Apocalypse…full disclosure of all the truth, of what was, is and will be.
Most of us are aware of the Biblical connotations of the word,”apocalypse, but few know that the word pre-dates both the old and new testament of the Bible and is actually from Ancient Greek.
The verb form of the Greek means simply “uncover,” and the word is often used in a basic physical sense for uncovering the head or body, or metaphorically for the disclosure of a hidden water source or a hidden wrong.
Very few people know that the original Greek translation of “Apocalypse” means “lifting of the veil” or “revelation”… a disclosure of something hidden from the majority of mankind in an era dominated by falsehood and misconception.
The veil hides the truth from mankind.
There are layers of misconception and deception being peeled back, slowly allowing the veil to be lifted.
However, there is nothing to fear.
All is understandable.
For those whose courage does not fail them, the lifting of the veil is an epiphany, an awakening of immense reassurance.
The truth will set you free.
Truth is both a shield and comfort in the times we are evolving through.
Apocalypse represents the revealing of truth and awareness
of the true nature of things.
In a time of illusion and cover-up…
Apocalypse is to be welcomed.
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