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Revelation of John 18

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1 After this, I saw another Angel descending from heaven and having great power; the earth was illuminated from his glory.
2 And he cried out strongly, with a loud voice, saying: Babylon, the great [harlot], fell, became the habitation of demons and the shelter of every unclean spirit, the shelter of every unclean and disgusting bird; for with the fierce wine of her fornication she drank all the nations,
3 and the kings of the earth committed fornication with her, and the merchants of the earth became rich from her great luxury.
4 And I heard a different voice from heaven, saying: Come out of her, my people, so as not to participate in your sins and not undergo her plagues;
5 for her sins came to heaven, and God remembered her iniquities.
6 Give her as she did to you, and double to her according to her deeds; in the bowl in which she prepared the wine for you, cook it in half.
7 How much she was famous and luxurious, so much give her torment and sorrow. For she says in her heart: `I am sitting as a queen, I am not a widow and I will not see sorrows! '
8 For this, in one day, executions, death and weeping and hunger will come upon her, and will be burned by fire, because the Lord God who judges her is strong.

9 And the kings of the earth will mourn and weep for her, having fornication and having grown with her, when they see the smoke from her fire,
10 standing far from the fear of her torment [and] saying: woe, woe [to you], the great city of Babylon, a mighty city! for in one hour your judgment came.
eleven And the merchants of the earth will weep and weep for her, because no one is buying their goods,
12 gold and silver goods, and precious stones and pearls, and fine linen and porphyry, and silk and scarlet, and every incense tree, and all products from ivory, and all products from expensive trees, from copper and iron and marble,
thirteen cinnamon and incense, and peace and incense, and wine and oil, and flour and wheat, and cattle and sheep, and horses and chariots, and human bodies and souls.
14 And the fruits that were pleasing to your soul were not with you, and all the stout and brilliant departed from you; you will not find it anymore.
fifteen Traded all the sim, enriched from her, will be away from the fear of her torment, crying and sobbing
16 and saying: woe, woe [to you], a great city, dressed in fine linen and purple and purple, decorated with gold and precious stones and pearls,
17 for in one hour such wealth perished! And all the helmsmen, and all the sailing ships, and all the shipbuilders, and all the merchants on the sea were far away
18 and, seeing the smoke from her fire, they cried out, saying: What city is like a great city!
19 And they dusted their heads, and cried, weeping and weeping: woe, woe [to you], a great city, whose jewels were enriched with all that had ships on the sea, for it was empty in one hour!
20 Have fun about this, heaven and the holy apostles and prophets; for God completed your judgment on him.
21 And one strong Angel took a stone like a large millstone and plunged it into the sea, saying: with such an aspiration, Babylon, the great city, will be defeated, and it will no longer be.
22 And the voices playing on the harp, and singing, and playing the flutes, and trumpet trumpets in you will no longer be heard; there will be no artist in you, no art, and the noise from the millstones will not be heard in you;
23 and the light of the lamp will no longer appear in you; and the voices of the bride and groom will no longer be heard in you: for your merchants were nobles of the earth, and all peoples were misled by your magic.
24 And in it was found the blood of the prophets and saints and all those killed on earth.

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