Aladdin’s city Agrabah as Endtimes Babylon & Jerusalem aka Atlantis
by leon elshout, almelo, NL, 11 october, 2019 – roodgoudvanparvaim.nl – aurichalcum2018 (at)protonmail.com
Aladdin’s wonderlamp matches with the lamp in Revelation 18:23. These are the lamps of rebuilt Babylon (Zacharia 5:11). Aladdin’s city Agrabah was a desert city. Like both Babylon and Jerusalem are desert cities, while Babylon is at the same time a seaport (Revelation 17). Agrabah was ‘a city of mystery, and enchantment’ (Agrabah, z.d.). As Endtimes Babylon is a mystery (Revelation 17:5) and a city of enchantment (Revelation 18:23). Agrabah was a city with a ‘palace and a marketplace’ (Agrabah, z.d.). As Endtimes Babylon will be a Kidinnu – marketplace (Leeman in D.J. Wiseman, 2004, p. 108). Agrabah was located on the Jordan river (Agrabah, z.d.). This means that there is a duality in the game. Agrabah is both Jerusalem and End Times Babylon. The name Aladdin could be a merging of Allah and Dzjinn. A djinn is in islamic culture a demonic spirt. While the word djinn also refers to the word ‘teen’ or ‘mud’ (Matheny, 2011, p. 240). Now we have a reference to the mud of Atlantis (Timaios 25) and to the mud of the Exodus story (Exodus 14:25). As to the mud out of which Adam was formed (Genesis 2:7).
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