The rest of The Revelation can briefly be
explained as below:
<1>In Revelation 8:2 until the end of chapter
11, the same seven
Angels which opened the
seven seals are described as seven
Angels with seven trumpets. Each of them comes and by their
teachings, which are like trumpets, humanity is awakened.
<2>Later on, after the
Angels leave, when humanity fails to understand and creates many
(bad reactions), the disasters follow to hurt them in order to burn
<3>In chapter 10 the era of the flourishing
described, and how following this, by the coming of the seventh
Angel, the mystery of God
will be finished (Rev. 10:7). In chapter 11 it is described that
these Angels are the
Prophets who will come and prophesize for three thousand-five
hundred years. After that the seventh
Angel will sound his
trumpet. Then the Kingdom of
God and His Glory will
<4>In chapter 12 until verse 14 it is
described how the lower nature of the
was with the human from the very beginning of his existence (the
power of the
tama guna over the
Soul), when it describes
the wonder of the
lower nature of the
consciousness became manifested as
Maya on earth. This is symbolized by the casting out of the
heaven to earth (by
Michael and his
Angels, Rev. 12:7-10).
<6>It is this lower nature that should be
overcome in the earthly life. In fact overcoming this lower nature (dragon,
Maya) is much easier in
this body and situation, because the
dragon (Maya) "...hath
but a short time." (Rev. 12:12). So the "dragon
was wroth...and went to make war with the remnant of her seed,..."
(Rev. 12:17). The war is the attraction of this external world for
those who are in their lower natures.
<7>Chapter 13 describes how this
uses desires and attachment (first and second beasts) to bring
humanity to the ocean of
<8>Chapter 14 again describes the advent of
Christ (truth) and the
Angels that opened the
seven seals. However, some other events which happened in addition
to those described in previous chapters occur in this chapter in the
same time period (three thousand five-hundred years). Again in the
time of the seventh Angel
the earth is ripe and the winepress is used to separate the ripe
from the unripe.
<9>In chapter 15 until 16:18 the same
Angels who opened the
seals are described as
Angels with the last
plagues. When the seventh
Angel pours his vial, The
God finishes and it will be
done. "...It is done" (Rev. 16:17).
<10>After this last
is the time when the mystery of
God will be finished (Rev. 10:7), the Kingdom of
God will come (Rev. 11:15), the nations will become angry (Rev.
11:18), and the ripe will be separated, "...the clusters of the vine
of the earth" will be gathered because "...her grapes are fully
ripe" (Rev. 14:18). <11>It is in the time of the seventh
Angel that it will be finished (The Plan), "...It is done" (Rev.
<12>After all these things happen, then is
the time for Babylon to fall. Babylon symbolizes the making of a
name by wealth and power (or
false ego). It is
described in chapters 17 and 18.
<13>Then is the time for the glory of
God to come, which is
described in chapter 19.
<14>By the sword of the mouth of the one who sits on the
horse, the darkness
will be dispelled out of the minds of the people. "And the
remnant were slain with the sword of him that sat upon the horse,
which sword proceeded out of his mouth:..." (Rev. 19:21).
<15>So the remnant will be slain by the power of truth which
comes from the mouth of the one sitting on the horse.
<16>The rest of The Revelation
describes the two stages of liberation (resurrection)
and how the state of