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The Slavic name for the bitter Wormwood plant is Chornobyl (Ukrainian spelling). In Russian, the name of the plant is Polyn, also known as Chernobyl. Chernyi means dark/black while byl literally means story (the past tense of existence) and connotes the bitterness of being, the blackness of existence, the darkness of reality.

In Ukrainian and Russian Bibles, the Greek word apsinthos (absinthe) in Revelation 8:11 is understood as Chornobyl/Chernobyl which invites its association with the 1986 disaster near the historic town of Chernobyl.

Chernobyl/Wormwood proclaimed as
fulfillment of Bible prophecy at the Forty-fifth session
of the UN (IAEA) by Belarrus president.

United Nations A
General Assembly A/45/PV.32
Forty-fifth session
Excerpts from the provisional verbatim record of the thirty- second
meeting held at Headquarters, New York on Tuesday, 23 October 1990,
at 10 a.m. Mr. Blix (IAEA):

’In Slavic languages, including the Ukrainian and Byelorussian languages, there is a word "chernobyl", which means wormwood, bitter grass. This has striking relevance to the Chernobyl tragedy. I am no fatalist. I do not believe in the blind inevitability of fate, but who can fail to be moved by these tragic and elegiac words from Revelation, which must leave their indelible imprint on the heart:

"... and there fell a great star from the sky, burning as it were a lamp,
and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of
water; And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the
waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter." (The Holy Bible, Revelation 8:10-11)

At the end of the twentieth century the human intellect-educated in rationalism, in faith, in the creative power of science and knowledge-refuses to accept that those words may prove prophetic and fateful for the Byelorussian people."

Mankinds worst man made disaster (a portent of things to come)
On April 26, 1986, an explosion at Chernobyl nuclear reactor one occurred blowing the lid off the reactor and releasing seven tons of radioactive particles into the atmosphere. A mile-high nuclear cloud rained down isotopes on an unsuspecting population of five million. Because of the direction of the winds after the explosion, Belarus received 70% of the fallout (Ukraine received 20% and Russia 5%. The rest fell on western Europe) and reached the east coast of America. The Chernobyl disaster is internationally regarded as the worlds worst nuclear accident. The actual explosion was only the size of a small atomic bomb. However, in terms of fallout, Chernobyl produced 20 times the radioactive contamination of the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki combined.

The prophetic significance:

Revelation 8:10
"The third angel sounded his trumpet, and a great star, burning like a lamp, fell from the sky on a third of the rivers and on the springs of water - 11 the name of the star is Wormwood." A third of the waters turned bitter, and many people died from the waters that had become poisonous."

The immediate effects
A star is literally a nuclear reactor. Chernobyl exploded over a mile into the atmosphere and fell back to earth "burning like a lamp". The disaster was made worse because it rained for 3 weeks all over Europe, in Finland the reindeer died, in Italy tens of thousands of acres of fruit farms were destroyed. The fall out got into the waters, the rivers and aquifers and was recorded particularly high in areas of Wales which provided drinking water to central England. The area of the earth affected was roughly one third, due to the radioactive fall out getting into the waters.

"A third of the waters turned bitter, and many people died from the waters that had become poisonous."

Effects of Chernobyl disaster
According to Paul Brown, environment correspondent, The Guardian 26 April 2000, the Chernobyl disaster was predicted to cause 50,000 new cases of thyroid cancer among young people living in the worst-affected region, World Health Organisation researchers say. The figures show that in Gomel, Belarus, 36.4% of children aged under four on April 26, 1986 - the day of the disaster -- can expect to develop thyroid cancer. This percentage is much higher than was originally expected, as well as being well above rates following previous exposures to nuclear fallout. A second, more general, report on the effects of Chernobyl released by the UN predicted that that the worst was still to come for more than 7m people affected by the disaster.

"Chernobyl is a word we would all like to erase from our memory," said the UN secretary general, Kofi Annan, in a foreword to the report. But he added that "more than 7m of our fellow human beings do not have the luxury of forgetting. They are still suffering, every day, as a result of what happened." Mr Annan said the exact number of victims may never be known, but that 3m children require treatment and "many will die prematurely".

Death toll far worse than expected
In a more recent article, John Vidal, environment editor for The Guardian, 25 March 2006 reported the UN was accused of ignoring 500,000 Chernobyl deaths. Atomic agency says toll will not exceed 4,000. Doctors ’overwhelmed’ by cancers and mutations and that the final death toll could reach 19 million with a huge increase of cancer all over western europe in the 25 years since the disaster.

Chernobyl - the Slavic perspective
Chernobyl considered a religious event
In the Ukraine and Belarus up to 50% polled believe the Chernobyl disaster was "an act of God" and fulfilled Revelation 8:10. In a 1994 national poll, 1,550 Belarusian citizens (including a quota sample of 244 institutional leaders) were asked a variety of questions, including how strongly they disagreed or agreed with the following statement: ’The Chernobyl disaster was prophesied in the Revelation of John and was therefore inevitable.’
On a scale from 1 to 5, the mean response was 2.56 (1=Strongly Disagree, 5= Strongly Agree). The surprisingly high number of ’Agree’ and ’Strongly Agree’ responses among certain segments of the population was considered significant. According to a survey of 485 Belarusian citizens commissioned in April 1996 (during the 10th anniversary of Chernobyl), nearly one third
(31.2%) considered the Chernobyl nuclear disaster a prophecy specifically predicted in the Bible. (source: Christendon, Drew University).

Byleorussian foreign minister claims fulfillment of
Bible prophecy at UN General Assembley 1996.
The foreign minister of Byelorussia announced to the United Nations General Assembly that his nation has a 2,200,000 "sect of outcasts" who will produce deformed children for generations. "They are hostages of postponed hazardous radiation effects," he said in an emotion-choked speech. And one of the three rivers in that area is polluted, perhaps for ever. The foreign minister told a stunned United Nation gathering that "In Slavic languages, Chernobyl means - Wormwood" and quoted Revelation chapter 8 verse 10 and the repeated use of the symbolism in Revelation chapter 9.

"And why does the prophecy use the metaphor of a star? Because God tends to be precise. He only said "burning as if it were a lamp". Stars don’t "burn". They are - to use twentieth century jargon - self-sustaining nuclear breeder reactors. Like the one at Chernobyl. ’I saw the star which was fallen from heaven unto earth," [that’s referring to ’Wormwood’] "and to him was given the key of the bottomless pit; and he opened the bottomless pit; and there arose a smoke out of the pit, as the smoke of a great furnace... and there came out of the smoke locusts,,, and their torment was as the torment of a scorpion." (Revelation ch9 vv1-5)

When Chernobyl went wrong it was known that it would only be a matter of time before the reactor began to melt down - a phase where it eats through the base of its container and corrodes down to the centre of the earth, prior to a massive blow-out that has the potential for releasing tonnes of lethal plutonium dust into the upper atmosphere."

The Russian perspective - How was the event interpreted?
On a widespread and popular level in Ukraine and Belarus, according to documentary evidence, the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster is considered ’an act of God’ and assigned religious significance. Chernobyl is interpreted as prophetic (fatalistic or predictive) and apocalyptic (cataclysmic or revelatory) in harmony with a long, popular tradition of Russian apocalyptic.
’During my initial visits to the Chernobyl region in 1990-91, on the eve of the fifth anniversary of Chernobyl, I often would ask Belarusians: ’Do you have a religious opinion about Chernobyl? They typically answered ’yes’ and proceeded to rehearse the long history of suffering in Belarus. Frequently, they would cite the ’Wormwood star’ in the writings of the Bible as referring specifically to the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. See Michael Christensen, Chernobyl Apocalypse (Drew University dissertation, 1996).

Claims Wormwood translated as Chernobyl
was an urban myth was an urban myth
Just to prove you cannot always trust Wikipedia. For years Wikipedia and Snoopes claimed that it was an urban myth that Wormwood translated Chernobyl in slavic languages. Wikipedia and Snoopes have since dropped the claims but for many years it was denied.

Spiritual meaning of Chernobyl
Then the third angel sounded: And a great star fell from heaven, burning like a torch, and it fell on a third of the rivers and on the springs of water. The name of the star is Wormwood.’ A third of the waters became wormwood, and many people died from the water, because it was made bitter. (Revelation 8:10-11).

Wormwood (in Slavonic, ’Chernobyl’), an extremely bitter plant that would make water undrinkable, symbolizes the bitter fruits of idolatry. The Bible uses natural concepts for what they spiritually represent.

Water is what we need as a natural source for life and so is used in the Bible as a metaphor for what we need as a spiritual source for life (the teachings of Jesus). "If anyone is thirsty, let him come to me and drink" John 7:37

The Biblical flood of Noah is considered a non literal metaphorical event which has this meaning. The Arc we are told represents faith (1 Peter 3:19) in a world of wicked waters. The waters of Egypt have this meaning, "Egypt riseth up like a flood.. I will go up, and will cover the earth" Jer 46:8, the waters of Egypt [the natural man] represent the ideas or teachings of the world.

"But the wicked are like the tossing sea" Isaiah 57:20;

"deliver me from those who hate me, from the deep waters" Pslam 69:14;

And the angel said to me, "The waters which you saw where the harlot sits, are peoples and multitudes and nations and tongues." Rev 17:15.

So the waters represent wicked people here and in many other places.

While in the opposite sense the waters from Jesus represent what we need to live spiritually,

"but whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him will never thirst; the water that I shall give him will become in him a spring of water welling up to Eternal Life." (John 4:14 RSV);

"And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper." Psalms 1 and many other places.

So waters represent the teachings of the wicked (which can poison you) or the teachings of the spiritual (which give eternal life).

The symbolism of a "star" represents angels or those to be..

"Those who are wise will shine like the brightness of the heavens, and those who lead many to righteousness, LIKE THE STARS for ever and ever." Daniel 12:3

"Where were you when I laid the earth’s foundation? Tell me, if you understand. Who marked off its dimensions? Surely you know! Who stretched a measuring line across it? On what were its footings set, or who laid its cornerstone while the MORNING STARS SANG TOGETHER and all the ANGELS shouted for joy?" Job 38:4-7.

The Wormwood star is fallen so it reprsents a fallen angel (a former teacher of righteousness) who teachings are now bitter and poisonous.

Authors personal prophetic experience, Chernobyl
The author of this page is a non denom Christian and had a personal once in a lifetime experience in 1982 at a papal mass in the UK in which I had a prolonged and detailed conversation with an angel of Jesus who made me speak out loud that Chernobyl would fulfill the above Bible prophecy four years in advance before listening Catholics. As a 10 year old child at the time I could not pronounce it so had to ask the angel to repeat it, my grandmother wrote it down along with a man from the nearby town of Bulkington, the angel said "I have been reading your book" or writings on the matter, he was quoting back to me my own future writings that I would not write until I was much older, after 28 and one of the things he quoted back to me (which I immediately said out loud) was that Wormwood is Chernobyl and it will explode or words to that effect. He said it to me in the context of a conversation, but I repeated it out loud in the context of a prophecy (which I never intended to I was just automatically relaying everything he said to those around me listening). He said something like "I have been reading what you wrote about Wormwood and Chernobyl and the Chernobyl explosion in 1986" and I then said "Chernobyl will explode in 1986" (and then asked him to repeat it). So to those listening it was in effect a prophecy, because this was 1982. Four years later in 1986 when Chernobyl exploded, I was at my uncles house and my grandmother came around excitedly with the bit of paper she had kept in a draw saying look, this is what he predicted, this is what he predicted! My uncle was understandably skeptical. Later that night I was watching the Chernobyl disaster unfold on the news at my uncles house when he said "look, this sounds stupid, but did you predict this?" and I just sat their and said nothing, no reply. I felt like I couldn’t reply. He then said, "did someone tell you not to talk about it". At the time, after a long pause, I just said "it is worse than they think". I was not allowed to recall these events until I repented at the age of 28 and within seconds of asking for the Holy Spirit (Luke 11:13), "But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, he will teach you all things and bring to your remembrance all that I have said to you." John 14:26.

Prophetic Historicism and dual fullfillment
During my own personal prophetic experience of this event I was told I would have a great interest in Bible prophecy in my adult life and understand how this fulfillment fits into the traditional Historicist method of fulfillment. We have seen how stars are used to symbolically represent angels, (that can be men who will be). Isaiah applies a similar image of a falling star, c. xiv. v.12, to the fall of the king of Babylon. "How (says he) hast thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! How art thou cut down to the ground which didst weaken the nations", the symbolic meaning of waters, represent the teachings of men or God. So as we need water to sustain us naturally, so the waters or teachings of God are used as a symbol required for spiritual life. In this case the waters (teachings) are made bitter and poisonous.

Dual fullfillment (context)
It is largely recongised that all OT prophecies have a literal and then symbolic or typological fulfillment over a much longer period of time. Here the reverse applies, because the OT is written naturally, using metaphors which transfer the meaning, the NT reverses this concept so we have the spiritual or symbolic first and the natural or literal last, as to cause and effect, as one thinks to move a finger (the spiritual which is in the cause), so in an instant the body reacts (the natural which is in the effect). In the traditional Historicist method of intepretting the Bible prophecies, most agree trumpet 6 was fulfilled around 1890 as relating to the Ottoman Empire. We then have chapter 10 and seven additional thunders/prophecies delivered which John was about to write down but was told "write them not" (because in typical OT style they represent dual fulfillment) of seven of the prophecies already written down post 1890. Hence the last 100 years or so have been the most unique in the history of man. The trumpets are Gods warnings, (they are getting louder/more literal) and as the Church age ended after 2300 years from 457BC as most Historicists agree, we are now in the final era of the nations, the macrocosm of the microcosm, in the sense of cause and effect.


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