What Of "Gog and Magog"?

The terms "Gog and Magog" are used in Revelation with reference to the four corners of the Earth.

Rev 20:7 And when the thousand years are expired, Satan shall be loosed out of his prison,
Rev 20:8 And shall go out to deceive the nations which are in the four quarters of the earth, Gog and Magog, to gather them together to battle: the number of whom is as the sand of the sea. (KJV)

The four corners of the earth correspond to the four sets of groups in wormwood that are candidate left hand static triples to pair with the "jacinth part" (forming the coset thereof) in the serpents of the sixth trump.

That deception is that the Holy Spirit operates between rows, whereas it cannot. The four sets of groups generated by the seven cycle which holds that particular corner of the earth static is of one of eight from the reference thatt shares the jacinth part with wormwood.

That circuit through wormwood would appear to have been made as equally as with that of the least through the churches. However, there is no "fire coming down from heaven" but only in "the sight of men" i.e. those who are decieved by the false prophet spirit from the dragon. These sixth trumpet devices must correspond in each row to the unity, but there is no truth in it - there is no seven cycle across rows of wormwood. The mountains cease to be found.

Then in each case of four (choices of static subgroup) three of four would-be "rivers" do not form octals and act as "plagues" in the earth. The passage on the two witnesses describes how these triples immediately invalidate the claim that any seven cycles of the reference also act on wormwood with the life given through the Holy Spirit - the first resurrection in Christ that is part with all believers in Him. Instead, those dwelling in the Holy Spirit are separated and can not intertwine with those caught in wormwood.

Then as Armageddon is an unavoidable consequence of the wrath, the final deception is that these wormwood octals are under a seven cycle (permitting Satan to claim that he is become "like the most high", cf John 8:44), and that the least has made his circuit as equally with the dragons devices as in the Spirit of God.

And yet the mountains are not found in the sea of glass, the dialectic cannot operate in the rider's (the word of God's) army and only those not written in the lamb's book of life are so deceived and apportioned their reward with the ungodly.

So, the combination of "Armageddon" and "Gog and Magog" accurately describe the results of the treading of the winepress. They both refer to the same event, the final appointment this world has with the judgement seat of Jesus Christ.

To examine the terms themselves I present them as:

G1136 Γώγ
(Trans.) Gog
(Phon.) gogue
Of Hebrew origin [H1463]; Gog a symbolic name for some future Antichrist: - Gog.

G3098 Μαγώγ
(Trans.) Magog
(Phon.) mag-ogue'
Of Hebrew origin [H4031]; Magog a foreign nation that is (figuratively) an Antichristian party: - Magog.

Then I find the same relationship between these two as between Lucifer and "Son of the morning". "Gog" becomes the antichrist (left hand static triple) which when added to the three subgroups containing unity from the refrerence produce the three wormwood groups that are as "plagues" - as "Magog", these three are consequent of antichrist, but here are described as a collection (party) of antichrist.

Each term refers to a northern nation also.

H1463 גּוג
(Trans.) Gowg
(Phon.) gohg
Of uncertain derivation; {Gog} the name of an {Israelite} also of some northern nation: - Gog.

H4031 מגוג
(Trans.) Magowg
(Phon.) maw-gogue'
From H1463; {Magog} a son of Japheth; also a barbarous northern region: - Magog.

Whereas I match these terms to the false doctrine of Israel (in the old testament) as assimilated from the nations which opposed God's people in the OT, I have a reference to the north, which should be addressed.

Daniel's passage of the "kings of the north and south" correspond to the clash between right and left handed octals, as if both were truly valid in the same context. The passage goes on to show the various forms that the two may invent devices upon the other. In the end one king is victorious but does not profit from it. Instead, we see in the scriptures that Christ sits at the right hand only in the "sea of glass" and there is no such clash between the gospel to one hand and the other.

A "barbarous northern kingdom" would then be one that has exchanged its own self for the kingdom of God. The jacinth part shared with the reference across the rows of wormwood has become as the "north" (the static subgroup in subgroups) which forms its fortress.

Whilst the reference shares a subgroup of K4 groups with the wormwood (a fortress) there is only confusion outside that group. (Barbarism, the confusion of the disjunction in the logical schema.) The land is not at peace as the reference is, but suffers a "plague of disorder".

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