The Babylon Code

Solving the Bible's Greatest End-Times Mystery
Narrated by: Kevin Stillwell
Length: 12 hrs and 5 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (377 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

What if God embedded a code in the Bible that could only be cracked in the end-time - a prophetic cypher that reveals how the four blood moons and the biblical Shemitah are just signs of the beginning of end-time events?

Unlocking a great mystery that has puzzled scholars for nearly 2,000 years, The Babylon Code reveals how powerful forces are now at work to create a global government, cashless society, and universal religion as predicted by the prophets.

The result of a five-year journalistic investigation, The Babylon Code takes listeners on a spellbinding journey to explore the link between the world's most secret organizations, the Bible's greatest prophetic riddle, and what world-renowned evangelist Billy Graham describes as a convergence of end-time signs for the first time in history.

This prophetic mystery audiobook pieces together the apocalyptic puzzle - uncovering what may be not only the biggest story and political scandal in modern history but also the secret to both our survival and our salvation.

©2015 Paul McGuire and Troy Anderson (P)2015 Hachette Audio

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Babylon code

Awasome book GOD bless everyone involved in the works of it. Just couldn't stop listening to end time message. May GOD BLESS AMERICA AND LET HER TURN FROM HER WICKED WAYS. THEN HE WILL HEAL OUR LAND!!!

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thought provoking

good book. Most of it, if u follow eschatology is pretty much the same. However, this book had some history about America and world history that enlightened me. worth the time and the author refers to Billy Graham and other Christian writers which highly enticed me! Would recommend.

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You gotta hear this!!!!

very informative. I couldn't stop listening. wonderful and filled with incredible biblical wisdom. I'm about to listen again.

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Best book I have read in a long time!

Will be buying the physical book for myself and family members. I will most certainly re-listen to this book.

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Awesome book!

I really enjoyed listening to this book! Well researched and laid out. It brings all the pieces of prophecy together for you in an understandable way: past and future.

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Outstanding Analysis

Phenomenal job of acknowledging the true events of the real history of the world from 1700 onward with the book of revelation. The fictional history that has been fed to the world truly is a cover up for the greatest deceit of truth that is unfolding.

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Beginner Information

Its great if your new to the subject and want to explore this theory. However its a bit of old news for avid believers.

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Know your enemy...

This book is a gentle summarizing exposure of the powers and principalities that covertly operate with an unwavering fixed agenda unswayed by even generations in its patient selfishly evil agenda of world domination and corralling of the entire world population. It expertly puts a face to the evil we now face in the public realm of religion, economics, and politics, exposing their underlying spiritual connections. Five stars for the thoughtful, fair, and balanced presentation that uses facts and history to lay its case out, every point backed up with a litany of references. The reader is merely offered the most likely facts in the midst of a diabolical deluge of fabricated media propaganda and political spin. The reader is then respectfully persuaded to consciously decide their own course of action in how they will now live their life. The reader can more truly grasp the nature of the victory they secure through faith, and the awesome power of that faith, through a more complete awareness and understanding of the literal world war for their soul taking place right now. If you want the truth, and no longer wish to live in ignorance, then read this pivotal work.

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Conspiracy Theory Backed Up By Evidence

It takes the Prophecies of the Bible and shows how events that are happening today are fulfilling those prophecies. Both of the authors have great credentials, which makes their proof work all the more stunning. I hope that lots of people read this book, because it is very much a worthwhile read in the times that we live in today.

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This book is painfully redundant.

Really struggled with this one. It's a shame, the book spends far too much time through the early chapters rehashing the SAME claims again and again without ever getting around to presenting the actual code it parades as being within its pages. We get it; prophecy, convergence, NWO, and Billy Graham....I didn't need to listen to 3 hours of material that essentially just reiterates those same elements again and again. Did you ever write a term paper for which you elongated the introduction as much as humanly possible to meet a requirement for the assignment? This felt a lot like that. Uneccesary. Forced myself to Wade through but the experience was already so arduous that this book lost its punch. Nevertheless there is good research here....if you can parse through the endless fluff.

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  • 05-17-16

Profound

An eye opener!! Well researched and presented. Highly recommended. Would definitely read and listen again.

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does a lot of talking without really saying anythi

does a lot of talking without really saying anything. shame as I was hoping that it would have more depth

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  • 05-23-19

It's a good read indeed!

Overall it's a good read indeed. However, I have to admit when speaking of the Holocaust (speaking of the death of 6 million Jews) and the number of dead of the entire 2nd world war I was disappointed. As much as this was a horrific thing to happen in history it wasn't the worst. I was disappointed because it was not compared to the estimated number of believers in Jesus Christ who suffered at the hands of the Vatican via the Inquisitions. More died during this period than through the first World War and the second put together. The total was but a shadow in comparison of believers in Christ. I had to ask myself, how many of those who died in the wars etc... were brother's and sister's in the Lord? Now that is food for thought!

Apart from this little discrepancy the book overall is a good read indeed!