Revelation 9:11 – When Thou Doth See Apollo Stareth at You, or Me or She, Maketh sure He cannot Follow!
They had as King over them, the Angel of the Abyss, whose name in Hebrew is Abaddon, and in Greek is Apollyon (that is, the Destroyer).
– Revelation 9:11 (HINT: Apollyon is another name for Apollo)
The New Testament passage from the Book of Revelation seen above isn’t the only hint that Apollo, a violent, cruel, and sexually degenerate Greco-Roman ‘god’ of the sun may represent a serious threat to the Biblical tradition. His outrageous sexual immorality alone clearly indicates his violent, unnatural preferences (Rape and Sodomy) are merely an expression of his continued opposition to literally all that the Judeo/Christian tradition believes in (Monogamy, Marriage, and Family).
In fact. a fairly extensive amount of evidence, both biblical and historical, may also point to the ‘Divine’ Apollo as the very real Anti-Christ. Or, as the Prophet Isaiah accurately predicted many, many centuries ago: ‘Oh, Lucifer, Son of the Morning, how art thou fallen!’
‘Apollyon’ translates to destroyer. Related to the Greek god Apollo. Apollo was considered the author of evil and its avoidance. Revelation- ‘They have as king over them the angel of the bottomless pit; his name in Hebrew is Abaddon, and in Greek he is called Apollyon.‘ (Revelation 9:11)
– Apollo, The Underworld, The Unspoken Bible (usbible.com)
Given the fact this particular god’s followers and worshipers has dropped from millions of devotees around 2,000 years ago, to near zero today (not counting a few hundred New Age lunatics scattered about), Apollo may not be in a very good mood right now- especially about the continued religious of a certain Jewish carpenter from Nazareth. Indeed, this former god of the sun, who once lived atop Mt. Olympus far above the earth, probably didn’t appreciate the way a miniscule Jewish sect of nobodies managed to inevitably topple his sodomite Roman Empire, leaving it behind to crumble into ruins and dust. This too makes him an even more likely candidate for the Anti-Christ, both then and now, and perhaps until the End of Time.
John referred to a pavilion of Zeus, located on a hill overlooking the city of Pergamos, as ‘Satan’s seat’ (Revelation 2:13). John also mentioned Apollo, the son of Zeus, as ‘the angel of the bottomless pit’ in Revelation 9:11. The term “perdition” in Revelation 17:11 is translated from a Greek term meaning ‘Apollo’. Therefore, it seems that Irenaeus thought the Antichrist would be a Titan and son of Apollo.
– John’s View of the Antichrist, By J. R. Church, The End Times Observer