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Appellative “NAME” or “Mark” is LATEINOS, and thy enigmatical Number xes', or 666. Thou knowest (or I will tell thee) that Thou hast not CONTINUED IN GOD'S GOODNESS," but hast signally

departed from the Faith in the LATTER TIMES, by forbidding MARRIAGE and commanding to abstain from Meats, and instead of Preaching the Faith of Christ crucified, as Paul did at Rome, thou “ SITTEST in the Temple of God," there to be “

be “worshipped.Thou hast indeedboasted thyself against the Natural Branches,” as thy thundering Bulls from the Vatican have testified again and again to all Europe. And thinkest thou, 0 Pope, that thy MYSTICAL ROMAN CHURCH shall not be CUT OFF ?” Yea, as certainly as it was predicted concerning Jerusalem and her Temple, before the Event had come to pass, that 2there shall not be left ONE STONE upon another that shall not be thrown down;" so likewise the prediction concerning 3“ MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT," " THAT GREAT CITY,ROME or BABYLON, is, that she shall be “ THROWN DOWN," and shall “ BE FOUND NO MORE AT ALL.” As the Prediction of the former has had its literal fulfilment, so must the latter.

Take heed,therefore, O Latin Pope of Rome, for God did not spare the Natural Branches, neither will he spare THEE: for thy Latin, Roman, Papal Church and KINGDOM; thy Roman City, with the period of thy Ecclesiastical Reign, are NUMBERED ; and the words which the Prophet Daniel addressed to Belshazzar, the proud King of Euphratean Babylon, may be equally applied to Thee, the Proud Sovereign Pontif of “Mystery, BABYLON THE GREAT; that is to say, 1“ MENE; TEKEL; which, according to the Interpretation of Daniel, is this, “ Mene; God hath numbered thy Kingdom,[at “ 1260 Daysof Years,] " and finished it,' [in the reign of Pope “ Pius Sixtus,” A. D. 1798.] TEKEL ; Thou art weighed in the balances, and art found wanting ; as thy NAME LATEINOS shall evidence to all generations.

1 ] Tim. iv. 1-3.

2 Matt. xxiv. 1, 2. Mark xiii. 1, 2. 3 Compare Rev. xvii. 5, 18, with Rev. xviii. 21.

Moreover; in another passage of his Inspired Writings, St. Paul speaks of the Punishment of the Man of Sin," " the Son of Perdition,the Mystery of Iniquity,” (proved to be the Pope of Rome,) after this manner,

- That WICKED ONE, whom the Lord shall consume with the Spirit of his Mouth, and shall destroy with the brightness of his coming.And St. John tells us of the dire punishment and Annihilation of the Beast, whose Ecclesiastical City is upon the “ SEVEN MOUNTAINS of Rome, in the avenging of God's people persecuted by the Blasphemous Latin Papal Tyrannical Babylonish Roman Church and “ Man," whose Appellative is LATEINOS and his Number - 666." And as St. Paul designates this Ecclesiastical Hierarch by the Title of the “ Son of Perdition,” so St. John says,

266 THE BEAST” (whose Number is 666) GOETH into PerdiTION :and 366

and3Her Plagues

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1 Dan. v. 25.

3 lbid. xviii. 8.

2 Rev. xvii. 8.

shall come in one Day, Death, and Mourning, and Famine; and She shall be UTTERLY BURNED WITH FIRE: for strong is the LORD God who judgeth Her.” 1“ And a Mighty Angel took up a Stone like a great Millstone, and cast it into the Sea, saying, Thus with VIOLENCE shall that GREAT CITY BABYLON be THROWN DOWN, and shall be FOUND NO MORE AT ALL.” Wherefore, the Holy Spirit, speaking by the Mouth of St. John, saith, 2“ COME OUT OF HER, MY PEOPLE, THAT YE BE NOT PARTAKERS OF Her Sins, and THAT YE RECEIVE NOT OF HER PLAGUES."

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3- Blessed,then“ is he that Readeth, and they that hear the Words of this Prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for THE TIME IS AT HAND."

1 Rev. xviii. 21.

2 Ibid. 4.

3 Ibid. i. 3,

THE END.

A TABLE exhibiting the numerical value of each of the 24 LETTERS of the Greek Alphabet, with the addition of the 3 Numerical Cyphers denominated επισημον Ταυ, Κοππα, and Σανπι, distinguished by a small mark placed above or below them, as [1] and which points out their individual Arithmetical value according to the Mode of Calculation adopted by the Ancient Greeks. N. B. The Cyphers, or Episèmons are only introduced to supply a deficiency in the Greek Alphabet, viz. to make up units, tens, and hundreds, &c. If the mark be above the Letter or Episèmon, then the said Letter belongs to the Class of Units, Tens, and Hundreds : if below, to the Class of Thousands, &c.

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ii.-SCALE OF COMBINATIONS. A Table of the COMBINATION of NUMBERS, as set forth in the

Eton, Westminster, Port Royal, and other Greek Grammars, to which I beg to refer my readers for an explanation.

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From the above Table, the Reader will perceive how the 24 Letters are employed in unison with the 3 Greek Cyphers, called envonnor Fav, Koma, and Earni, to denote Numbers, and that not one of the numerous stenographical Contractions or Ligatures of the Letters of the Greek Alphabet appears throughout the whole Scale, (See the Table of Contrac. tions in Greek Grammars,) and therefore, it is clearly ungrammatical to use any of the Three Greek Cyphers, or Episèmons, viz. 9. 4. and 2, as the numerical representatives of any one or two Letters of the Greek Alphabet, in writing th AME of a Man, or even in a wo of any sort, for to give place to such an idea would be to allow that the Letters and Episèmons are one and the same thing, which they are not.

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