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The Allegory of the Mark of the Beast: Animal Oppression & Money-Based Systems

"In the captivating enigma of Revelation, the mark of the beast echoes a profound allegory—exposing animal enslavement and money's role in socio-economic systems. David Nibert's insights unravel the truth." Michael Corthell   The Book of Revelation has captivated readers for centuries with its enigmatic and symbolic language about the end times. One of the most intriguing aspects of Revelation is the concept of the mark of the beast, which has been widely debated and interpreted in various ways. This essay will explore the contention that the mark of the beast, as described in Revelation, is a thinly veiled allegory about animal enslavement and money-based socio-economic systems. To support this assertion, we will draw from David Nibert's book * "Animal Oppression and Human Violence," which highlights the role of land ownership and the development of money-based systems in perpetuating exploitation. The Mark of the Beast as Money-Based Socio-Economic