James M. Pryse investigates early Christianity, explaining and demystifying the Apocalypse - also called the Book of Revelation. His examination reveals what is foreseen in the ancient Biblical text.
The events of the Book of Revelation are considered by Biblical scholars and believers to hold great significance, both in the historic sense and as prophecy of the church and its future. In Pryse's interpretation, the Revelation is not an unsolvable enigma, or a mystery shrouded in secrets, but a living and cogent set of predictions. The original Greek of the book, which Pryse translated to aid his investigation, is proposed to be the key to understanding its meanings.
In making his case for the Apocalypse being a reflection of Greek wisdom, Pryse draws upon the philosophy of Plato and the terms of ancient Greek that describe parts of the body. Though learning these principles, an understanding of what the Apocalypse means is possible. In addition we receive instruction on Greek number theory, which Pryse uses to further unravel the New Testament text. Several charts and illustrations accompany his explanations, that the reader may arrive at the fullest understanding.
A novel and original approach to one of the Bible's most famous texts, The Apocalypse Unsealed is a valuable piece of occult lore.