Three unclean spirits like frogs flying out of the mouths of the evil Trinity symbolize the “Big Lie” false prophecy God is the leader of an Extraterrestrial race who can be defeated by the combined forces of the Dragon, Beast and False Prophet.
13 And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs come out of the mouth of the dragon, and out of the mouth of the beast, and out of the mouth of the false prophet.
14 For they are the spirits of devils, working miracles, which go forth unto the kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to the battle of that great day of God Almighty.
16 And he gathered them together into a place called in the Hebrew tongue Armageddon. (Rev. 16:13-14, 16) KJV
Its part of the the “strong delusion” (1753 ἐνέργεια energeia 4106 πλάνη plane) “God sent” (2 Th. 2:11-12) when He unbound (2 Th. 2:6-7; Rev. 9:1, 14) the “working (1753 ἐνέργεια energeia) of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders (2Th. 2:9) permitting it deceive rebellious earth.
To appreciate what is revealed here, we must review the context.
The world has accepted the redefinition of God as an Extraterrestrial, including the church (Rev. 6:2; 2 Th. 2:3) . All former concepts of God were cast down (Dan. 8:12) opposed by the Man of Sin who morphed into the Antichrist Beast exalting himself above all (2 Th. 2:4) including YHWH God of the Bible (Dan. 7:8-11, 25-26; 11:36-39; Rev. 13:4-6).
Fast forward a little past “mid-week” after the rapture of the Church (Dan. 12:12; Rev. 14:14-16). God begins attacking the earth, the throne of the Beast in particular. First, a foul and loathsome sore appears on the Beast’s followers (Rev. 16:2). Then sources of nourishment are poisoned (Rev. 16:3-4) and solar flares scorch men with fire (Rev. 16:8).
In response, the Beast and his followers insult God as being too weak to finish them off, thus “blaspheming His name” (Rev. 16:9)
God contradicts revealing the Beast powerless to prevent his kingdom being cast into total darkness, nor could he cure the sores causing his followers to gnaw their tongues in pain. This massive display of God’s power causes a begrudging acknowledgement God isn’t weak. That explains the transition from “blaspheming the Name of God (as a weakling), to “insulting God of heaven” acknowledging his power. Nevertheless, they still refuse to surrender (Rev. 16:10-11).
The Beast’s control over the earth was severely threatened. Therefore, all three Triumvirates fully engage in a massive propaganda campaign designed to restore control and deceive earth dwellers join forces to fight God at Armageddon.
Unclean spirits like Flying frogs symbolize this propaganda to reveal both its power and content. Inspired false prophecy buttressed with powerful signs and wonders that lie it is true (2 Th. 2:9-12). God foreknowing all things, knew the “ancient alien theory” with “reptilian aliens” would be Satan’s device to cause the earth fall away from belief in God. He knew the generation seeing all these things would easily see these flying frogs a reference to UFOs. Having the frogs emerge from the mouths of all three reveal not only singular purpose, but show all three fully engaged indicating a degree of desperation, which certainly fits the context. The world must be reassured the combined forces of the Beast, False Prophet and his Nephilim “reptilian in appearance” aliens can defeat God at Armageddon, so they all gather to fight Christ at Armageddon.
It follows from the many allusions to Exodus (Rev. 16:2; Ex. 9:8-12; Rev. 16:3; Ex. 7:14-24; Rev. 16:4; Ex. 7:14-19; Rev. 16:9 reprobate hearts Ex. 7:13, 22; Rev. 16:10; Ex. 10:21-29; Rev. 16:13; Ex. 8:1-15) the “flying frogs” (Rev. 16:13) John saw were the common frog species found in Egypt’s Nile known as the Ptychadena mascareniensis , also called the Mascarene Rocket Frog because they propel themselves into the air by expelling a jet of water from their bladder. They are seen after emerging from the mouths of the three “prophets” (1 Jn. 4:1-6), flying as it were; therefore “primitive rocket technology” is not implied:
Some object it is unsound to interpret ancient symbolism in an unhistorical fashion, referring to entities neither author or his intended audience would understand.
However, the objection is incompetent as prophecy by definition refers to entities yet to appear and is written for the generation appearing in that time.
Consider the case of Daniel whom the Holy Spirit gave great understanding interpreting enigma (Dan. 2:47; 4:8-9; 5:11-12). Often Daniel was confused by his own prophecy (Dan. 8:11, 15-16, 27; 12:7-8). That follows naturally if familiar terminology has new reference unknown to Daniel. That would explain why “the words are sealed till the time of the end” (Dan. 12:9-10), only those in the end time have the necessary information to understand.
This fits the Apostle Peter’s statement prophecy was sometimes enigmatic to both its human author and angels studying it (1 Pet. 1:12). Paul also speaks of divine secrets not revealed until his day (Col. 1:26; Rom. 16:25-26).