The trail gets very
specific about how you get to the next destination after Alexander
the Great thunders through Medo-Persia and turns it into the Grecian
death leaves the Empire up for grabs, and it falls to four of his
Generals. Two drop off the edge of history while one, Ptolemy , the
king of the south, rules over Egypt and the other, Seleucus, becomes
the King of the North, or the Middle East.
The lands of the
Seleucid Kingdom fall to Rome in it’s time casting the die that
marks out the territory from which will emerge Daniel’s “little
horn” character of the final days.
And as with all of the
Kingdoms of the image, Rome fades from history.
The Christian road is
grafted onto the Jewish road in the time of the Romans.
The fast expanding
Moslem Empire is next to occupy that land in history led by
Muhammad, the prophet of Allah, the Hashemite King,
fulfilling John's prophecy and becoming the seventh Empire in the
succession on that land; Nebuchadnezzar's feet, out of which the
toes, or Antichrists Kingdom would grow in the concluding days of
The Hashemite Kingdom
covered all of the Seleucid Kingdom of old except for what is now