4 rider apocalypse names
4 rider apocalypse names
- 1 Conqueror on a white horse, 2 War on a red horse, 3 Hunger on a black horse, 4 Death rider armed scythe
- 1. Storm 2. Xenix Xylux. Angel 3. Magneto
- and to each according to his faith.
- plague, war, death and hunger
- Death War of Discord Rage
- The four horsemen of the Apocalypse are biblical characters, personalizing themselves as catastrophes and cataclysms, anticipating the events of the second coming and the Last Judgment. Described in the sixth chapter of the Revelation of St. John the Divine. !!
- this is the first declassified opus of scouts of the Jews who watched the Roman horsemen rider commanded the legion then it was forgotten and in the middle ages it all dawned on this prophecy blah
- A horseman on a white horse, no matter how can not be Jesus Christ. Since in the Gospel He is described with another weapon, that is, with a sword. Bow and arrows are the weapons of the evil one. Which will give itself out as an angel of light, but the consequences of his coming will be bitter, and terrible for those living on earth. These are the following horsemen, the murdered righteous, as well as a complete dictatorship. All four riders can be compared to one, or as one, but he has different faces, as time reveals his essence, and genuine intentions.
- I somehow wondered about the four horsemen of the apocalypse from the Revelation of John the Theologian, actually the first three coincide with the description of the third and could not find a normal explanation and according to Wikipedia
Does not fit, and nothing to do with the plague ... the very thing that at least perfectly fits the description of the fourth rider found here at least I agree and believable, Zara's drugs are terrible ...
- Mor, War, Hunger and Death
In this interpretation, the image of the first rider changes from Conqueror to Mor (plague / illness), separated, in turn, from Death. 24 So, the first of the riders appears Mor, jumping on a white horse. Behind Mor follows War on a bloody horse and with a huge sword. With the war, in connection with massive destruction and pestilence, the Hunger comes. The hunger is greasy, but rides on a decrepit black horse, embodying gluttony and hunger, respectively. Death comes with hunger. His horse is pale. He is followed by Hell, which absorbs all the remaining souls. 25
- The four horsemen of the Apocalypse are biblical characters, personalizing themselves as catastrophes and cataclysms, anticipating the events of the second coming and the Last Judgment. Described in the sixth chapter of the Revelation of St. John the Divine.
The appearance of each of the horsemen is preceded by the removal of the Seals from the Book of Life by the Lamb. After removing each of the first four seals, the tetramorphs exclaim John go and look and before him appear apocalyptic horsemen.
A horseman on a white horse I looked, and, behold, a white horse, and on it a rider with a bow, and a crown was given to him; and he went out victorious, and to win.
(Open 6: 2)
As a rule, in the Christian tradition it is treated as the Antichrist. However, the white color of his horse is also associated with righteousness, and in the 19 verse of the book of Revelation, Jesus is described sitting on a white horse, which gave rise to another point of view, namely that the first rider is possibly Jesus himself. In the traditional interpretation of the common name of the rider of the plague (Moor).
A rider on a red horse And another horse came out, red; And he that is seated on him is given to take peace from the earth, and to kill one another; and given him a great sword.
(Open 6: 4)
The second rider is associated with war, because of the color of his horse and sword. The nominal name of the rider War (Bran).
The horseman on a black horse And when He took the third seal, I heard the third animal saying: go and see. I looked, and, behold, a black horse, and on it a rider with a measure in his hand.
(Open 6: 5)
The color of the horse of the third horseman hints at the color of the cattle that fell from hunger, and the scales (measure) point to ruthless justice. The following line also hints at the famine:
And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts say, A measure of wheat for a denarius, and three A measure of barley for a penny; of oil and the wine is not damaged.
And although to modern man these prices do not say anything, in the time of John the Theologian this was an extremely high price. The nominal name of the rider is Hunger (Glad).
A horseman on a pale horse And I looked, and, behold, a pale horse, and on him a rider, whose name is death; and hell followed him; and power was given to him over the fourth part of the earth, to slay with the sword and with famine, and with the pestilence and the beasts of the earth.
(Open 6: 8)
The only rider whose name is directly mentioned in the Bible. In spite of the fact that in the Russian synodal translation the horse is designated as pale, the Greek used a special word for an unhealthy greenish shade. The name of the rider is Death.
- To the rider on a white horse somehow brought the name "mor", "plague" behind the ears. In the description of a rider on a white horse, there is not a namk on the epidemic, it is the Conqueror, and no Mor. Mor, Plague is the fourth rider, on a pale green horse.
First comes strife, then war, then famine, and, finally, epidemics and extinction.