In the eschatological narrative, the concept of the Antichrist’s rise to power is often depicted as a cunning usurpation of authority, driven by a promise of peace and stability. Within this framework, the Antichrist emerges as a charismatic figure, wielding power with the guise of benevolence.

Prophecies foretell of a time when the world will be engulfed in chaos and turmoil, and in the midst of this upheaval, the Antichrist will present himself as a beacon of hope, offering solutions to the world’s most pressing problems.

The Antichrist’s quest for dominion over the earth is framed as a noble endeavor to establish a utopian society, characterized by harmony, security, and equitable distribution of resources. By consolidating power and implementing authoritarian measures, the Antichrist aims to enforce a system of governance that promises to bring an end to strife and conflict. Under the guise of ensuring peace and prosperity for all, the Antichrist employs strategic tactics to maintain control, suppressing dissent and dissenting voices in the name of the greater good. Yet, beneath the veneer of tranquility lies a darker truth – a reality in which individual liberties before he comes to power are increasingly becoming sacrificed at the altar of collective obedience through technological advances like AI and CBDCs. In the prophetic narrative, the Antichrist’s ascent to power serves as a cautionary tale, warning against the seductive allure of surveillance capitalism which is a hidden threat of political economics which denotes the widespread collection and commodification of personal data by corporations masquerading as benevolence and free market ideals for personal liberty.