Chart: The Judgment Of The Harlot Babylon


  • The Harlot of Babylon represents Corporate Christianity and those who support her. This includes all denominations who have accepted tax favors from governments, built elaborate church buildings on tax-exempt properties, who have used tithes and offerings for anything other than support of ministers and the poor, and have allowed government to disenfranchise their own members. These have stopped following the teachings of Christ in favor of gaining wealth and aligning themselves with the world.

  • The seven mountains represent the Seven Churches of Revelation Chapters Two and Three.

  • The five fallen "kings" represent five of the Spirits before God's throne that inspired the first five of the Seven Churches. These five churches have fallen into apostasy. In the image above they are represented as empty thrones.

  • The occupied throne represents the Spirit of the Church of Philadelphia, the church of brotherly love. From this church come the people represented by the number 144,000 - the first fruits of Christ. These are they who follow the Lamb withersoever He goeth, and work in His Temple night and day.

  • The throne on the right is reserved for Jesus, the Spirit of the Church of Laodicea. Laodicea is made up of people of all denominations of the world. Most of these people have backslidden into materialism and earthly comforts.

  • The ten horns of the Beast represent the Ten Commandments. They have one mind. They will judge the Harlot of Babylon by giving their "power" to the Beast for one prophetic hour.

      "And the ten horns which thou sawest upon the beast, these shall hate the whore, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire. For God hath put in their hearts to fulfil his will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled." (Revelation 17:16-17)

  • When the ten horns are first mentioned in verse 12 as ten kings, the angel says they have received no kingdom as yet. Is the the ten horns' kingdom "given" to the Beast because the Ten Commandments on the two tables of stone are found by the Beast? Thus would they receive a kingdom at last.

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