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Chap. XV. I be interpretation of the white borje ; and be that Jat upon him; and

in what manner be went forth to conquer ; and what the bowe in his hand
Signifies.

Chap. XVI. What is meant by the red borse ; and be that sat thereon.

Chap. XVII. The interpretation of the black horse ; and him that sat thereon ;

and what is meant by, not burting the oil and the wine ; and what is meant by the

oil and the wine.

Chap. XVIII. The interpretation of the pale horse; and him that fits thereon ;

and what is meant by hell that followeth bim.
Chap. XIX. What is meant by being sain under the altar; and how their blood

cried unto God for vengeancë.
Chap. XX. How the heavens may be said to be roled up like a scrole; and where

the place of the reprobates mall be.
Chap. XXI. What is meant by the four angels who had power over the winds; and
what by the sealing of the servants of God in their foreheads.

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Chap. XXII. What is meant by the firjt and second angels founding , and of the

mountain burning with fire; and what is meant by the third part of creatures

that died in the sea.

Chap. XXIII. What is meant by the star that fell from heavens. and how it

burned like a lamp.

Chap. XXIV. What is meant by the rivers and fountains of waters being made

bitter ; and how those that drank of them died.
Chap. XXV. What is meant by the sun being smitten, that pe could not shine,

but a third part of her only; and what is meant by the moon and stars being

fmitten; and how a third part of them did not shine, nor give light in the night.

Chap. XXVI. What is meant by the star that fell from heaven unto this earth;

what is meant by the bottomless pit; and the key that openeth it; and of the smoke

that did arise out of the bottomless pit.

Chap. XXVII. What is meant by the smoke of the pit ; and by the locusts that

came out of it ; how the saints are called green grass and trees.

Chap. XXVIII. What the four angels were; and how men's beads may be said to

be like lions heads; and what is meant by fire, smoke, and brimstone that isucd

out of their mouths.

Chap. XXIX. What the serpent is; and how they may be said to be the tail; and

bow they may be said to have stings; and how they do burt.
Chap. XXX. How the Papift, Episcopal, Presbytery, and Independent ministry do

resemble the angels of the churches of Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamos, and Thyatira ;

and what judgments did follow.
Chap. XXXI. How the ministry of the Baptist, Ranter, and Quaker do resemble

the angels of the churches of Sardis, Philadelphia, and Loadicea ; and how

plagues do follow át, and in the founding of their ministry.
Chap. XXXII. The interpretation and difference between the dragon's ten horns,

and the beast's ten horns; and how they may both be said to have seven heads apeice.
Chap. XXXIII. No true faith upon earth, but in the time of a commission from God.
Chap. XXXIV. The interpretation and distinction why men may be called a dragon,

devil, or serpent ; and how the seed of reason may be said to be in heaven.
Chap. XXXV. How the beast may be said to be like a leoperd; what is meant by

bis feet being like the feet of a bear; and his mouth like the mouth of a lion;

and what is meant by his deadly wound being healed.
Chap. XXXVI. What is meant by the tabernacle in heaven; and by those that

dwell in it; how the saints are not called the world; and how they mey know
their names are written in the book of life.
Chap. XXXVII. What is meant by the beast out of the earth with two horns, like

a lamb; and what the two horns do fignify; and how those miracles he wrought

were counterfeit, and meer shadows.
Chap. XXXVIII. What is meant by the image; and how the image may be said

to speak.
Chap. XXXIX. What is meant by receiving the mark of the beast in the forehead;

and in the right hand; and how they may be said to have the name of the beast ;

and the number of his name.
Chap. XL. The interpretation of the number of the beast; and how he may be said

to be fix hundred three score and fix, and yet but the number of a man.
Chap. XLI. What is meant by the Lamb that stood upon mount Sion; and what

those hundred forty and four thousand were who stood upon mount Sion with him;
and how the voices of the saints are called the sound of waters, and as the noise

of thunder.
Chap. XLII. The interpretation how men and women may be said to be not defiled

with women ; and in what sense they may be called virgins ; and why the Jews
are called the first fruits unto God; and who the angel was that did fly in the
midst of heaven ; and how the everlasting gospel was preached to every nation,

and kindred, and tongue, and people.
Chap. XLIII. The difference between the temporal Babylon, end the Spiritual Be-

bylon expounded; and how men may be said to drink the wine of the wrath of
ber fornication.
Chap. XLIV. How Cbrist is call’d by the spirit the Son of Man; and what is

meant by the white cloud; and the crown of gold upon his head; and what is
meant by the Amarp ficle in his hand; and what is meant by reaping the earth
and how the wine press of God's wrath is troden without the gates, or city of

Jerusalem ; and what the city is
Chap. XLV. How the saints of God are capable to stand upon a sea of glass in

heaven, as men may upon this earth, they being spiritual bodies.
Chap. XLVI. What is meant by the seven vials of God's wrath poured out 19pon

the earth; and wbat angels they were that poured them out; and why they cre
called seven angels ;, and how the angel of the gospel doth pour out his plagues,

as the angel of the laro did.
Chap. XLVII. The interpretation of the waters being turned into blood ; and how

the waters of the soul of man are turned into blood in the Spiritual, as the

natural waters of Egypt were.
Chap. XLVIII. How the feed of reason did drink the saints blood; and how they
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must drink their own blood; and what is meant by pouring out the vial upon the

Sun; and by scorching men with fire.

Chap. XLIX. The interpretation of the kingdom of darkness in the temporal; and

wbat that darkness signifies.

Chap. L. How the spirit of Cain doth run through all wicked Herods; and how

the land of Goshen doth fignify true light; and the land of Egypt, bell, death

and darkness,

Chap. LI. What is meant by the great river Euphrates in the natural, and in the

Spiritual; and how it may be said to be dryed up; and who they are that are

called kings of the earth.

Chap. LII. How these three unclean spirits, like frogs, proceeded from one spirit,

and yet by their several operations and workings, they may be called three.
Chap. LIII. A farther interpretation of the dragon, beast, and false prophet; and

bow all the worship set up by them is false.
Chap. LIV. An interpretation of the operation of that wisdom that cometh out of

the dragon's mouth; and why it is called by the spirit, an unclean Spirit, like

a frog
Chap. LV. What the unclean spirit is that came out of th beast's mouth; and how

they are cloathed in scarlet.
Chap. LVI. What is meant by the false prophet; and how he came to be cloathed

in freep's clothing; and how these three unclean spirits like frogs deceive one

another, and all people else.
Chap. LVII. What is meant by the great earthquake, and by that great hail; and

how every stone may be said to weigh a talent; and how mingled with fire and

brimslone.
Chap. LVIII. How the spiritual Babylon is compared unto the temporal; and how
false worship may be, and is called mystery Babylon, in opposition to the mystery
of God; with many other things opened; and how, and when the scepter de-

parted from the Jews, and how the Gentile's worship is idolatrous, and so becomes,

or makes up that great city mystery Babylon, the mother of harlots; and what is

meant by her fornication.

Chap. LIX. How the kings of the earth may be said to commit fornication ; and

how the saints do drink the wine of the wrath of ber fornication ; bow the scar-

let coloured beast doth carry the whore ; and how she fits upon the beast; and what

is meant by the beast, and why called a scarlet coloured beast.

Chap. LX. The interpretation of the woman, how she is arrayed in scarlet colour,

and purple, and precious stones, with a golden cup in her hand; and what these

things do signify; and how the woman may be said to be drunken with the blood

of the saints.

Chap. LXI. The interpretation of the beast that was, and is not, and yet is ; and

bow he may be called the eighth, and is of the seven; with other deep secrets.
Chap. LXII. How the woman may be said to fit upon seven mountains ; and what

the mount cins cre.
Chap. LXII. The interpretation of the ten borns; and what is meamt by their hav-

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ing power one hour with the beast; and how they make war with the Lamb;
and what weapons they fight with; and with what weapons the Lamb doth over-

come them.

Chap. LXIV. How the ten borns received power from the beast to persecute tha

saints; and how the same ten kings received power from God to make the whore

defolate, to fulfil God's will; yet all but wicked kings, yet they did bis will.
Chap. LXV. How all this seventeenth chapter was shewed unto John by vision,

and none could interpret it, but he that bath a commission from God.
Chap. LXVI. The difference between the temporal Babylon, and the spiritual Baby-

lon; and how this Spiritual Babylon is called an habitation of devils, and a cage
of every hateful bird, and a hold of every unclean spirit ; and how the kings of

the earth and all nations commited fornication with her.
Chap. LXVII. How the saints may be said to come out of ber; and how the, must

drink her own blood; and what is meant by filling her cup and giving it her double

to drink; and what manner of famine and fire the fall be destroyed with.

Chap. LXVIII. What is meant by the merchunt's standing afar off, for fear of her

torment.

Chap. LXIX. How the prophets and apostles are bid to rejoice over the destruction

of the great city, in that God hath avenged himself on her.
Chap. LXX. How the seed of reason doth walk in the paths of the scriptures, yet

cannot find out the true God; but the feed of faith can find out God in all those
narrow paths where he doth walk; and how the voice of mirth did cease when

Babylon was destroyed; and the blood of prophets and saints is found in her.
Chap. LXXI. How the four beafts and four and twenty elders, and saints do fing

praise unto God for the perpetual downfal of spiritual Babylon.
Chap. LXXII. What is meant by the voice of many waters, and the voice of

mighty thunderings; and how the saints are married unto God.

Chap. LXXIII. What is meant by the white borse ; and by the many crotons that

he had on his head; and of the difference of glory between the work of creation,

and the work of redemption; and how it may be said that no man knew his name

but himself.

Chap. LXXIV. The interpretation of the garment of Christ down to the foot; and

his vesture dipt in blood, and what is meant by treading the wine-fat.
Chap. LXXV. What is meant by the armies in heaven that followed Chrift; and

how they all sat upon white borses, and how Christ trode the fierceness of the

wine-press of Almighty God, and yet not his father's wrath.

Chap. LXXVI. The interpretation of the name of Christ written upon his thigh ;

and how he may be called King of Kings, and Lord of Lords, in respect of the

power of his creation, and the power of his redemption; and how his death got

power over fin, death, and bell, so that he can dispose of death now as he pleases,

for his own glory.

Chap. LXXVII. What is meant by the fowls of beaven; and what the supper is

they are invited unto; and what it is they must have to supper; and how the

saints may be said to eat the flesh of kings, and of captains, and of mighty men.

Chap. LXXVIII. How the temporal power signifies the beast, and the spiritual

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power fignifies the false prophet ; and how they are both cast alive into a lake of
fire and brimstone ; and what is meant by the remnant that were sain with the

sword that came out of his mouth; with the end of the nineteenth chapter.
Chap. LXXIX. The prophet's prayer and thanksgiving unto Jesus Christ, the

only God, who became very man, and yet was very God at the same time.
Chap. LXXX. What is meant by Gog and Magog ; and how the camp of the saints

may be said to be compassed about in all the four quarters of the earth; and what

that fire is that came down from beaven.
Chap. LXXXI. How non-commiffionated men are those that do add unto the pro-

phesy of this book of the revelation, and to all the scriptures ; and how the
plagues written in that book will be added unto them, for going before they were

sent of God.
Chap. LXXXII. How men are said to diminish, or take away from this book; and

bow be bath his part taken out of the book of life.

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