Biblical Apocalypse is a Doomsday myth originating from the Christian belief system. The main deity depicted in this myth is likely God.
In a nutshell
The four horsemen of the apocalypse bring about the end of the known world and there is mass suffering and destruction. A destructive beast, marked with the number 666, is also involved. The beast comes from the water and has seven heads and ten horns.
The Biblical Apocalypse doomsday myth is a cultural story about the end of the world according to the Christian worldview. It is told in the Book of Revelation, sometimes known as the Revelation to John, the last chapter of the Bible (New Testament).
Texts related to this myth
See full texts of this myth via related artifacts. Where available, a translation is included.
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