The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse revealed
Satan and his angels will deceive the world (Rev. 12:9) to fight God at Armageddon (Rev. 16:14-16). To achieve that end a radical shift in times and law (Dan. 7:25) must first occur. Only the threat of human extinction can make the world submit to his New World Order and Messiah.
Satan and Elohim arrive promising a New Age of peace and safety, immortality. But the earth is suspicious. Then War, Famine, Pestilence and Death overwhelm the world’s systems, humanity is terrified extinction has come (Mt. 24:6). When that tipping point is reached, a strong delusion conquers the earth (2 Th. 2:7-12), Satan’s promise of global peace and safety (1 Th. 5:3) under the New World Order and False Messiah (2 Th. 2:3-4), the Beast that rises from the sea of spiritism (Rev. 13:1-4).
Now I saw when the Lamb opened one of the seals; and I heard one of the four living creatures saying with a voice like thunder, “Come and see.” (Rev. 6:1 NKJ)
The four living creatures stand in the middle of the four sides of God’s throne (Rev. 4;6), each viewing events on the earth. John is in heaven (Rev. 4:1) and they command him “come and see” as the Four Horsemen make their sudden appearance, which implies they come into existence on the earth and are not sent by God. Corroborating this inference, the normal duties of the four living creatures (Rev. 4:6-9) is worshipping God and at times with the 24 Elders (Rev. 4:10; 5:6-14; 7:11; 19:4). They do not deal with the earth directly even when it involves the bowls of God’s wrath, they give them to the seven angels to pour out (Rev. 15:7).
Therefore, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are symbolically demon riders sent by Satan, at the beginning of the End-Time Week of seven years. These prepare the earth to accept the revelation of the Antichrist (1 John 2:18) Son of Perdition (2 Thess. 2:3), the Lawless One (2 Thess. 2:8-10).
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are sent to create the crisis conditions necessary for “times and law” of human governance to change. The premise of “divine right” (Dan. 7:25), that ultimately God is sovereign over all.
The evil character of these four horsemen is revealed by their fruits (Mt. 7:18-20). The white color of the first is a disguise projecting “good”. The war famine and pestilence they cause, follow the same sequence Christ gave: First Seal False Christ (Rev. 6:2; Mt. 24:4-5); Second Seal Wars and civil unrest (Rev. 6:3-4; Mt. 24:6-8); Third Seal Famine (Rev. 6:5-6); Fourth Seal pestilence (Rev. 6:7-8); Fifth Seal Martyrs (Rev. 6:9-11; Mt. 24:9-10); Sixth Seal Earthquake (Rev. 6:12-17; Mt. 24:15-20).
That similar sequence indicates Christ had this rider on the white horse in mind when He warned about false Christ who “will deceive many” (Mat. 24:3-5). Context confirms the first rider is evil, because the three who follow him are (Rev. 6:2-8).The End-Time false Christ does “lying” signs and wonders, genuine miracles that “lie” God will accept unrepentant sinners into the Kingdom (1 Cor. 6:9-10). They deceive mankind falsehood is truth replacing the authority of the Word of God with experiential Christianity (2 Thess. 2:9-12). Called the “man of sin” (2 Thess. 2:3) because he is the “man who will sin greatly” and lead others into great sin (1 Cor. 6:9-10).
The false Christ appears uncrowned, because he is not yet the “prince” to come (Dan. 9:27) the “Desolator”. He is crowned at mid-week when he morphs into the “Son of Perdition” “Lawless One” Antichrist (1 John 2:18). It is then he becomes the pompous mouth of the Beast from the Sea (Rev. 13:5; Dan. 7:8, 20). Like a gun without bullets, his “bow” has no arrows. Its a deception, the real threat comes from Satan who crowned him, upon whose power Adonikam depends (Dan. 8:24). Of Jewish ethnicity, Adonikam has no regard for YHWH the God of his fathers. He honors the “God of forces” the Dragon Commander who gave him his crown (Dan. 11:37-38). Because Adonikam claims to be the most evolved hybrid “seed of Satan” (Gen. 3:15), exalts himself even above them but honors the Dragon Commander (Dan. 11:38-39; Rev. 16:13). That is how he both “opposes” everything called “Elohim”, but claims to be above “all Elohim” yet sits as “Elohim” in the Church the Temple of God (2 Th. 2:4).