seen. This has led some persons of extravagant imagination to suppose that, having been conveyed to a distant region, he is still reserved alive; and to him they apply the Sibylline verses.
In 422, Augustine of Hippo wrote about 2 Thessalonians 2:1–11, where he believed Paul mentioned the coming of the Antichrist. Though he rejects the theory, Augustine mentions that many Christians believed that Nero was the Antichrist or would return as the Antichrist. He wrote, so that in saying, "For the mystery of iniquity doth already work," he alluded to Nero, whose deeds already seemed to be as the deeds of Antichrist.
Some modern biblical scholars such as Delbert Hillers (Johns Hopkins University) of the American Schools of Oriental Research and the editors of the Oxford & Harper Collins Study Bibles, contend that the number 666 in the Book of Revelation is a code for Nero Caesar - Hebrew gematria of 666 - a view that is also supported in Roman Catholic Biblical commentaries.
The concept of Nero as the Antichrist is often a central belief of Preterist eschatology.
This article doesn't mention that John of Patmos very likely wrote The Revelation after Nero's death in 68 AD. John the Divine and his contemporaries believed that the soul of Nero would return. Nero was an actor. 'Coincidence'?