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       Daniel's Fifth Kingdom‑by Dr. Bertrand Comparet


       Thu, 5 Apr 2001 06:57:22 ‑0700


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       "Pastor Bob Jones" <[email protected]>

         Daniel's Fifth Kingdom

                by Dr. Bertrand Comparet

                    It is universally recognized that many of the Bible's

greatest prophecies are found in

                    the Book of Daniel. Many of these are phrased in such

obscure language that they

                    were hard to understand until their fulfillment made

clear their meaning. That is

                    exactly what God intended: for He had His angel tell

Daniel, "But thou, 0 Daniel,

                    shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time

of the end ... for the words

                    are closed up and sealed till the time of the end. Many

shall be purified, and made

                    white, and tried; but the wicked shall do wickedly; and

none of the wicked shall

                    understand; but the wise shall understand" (Daniel 12:

4, 9‑10). However, actual

                    events which have followed through the centuries have

fulfilled these prophecies

                    so unmistakably that their meaning is now clear.

                    One of these prophecies is accepted by all churches

that I know of, and they have

                    agreed upon its meaning for the first 4/5 of it. Yet this

prophecy so clearly sets

                    forth the Anglo‑Saxon Israel doctrines that it is hard to

see how the preachers of

                    these churches can be blind to it; and this is an especial

challenge to all preachers

                    who deny the truth of the Anglo‑Saxon Israel doctrines:

Follow this with me in your

                    Bibles, and then let me hear you deny it.

                    I refer to Nebuchadnezzar's image, which Daniel

explained as a prophecy sent by

                    God. This is all in the second chapter of Daniel, You will

remember that in Babylon,

                    King Nebuchadnezzar had a dream of such obvious

importance that it greatly

                    troubled him: But on waking, he forgot his dream, so he

could not tell it to his wise

                    men, to ask their interpretation. Being a typical Oriental

monarch, he found a quick

                    solution to this puzzle: We read, "And in the second

year of the reign of

                    Nebuchadnezzar, Nebuchadnezzar dreamed dreams,

wherewith his spirit was

                    troubled, and his sleep broke from him. Then the king

commanded to call the

                    magicians, and the astrologers, and the sorcerers, and

the Chaldeans, for to show

                    the king his dreams. So they came and stood before the

king. And the king said

                    unto them, I have dreamed a dream, and my spirit was

troubled to know the

                    dream. Then spoke the Chaldeans to the king in Syriac,

0 king, live forever Tell thy

                    servants the dream, and we will show the interpretation.

And the king answered

                    and said to the Chaldeans, The thing is gone from me: if

ye will not make known

                    unto me the dream, with the interpretation thereof, ye

shall be cut in pieces, and

                    your houses shall be made a dunghill" (Daniel 2:1‑5).

                    This was surely a startlingly unreasonable demand to

make. These were sorcerers,

                    old hands at the game of thinking up impressive but

vague answers‑‑vague and

                    equivocal enough to let them fit their words into

whatever might art

                    they shared with some of the famous Greek oracles.

But to be required to give an

                    answer when you didn't yet know what the question

wasl That was too much to

                    expect. They replied, "There is not a man upon the

earth that can show the king's

                    matter: therefore, there is no king, lord, nor ruler, that

asked such things of any

                    magician, or astrologer or Chaldean. And it is a rare

thing that the king requires,

                    and there is none other that can show it before the king,

except the gods, whose

                    dwelling is not with flesh. " But this did not pacify the

king, who commanded that

                    all the magicians, astrologers and Chaldeans be killed,

because their inability to

                    explain his dream exposed them as frauds. Only Daniel

and his Hebrew companions

                    escaped this purge, because God gave to Daniel the

power to recount the dream

                    itself, as well as to explain it. In Daniel's own words, this

was the dream: "Thou, 0

                    king, sawest, and behold a great image. This great

image, whose brightness was

                    excellent, stood before thee: and the form thereof was

terrible. This image's head

                    was of fine gold, his breast and his arms of silver, his

belly and his thighs of brass,

                    his legs of iron, his feet part of iron and part of clay."

Then Daniel went on to

                    explain to king Nebuchadnezzar the meaning of this

image: "Thou, 0 king, art a king

                    of kings: for the God of heaven has given thee a

kingdom, power, and strength,

                    and glory. And wherever the children of men dwell, the

beasts of the field and the

                    fowls of the heaven has He given into thine hand, and

has made thee ruler over

                    them all. Thou art this head of gold. And after thee shall

arise another kingdom

                    inferior to thee, and another kingdom of brass, which

shall bear rule over all the

                    earth. And the fourth kingdom shall be strong as iron:

forasmuch as iron breaks in

                    pieces and subdues all things: and as iron that breaks

all these, shall it break in

                    pieces and bruise. And whereas thou sawest the feet

and toes, part of potter's clay,

                    and part of iron, the kingdom shall be divided: but there

shall be in it of the

                    strength of the iron, forasmuch as thou sawest the iron

mixed with miry clay. And

                    as the toes of the feet were part of iron, and part of clay,

so the kingdom shall be

                    partly strong, and partly broken. And whereas thou

sawest iron mingled with miry

                    clay, they shall mingle themselves with the seed of

men: but they shall not cleave

                    one to another, even as iron is not mixed with clay"

(Daniel 2: 31‑43).

                    As I said, the churches are all in agreement that this

image represents the

                    Babylonian Succession of Empires.

                    The head was Babylon itself, under Nebuchadnezzar,

who brought it to its pinnacle

                    of power and wealth. In its day, it was the most

important empire in the then

                    known world: western Asia and the lands fronting on

the Mediterranean Sea. It ruled

                    the entire Fertile Crescent. from the Persian Gulf even

to Egypt. The next

                    succeeding empire of comparable power was that of the

Medes and Persians, who

                    conquered Babylon about 536 B.C. The kingdom of

Media was absorbed in the rising

                    power of Persia even before the conquest of Babylon.

This Persian Empire

                    extended from Northwest India and Afghanistan across

the Fertile Crescent, over

                    most of Asia Minor (which constitutes modern Turkey),

down through Syria and

                    Palestine, and even included Egypt. This was the

empire represented by the "breast

                    and arms of silver" in Nebuchadnezzar's dream image.

It was conquered and

                    absorbed into the empire of Alexander "the Great," of

Macedon between the years

                   334 and 331 B.C. Alexander became king of Macedonia

in 336 B.C.; by 332 he had

                    conquered Asia Minor (modern Turkey), Syria, Palestine

and Egypt; he conquered

                    the Tigris‑Euphrates Valleys in 331, swept over Persia,

Bactria (largely the same as

                    modern Afghanistan) and into North India. In ten years,

he had built up an empire

                    covering all the then known civilized world from Greece

eastward to northern

                    India. In 323 B.C. he died in drunken debauchery in

Babylon. His huge but

                    short‑lived empire was the "belly and thighs of brass"

in Nebuchadnezzar's


                    Fourth and last came the great empire of Rome,

represented by the legs of iron.

                    The city of Rome was founded in 753 B.C., and the

Roman Republic, which began

                    its greatness, was established about 500 B.C. Its empire

began with the conquest of

                    Macedonia and Egypt, in 168 B.C. Eventually, the

Roman Empire expanded so that it

                    ruled Italy, Spain, Gaul (modern France), Macedonia,

Greece, North Africa and

                    Egypt, western Asia Minor, Syria, and Palestine; its

frontiers were: the Atlantic

                    Ocean, the Irish Sea, the south border of Scotland, the

North Sea, the River Rhine,

                    the Danube River, the Black Sea, the Caucasus

Mountains, Armenia, to the middle of

                    ancient Babylonia, the Arabian Desert, the Red Sea,

Nubia and the Sahara Desert,

                    and the Moroccan mountains. Its outstanding

characteristic was its harsh and cruel

                    treatment of its subject peoples: as Daniel said, "and

the fourth kingdom shall be

                    strong as iron: for as much as iron breaks in pieces and

subdues all things: and as

                    iron that breaks all these, shall it break in pieces and

bruise." Remember there

                    were two legs of iron, and so the Roman Empire split

into the Western, or Roman

                    Empire, and the Eastern Empire, often called


                    Likewise, each of these two was an enforced mixture of

different peoples, having

                    nothing in common except that they were ruled by the

Roman Army; and when that

                    military force failed, they broke up into their original

fragments. As Daniel had

                    said, "As the toes of the feet were part of iron and part

of clay, so the kingdom

                    shall be partly strong and partly broken. And whereas

thou sawest iron mixed with

                    miry clay, they shall mingle themselves with the seed

of men: but they shall not

                    leave one to another, even as iron is not mixed with

clay." Up to this point, all the

                    churches are with me 100%. Their preachers all agree

that these are the empires

                    which Daniel's prophecy foretold, because they fulfill

that prophecy so perfectly.

                    Now we come to the place where most of the churches

don't want to recognize

                    Daniel as a prophet. Let's continue with what Daniel

said. After concluding his

                    description of the image and its interpretation as these

four successive empires, in

                    the very next verse, Daniel 2: 44, he says: "And in the

days of these kings shall the

                    God of heaven set up a kingdom which shall never be

destroyed: and the kingdom

                    shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in

pieces and consume all these

                    kingdoms, and it shall stand forever." Now, let's analyze

this. First of all, let us note

                    that this fifth kingdom spoken of by Daniel is not like the

first four: they were the

                    creations of pagan men; but this fifth kingdom shall be

set up by God Himself.

                    When shall it come into existence? "In the days of

these kings"‑‑that is, at some

                    time during the existence of the four empires of the

Babylonian order. So, let us

                    refresh memory as to their dates. Babylon and its

empire came to an end in 536

                    B.C., when it was conquered by the Medo‑Persian

Empire; the Medo‑Persian

                    Empire came to an end when it was overrun and

conquered by the armies of

                    Alexander the Great, 331 B.C. After his death,

Alexander's empire fell apart into

                    four parts, as another prophecy of Daniel's had foretold.

Alexander died in 323 B.C.

                    These are the first three empires symbolized by

Nebuchadnezzar's dream‑image;

                    this leaves only the fourth and last, Imperial Rome.

                    The city of Rome was founded in 753 B.C.; the Republic

was established about 500

                    B.C.; expansion into an empire began with the conquest

of Macedonia and Egypt,

                    168 B.C. We need not cover in detail the history of the

Roman Empire: enough to

                    note that, just as the dream‑image had two legs, the

Roman Empire was divided

                    into eastern and western parts: first by emperor

Diocletian, in 283 A.D., and the

                    division became permanent at the death of emperor

Theodosius, 395 A.D. The two

                    separate empires, the western generally governed from

Rome and always called

                    Roman, and the eastern, governed from Constantinople

(the original name of which

                    city had been Byzantium), and generally called the

Byzantine Empire, continued for

                    some time after their separation.

                    The western, or Roman Empire, fought a losing battle

against the ever‑increasing

                    pressure of the invading peoples who were the

Israelites, moving from Scythia into

                    their new European homes. The Visigoths were an

Israelite people, largely Christian

                    by 350 A.D. They were driven west by the pressure of

the invading Huns; they

                    entered the Roman Empire in 376 A.D., scoring a

decisive victory over Roman

                    armies in 378, so Rome ceded them certain Roman

territories; they invaded Italy in

                    400 A.D., forced Rome to pay ransom in 408 A.D. That

year Rome withdrew its

                    armies from Britain to aid in the defense of Rome; but

to no avail, for in 410 A.D.

                    the Visigoths captured and looted the City of Rome

itself; in 412 they moved on

                  into southern France and northern Spain, ruling Spain

until the Moorish conquest in

                    711. In 476 A.D., Odoacer, the general of German

mercenary soldiers in the Roman

                    army, rebelled, captured the capital city of the Western

Roman Empire and

                    deposed the last emperor, Romulus Augustulus; and

this date, 476 A.D., is accepted

                    by historians as marking the end of the Western Roman


                    Meanwhile, the eastern empire, generally called the

Byzantine Empire with

                    Constantinople as its capital, claimed to be ruling even

the Western Roman Empire,

                    although this was claim rather than fact except for brief

periods: From 395 A.D.,

                    the Western Roman Empire was separate. Enemy

pressures were building up against

                    the Eastern, or Byzantine Empire borders, pressures

too strong to be resisted. By

                    about 650 A.D., the Moslems had conquered Arabia,

Syria, Palestine, Egypt, North

                    Africa and Sicily: The Byzantine Empire was reduced to

Asia Minor and the Balkans.

                    Then, in 1074, the Turks captured most of Asia Minor.

Then came enemies from an

                    unexpected source: The combined forces of Venice and

the Fourth Crusade

                    captured Constantinople in 1204, taking also all the

Balkan territories, and they set

                    up the short‑lived Latin Empire of Constantinople. While

the authority of the

                    Byzantine Empire was restored in the City of

Constantinople in the 1260s, all the

                    Balkan territories were lost: They broke up into many

small independent nations.

                    (Remember that Daniel said that the toes were part iron

and part clay, and would

                    not stick together!) For two centuries more, a mere

shadow of the Byzantine

                    Empire continued, consisting of just the City of

Constantinople and its environs,

                    until the Turks captured the city in A.D. 1453, ending the

last pretense of the

                    existence of this leg of the Roman Empire.

                    So the year 1453 marks the end of the four

world‑empires of Nebuchadnezzar's

                    dream‑image. Remember now, the words which many

preachers won't face

                    because it ruins their doctrines: in Daniel 2: 44, Daniel

said, "In the days of these

                    kings shall the God of Heaven set up a kingdom which

shall never be destroyed: and

                    the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall

break in pieces and

                    consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand forever."

We must find God's own

                    kingdom in this world, not in some remote future to

which the preachers would

                    like to assign it, but NOW: It must have had its

beginning "in the days of these kings"

                    ‑‑and therefore we must study this period which we

have seen, extends from

                    Daniel's own time, about 600 B.C. to not later than 1453

A.D.; for that is the period

                    in which the kings of the Babylonian succession of

Empires ruled, as we have just

                    seen. Why do the preachers like to ignore this verse of

Daniel's prophecy? Because

                    there is a great kingdom which was set up within that

period, and which still

                    exists, just as God promised through Daniel that it

would. But it is a nation of

                    Anglo‑Saxon Israel: And if they recognize this as a

kingdom which the God of

                    Heaven set up, they can no longer deny the truth of the

Anglo‑Saxon Israel

                    doctrines. So they would rather try to make a liar of

Daniel than to admit that their

                    own doctrines are in error and that God has kept His

promises to His people Israel.

                    If it shocks you to think that the nations of Anglo‑Saxon

Germanic and Scandinavian

                    Israel today are the Kingdom of God, then prepare to be

shocked, for that is just

                    what I am about to prove. The Kingdom of God is the

only everlasting kingdom.

                    Psalm 22: 27‑28 says, "All the ends of the world shall

remember and turn unto the

                    Lord: and all the kindreds of the nations shall worship

before Thee. For the

                    kingdom is the Lord's: and He is the governor among

the nations." Psalm 145: 13‑14,

                    says, "Thy kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and Thy

dominion endureth

                    throughout all generations. " Daniel 4: 3 adds, "How

great are His signs, And how

                    mighty are His wonders, His kingdom is an everlasting

kingdom, and His dominion is

                    from generation to generation. "

                    But this Kingdom of God is not just an abstract idea, lost

somewhere among the

                    clouds; it is a very real kingdom upon this earth. It has

not been governed as well

                    while mere men rule it as it will be when Jesus Christ

returns to be its king;

                    nevertheless, it is still the Kingdom of God, here on

earth. Remember how Jesus

                    Christ, Himself, in Matthew 21: 43, told the Jewish

usurpers who ruled in Judea,

                    "Therefore say I unto you, The Kingdom of God shall be

taken from you, and given

                    to a nation bringing forth the fruits thereof."

                    God had repeatedly promised to establish a

kingdom‑God's own kingdom‑‑in this

                    world, and place descendants of King David upon the

throne of God's Kingdom. In 1

                    Chronicles 17: 11‑12, 14, God's promise to David was, "I

will raise up thy seed after

                    thee, which shall be of thy sons, and I will establish his

kingdom. He shall build Me

                    a house, and I will establish his throne forever .. I will

settle him in Mine house

                    and in My Kingdom forever: and his throne shall be

established forevermore."

                    David believed God's promise, for in 1 Chronicles 28:

4‑5, David said, "Howbeit the

                    God of Israel chose me before all the house of my

father to be king over Israel

                    forever: for He hath chosen Judah to be the ruler; and

of the House of Judah, the

                    house of my father; and among the sons of my father

He liked me to make me king

                    over all Israel: And of my sons (for the Lord hath given

me many sons) He hath

                    chosen Solomon my son to sit upon THE THRONE OF

THE KINGDOM OF the Lord over

                    Israel. "

                    This is a very real and substantial kingdom on this

earth. In His famous parable of

                    the tares sown among the wheat, in Matthew 13: 38, 41,

Jesus Christ said, "The

                    field is the world; the good seed are the children of The

Kingdom: but the tares

                    are the children of the wicked one. The Son of man shall

send forth His angels, and

                    they shall gather OUT OF HIS KINGDOM all things that

offend, and them that do

                    iniquity." Certainly the children of Satan, those who

offend and do iniquity, are not

                    in Heaven with God, so that they will yet have to be

gathered out of Heaven: but

                    they are still here in this world, living here among the

nations of Anglo‑Saxon,

                    Germanic and Scandinavian Israel, for you meet them

and have business dealings

                    with them every day: So this is the same Kingdom of

God of which Jesus Christ


                    The Bible leaves no doubt that, when Jesus Christ

returns to rule the world, He will

                    sit upon the throne of this very same kingdom. Isaiah 9:

7, which all churches

                    recognize is prophesying of Jesus Christ, says, "Of the

increase of His government

                    and peace there shall be no end, upon the throne of

David and upon his Kingdom,

                    to order it, and to establish it with judgment and with

justice from henceforth

                    even forever. The zeal of the Lord of Hosts will perform

this." Confirming this, in

                    the New Testament we find the same thing in Luke 1:

32‑33, "He shall be great, and

                    shall be called the Son of the Highest: and the Lord God

shall give unto Him the

                    throne of his father David: and He shall reign over the

House of Jacob forever;

                    and of His kingdom there shall be no end. " But this is

still the same kingdom of

                    Israel which God established under King David, a

kingdom of God's saints, who are

                    the Children of Israel. Daniel 7: 27 confirms it: "And the

kingdom and dominion, and

                    the greatness of the kingdom under the whole heaven,

shall be given to the people

                    of the saints of the Most High, whose kingdom is an

everlasting kingdom, and all

                    dominions shall serve and obey Him."

                    So now we know these things: (1) the time within which

God will set up the fifth

                    great empire, which is "in the days of these kings" of

the Babylonian series of four

                    Gentile empires, between 600 B.C. and 1453 A.D.; (2)

that the kingdom which God

                    will set up is an everlasting kingdom‑‑and only the

Kingdom of God is everlasting;

                    (3) that it is an Israel kingdom, in fulfillment of God's

promises to David and to

                    God's chosen people, Israel.

                    For a little foundation information, we must go back

even before 1500 B.C. The

                    Israelites were then in Egypt. In Genesis 49: 8‑10 the

throne had been promised to

                    the Tribe of Judah until Jesus Christ takes the throne.

Judah had twin sons, Pharez

                    and Zarah; but Pharez was born before Zarah, so Pharez

inherited the right to the

                    throne. Ancient writings record that the descendants of

Zarah were very able

                    men‑‑even King Solomon being compared to them in

wisdom. Since they could

                    never take the throne in Palestine, where their ability

could be used in governing

                    the people, a large part of the descendants of Zarah left

Egypt even before the

                    general exodus, looking for places where their abilities

could be fully used. They

                    migrated northward along the east coast of the

Mediterranean Sea, where they

                    settled along the coasts of Asia Minor and in parts of

Greece; they founded the city

                    of Troy, and also the city of Miletus. It is accepted

British history that after the fall

                    of Troy, as described in Homer's great poem, the Iliad,

Brutus the Trojan led a party

                    of Trojans to the west, and finally landed in Britain

where they founded the city of

                    London. The place where he landed is marked by a


                    The city of Miletus became powerful and famous. Its

coins were stamped with the

                    lion of Judah. Milesian mercenary troops were hired by

Egypt as border guards. It

                    established several colonies, the most important of

which was in Spain. This

                    Milesian colony in Spain became powerful, and an

expedition they sent to Ireland

                    captured the whole island. Before that time, there were

several tribal kings in

                    various parts of Ireland, but the Milesians united them in

one kingdom, Eochaidh

                    the Heremon becoming the first king of Ireland,

somewhat before 600 B.C. The

                    Milesian kings ruled Ireland until the overthrow of

Roderick O'Conner, the last

                    native Irish king, by the invading Anglo‑Norman armies

under King Henry II of

                    England, in 1171 A.D. The Irish of today who have

names beginning with "Mc" or "0"

                    are descendants of the Milesians.

                    In the early centuries of the Christian Era, Ireland was

known as Scotia, and its

                    people as Scots. More and more settlements were

made by them on the northern

                    part of the island of Great Britain, until by a little after

500 A.D. they founded a

                    separate nation, Scotland. For a time, Ireland was called

Scotia Major and Scotland

                    Scotia Minor.

                    Meanwhile, the raids of the fierce Norse and Danish

Vikings on the east coast of

                    England had become so terrible, after withdrawal of the

last of the Roman legions

                    in 408 A.D., that the Britons invited settlements along

the Channel coast by the

                    Jutes, Angles and Saxons‑‑Jutland being a part of

modern Denmark, the Angles

                    coming from what is modern Schleswig in Germany,

and the Saxons being part of

                    the people who gave their name to Saxony in Germany.

You will recall that before

                    the Israelites left Scythia, two of their tribes were

already known as the Angli (the

                    Latin form of "Angles") and the Saxons. So by the year

600, we have Ireland,

                    Scotland and England settled by Israelite people. Norse

and Danish Vikings also

                    settled areas along the English Channel coast. In my

discussion of Historic Proof of

                    Israel's Migration, I have mentioned the proof of the

migration of the Israelites from

                    Scythia into Northern and Western Europe, so there can

be no doubt that the

                    settlers of the British Isles are Israelites.

                    However, this period did not bring a consolidation of

them into a single kingdom:

                    Only Ireland was united under a single king, while the

island of Great Britain was

                    broken into many petty kingdoms, always at war with

each other. We must look to

                    a later date to find the consolidation into one kingdom.

                    It is well‑established history that Norse Vikings raided

the coasts of Gaul (which is

                    modern France) for centuries: even capturing and

looting the city of Paris three

                    different times. Finally, in 911 A.D., King Charles III of

France ceded the province

                    of Normandy, on the Channel coast, to a Viking Chief,

Rollo, who became the first

                    Duke of Normandy; this was done on condition that

Rollo would settle large numbers

                    of Norsemen there, to form a buffer against further raids

by Viking chiefs. In fact,

                    the word "Norman" is really just a form of "Norseman,"

and shows the racial make‑up

                    of its population. From Normandy came Duke William of

Normandy, William the

                    Conqueror, in the year 1066 A.D., in a successful

invasion of England. His Norman

                    followers were Israelite Norsemen, of the same racial

strain as much of the

                    population of England.

                    William the Conqueror established the English kingdom

which has continued

                    without a break since the year 1066 A.D. True, there

have been battles between

                    competing claimants to the throne: but the successful

contender never was a

                    conqueror setting up a new kingdom‑‑he was always a

claimant to the existing

                    throne of England. This kingdom has had an unbroken

existence since the year 1066

                    A.D. It is well established historical fact that the Kings of

England (and the Queens,

                    in the two reigns when there was no King), have all

been descendants of King David

                    of Israel. Thus, God's promise in Jeremiah 33: 17 that

David shall never lack a

                    descendant to sit upon the throne of Israel, has been


                    But let's get back to Daniel and his five kingdoms. All

the churches agree that

                    history has proved the four kingdoms represented by

Nebuchadnezzar's image to be

                    Babylon, Medo‑Persia, Alexander's empire, and Rome.

Then Daniel goes on to say, in

                    Daniel 2: 44, that "IN THE DAYS OF THESE KINGS"‑‑and

in the preceding verses he

                    has been careful to mention only FOUR kingdoms, the

last of which we know to be

                    the Roman Empire‑‑"in the days of these kings shall the

God of heaven set up a

                    kingdom which shall never be destroyed." Daniel never

speaks of the toes or the

                    clay in them as kings or kingdoms.

                    The continuity of the Throne of David, through Ireland,

Scotland and England, is

                    historically established. Now, what about the time of its

establishment as the

                    Kingdom of England? As we saw the final end of the

Roman Empire came in the year

                    1453 A.D. But the present Kingdom of England was

established in the year 1066

                    A.D., well within what Daniel calls "the days of these


                    All the churches are willing to recognize Daniel as an

inspired prophet through the

                    interpretation of the vision of the image as representing

the four successive

                    world‑empires. "In the days of these kings" the

Kingdom of England was established

                    and it became a world‑empire many times greater than

all the previous empires of

                    world history. If this is not the kingdom set up by the

God of heaven Himself, as

                    Daniel says, then how did God happen to overlook the

most remarkable kingdom in

                    all human history? No, this isn't according to the

accepted doctrines of most

                    churches; and they would rather reject the word of God

than admit that any of

                    their doctrines might be mistaken. It is a bitter pill for

them to swallow, for it

                    proves that we who preach the Anglo Saxon identity

message are right: The God of

                    heaven DID set up His kingdom "in the days of these


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