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The "mark of the Beast" can be identified by either the beast's written name, or the numerical value of his name.
Without this identification, one could not buy or sell. The beast and the false prophet gather the kings of the earth and their armies to prepare for war against "He who sits on a white horse".
The battle results in the beast being seized, along with the false prophet, where they are thrown alive into "the lake of fire ".
Those against the " King of Kings , and Lord of Lords" are killed and left for the fowls. Preterism is a Christian eschatological view that interprets prophecies of the Bible , especially the Books of Daniel and Revelation, as events which have already happened in the first century AD.
Preterist academic scholars generally identify the first beast from the sea with the Roman Empire , particularly with Emperor Nero.
The beast from the earth is generally identified with the Roman imperial cult or the Jewish religious system of the first century that conspired with the Roman state to suppress and persecute the early church.
This is probably the provincial governor or proconsul who would have overseen the political and religious operations of the area from his capital in Ephesus  or the High Priest of the provincial imperial cult.
The imperial cult in Ephesus was set up by Domitian in AD This interpretation is based upon the angel's explanation of the beast in Revelation , that the beast's seven heads are seven kings Revelation and that Nero, is the sixth king "who is", who was possibly alive and the emperor reigning at the time John was writing the book.
Revelation Moreover, Rome was known in antiquity as the city of seven hills Revelation and Revelation was a warning about events that were "shortly" to take place Revelation In Revelation —8 , the beast was given a mouth speaking in blasphemies against God and his name.
Nero and Caligula "abandoned all reserve" in promoting emperor worship—they were the only two who demanded divine honors while still alive.
Nero claimed to be the sun-god Apollo. Revelation speaks of the power given to the beast to make war with the saints. Nero was the first of the imperial authorities to persecute Christianity.
Tacitus records the scene in Rome when the persecution of Christians or Chrestians  broke out: "And their death was aggravated with mockeries, insomuch that, wrapped in the hides of wild beasts, they were torn to pieces by dogs, or fastened to crosses to be set on fire, that when the darkness fell they might be burned to illuminate the night.
Revelation says that the beast would continue for 42 months. The Neronic persecution was instituted in AD 64 and lasted until his death in June AD 68, which is three and a half years, or 42 months.
Nero was even called the beast. Apollonius of Tyana specifically states that Nero was called a beast: "In my travels, which have been wider than ever man yet accomplished, I have seen man, many wild beasts of Arabia and India; but this beast, that is commonly called a Tyrant, I know not how many heads it has, nor if it be crooked of claw, and armed with horrible fangs.
And of wild beasts you cannot say that they were ever known to eat their own mother, but Nero has gorged himself on this diet.
The manner of Nero's death corresponds with the prophecy of Revelation : "If anyone is destined for captivity, to captivity he goes; if any one kills with the sword, with the sword he must be killed.
He committed suicide by the sword at the age of The Roman Empire destabilized so greatly that Tacitus reported: "Many believed the end of the empire was at hand" Histories According to Suetonius , to the surprise of the world, "the empire which for a long time had been unsettled and, as it were, drifting through the usurpation and violent death of three emperors, was at last taken in and given stability by the Flavian family" Vespasian 1: 1.
This may be a reference to the mortal wound on one of the heads of the beast "inflicted by the sword" which was later healed Revelation , Wong wrote that the "healing of the wound" alludes to the so-called Nero Redivivus legend or the "revival of Nero" myth.
A rumour said that Nero had just disappeared to Parthia and would one day reappear. Finally, the readers of Revelation were told to "calculate the number of the beast , for the number is that of a man; and his number is six hundred and sixty-six" Rev.
John did not expect that his readers "who had understanding" to have any difficulty identifying the beast, since they could simply calculate the meaning of this number.
The variant probably existed to keep consistent the meaning of Nero as the beast. When using standard mispar hechrechi encoding of gematria , adding the corresponding values yields , as shown:.
Historicism is a method of interpretation in Christian eschatology which interprets biblical prophecies as actual historical events and identifies symbolic beings with historical persons or societies in the history of the church.
This interpretation was favored by the Protestant reformers  such as John Wycliff and Martin Luther , as well as other prominent figures such as Isaac Newton.
According to this interpretation, the beast and false prophet were most commonly identified with the papacy in its political and religious aspects.
The identification with the papacy is a viewpoint echoed by Seventh-day Adventist writers. According to the Seventh-day Adventist Church , the "image to the beast" represents Protestant churches which will form an alliance with the Papacy, and the "mark of the beast" refers to a future universal Sunday law.
Adventists have interpreted the number of the beast, , as corresponding to a Latin title Vicarius Filii Dei of the Pope.
The number is calculated by using a form of gematria where only the letters which refer to Latin numerals are counted.
In , Uriah Smith was the first to propose the interpretation to the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The pope wears upon his pontifical crown in jeweled letters, this title: " Vicarius Filii Dei ", "Viceregent of the Son of God"; the numerical value of which title is just six hundred and sixty-six.
The most plausible supposition we have ever seen on this point is that here we find the number in question.
It is the number of the beast, the papacy; it is the number of his name, for he adopts it as his distinctive title; it is the number of a man, for he who bears it is the " man of sin ".
Adventist scholar J. Andrews also adopted this view. Jimmy Akin of Catholic Answers and additional Catholic sources  disagree with the above argument, claiming "Vicarius Filii Dei, although it adds up to , is not a title of the pope".
The beast from the earth has also been interpreted as the Islamic prophet Muhammed , according to some medieval Christians, particularly Pope Innocent III ;  Saracens and Antipopes , according to other medieval Christians, particularly Joachim of Fiore ;  and the government of the United States of America this is the view of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Samuele Bacchiocchi , an Adventist scholar, has noted that Seventh-day Adventist teaching is moving away from historicism towards a more symbolic interpretation of the mark of the beast.
The Historicist interpretation has fallen out of favor with modern commentaries on Revelation, partially because it has failed to form a consensus on how the outline of the book of Revelation corresponds with history.
Idealism, also known as the allegorical or symbolic approach, is an interpretation of the book of Revelation that sees the imagery of the book as non-literal symbols.
Some Idealist interpretations identify none of the book's symbols with particular historical events while some idealists like Beale take a more eclectic approach which see that the book portrays events throughout history while also predicting some future events such as the return of Christ.
In this view, the beast from the sea is interpreted as the state or any human kingdom that is in opposition to God. This would include the Roman Empire but would broadly apply to all empires.
Therefore, given that the beast of Revelation thirteen is a composite of the beasts of Daniel, one should similarly interpret this beast as a kingdom, more specifically a composite of all kingdoms.
Similarly, in some idealist circles, it is suggested that the beast represents different social injustices, such as exploitation of workers ,  wealth, the elite, commerce,  materialism, and imperialism.
The Idealist interpretation of the beast from the earth is that it represents religious, cultural and economic powers within society which work to compel people to give their allegiance to the state or governmental powers.
This was first expressed in the imperial cult of Rome, but finds expression at all times of history. In his commentary, Michael Wilcock says "Religion, indeed is too narrow an identification of the second beast.
He is, in modern parlance, the ideology-whether religious, philosophical, or political-which 'gives breath to' any human social structure organized independently of God.
The Idealist perspective on the number of the beast rejects gematria, envisioning the number not as a code to be broken, but a symbol to be understood.
Because there are so many names that can come to and that most systems require converting names to other languages or adding titles when convenient, it has been impossible to come to a consensus.
Written by Nick Riganas. Borowczyk's notorious film begins with an apt 'exclamation mark' - the erect penis of Mathurin's stallion, the shape of which fills the screen as it goes to stud.
This film, described by one critic as the "most erotic film ever made" is full of such fleshy exclamation points: those of horses, of the virile servant Pierre, or the eponymous creature.
This is a film whose explicit depiction of bestiality kept it off British screens for a quarter of a century, although an emasculated version appeared a few years back on video under the title of 'Death's Ecstasy'.
Those who are used to Borowczyk's hothouse mise-en-scene will know what to expect as the director characteristically combines matter of fact staging with lustful fantasy, in a way that only a east european sensibility can carry off.
The urgency at which females seek satisfaction in these works is shocking or refreshing according to one's viewpoint.
Although they take their fulfillment, their secret fantasies are largely unexpressed. This of course is done after literary precedent albeit from a tradition typically suppressed or hidden, as in the film itself.
On one level of course, Borowczyk has made a variation on Beauty and The Beast. More precisely his film has its roots firmly in the adult realm of the pre-victorian fairy tale, as well as claiming an ancestory from the verse fables which have enlivened French culture, most famously by La Fontaine.
To be honest, much of the plot of 'The Beast' is forgettable, a dramatic concoction which serves a set-up for the director's impending erotic tour-de-force.
The modern story is a comedy of sexual manners, contrasting the elegance of life in the chateau with the moral squalor and hypocrisy of its inhabitants.
Pierre's repeated, frustrated dalliances merely anticipate the grand inter-species coupling to come. The Marquis' plans, his shabby chateau and brutish son, the forced wedding provide so much window dressing, as stereotypical as the tales that inspired them although Mathurin played by a suitably glum Pierre Benedetti comes across as sensitive as well as animal.
Although nominally set in the twentieth century, the action of the film could with little difficulty be transposed to earlier times - the middle ages say, where the director has found inspiration before.
Apart from the telephone and car, very little intrudes from the modern era. The chateau, full of sharp sounds and still silence, old wooden floors and hushed servants, has an almost institutional air.
The heated harpsichord music of Scarlatti with its strong rhythmic pattern and run of impassioned semi-quavers, adds to the impression of sexual emotions scuttling free beneath the surface.
Outside, the overgrown, rambling grounds have a timeless quality about them. One can almost imagine Little Red Riding Hood skipping through the trees on an errand.
Apart from the baldness of its sexual images, the reason why 'The Beast' provoked such an uproar when first released is because it is an honest, adult work.
It deals with human sexuality real or imagined, with complete open handedness, admitting the pretend life without hesitation. The fantastic elements of Lucy's masturbatory day dreams, seen at length and so vividly after she reads the diary, should alert the viewer to that.
Mathurin is more than just the other half of the Beauty and The Beast equation. He is symbol-made-concrete of the sexual fantasies she and by extension, we enjoy.
More than this her enjoyment of lustful fantasy implies how much we should become the honest brokers of our imaginations.
The original view of the BBFC not withstanding, the result is then that any notion of pornography fades away in favour of recognising our true natures.
Unfortunately, as Borowczyk retreated into more commercial projects, this straightforwardness disappeared to be replaced by exploitation.
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