Guardian of International Peace and Security? I Don’t Think So!

Friends, take a good look at the picture above. This new sculpture now sits in the Visitor’s Plaza at the United Nations (UN) building in New York City, and is hailed as the “guardian for international peace and security.” This “fusion of jaguar and eagle” is a very reminiscent of the beast described by the Prophet Daniel (in the book of Daniel) and the Apostle John in Revelation. More on that in a moment, but first a bit about the UN.

Following WWI, the League of Nations was formed to solve disputes between nations, but it failed when only a few years later, WWII erupted. A new, global organization was needed, and the UN was formed to “maintain peace and avoid the abuses of war.” Throughout the years, though, the UN has become politicized and prejudiced. For example, annually, more human rights resolutions are passed against Israel than all the other nations in the world combined, including major human rights violators such as Iran, North Korea, Syria, and Pakistan. The UN is corrupt to the core.

Now, regarding the beast that sits in the UN Visitor’s Plaza as the shining symbol of the UN’s guardianship of international peace and security. What was the blueprint for the sculpture? It certainly appears very much like the prophetic beast Daniel and John describe when prophesying about the tribulation. Read for yourself:

Daniel spoke, saying, “I saw in my vision by night, and behold, the four winds of heaven were stirring up the Great Sea. And four great beasts came up from the sea, each different from the other. The first was like a lion, and had eagle’s wings…”

~Daniel 7:2-4

Now the beast which I saw was like a leopard, his feet were like the feet of a bear, and his mouth like the mouth of a lion. The dragon gave him his power, his throne, and great authority. 

~Revelation 13:2

So, I ask you: Is the sculpture a close representation of what Daniel and John described? Is this just coincidence?

As if that were not enough, let me remind you of another interesting sculpture and another interesting building of another organization every bit as corrupt as the UN! Take a look at this building and this sculpture:

Of course, we’re talking about the European Union (EU). The building on the left is the European parliament building in Strasbourg, modeled after the tower of Babel; and the sculpture on the right stands before the EU headquarters in Brussels and represents the woman riding the beast in Revelation 17.

Oh, and lest we forget, there are many other prophetic nuances found in various places, particularly in Europe. I’ll mention only two more.

Both of the photos above come from Berlin’s Pergamon Museum and capture important structures of prophetic significance. The Pergamon Altar (on the left) was originally built in the 2nd century BC and dedicated to Zeus. Greeks were notorious for worshipping a myriad of gods. It was destroyed in the 1st century AD, brought to Berlin in the 1800’s and reconstructed.

The Ishtar Gate (on the right) was one of the grand structures of Babylonian culture, and was an entrance to the city, representing Babylon’s wealth and King Nebuchadnezzar II’s greatness. He dedicated the Ishtar Gate to the goddess Ishtar. (Again, an idolatrous culture.)

There is much more to know about these two structures, but the point for today is this: they represent cultures of Babylon and Greece (two kingdoms represented in Daniel’s dream in chapter 7!), but were eventually imported and rebuilt in Europe.

I’ll be brief, but consider this: Daniel’s dream in Daniel 7 is filled with wild animals representing the same kingdoms as King Nebuchadnezzar’s dream in Daniel 2, which were represented by metals. Thus, the dreams were prophetic of a succession of kingdoms, which we see partially fulfilled. Take a look at this diagram:

2300 Days 02 - Daniel 2 (HD) - YouTube

Babylon was taken over by the Medo-Persian, which was taken over by the Greeks, which was taken over by the Romans. No one “took over Rome,” it simply fell. Now we are in the “in between,” awaiting the feet of iron and clay to present and finish prophecy. As succeeding kingdoms came to power, they invaded and conquered. Power was imported into those kingdoms.

In the final kingdom, power seems to have been exported from cultures such as Babylonian and Greek to Europe, as seen by the examples above. Is it any coincidence, then, that we see organizations such as the UN and the EU take on “exported” symbols of idolatry and things described in end times prophecy?

Is it really coincidence? I don’t think so! Satan knows what he’s doing, and he is working overtime to deceive and to entice. Stand strong, believers! Get in God’s Word and know how to discern truth from lies because the age of deception is upon us, and those lacking God’s wisdom will surely be sucked in.

2 thoughts on “Guardian of International Peace and Security? I Don’t Think So!

  1. Hello from the UK

    Many thanks for this post, very helpful.

    You might be interested in my Covid 19 summary which set out the current deceptions re the ‘flu which has been re-branded to scare the children of God. I did not understand much of this until I researched last year at 60 years of age.

    The summary also mentions two of the three main groups behind the nonsense, apart from Satan at the bottom of course.

    I have also done a post on the mark of the beast which may be of use.

    Please note I do use humour as necessary on posts and pages to lighten the mood and help make the points.

    Please also note as I have said on my latest post at the end, that ‘Vaccination’ is an anagram of ‘Icon Vatican’ or even ‘I con Vatican’.

    The icon is an idol of worship which is what many are doing right now.

    The ‘I con’ reflects the fraud which emanates from Rome, the Vatican City, as has been the case for centuries.

    Kind regards

    Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

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