Armageddon is, according to the Holy Bible, the final battle between good and evil in which the world will experience a vivid depiction of spiritual warfare as the armies of Satan and the Antichrist wage an all-out war against the armies of God.

However, the exact nature of Armageddon is hotly debated, with many believing it be more symbolic than literal while others hold true to the ancient prophecy - regardless of the details, Armageddon is believed by many to be the defining moment that will lead to the Day of Judgement, in which all evil is ultimately cast from the world by God Himself to make way for the new world.

According to one premillennial Christian interpretation, the Messiah will return to Earth and defeat the Antichrist and the Devil in the Battle of Armageddon.

The OmenEdit

The name of Tel Megiddo is a bastardization of "Armageddon", though Keith Jennings incorrectly states that Megiddo's name is derived from the term Armageddon.

Damien - Omen IIEdit

According to the Book of Revelation, during Armageddon, seven kings of ten nations will form an alliance with Satan and will be granted temporary power by Satan in return. The kings will eventually come to hate the Whore of Babylon; they will make her desolate and naked, and will burn her with fire and eat her flesh. Dr. Charles Warren states that the Whore of Babylon represents Rome. The Book of Revelation also predicts that the Antichrist will cause much death and suffering during his reign over Earth.

The Final ConflictEdit

It is indicated that, unbeknownst to most of mankind, Armageddon is happening in the form of the worldwide economic crisis during Damien Thorn's time as head of Thorn Industries. As predicted in the Bible, after Damien spends seven years as head of Thorn Industries, Christ returns to Earth on the morning of March 24 to liberate it from the Antichrist; and when Damien dies a week later, Christ restores peace to the Earth.

Omen IV: The AwakeningEdit

It is stated in the Book of Revelation that there will be a fourth kindom (thought to be Rome), from which the Antichrist will come from. It is also indicated in Revelation that the Antichrist will have 'authority' for forty-two months.

Omen IV: Armageddon 2000Edit


Omen V: The AbominationEdit


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