Windows Revelational Theory

There is this theory I have about the releases of Windows OS which I don’t know if anybody or somebody has caught it too. The recent releases of the Windows Operating Systems (i.e. since 2007) tend to side-line with Scripture (see Revelation 17:10-11). I don’t know if this is a joke on the part of Microsoft Corporation or that they just feel like making light of Scripture. What I am about to say is very serious and should not be taken lightly.

In the 2000s, there were some people making wave with a revelation that the then Pope (i.e. Pope John Paul) was to become the antichrist. They inferred this from Revelation 17 and had enough historical proof to back their assertion. In fact, they were so convincing I believed them and thought this world would end soon, but I’m still here and the world is continuing.

It was about this time too, in the 2000s, that Microsoft veered away from the usual naming of their Operating Systems and opted for spectacular ones, eye-catching ones. The first of them, though not the first of their releases, is Windows Vista. Vista is from a Latin word which means to see. To me, Microsoft seemed to be claiming they have deeper insight in the coming periods (years), and that they have mental vision- what the world will look like.

Well, this cannot be disputed as their next release of Windows was Windows 7. This was few years after Pope John Paul had passed away, to tell the world that the seventh king of Revelation 17 had passed away. Their next release was Windows 8 in 2012, which to say, meant that the eighth king was now reigning. This was a message they were sending to the whole world, peeping through their Windows to see what’s happening in the world. Not long afterwards, in 2013, Pope Benedict resigned due to health issues.

Immediately when Pope Francis was installed in 2013 did they release another version, called 8.1. This they did, to tell the world that the ‘little one’ had appeared (Daniel 7:8). Is Pope Francis the ‘little one’? Well, that is what some say, that is, those who protested strongly the coming of the antichrist. After hearing of the Windows 8.1 release, I was expecting that they would call the next OS Windows 1 but no, they called it Windows 10 and they say it’s a beta version.

Why Windows 10? Why not Windows 1? Could it be because those who were protesting strongly the coming of the antichrist had changed their confession? Well, that could be it as the last time I checked their website, they had altered their strong confession. Does this mean things have returned to normal, that the world is safe now from the antichrist? Well, at least we know from the naming of Windows 10 that the world is being ruled by 10 world powers or political leaders.

Right now as I am writing this, I am just thinking about the next release of Windows, though they say Windows 10 is the last. What would the next Windows OS be? (I’m just smiling to myself). I’m using Windows 8 at the moment and I’m thinking of upgrading to Windows 10. Whew! (what a sigh)

So, this is the theory I have about Windows and what I think they’re doing (i.e. side-lining with the governments of the world). I wrote it aforetime on my PC but kept it private because of the danger I could be in for passing out allegations. This is the first time I am sharing it publicly so say something nice. It may be true, it may not be true but who cares. This is not an allegation I’m passing against them but as a way of telling Christians that the world is watching too.

Just so you know, this is a revelation I got from my schizophrenic mind. Thank you, stay blessed.

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