Ethereum Blockchain London Hard Fork

The great city splitting into three parts according to Revelation 16:19 isn’t about destruction of the world or a nation or people but construction of peace and prosperity via Ethereum London Hard Fork.

The great city split into three parts

Revelation 16:19 (NIV)

London hard fork is English hard fork and the kingdom of God is English, since London is the capital of England and the sides, edges and vertices of the cube (the holy city) are the twenty six letters of the English alphabet. Splitting the United Monarchy to the northern kingdom of Israel and the southern kingdom of Judah is creating the London hard fork.

London hard fork is the olive branch and London (English) is the cubic block popularised as Ethereum so that Ethereum London hard fork is a symbol of peace.

Ethereum blockchain had been unbroken before 2021-08-05 11:55 (UTC). Ethereum is a coin whose head is unbroken and tail broken. The coin is the great city and George Washington at the head and the Samoan fruit bat and her pup at the tail of bat quarter dollar are the three parts of the great city.

The great city described in Revelation 16:19 is a single coin ETH comprised of infinite amount of coins, as many as how much money the Ethereum network is capable of holding.

A hard fork is defined as an unstable time for a cryptocurrency during which the community is divided and the cryptocurrency is extremely volatile. It is expected that the division could either lead to the creation of a new token or not. If a new token is created the two tokens formed after block height 12,965,000 are the two bats on the tail and the single token prior to approximately 2021-08-05 11:55 (UTC) is George Washington at the head of the Ethereum coin.

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