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"Who is like the beast, and who can fight against it?" - Amy Calder

The Antichrist is a false prophet in the eyes of God. He/She is the son/daughter of the devil. This child has no limitation as the devil does. For example, it will be able to destroy an archangel, but most at all, it will bring the "lake of fire."

Amy Calder has been chosen to become the next Antichrist, on the exact same day she was born: April 6, 2008.

According the prophecy, Amy is going to kill Michael Buckley before he becomes an archangel, which makes her the next enemy for the Messengers, who have the new task to protect him at any cost.


Antichrist and the Devil. Detail from the Deeds of the Antichrist fresco by Luca Signorelli, c. 1501

The Antichrist is primarily a Christian concept based on interpretation of passages in the term "antichrist" occurs five times in 1 John and 2 John, once in plural form[1] and four times in the singular.[2]

In some Christian belief systems, Jesus the Messiah will appear in his Second Coming to Earth to face the emergence of the Antichrist figure, who will be the greatest false messiah in Christianity. Just as Christ is the savior and the ideal model for humanity, his opponent in the end time will be a single figure of concentrated evil, according to Bernard McGinn.[3]

In Islamic eschatology, Masih ad-Dajjal (the False messiah in Islam) is an anti-Messiah figure (similar to the Christian concept of Antichrist), who will appear to deceive humanity before the second coming of "Isa",[4] as Jesus is known by Arabic-speaking Muslim.

In Jewish eschatology, a similar anti-Messiah figure is called Armilus.[5]


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  3. Kristofer Widholm and Bernard McGinn (2001). "[Antichrist: An Interview with Bernard McGinn |origyear=185–254]". Cabinet Magazine. Issue 5 Evil Winter (Cabinet Magazine).
  4. Dajjal - Anti-Christ
  5. Jewish Encylcopedia: Armilus: "bald-headed, with one large and one small eye, deaf in the right ear and maimed in the right arm, while the left arm is two and one-half ells long."