I identify Trump as Apollyon “Destroyer” which is another name for Satan. Trump claims he is a ‘Great Builder and Maker’, but, his main goal is to destroy God’s Creation. This is how Satan “adversary” mimics God. Traitor Trump claims he has made much, and thus he has the right to destroy much. This is why he tried to destroy the Republican Party that has been taken over by evangelical neo-Nazis who are hell-bent on starting The Tribulation that will end the world.
Satan Donald Apollyon was jealous of the ornate Capitol full of statues, and thus he sent his minion to destroy it. I rest my case. We lovers of Liberty have found God’s No.1 Enemy! Lock him up!
John ‘The Prophet’
Context of Revelation 9:11
Immediately after the fifth angel blew his trumpet, a star fell from “the sky to the earth” (Revelation 9:1). This star “opened the Abyss” (Revelation 9:2), unleashing a battalion of demonic soldiers likened to a plague of locusts (Revelation 9:3) resembling “horses prepared for battle” (Revelation 9:7).
By this time there had already been “hail and fire mixed with blood, and it was hurled down on the earth. A third of the earth was burned up, a third of the trees were burned up, and all the green grass was burned up.” Next, “something like a huge mountain, all ablaze, was thrown into the sea. A third of the sea turned into blood, a third of the living creatures in the sea died, and a third of the ships were destroyed.” (Revelation 8:7-9).
This is the beginning of the end in which Satan and his demonic forces will be unleashed. He will be permitted to take those who reject Christ as King during the cleansing of the whole earth to make way for a “new heaven and a…
A fountain sits in back of the Trump’s sitting room behind a semi-circle, ivory couch. A crystal chandelier lights up its beauty as it is planted on the tableau ceiling above. It shows a scene of Greek – or Roman – gods and seems likely to be Apollo again, who is often portrayed crossing the heavens in his chariot
And it appears the Trumps have a taste for art and some rather risqué statues.
Sitting above the white marbled fireplace is Apollo, Zeus’s son, and one of the most powerful of the gods – being led in his Chariot by Aurora.
And on top of the mantle – Greek vases in Athenian style. They sit again, in perfect symmetry – and in height order with the other decor.
A statue of Eros & Psyche – one of the best love stories in classical mythology – towers over the picture of his father.
Meanwhile, Pyche’s father suspects he has incurred the wrath of the gods and is told at the Oracle of Apollo to expect a fanged monster for a son-in-law so Psyche is arrayed in funeral attire and exposed on a mountain to await her hideous bridegroom.
Luckily, she is rescued by Zephyr, the West Wind, and borne away to a meadow where Eros finds her lying in an enchanted sleep and, over some months and despite being invisible, manages to make her fall in love with him.
Despite her happiness, Psyche is desperate to find out the true identity of her husband and sneaks into Eros’s room where in surprise at his beauty, she spills hot oil on him.