The Aeontriad Theory

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The Aeontriad Theory
By Rev. John S. Daemon

The following is a theory based on opinion, speculation, and personal belief, meaning it is fiction and cannot be proven right or wrong. It is however thought-provoking and should be considered.

Aeontirad – a period of 3 Aeons or eons each consisting of 666 years. Ex. Aeon 1 from year 0-666 Aeon 2 from year 667-1333 and Aeon 3 from year 1334-2000. The year 2000 ended the third and final Aeon thus completing the Triad. We are now in the age known as the Epilogue of the Aeontriad, which will end in the year 2031* when the Chosen (who was born in the year 1998** or 666 x 3) will come of age and fulfill the Prophecy on or around the third day of the third month of that year.

*2031 is when the Chosen turns the age of 33. This age is significant for 2 reasons. First it goes along with the principle of the Triad. Second, it is the age at which Christ died. The Chosen therefore will become the Antichrist and will play a large role in the End of the Age or Apocalypse. [Edit 11/17/05. we cannot rule out that the antichrist may be female. If this is so, than the antichrist would truly be the opposite of Christ, also as mentioned in the book of Revelation, the "chosen" may also be considered Babylon]

**The third hour of the third day of the third month or March 3, 1998 at 3:00 AM. We know not yet which time zone the chosen was born in but it would be safe to assume that he or she was born in the Middle East. Considering we don’t even know that number of children born on that day, it would be difficult to find the Chosen before the End of the Age. [Edit 11/17/05. 3:00 AM has also been referred to in Hollywood movies and in Roman Catholic teachings as the "witching hour" because Christ was crucified at the 3rd hour (3:00 pm) making 3am the opposite.]

If you would like to know more about the End of the Age read the book of Revelation. Be open-minded and consider that this book was written about 2,000 years ago and the things St. John saw may in fact be in our future. St. John did not understand completely the things he saw (being a man living 2,000 years ago) and would therefore describe things in such a way that others living during that age would understand.

Example: if St. John saw an atomic explosion or mushroom cloud, he may describe it as a star falling from the sky and the sky rolling up like a scroll.

Rev 6:13-14 And the stars of heaven fell unto the earth, even as a fig tree casteth her untimely figs, when she is shaken of a mighty wind.
And the heaven departed as a scroll when it is rolled together; and every mountain and island were moved out of their places.

[Edit 11/17/05. the book of Psalm, as books by and about the prophets refer to such things. Revelation is not the only book that talks about the end times. Christ also talked about the end times in the Gospels]
This writing explains the meaning of Aeontriad. Keep in mind that it is fiction and there is no bassis of is a theory. There is a diclaimer included with the writing as well. Open your mind.
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Interesting to come across this... I too derived the year 2031, after a totally different set of biblical mathematical oddities.. but I'm lacking anything of substance to determine a month or day. If interested in my convoluted musings, hit me back with a reply. :)
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sounds interesting. I'm curious how you came to 2031
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This is amazing and so very interesting! I am very pleased that you have shown me this!
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no problem... ;)
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I was just reading through some of the comments so I decided to put this up

The verses related to Rapture are at the end of the world. There is no real mention of a time after this. In relation to the tribulation, they will happen before the 'Rapture', which I personally believe will test Christians.

Now about this theory. I like it. And it also ties in with a lot of terrible things beginning to happen now. The end of the 'Aeontriad' lands on the year 2000. Now according to what I believe, the world will end a couple of years after the arisal of the antichrist, and tribulations will be faced beforehand. Well the first thing to look at is the obvious 9/11 followed by the War on Terrorism. This could be the beginning of the tribulations. Also I have heard from members of my church that one of the signs of the end, is the fall of Babylon. According to research notes in my Bible (The Tyndale NLT) the original Babylon was located in Iraq, which could mean that we are on the way to the end of the world. It could also mean a modern day Babylon, a place filled with sin. This could be anywhere, the UK, the US, anywhere.

Thanks for reading and God Bless.

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I believe the rapture will occur last, when Christ comes. Beleivers (living and dead) will be "caught up" with Christ as we are taken to heaven.

The world has been ending for 2,000. We have been living in the "End Times." Of course, the bible does not give a time-table, only clues to events that will occur. My personal theory is that the U.S. is the new babylon, because of the sins that are tolerated (and in some cases endorsed) by our own government. Also, I have been researching Masonic symbols and beliefs, and the more I learn, the more I come to see just how "Satanic" it really is...though most nom-Christians would likely deny this and label is conspiracy. It makes sense that if the U.S. was founded under Masonic beliefs, masked in the guise of Christian, that this would be the ultimate Babylon. Anyway....I tend to get carried away in all this
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Yeah i see your point and i too get carried away sometimes
J-Darkholme's avatar
At the ChristianGoth site you mention that this would make a more interesting story than the Left Behind series. That ain't saying much; I've read the entire series (I still own them all, though I do not know if I will ever reread them), and I know how bland they get at times.

In particular I cannot understand the writers' fascination with airplane technology and their insistence on working that into the storyline so much, especially early in the series. This isn't Tom Clancey, it's the friggin' APOCALYPSE! You think the end times would be impossible to make boring, but man...go read the rest of the series and you will understand.
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actually, Violent-Shrinking left the comment (we're both administrators of C-goths, I just recently was given full access). I have never bothered with the Left Behind series. They deal with the Rapture which I don't believe in. I have the whole story this theory is based on locked in my head. Two of my other "prose" works are related to this. [link] & [link]
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I just need to point out, since you gave us this link for consideration or maybe just something interesting to read, why do you not believe in the Rapture when it is clearly spelled out for us in the Scriptures:

"Listen, I tell you a mystery: We will not all sleep, but we will all be changed— in a flash, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, the dead will be raised imperishable, and we will be changed. For the perishable must clothe itself with the imperishable, and the mortal with immortality." ~ 1 Corinthians 15:51-53[link]

"Brothers, we do not want you to be ignorant about those who fall asleep, or to grieve like the rest of men, who have no hope. We believe that Jesus died and rose again and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him. According to the Lord's own word, we tell you that we who are still alive, who are left till the coming of the Lord, will certainly not precede those who have fallen asleep. For the Lord himself will come down from heaven, with a loud command, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first. After that, we who are still alive and are left will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And so we will be with the Lord forever. Therefore encourage each other with these words." ~ 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 [link]

As for your theory, the day, time and age is unknown.

"No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father." ~ Matthew 24:36 [link]

In Christ,

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I don't belive in the rapture. The verses you provided are speaking about what will happen on the last day, when all believers are united w/ God. At the same time, all unbelievers will be cast to hell after the final judgement. There is nothing in 1 thessalonians that describes the rapture. And yes, I realize the day and hour are unknown. As the disclaimer states, it is merely fiction.

thank you for your opinion and feedback.

God Bless
J-Darkholme's avatar
You don't believe in the Rapture? How do you think the End Times will unfold, in a general sense?
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There will be corrupt rulers, wars and rumors of wars, death and destruction. Billions will die from plauges and wars. In the End Christ will appear and all those who have died will stand before him, the righteous on his right, the unrighteous on his left. The unrighteous will be cast into hell, the righteous will stay with him in Heaven...that's it in a nutshell. If you haven't already, read the book of Revelation. It's a more abstract view of the end times, but there is a lot of symbolism. Really makes you think of the state the world is in currently.
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Oh, you just don't believe the Christians will go heaven before all this stuff happens? The Left Behind series is supposed to a literal interpretation of Revelation (albeit a fictional one), with the rise of the Antichrist and wars and all that stuff, except that the series starts out with the Rapture taking place.

I have some familiarity with Revelation, though I have not read it. I have, however, read the Complete Idiot's Guide to the Book of Revelation.

I started reading the Bible earlier this week. I have not finished Genesis yet, though, because I have had other stuff to read and do. It will be a while before I make it to Revelation.

It would be a shame if the Rapture did not take place, though, because something like that would help me overcome the last hurdles I have to accepting Christ. If people suddenly disappeared and left their clothes behind, I would become Born Again right then and there.

But I guess it just won't be that easy for me, will it?
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As as you believe that Christ came to earth to suffer and die for your sins, you will be in heaven. Of course nothing is really that simple...there must be sorrow for past sins and the desire to be one with Christ. Rapture is kind of like purgatory in the sense that there is no scriptural reference that confirms there is such a thing. I beleive we will all be on earth to witness the end...
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What I meant is, if I saw something truly miraculous (such as people disappearing en masse all at once), then I could actually believe not only in G-d, but also Jesus and whatnot. But I doubt that G-d will pull a Road to Damascus-type thing or other miracle with me and fully cast away all my doubt. I have spent close to a year now building myself up spiritually and trying to find G-d, and it has been an uphill climb with setbacks a plenty.

So, to hope that there will be some final release all at once after this is rather naive.

(And in Left Behind, the people Raptured and dead did come back to Earth at the end, kind of)
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God has given you signs, though he does truly "work in mysterious ways." I have often asked God to "give me a sign" and through little signs here and there I have found truth. It is important to not go into anything with blind faith. And the signs that occur can also be from satan or the devil to lead you away. The best thing I can say is have faith, even if only a little...
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ae·on (n)
1. An indefinitely long period of time; an age.
2. The longest division of geologic time, containing two or more eras.

tri·ad (n)
1. A collection of three things or symptoms having something in common.
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