Guided missiles will be used in the war of Gog and Magog.
If we exchange the word “arrow” with the word “missile, the verse changes its meaning. Here are a few examples.
“Their arrows shall be as of a mighty man that maketh childless; none shall return in vain.” (Jeremiah, 50:9). According to the Malbim’s interpretation, the arrows of the enemies will act as if they have a mind of their own, and reach targets autonomously.
According to a modern interpretation: The arrows of the enemies (missiles) will be guided (mighty man), and cause much hurt and damage (none shall return in vain). “God who brought him forth out of Egypt is for him like the lofty horns of the wild-ox; he shall eat up the nations that are his adversaries, and shall break their bones in pieces, and pierce them through with his arrows.” (Numbers 24:8) In Balaam’s prophecy, he predicts that god will break and pierce those arrows, and if we replace the word arrow – with missiles – we are actually looking at a missile crushing prophecy.
This book has three origins: Natural disasters, progressions and events in Israel and the world of late. A dream, dreamed twice. On top of these three, the book was integrated with elements of imagination. The book quotes biblical verses referring to the war of Gog and Magog and the end of days.