COUNTDOWN TO 2025 AND THE SECRET DESTINY OF AMERICA—PART 35: The Last Roman Emperor Becomes the Muslims’ Mahdi

Islamic eschatology becomes terribly ironic once one faces the evidence that the “rightly guided one” Muslims revere as the Mahdi (their Messiah) is nothing but a plagiarized character from Syrian pseudapigrapha—a legend of seventh-century Syrian Christianity, which is a mainstay in Roman Catholicism to this day. The story of Mahdi is not really from Muhammad; he is borrowed from a Syrian apocalypse. This series will show why in all probability the Mahdi is a Muslim version of the popular “Last Roman Emperor”(who arguably developed into the “Holy Pope” legend) who had become legendary in medieval eschatology. It all stemmed from the Apocalypse of Methodius, an alleged last-days prophecy attributed to the late third-century Christian Church Father and St. Methodius of Olympus (died c. 311) bishop, biblical scholar-theologian, and martyr…