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  1. Bogleech
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    I’ve heard that leviathan is also commonly interpreted as symbolic of God himself.

    Neat topic, though I’m surprised none of the more bizarre, alien-like angels are mentioned, or the “four living creatures” covered in eyes who sing God’s praises. Those guys are pretty neat.

    1. avi
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      But in Psalms, they say God crushes the heads of Leviathan. Why would God crush his own head?

      1. God
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        I work in mysterious ways

        1. Ed
          Ed at |

          Oh my God, I found God.

      2. Harmon
        Harmon at |

        Exactly!!! The writer obviously has not studied the Bible. The second beast is speaking of a anti christ man and his prophet. The Bible tells the beast animals are symbolic. Leviathan is an actual creature.

  2. zach
    zach at |

    nice list I think most of these monsters are supposed to be symbolic for something else like the leviathan sounds like satan and what not

    Im not quite sure about the unicorn thing I havent seen it in the bible before

    1. Liz
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      You will find unicorns in the Bible if you read the King James version. Newer translations have substituted “wild ox” because of linguistic discoveries since 1611. An illustrated article on the discoveries and translation of unicorn: http://www.alefpress.org/Blog%20Pages/unicorn.html

    2. Pastor Connor
      Pastor Connor at |

      God works in mysterious ways,the bible also works the way too.The monsters in this list are NOT symbolic,but are clues to the end of days.

  3. zach
    zach at |

    “sigh”the ignorance of atheists still surprises me

    1. Amy Hall
      Amy Hall at |

      I’m in a religious debate with a friend and she brought this up. It’s the first time I’ve heard about a few of these creatures and I have very little knowledge of them. Would you mind explaining about them?

  4. Imanatheist
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  5. lugojiano
    lugojiano at |

    reality is stranger as fiction, some beasts are not matching the photos and some other are just idiomatic metaphors but the Bible is truly the Word of God! Praise Jesus!

    1. mostscents
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  6. Cole Towers
    Cole Towers at |

    Personally, I think that nephilim are half-gods from ancient mythologies. Theory “sons of god” and “daughters of men” fits into mythological tales like ones of Zeus where he takes the role of Casanova of ancient times, having intercourse with human females, from which half-gods were born, like Hercules. It could be possible that gods from other mythologies had similiar actions with human females, which as a result had nephilim.

  7. rachel
    rachel at |

    i think the old english word unicorn actually meant rinocerous.

  8. ceez
    ceez at |

    the behemoth is the beast of land and the leviathan is beast of the sea obviously by the first picture

  9. Daryl
    Daryl at |

    The beasts of Revelations, when taken in context, are symbolic. Dragons are mentioned several times and is not specific to an animal. To call it a croc or a jackal is just as presumptuous as dragon. These translators are doing the very same thing the King James translators did.

  10. Connor Clifton
    Connor Clifton at |

    They’ve killed at least 40% of these on supernatural

    1. Dgable
      Dgable at |

      Yep and still counting!

  11. Mohammad Nikkhah
    Mohammad Nikkhah at |

    I agree with Connor they’ve killed at least 40% of these on supernatural. Thanks Dean (Jensen) and Sam (Jarad).

  12. Mohammad Nikkhah
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  13. Hasan Nikkhah
    Hasan Nikkhah at |

    Yes thanks Dean and Sam and Castile.

  14. Sam
    Sam at |

    There is another creature in the book of revelations. It looked like a grasshopper

    1. Pastor Connor
      Pastor Connor at |

      There called smoke locust.

  15. Seinky
    Seinky at |

    Someone writes a chronicles book and store it in this house. Years later another person, unrelated, finds the book. He reads and decides to make his own histories as well. The story repeats and a thousand tales are written. One day the books are discovered again by someone with talent to make money. He sells the histories as truth and calls himself an apostle making black turn white with his word plays and charisma. Lots of commoners are fooled by the man and start following him. The upper class finally take notice in the movements of the man, some go against it and try to end the group but others think different and decide use it as a way to control the people. They take the books and edit it as they please, the chronicles long written became a bible. They use the faith to exercise control making sacred wars occur using the excuse of salvation. On each generation the books are interpreted, translated and edited to abide by the rulers will. Now, a hundred generations later, what remains from the original?
    There is no base for what I just said. Its just a story. But maybe a thousand years latter, who knows, maybe it will turn into a religion. 😉


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