Our subject is the Antichrist. Andreas Helwig laid it out in 1612 with his vicarius filii dei = 600+60+6. On the net I heard about many Antichrist books before his time and came across a painting about The sermons of the Antichrist and its consequences. Painted by Luca Signorelli in 1499 one sees a lot. The Antichrist preaches and Satan stands behind him to tell him what to say. Who is the Antichrist? Well, he stands on a square podium. Right? On the podium is a picture of Alexander the Great on a horse. Right? Well, the pope of those days was .....Alexander VI.  Now you know. Above left they seize Savonarolla in 1497 and beat him, hang him and two others and burn them on the wooden altar in the city. Pope Alexander VI of those days' henchmen came rushing with horses and said that the Pope was giving his permission "for a great fire." Now what did Savonarolla do that he should be burned? He was a Dominican monk. Young, because he dies 45 years old. Let me read you the list of reasons why people feel in our time in secular America and Europe, it was a good thing to burn the fanatic. First: Savonarolla did not like jokes. People waste their time with nonsense. They should not waste time with poems. They should stay away from bar and wine suppliers. Sex of the LGBTQH+ kind is damned. No cheating. Suddenly I feel, I am standing with Church Manual in my hand! Or one of Ellen White's books. No extravagant and expensive clothes. No earrings and jewelry. No nude arts. No pictures of pagan gods. The modern Renaissance Culture is corrupt and one should avoid it. There must be laws against vices and laxity. Laws against negligence in the administration and churches. Carnivals and festivals must be stopped. It's bad for morale. He replaces it with Christian Festivals. He then made a big fire in 1497 and burned gambling tables, playing cards, carnival masks, mirrors, ornaments, naked images, bad books, bad pictures, literally everything was burned on the street. And when he finished, he closed the Church Manual and went home. (Get away. He did not). To be seized and killed and burned soon after. When the priest asked him for his last word, he said: "My Christ suffered more for me". Luther came 20 years later and said that Savonarolla had been a "godly man with great principles. He was a great reader of the Word of God." What does Wikipedia say about Pope Alexander VI giving permission for his burning? "He is considered the most controversial pope of the Renaissance because he admitted that he had a few children with his mistresses." Sounds to me like a shadow of Herod and John the Baptist. Not true? Do you still have your Church Manual? Follow it like Savonarolla. Right?