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“All the Kings of the earth shall
prayse thee, O Lord, for they have
heard the words of thy mouth;
yea they shall sing”
&c.
xxviii. dayes,
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As seventy odd yeeres after the first Starre seen in the
east, followed the destruction of Jerusalem, seventy ancients appointed to
prophecy, so likewise the following Starre appearing 15721572. seventy two
yeeres, goeth before the end of the world, other seventy also two and
two before him, before the daye of judgement.

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To the renowmedrenowned Princes
Elizabeth
,
Queen of Bohemia, Princes
Elect. Grace, gladnesse
& peace.

Anagr.

Palizgrave.
Zarep:Zarephath Vilag.

Your Majesties Throne, by degrees at
lenght approaching humbly crave Royall patience,
present the Man, greatly beloved, Daniel,
intended to the King of chiefe memory your father,
composed in a weeke (hastely) obtained not
access, for with his fathers, the holy King was fallen a sleepe, his
soule beyond mortall sight, taken up to heaven, to partake immortall
crownation; a good fight having fought Michael Jame
ch.

against the Babylonian Dragon, so many Evangelicall combats,
and controversies with the Beast. Lest their Goddesse Diana, her
temple should be despised, no small stirre had with the craftsmen
of Ephesus.

But what dost thou heere Elijah, calleth your humble handmaide
away. The children of your people have forsaken the
covenant, set up altars, persecuted the Prophets, Jezebel taketh
possession of the vinyarde, friends of Naboth, and his bloode
sayeth, Jehu and a Prophet to be anoynted, goe I must and returneA turne, A1v
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tidings.

In the first yeere of Charles King of Great Brittaine 1625-07-28twenty
eight of the moneth July
, about six moneths after I began to understand
the visions of the Prophet Daniel, which hee saw in the
first yeere of Belshacer, King of Babylon, a thing was revealed
unto mee, and the word was true, but at the time appointed long
(one and twenty hundred yeeres, three full weeks as it were) is
now to be accomplished shortly, I eate no pleasant bread, was
mourning full three moneths to understand the visions.

1625-07-28One thousand six hundred twenty five, July twenty eight, early
in the morning, about dawning of the daye, I heard these
words from heaven, as it were a musicall voyce, coming downe,
saying, “There is nineteen yeers &c. a halfe to the daye of judgement,
‘hee that testifieth these things, sayth surely I come quickely.’”
Some few words more were uttered, as a Propheticall admonition
unto humility and meeknesse, dissolving within these
dayes, former ambiguity. After which voyce the destroying
Angell suddenly sheathed the sword, never so furiously drawne
on that nation, for which blessing, and the happinesse to behold
your face, and Royall progeny, walking in the trueth, honor,
power, and glory, be unto him that sitteth upon the Throne, even
so come Lord Jesus. Amen, Amen.

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Eleanor Avedelev
Reveale O Daniel.
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“In the first yeere of Belshacer, King of Babylon,
Daniel had dreames and visions, and hee wrote
the dreame and declared the summe of the matters.
I saw in my visions by night, and behold the fower
windes of heaven strove upon the great sea, and fower great
Beastes came up from the sea, divers one from another &c.”

Interpretation followeth.

Windes are the spirit, purgeth all things, the swelling sea are
the rebellious nations, of the fower parts of the earth, loosed
windes, threating a wracke, dissolution of the world.

Fower Beasts times and seasons displaying.

“The first as a Lyon,” Revel. beginneth from the birth of Jesus Christ,
persecuted by the Dragon, Lyon of the Tribe of Juda, unto the
watchfull shepheards in the field proclaimed by Angells, wise
men by a starre, by no inferior Prophet cryed in the wildernesse,
to pull of his shoow, yet unworthy, in triumph received with “Hosanna,”
in the city, to witnesse whose Baptisme the holy Ghost
descended, was by the Roman Monarchie (over all the world
spreading her “eagles winges”) put to death, roote and seed of David,
is recorded amongst these kings, “King of kings, &c.” “whose
enemies shall feele his hand, and his right hand”
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“The second beast like a Beare, and stood upon the one side”,
signifying their election by voyces, and power of the Senat, had
“three ribbs in the mouth betweene the teeth”, the approximately 3 lettersflawed-reproduction to this. “And
they said unto him, ‘arise and devoure much flesh’”
, are three hundred
yeeres, armes of the heathen Romane devouring times,
whose raging raigne lasted so longe. In the infancy of which
Empire, the massacred innocents, & Messiah suffered, Jerusalem
was destroyed, that in Rome might be found the blood of Prophets
& Saints, and of all that were slaine upon the earth, dronken
with the blood of Martyrs of Jesus.

“The third Beast like a Leopard, that had upon the backe of it
fower winges”
, are fower hundred yeeres, beginning with the
Beast, whose deadly wound was healed, raigne of Constantine the
Great
, so soone after spotted with Arrian leporisme, “bearing
fower heads”
, shewing the division of the Empire into so many
parts when hee stood up; held then too large and great for the
government of one man.

The last Beast, “the fourth, dreadfull, terrible, and strong exceedingly;
had yron teeth, devoured & bracke in pieces, and
stamped the residue with the feet thereof. Divers from all the
Beasts before it”
, is Ecclesiastice Tyranny, pride of Prelats drawn
from head to foote; “had tenn hornes”, shewing Antiquity of Antichrist,
so many hundred yeeres, till the Ancient of dayes did
sit.

“The hornes farther considered” (mother of harlots her coate)
“amongst which came up another little horne, before whom three
of the first were pluckt up by the rootes; in this horne were eyes
like the eyes of a man”
(watchfull in his owne behalfe) “and a
mouth”
(of an ungratefull ghuest) speaking presumtious things.”
The tenn Kings horns rising out of the head of the Beast, to
know the trueth of them. The first Charles the Great, stiled
Christianißimi Romanorum Imperatoris, the whole race of Childric
pulled up by the rootes made Rome for him, about a thousandsand A3r
yeeres since, absolute Monarche of the Empire and all the
dependances northward, for fower generations. The residue
Spanish horns, since Charles the fistfirst in defence of Romes (devoursed
spowse) no little champions.

“The little horne, more stoute then his fellowes”, whose mouth
or language bewrayeth them, are the united French and Sweden
forces, slaying the Antichristian Beast, and giving his body to
the burning flame, concerning the other Beasts, though they injoyed
their lines; had their dominion taken away, the residue
stamped by Rome, under his feete, this little horne excepted.

Lastly sheweth the restoration of the kingdome of Christ,
before the end of the world, and hee gave him dominion and
honor, and a Kingdome, that all people, nations, languages,
should serve him, his dominion is an everlasting Dominion, and
shall never be taken away, and his Kingdome shall Antichrist no
more destroy.

The curs’t Beast hath a shorte horne, I beheld and the same
horne made warre with the Saints, and prevailed against them,
but the ancient of dayes came &c. the hayre of whose head like
pure wolle, sheweth his dayes infinite to be accounted, and the
Kingdome, and the Dominion, and the greatnesse of the Kingdome
&c. And all powers shall serve & obey him. This is the
end of the matter, and the contents of that which followeth.

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Chapt. VII.

“In the first yeere of Belshazzar King of Babel,
Daniel saw a dream, and there were visions in
his head, upon his bedde: then he wrote the
dreame, and the declared the summe of the matter.
2 Daniel spake and said, ‘I saw in my vision by
night, & behold, the foure windes of the heaven
strove upon In the dayes
of Noah to frame
a new the microcosme,
a hundred
and twenty yeeres
the spirit of God
did strive no longer
rested as it
were.
the great sea:
3 And foure great beastes came up from the The nativity
or rising of these
fower beasts, or
Kings upon recorde
one and
twenty hundred
yeeres compleat,
added unto the
age of the World
before, maketh a
weeke of six thousand
yeeres current.

sea one divers from another.
4 The first was a lion, Sheweth when
persecutiōpersecution for the
Word began, the
Ußher voyce leading
the waye,
John beheaded for
the word of God,
first witneße of
Jesus, worshipped
not the beast nor
his image Herod,
whose dauncing
woman her picture
is taken arrayed
so in purple and
pearle, in her hãdhand
a cup of gold &c.
and had eagels
wings: I beheld till the wings thereof were pluckt
off, and it was lifted up from the earth, and set
upon his feet as a man, and a mans heart was given
him.
5 And behold, another beast which was the
second, was like a beare, Called ten persecutions,
continuing
three hundred
yeeres, first
combat fought against
the Martyrs
of Jesus by the
reed Dragon with
sevẽseven heads, whose
crownes mount
unto Romes foundation
or Kings.
& stood upon the one
side: and he had three ribs in his mouth betweene
his teeth, and they said thus unto him, “Arise, and
devoure much flesh”
.
6 After this, I beheld, and loe, there was another
like a leopard, The mungrell
beast spoted with
Arrian heresie so
lately healed, signifying
fower
hundred yeeres
his being on the
wing.
which had upon his backe
foure wings of a foule: the beast had also foure
heads, and dominion was given him.
7 After this, I saw in the visions by night, and
behold, the fourth beast Fourth beast
(Antichrist) having
served his
apprentiship of
seven hundred
yeeres, is free of
the great city,
setteth up for
himself ten horns
his signe, yet not
so grosely deceiving
the World,
till a thousand
yeeres were fullfilled.
was fearefull and terrible
and very strong. It had great yron teeth: it
devoured & brake in pieces, and stamped the residue
under his feet: and it was unlike to the
beasts that were before it: for it had ten hornes.
8 As I considered the hornes, beholde, there B came B1v
came up among them another little horne, before
whom there were three of the first hornes
pluckt away: and behold, in his borne were eyes
like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking presumptuous
things.
9 I beheld till the thrones were set up, and
the Ancient of dayes did sit, whose garment was
white as snow, and the haire of his head like the
pure wooll: his throne was like the fiery flame
and his wheeles, as burning fire.
10 A fierie streame issued, and came foorth
from before him: thousand thousands ministred
unto him, and ten thousand thousands stood before
him: the judgement was set, and the bookes
opened.
11 Then I beheld, because of the voyce of
the presumptuous words which the horne spake:
I beheld, even till the beast was slaine, and his body
destroyed, and given to the burning fire.
12 As concerning the other beasts, they had
taken away their dominion: yet their lives were
prolonged for a certaine time and season.
13 As I beheld in visions by night, behold,
one like the sonne of man came in the cloudes
of heaven, and approched unto the Ancient of
dayes, and they brought him before him.
14 And he gave him dominion, and honour,
and a kingdome, that all people, nations and languages
should serve him: his dominion is an
everlasting dominion, which shall never be taken
away: and his dominion shall never be destroyed.
15 I Daniel was troubled in my spirit, in the middes B2r
middes of my body, and the visions of mine head
made me afraid.
16 Therefore I came unto one of them that
stood by, and asked him the trueth of all this: so
he told me, and shewed me the interpretation of
these things.
17 “These great beasts which are foure, are
foure kings, which shall arise out of the earth.
18 And they shall take the kingdome of the
Saints of the most High, which shall possesse the
kingdome for ever, even for ever and ever.”
19 After this, I would know the trueth of the
fourth beast That Balam
loving the wages
of unrighteousnesse
Bishops (of
Rome) their predecessor
spurring
the Beast, on
whose progreße to
attend, Satan is
loosed, called for a
little season, about
seven hundred
yeeres a goe.
which was so unlike to all the
others, very fearefull, whose teeth were of yron,
and his nailes of brasse: which devoured, brake
in pieces, and stamped the residue under his feet.
20 Also to know of the ten hornes that were
in his head, and of the other which came up, before
whom three fell, and of the horne that had
eyes, and of the mouth that spake presumptuous
things, whose looke was more stout than his fellowes.
21 I beheld, and the same horne made battell
against the Saints, yea, and prevailed against them.
22 Untill the Ancient of dayes came, and
judgement was given to the Saints of the most
High: and the time approched, that the Saints
possessed the kingdome.
23 Then he said, “The fourth beast shall be the
foorth kingdome in the earth, which shallbe unlike
to all the kingdomes, and shall devoure the
whole earth, and I shall tread it downe and breake
it in pieces.
B2 And B2v 24 And the ten hornes out of this kingdome
are ten Kings that shall rise: and another shall
rise after them, and he shallbe unlike to the first,
and he shall subdue three Kings.
25 And shall speake words against the most
High, and shall consume the Saints of the most
High, Compaßeth
the tents of the
saints, and fower
quarters of the
World, from Rochell
to America.
and thinke that he may change times and
lawes, and they shallbe given into his hand untill
time, and times, and the dividing of time.
26 But the judgement shall sit, and they
shall take away his dominion to consume and destroy
it unto the end. Ten hundred
yeers writen
in his horned fore
head, expired, the
Beast & the false
prophet shallbe
cast into the lake
&c.
27 And the kingdome, and dominion, and
the greatnesse of the kingdome under the whole
heaven shallbe given to the holy people of the
most High, whose kingdome is an everlasting
kingdome, and all powers shall serve and obey
him.” In his kingdome
before the
end of the world
in earth raigning eveven as in heaven.
Daniel
I end al.
28 Even this is the ende of the matter, I Daniel
had many cogitations which troubled mee,
and my countenance changed in mee: but I kept
the matter in mine heart.’”

Chap. VIII.

“In the third yeere of the reigne of king Belshazzar,
The reigne of
Belshacer about
the age of the
World -05393425.
a vision appeared unto mee, even unto mee
Daniel, after that which appeared unto mee at
the first.
2 And I saw in a vision, and when I saw it, I
was in the palace of Shushan, which is the province
of Elam, and in a vision me thought I was
by the river of Ulai.
3 Then B3r 3 Then I looked up and saw, and behold,
there stood before the river a ramme Ramme, leader
of the flocke,
goeing up from
washing. The
Ramme signifieth
the Romane Empire,
the Empire
of the Turks and
Goths signified by
the Gote, the two
hornes Constantine
& Rome.
which had
two hornes, and these two hornes were high: but
one was higher then another, and the highest
came up last.
4 I saw the ramme pushing against the West,
and against the North, and against the South: so
that no beasts might stand before him, nor could
deliver out of his hand, but he did what he listed
and became great.
5 And as I considered, behold, a goat came
from the West over the whole earth, and touched
not the ground: and this goate had an horne that
appeared betweene his eyes.
6 And he came unto the ramme that had the
two hornes, whom I had seene standing by the
river, and ran unto him in his fierce rage.
7 And I saw him come unto the ramme, and
being moved against him, he smote the ramme,
and brake his two hornes: and there was no power
in the ramme to stand against him, but he cast
him downe to the ground, and stamped upon
him, and there was none that could deliver the
ramme out of his power.
8 Therefore the goate waxed exceeding
great, and when he was at the strongest, his great
horne was broken: and for it came up foure that
appeared toward the foure winds of the heaven. The fower
kingdoms towards
the fower
winds of heaven,
are the Westren
Ilands of Great-
Brittain
, France,
Spayne and the
Turckesh Empire.
9 And out of one of them came forth a little
horne, which waxed The little
horne coming
forth of one of
them, waxing
great, is the forces
of the French,
shall thinke to
change times &
lawes, &c.
very great toward the
South, and toward the East, and toward the pleasant
land.
10 Yea, it grew up unto the hoste of heaven, B3 and B3v
and it cast downe some of the hoste, and of the
starres to the ground, and trode upon them.
11 And extolled himselfe against the prince
of the hoste, from whom the dayly sacrifice was
taken away, and the place of his Sanctuarie was
cast downe.
12 And a time shall be given him over the
dayly sacrifice for the iniquitie: and it shall cast
downe the trueth to the ground, and thus shall
it doe, and prosper.
13 Then I heard one of the Saints speaking, Two saints,
so called for gifts
of the holy Ghost,
precious in these
dayes, the certain
saint speaking, or
wonderfull numberer
of secrets,
was a certaine
childe about the
age of 13 yeers in
the yeere 16251625
called Carr, of the
nation of Great-
Brittain
, that for certaine mounths
by signes E numbering
foretold all
things, beyonde
relatiōrelation, but being
terrified and provoked
to speake,
lost the wonderfull
gifegift for that
time, after went
beyonde sea.

and one of the Saints spake unto a certaine one,
saying, ‘How long shall endure the vision of the
dayly sacrifice, and the iniquitie of the desolation
to tread both the Sanctuary and the armie
under foote?’
14 And he answered me, Unto the evening
and the morning two thousand and three hundreth:
The dayes
be so many yeeres
to the end of the
world, beginning
frōfrom the vision was
about the yeere of
the world 3425.
then shall the Sanctuary be cleansed.’
15 Now when I Daniel had seene the vision,
and sought for the meaning, beholde, there stood
before me like the similitude of a man.
16 ‘And I heard a mans voyce betweene the
banks
of Ulai, which called, and saide, “Gabriel,
make this man to understand the vision”
.’
17 So he came where I stood: and when hee
came, I was afraid, and fell upon my face: but he
said unto me, Understand, O sonne of man: for
in the last time shalbe the vision’
.
18 Now as he was speaking unto me, I being
asleepe fell on my face to the ground, but he touched
me, and set me up in my place.
19 And he said, ‘Behold, I will shew thee what shallbe B4r
shallbe in the last wrath: for the ende of the time
appointed it shall come.
20 The ramme which thou sawest having
two hornes, are the Kings of the Medes and Persians.
21 And the goate is the King of Grecia, and
the great horne that is betweene his eyes, is the
first king.
22 And that that is broken, and foure stood
up for it, are foure kingdomes, which shall stand
up of that nation, but not in his strength.
23 And in the end of their kingdome, when
the rebellious shallbe consumed, a King of Gustavus
Adolphus
, king of
Sweden, Goths
& Wendals, making
peace with
Poland, came into
Germany.
fierce
countenance, and understanding darke sentences,
shall stand up.
24 And his power shallbe mightie, but not in
his strength: and hee shall destroy wonderfully,
and shall prosper, and practise, and shall destroy
the mightie, and the people of the holy ones.
25 And through his policie also he shall cause
craft to prosper in his hand, and hee shall extoll
himselfe in his heart, and by peace shall destroy
many: hee shall also stand up against the prince
of princes, Emperour,
Prince of free
Princes.
but he shall be broken down without
hand.
26 And the vision of the evening, and the
morning, which is declared, is true: therefore
seale thou up the vision, for it shallbe after many
dayes.’
27 ‘And I Daniel was stricken and sicke certaine
dayes: but when I rose up, I did the kings
businesse, and I was astonished at the vision, but
none understood it.’”
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Chap. IX.

“In the first yeere of Darius the sonne of Ahashuerosh,
of the seede of the Medes, which was
made king over the realme of the Caldeans.
2 Even in the first yeere of his reigne, I Daniel
understood by bookes the number of the
yeeres, Bookes informing
Daniel,
concerning the
yeeres of the captivity.
So the Angell
by the same
numbers, or
words, giveth
him understanding.
whereof the Lord had spoken unto Jeremiah
the Prophet, that he would accomplish seventie
yeeres First that
seventy weeks are
determined &c.
shewing seventy
hundred yeeres,
(or a weeke of
thousands) from
the beginning to
the end of the
world, had not
the dayes being
shortned for the
elects sake.
in the desolation of Jerusalem.
3 And I turned my face unto the Lord God,
and sought by prayer and supplications with
fasting and sackcloth and ashes.
4 And I prayed unto the Lord my God, and
made my confession, saying, ‘O Lord God which
art
great and fearefull, and keepest covenant
and mercie toward them which love thee, and
towarde them that keepe thy commandements.
5 Wee have sinned and have committed iniquitie,
and have done wickedly, yea, we have rebelled,
and have departed from thy precepts, and
from thy judgements.
6 “For wee would not obey thy servants the
Prophets, which spake in thy name to our kings,
to our princes, and to our fathers, and to all the
people of the land.”
7 O Lord, righteousnes belongeth unto thee,
and unto us open shame, as appeareth this day
unto every man of Judah, and to the inhabitants
of Jerusalem, yea, unto all Israel, both neere and
farre off, through all the countreys, whither thou
hast driven them, because of their offences, that
they have committed against thee.
8 O Lord, C1r 8 O Lord, unto us apperteineth open shame,
to our Kings, to our princes, and to our fathers,
because wee have sinned against thee.
9 Yet compassion & forgivenesse is in the Lord
our God, albeit wee have rebelled against him.
10 For we have not obeyed the voyces of the
Lord our God, to walke in his lawes, which hee
hath laid before us by the ministery of his servants
the Prophets.
11 Yea, all Israel have transgressed thy Law,
and are turned backe, and have not heard thy
voyce: therefore the curse is powred upon us,
and the oathe that is written in the Law of Moses
the servant of God, because wee have sinned against
him.
12 And he hath confirmed his words, which he
spake against us, and against our judges that judged
us, by bringing upon us a great plague: for
under the whole heaven hath not beene the like,
as hath beene brought upon Jerusalem.
13 All this plague is come upon us, as it is written
in the Law of Moses: yet made wee not our
prayer before the Lord our God, that wee might
turne frōfrom our iniquities & understand thy trueth.
14 Therefore hath the Lord made readie the
plague, and brought it upon us: for the Lord our
God is righteous in all his works which he doth:
for we would not heare his voyce.
15 And now, O Lord our God, that hast
brought thy people out of the lande of Egypt
with a mightie hand, and hast gotten thee renowne,
as appeareth this day, we have sinned, wee
have done wickedly.
C O Lord, C1v 16 O Lord, according to all thy righteousnes,
I beseech thee, let thine anger and thy wrath
be turned away from the citie Jerusalem thine
holy Mountaine: because of our sinnes, and
for the iniquities of our fathers, Jerusalem and
thy people are a reproach to all that are about us.
17 Now therefore, O our God, heare the prayer
of thy servant, and his supplications, and cause
thy face to shine upon thy Sanctuarie, that lieth
waste for the Lords sake.
18 O my God, encline thine eare and heare:
open thine eyes, and behold our desolations, and
the citie whereupon thy Name is called: for wee
do not present our supplications before thee for
our owne righeousnes, but for thy great tender
mercies.
19 O Lord heare, O Lord forgive, O Lord
consider, and do it: deferre not, for thine owne
sake, O my God: for thy Name is called upon
thy citie, and thy people.’
20 And whiles I was speaking and praying,
and confessing my sinne, and the sinne of my people
Israel, and did present my supplication before
the Lord my God, for the holy Mountaine of my
God.
21 Yea, while I was speaking in prayer, even
the man Gabriel, whom I had seene before in
the vision came flying, and touched me about the
time of the evening oblation.
22 And he informed me, and talked with me,
and said, ‘O Daniel, I am now come forth to give
thee knowledge and understanding.
23 At C2r 23 At the beginning of thy supplications the
commandement came forth, and I am come to
shew thee, for thou art greatly beloved: therefore
understand the matter and consider the vision.
24 Seventie weekes Shewing seventy
yeers after
the going forth of
the starre, seene
by the wise men,
Jerusalem should
be destroyed unto
the ende (the
weeke of weekes)
for their bloody
fact unto Mesiah
their Prince, their
pardon not sealed
till then, after in
everlasting righteousnesse
remaining,
having
their eyes opened
to understand the
visions of the Prophets,
concerning
Christ Jesus the
most Holy.
are determined upon
thy people, and upon thine holy citie, to finish
the wickednesse, and to seale up the sinnes, and
to reconcile the iniquitie, and to bring in everlasting
righteousnes, and to seale up the vision and
prophecie, and to anoint the most Holy.
25 Know therefore and understand that from
the going foorth of the commaundement to
bring againe the people, and to builde Jerusalem,
unto Messiah the Prince, shallbe seven weekes
and threescore and two weekes, Informeth
a second starre
about sevẽtyseventy yeers
before the second
coming of the
Mesiah, the most
high should be
sent forth againe,
appearing 15721572.
and the streete
shallbe built againe, and the wall even in a troublous
time. And that
about threescore
& two yeeres after
Jerusalem
should be restored
againe, the
street built in the
streits of a trouble
some time, delivered
from bloodguiltines,
should
offer the sacrifice
of a troubled spirit,
a contrite
harte the true
sacrifice.
26 And after threescore and two weekes, shall
Messiah be slaine, and shall have nothing, and
the people of the prince that shall come, shall destroy
the citie and the Sanctuary, and the ende
thereof shallbe with a flood: and unto the ende of
the battell it shallbe destroyed by desolations.
27 And he shall confirme the covenant with
many for one weeke: & in the mids of the weeke
hee shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to
cease, In the middest
of the great weeke
the fourth thousand
yeere of the
World (caused
other oblation to
cease) the innocent
Lambe of
God was slaine.
and for the overspreading of the abominations
he shall make it desolate, even untill the
consumation determined shall be powred upon
the desolate.’”
C2 Chap. C2v

Chap. X.

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after one and
twenty hundred
yeeres compleat
from the vision,
the mystery of the
Word of God
should be unsealed,
when the seventh
last trumpet
should begin
to sound, the mystery
of God
should be finished.
“In the third yeere of Cyrus King of Persia, a
thing was revealed unto Daniel (whose name
was called Belteshazzar) and the word was true,
but the time appoynted was long, and he understood
the thing, and had understanding of the vision.
2 At the same time I Daniel was in heavines
for three weeks of dayes.
3 I ate no pleasant bread, neither came flesh
nor wine into my mouth, neither did I anoynt my
selfe at all, till three weeks of dayes were fulfilled.
4 And in the foure and twentieth day of the
first moneth, as I was by the side of that great
river, even Hiddekel.
5 And I lift mine eyes, and looked, and behold,
there was a man cloatedcloathed in linnen, whose
loynes were girded with fine gold of Uphaz.
6 His body also was like the Chrysolite, and
his face (too looke upon) like the lightning, The word of
God revealed, is
as gold and precious
stones, as
lightning going
through the world
as the voyce of a
multitude, or army.
and
his eyes as lampes of fire, and his armes and his
feete were like in colour to polished brasse, and
the voyce of his wordes was like the voyce of a
multitude.
7 And I Daniel alone saw the vision: for the
men that were with me, saw not the vision: but
a great feare fell upon them, so that they fled
away and hid themselves.
8 Therefore I was left alone, and saw this
great vision, and there remained no strength in
me: for my strength was turned in me into corruption,
and I retained no power. Affliction
allwayes companion
of the word.
9 Yet C3r 9 Yet heard I the voyce of his word, and
when I heard the voyce of his words, I slept on
my face, and my face was toward the ground.
10 And behold, an hand touched me, which
set me up upon my knees, and upon the palmes of
mine hands,
11 And hee said unto mee, ‘O Daniel, a man
greatly beloved, understand the words that I
speake unto thee, and stand in thy place: for unto
thee am I now sent’
. And when hee had said this
word unto me, I stood trembling.
12 Then said he unto mee, ‘Feare not, Daniel:
for from the first day that thou diddest set thine
hart to understand, and to humble thy selfe before
thy God, thy words were heard, and I am
come for thy words
.
13 But the prince Prince of
Persia is the Dragon
fighting against
the Word
of God, by Constantine
the Great

first defended.
of the kingdome of Persia
withstood mee one and twenty dayes: but loe,
Michael one of the chief princes, came to helpe Sheweth
after the vision
one and twenty
hundred yeeres
full, James King
of Great-Brittaine
his wonderfull
warre with
the Dragon & his
angells (false prophets
(deceiving
the world) & Jesuits)
so sharply
contending for
the body of Mesiah,
the tempter
because hee could
not turne stones
into bread, would
turne bread to Jesus
body, the foode
of the soule, whose
word is indeed.

me, and I remained here by the Kings of Perssia.
14 Now I am come to shew thee what shall
come to thy people in the latter dayes: for yet
the vision is for many dayes.’
15 And when he spake these words unto me,
I set my face toward the ground, and held my
tongue.
16 And behold, one like the similitude of the
sons of man touched my lips: then I opened my
mouth, and spake, and sayd unto him that stood
before mee, ‘O my Lord, by the vision my sorrowes
are returned upon me, and I have retained
no strength
.
C3 For C3v 17 For how can the servant of this my Lord
talke with my Lord being such one? for as for me,
straightway there remained no strength in me,
neither is there breath left in me.’
18 Then there came againe and touched me,
one like the appearance of a man, and he strengthened
me.
19 And sayd, ‘O man, greatly beloved, feare
not: peace be unto thee: be strong and of good
courage’
. And when hee had spoken unto mee, I
was strengthened, and sayd, ‘Let my Lord speak:
for thou hast strengthened me.’
20 Then sayd he, ‘Knowest thou wherefore I
am come unto thee, but now will I returne to
fight with the Prince Warre proclaimed
against
the Beast and the
DragōDragon, besids the
Turke his conquests,
includeth
allso the present
destroying of the
Romane state, by
the Gothe, or he
Goto. Gusta:Gotorum Gustavus:
Little Horne.
of Persia: and when I am
gone forth, loe, the prince of Grecia shall come.
21 But I will shew thee that which is decreed
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and there is none
that holdeth with mee in these things, but Michael
your prince.
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Chap. XI.

Also I, in the first year of Darius The first
Christian Monarche
Constantine,
signified by
Darius.
of the
Medes, even I stood to incourage & to strengthen
him.
2 And now will I shew thee trueth. Behold,
there shall stand up yet three kings in Persia,
and the fourth shallbe farre richer then they
all: and by his strength, and by his riches he shall
stirre up all against the realme of Grecia. His three
sonnes or successors,
by whose largeß
towards the
Church of Rome,
Bishops became
so haughtie, stirred
up kings to
warre against
Turks, to leave
their Dominions
under their Juridiction.
3 But a mighty King shall stand up, that
shall rule with great dominion, and doe accordingding C4r
to his pleasure.
4 And when he shall stand up, his kingdome
shallbe broken, and shall be divided toward the
foure windes of heaven: and not to his posteritie, Charles the
Great
, for whom
the naturall subjects
of Childric
by the Bishops of
Romes despensation,
were freed
from their oath
of obedience to his
posterity.

nor according to his dominion, which he ruled,
for his kingdome shallbe pluckt up even to be for
others besides those.
5 And the king of the South shallbe mighty,
and one of his princes, and shall prevaile against
him, and bear rule: his dominion shallbe a great
dominion. House of
Austrya
their Imperiall
Dominion.
6 And in the end of yeeres they shalbe joyned
together: for the Kings daughter of the South
shall come to the King of the North to make an
agreement, but he shall not retaine the power of
the arme, neither shal hee continue, nor his arme:
but she shall be delivered, and they that brought
her, and hee that begate her, and he that comforted
her, in these times. One thousand
six hundred
expired, fruitless
marriage between
France & Spaine
agreed, she
brought, delivered
them that
brought her (sent
away without father,
having an
unnaturall brother)
not rare in
these times.
7 But out of the bud of her rootes Rootes plurall,
sheweth incestious
Austrian
family.
shall
one stand up in his stead, which shall come with
an armie, and shall enter into the fortresse of the
King of the North, and doe with them as he list,
and shall prevaile,
8 And shall also cary captives into Egypt their
gods with their molten images, and with their
precious vessels of silver and gold, and he shall
continue moe yeeres then the king of the North.
9 So the king of the South shall come into
his kingdome, and shall returne into his owne
land.
10 Wherefore his sonnes shallbe stirred up,
and shall assemble, a mightie great armie: and one C4v
one shall come, & overflow, and passe through:
then shall he returne, and be stirred up at his fortresse.
11 And the King of the South shallbe angry,
and shall come foorth, and fight with him, with
the king of the North: for he shall set forth a
great multitude, and the multitude shallbe given
into his hand.
12 Then the multitude shallbe proude, and
their heart shall be lift up: for hee shall cast
downe thousands: but he shall not still prevaile. French &
Spanish warre,
pride of the Empire.
13 For the king of the North shall returne,
and shal set forth a greater multitude then afore,
and shall come forth (after certaine yeeres) with
a mightie armie, and great riches. Lewes K.
XIII.
crowned,
about which times
Moores last were
expelled.
14 And at the same time there shall many
stand up against the king of the South: Spaine, many
signifying the
Dutche.
also the rebellious
children of thy people shall exalt themselves
to establish the vision, but they shall fall.
15 So the King of the North shall come, and
cast up a mount, and take the strong citie: and
the armes of the South shall not resist, neither
his chosen people, neither shall there be any
strength to withstand.
16 But he that shall come, shall doe unto him
as he list, and none shall stand against him: and
he shall stand in the pleasant land, which by his
hand shalbe consumed.
17 Againe he shall set his face to enter with
the power of his whole kingdome, and his confederates
with him: thus shal he do, & he shal give
him the daughter of women to corrupt her: but
she shall not stand on his side, neither be for him. Warre between
France &
England: daughter
of woman, is
given, daughter
of Edward the IV
daughter, whose
Royall blood house
of Lancaster

sought to attaint
or corrupt.
18 L After D1r 18 After this shall he turne his face unto
the yles, & shal take many, but a prince shall cause
his shame to light upon him, besides that he shall
cause his owne shame to turne upon himselfe. Henry the
VIII.
king of England,
for his owne
behalfe rather
then ReligiōReligion, causeth
the shamefull
marriage of
his brothers wife
to turne on the
B.Bishop of Rome.
19 For hee shall turne his face towardes the
fortes of his owne land: but hee shall be overthrowen
and fall, and be no more found.
20 Then shall stand up in his place in the
glory of the kingdome, one that shall raise taxes:
but after a few dayes he shall be destroyed, neither
in wrath, nor in battell. French kings,
one destroyed by
a splinter in his
eye, neither in
anger nor in battell,
but a tillting
sporte, for a salte
taxx his people
rebelling.
21 And in his place shall stand up vile person,
to whom they shall not give the honour of
the kingdome: but hee shall come in peaceably,
and obteine the kingdome by flatteries.
22 And the armes shalbe overthrowen with
flood before him, and shall be broken: and also
the prince of the covenant.
23 And after the league made with him, hee
shall worke decietfully for he shall come up, and
overcome with a small people. Maßacre,
after the league.
24 He shall enter into the quiet and plentifull
province, and he shall doe that which his fathers
have not done, nor his fathers fathers: he shall
divide among them the pray and the spoyle, and
the substance, yea, and he shall forecast his devises
against the strong holds, even for a time.
25 Also he shall stirre up his power, and his
courage against the King of the South, with a
great armie, and the King of the South shall be
stirred up to battell with a very great and mighty
army: but he shall not stand: for they shall forecast
and practise against him.
D Yea, D1v 26 Yea, they that feede of the portion of his
meat, shall destroy him and his armie shall overflow;
and many shall fall, and be slaine. Henr. IV.
French king with
a small people
overcame, for a
time a ProtestãtProtestant,
was destroyed by
them, who did eat
a portion of his
meat, escaping so
many enemies,
denying the verity
of the Lords
Supper
, first stabbed
in the mouth,
after at the hart,
whose hart was
against the holy
covenant, dyed
richer then happy.
27 And both these Kings harts shallbe to do
mischiefe, and they shall talke of deceit at one
table: but it shall not availe: for yet the end
shallbe at the time appointed.
28 Then shall hee returne into his land with
great substance: for his hart shallbe against the
holy covenant: so shall he doe and returne to his
owne land.
29 At the time appointed hee shall returne,
and come toward the South: but the last shall not
be as the first.
30 For the shippers of Chittim shall come against
him: therefore he shalbe sorie and returne,
and fret against the holy covenant: so shall hee
doe, he shall even returne and have intelligence
with them that forsake the holy covenant.
31 And armes shall stand on his part, and
they shall pollute the Sanctuary of strength, and
shall take away the dayly sacrifice, and they shall
set up the abominable desolation.
32 And such as wickedly breake the covenant,
shall he cause to sinne by flatterie: but the
people that doe know their God, shall prevaile
and prosper.
33 And they that understand among the people,
shall instruct many: yet they shall fall by
sword, and by flame, by captivitie and by spoyle
many dayes.
34 Now when they shall fall, they shallbe
holpen with a little helpe: but many shall cleave
unto them fainedly.
And D2r 35 And some of them of understanding shall fall
to try them, and to purge, & to make them white,
till the time be out: for there is a time appointed.
36 And the king shall doe what him list: he
shall exalt himselfe, and magnifie himselfe against
all, what is God, and shal speake marveilous things
against the God of gods, and shall prosper, till
the wrath be accomplished: for the determination
is made.
37 Neither shall he regard the God of his
fathers, nor the desires of women, nor care for any
God: for he shall magnifie himselfe above all. Remaineth
the warre, consuming
the Saints
of the most High
by famine, & prosperous
exploites
against Spaine &
others, by Lewes
the last French
King.
38 But in his place shall he honour the god
Mauzzim, and the god whom his fathers knew
not, shall he honour with gold and with silver, and
with precious stones, and pleasant things.
39 This shall he doe in the holdes of Mauzzim
with a strange God whom he shall acknowledge:
hee shall increase his glory, and shall
cause them to rule over many, and shall divide
the land for gaine.
40 And at the ende of time shall the king of
the South push at him, and the king of the North
shall come against him like whirlewind with
charets, and with horsemen, and with many
ships, and hee shall enter into the countreyes,
and shall overflow and passe through.
41 He shall enter also into the pleasant land,
and many countreyes shalbe overflowen: but these
shall escape out of his hand, even Edom and Moab,
and the chiefe of the children of Ammon.
42 He shall stretch forth his hands also upon
the countreys, and the land of Egypt shall not
escape.
D2 But D2v 43 But he shall have power over the treasures
of golde and of silver, and over all the precious
things of Egypt, and of the Libyans, and of the
blacke Mores where he shall passe.
44 But the tidings out of the East & the North
shall trouble him: therefore hee shall goe forth
with great wrath to destroy and roote out many.
45 And he shall plant the tabernacles of his
palace betweene the seas in the glorious and holy
mountaine, yet he shal come to his end, and none
shall helpe him.
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Chap. XII.

Anagr.

James Charles.
Are Michaelss.

And at that time shall Michael The Angell
presenteth the
new man Michael
great Prince,
King of GreatBrittaine.
stand up, the
great prince, which standeth for the children
of thy people, & there shalbe a time of trouble The plague
and other grievances.

such as never was since there began to be a nation
unto that same time: and at that time thy people
shallbe delivered, every one that shall be found
written in the booke.
2 And many of them that sleepe in the dust
of the earth, shall awake, To be blessed
or accurßed, all
awake in the
grave, Michael
Archangell sounding
the trumpet.
some to everlasting life,
and some to shame and perpetuall contempt.
3 And they that be wise, shall shine, as the
brightnes of the firmament: and they that turne
many to righteousnesse, shall shine as the starres, Convertors
of the Heathen
unto them is given
a crowne of
starres, addition
to their glory.

for ever and ever.
4 But D3r 4 But thou, O Daniel, shut up the wordes, and
seale the booke till the end of the time: many shal
run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.’ The vision
sealed up till the
end, allso the admirable
arte of
Navigation and
Printing to be
then invented.
5 Then I Daniel looked, and behold, there
stood other two, the one on this side of the
brinke of the river, and the other on that side of
the brinke of the river. From the
birth or Baptisme
of Jesus Christ,
supported (on either
side the river
Jordaine
) with
Prophets and Apostles,
in them
revealed how lōglong
to the end of the
world.
6 And one sayd unto the man clothed in linen,
which was upon the water of the river, ‘When
shalbe the end of these wonders?’
7 And I heard the man clothed in linen which
was upon the waters of the river, when hee held
up his right hand and his left hand unto heaven,
and sware by him that liveth for ever, that ‘it shall
tary
for a time, two times and parte: and when he
shall have accomplished to scatter the power
of the holy people, all these things shallbe finished.’
Confirmed
with his oath,
whose foote and
hand measured
out all, that the
time alotted unto
them, is seventen
hundred yeeres, a
time, and times,
& halfe (or part) so long time of
Christianity is
measured, which
accomplished, the
scattered Jewes
shallbe brought
home.
8 Then I heard it, but I understood it not:
then said I, ‘O my Lord, what shallbe the end of
these things?’
9 And he sayd, ‘Go thy way Daniel: for the
words are closed up, and sealed, till the end of the
time
. Daniell againe
assured, at
the end these
words should be
revealed.
10 Many shallbe purified, made white, and
tried: but the wicked shal doe wickedly, & none
of the wicked shall have understanding: but the
wise shall understand. Martyrdom
for the Word of
God shewed, and
after long darkeneße,
the light
thereof should
shine againe, after
Jerusalems destruction,
a thousand
two hundred
and ninety yeers.
11 And from the time that the dayly sacrifice
shallbe taken away, and the abominable desolation
set up, there shallbe a thousand, two hundred
and ninety dayes.
D3 12 Blessed D3v 12 Blessed is he that waiteth and cometh to
the thousand,
three hundred and five & thirtie
dayes.
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&c. But goe thou
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thou shalt rest and stand up in thy lot, at the end
of the dayes.’”

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