Did You Know That Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Party ID Card Was 555?
All despotic world tyrants have been a type or a picture of the final madman who the bible has long prophesied would come on the scene – the Antichrist, whose number will be 666 according to Revelation 13. But there have been those that have stood out in the annals of history above all the rest. In our time, Adolf Hitler wins the prize – hands down – for the scariest, most evil man to ever walk the face of the earth. But would it shock you to know that his ID card from the Nazi party was 555? We believe that this signifies that Hitler is the last world tyrant to show up before the appearance of the Antichrist himself.
“Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.” Revelation 13:18
From KJV 1611.org: In the book Seig Heil by Stefan Lorant (Bonanza Books, NY) on page 120, there is a photograph of Adolf Hitler when he first registered with the Nazi Party in Austria. His ID card has an interesting number on it—555.
Do you now what the number five means? Of course not; all the modern scholars say it means “grace.” It only means “grace” in one case in the Scriptures, and that is the death of one man.
They all forgot that there was a dead lamb on a death altar, that was five by five, every day—one in the morning and one in the evening—throughout Israel’s history for more than 1,000 years.
They also forgot that the first man to die of natural causes in the Bible, died in Genesis 5:5 (Abel didn’t die naturally; he was killed). They forgot that the frequency for the distress call S.O.S. is 500 kilocycles, and that when a pilot is sending out a distress call when his plane crashes, it is “Mayday”—that’s the fifth month in the year.
So if anybody took their Bible study “seriously,” they would have a chart that the King James Bible set up for them—that the people who corrected the KJV couldn’t find—that would run something like this:
111—the Roman Caesar Nero—anti-Semitic
222—the Roman Catholic Constantine—anti-Semitic
333—the Roman Catholic Charlemagne—anti-Semitic
444—the Roman Catholic Napoleon—anti-Semitic
555—the Roman Catholic Hitler—anti-Semitic
666—the Roman Catholic Antichrist—anti-Semitic
777—the Lord Jesus Christ, the true Messiah—Semitic
888—the New Heavens, the New Earth, the New Jerusalem
What could 999 be? King James (nine letters) 1611 (totaling nine) Holy Bible (nine letters). Nine is the number of fruitfulness (e.g., the nine fruits of the Spirit listed in Gal. 5:22–23). That Book bears
fruit in Eternity. “Heaven and earth shall pass away [that’s when the new ones come in—2 Pet. 3:12–13], but my words shall not pass away [God’s word survives and goes past Rev. 20–21
into Eternity]” (Matt. 24:35) source – KJV 1611
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