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Daniel’s Vision: The United States’ Role As Babylon

The United States (as a political extension of Rome and a byproduct of the English Empire) stands the final world power before the Lord returns as outlined in Daniel’s dream interpretation to Nebuchadnezzar. Thereby, the U.S. fits the criteria necessary to identify it as “Mystery Babylon” and SEPARATE FROM HER as the Lord instructed to Pastor Pam and spread the word to His church.


Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream

In Nebuchadnezzar's dream, a colossal statue was revealed. This statue represents the succession of world powers throughout history, with each part of the statue symbolizing a different empire or era.

Daniel 2:32-34 (AMP) "... As for this statue, its head was made of fine gold, its breast and its arms of silver, its belly and its thighs of bronze, its legs of iron, its feet partly of iron and partly of clay. As you were looking, a stone was cut out without [human] hands, and it struck the statue on its feet of iron and clay and crushed them."


Head of Gold – The Babylonian Empire

The head of gold in the statue represented the Babylonian Empire, with King Nebuchadnezzar as its most prominent ruler. The Babylonian Empire's reign played a pivotal role in biblical history, including the destruction of Jerusalem.

Daniel 2:37-38 (AMP) "You, O king, are the king of [earthly] kings, to whom the God of heaven has given the kingdom, the power, the strength, and the glory; and wherever the sons of men dwell, and the beasts of the field, and the birds of the sky, He has given them into your hand and has made you ruler over them all. You are the head of gold."


Chest of Arms & Silver – The Medo-Persian Empire

The chest and arms of silver represented the Medo-Persian Empire, a kingdom that followed Babylon. While it was a significant power, it was considered inferior to Babylon in that it did not overturn “Judah, the typical kingdom of God with its capital at Jerusalem.”

“Some 200 years earlier, Isaiah had foretold this kingdom, even giving the name of its victorious king—Cyrus. (Isaiah 13:1-17; 21:2-9; 44:24–45:7, 13).”