AZL flag holder TransparentMillenarianism (also Millennialism or chiliasm) from Latin mīllēnārius “containing a thousand”, can be traced to the Revelation to John; the last book of the New Testament, that Christ will establish a 1,000-year reign of the saints on earth (the millennium) before the Last Judgment. More broadly defined the concept is grounded in the imminent expectation of major social change followed by thousand-year age of peace and abundance on earth. Thus any religious, social, political group or movement holding such beliefs would be regarded as millenarian.
Millennialism is a specific type of Christian millenarianism sometimes referred to as “chiliasm” from the New Testament use of the Greek chilia (thousand). This forms part of a broader apocalyptic expectation involving the Second Coming of Christ and the establishment of the Kingdom of God on Earth. Millennialism offers a fundamental eschatological (“Endtime”) belief that God will judge the living and resurrected the dead. This belief in ultimate divine justice provides a rationale for theodicy-the reconciliation of God’s goodness with the existence of evil in the world. Providing solace for the suffering of countless generations of believers combined with the promise of imminent radical transformation has given millennialism an immense appeal in every age. Also in assuring an end to existing institutions of power millennial beliefs are infused with a revolutionary quality that threatens those in authority. Therefore, it is critical to note that while millennialism apparently stems from the New Testament book of Revelation it is primarily concerned with the earthly nature of the coming “new world”. This has materialistic connotations that merge with Jewish Zio-Marxist conceptions of the New World Order. Intent within this is a featureless mass dominated by a one world government and the drive towards this goal has murdered billions. In fact it is under the banner of ‘domestic terrorism’ that Jewish occupied governments across the globe destroy native resistance to their dominion.

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