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4) No question for this one, but I just do not like the fact that Death will reap God as God is eternal, supreme, and all powerful. If anybody wants to comment on this last bit, feel free.
 
4) No question for this one, but I just do not like the fact that Death will reap God as God is eternal, supreme, and all powerful. If anybody wants to comment on this last bit, feel free.
 
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RE: I totally agree with you. Death shouldn't be able to reap God - In many traditions; God is all-powerful and all-knowing. I also have some questions. Question1: It seems like the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are real living beings, so wouldn't that make the Pale Horseman allegeable to death. And to answer your question about Death being an angel, I don't think Death is an angel, instead he is the Head horseman. -- [[User:GrammarKing|GrammarKing]], June 30th 2010(UTC) 
  
  

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1) Why did Pestilence drive a green vehicle and Death drive a white vehicle? In Revelations, Pestilence rides the white horse, while Death rides the pale horse, which in some translations is "pale-green." 2) In addition, Death is referred to by Bobby as the Angel of Death ("Abandon All Hope"), who, in the Quran, is named Azrael. Does this mean that the other horsemen are also angels? 3) If Death is an angel, then God must have created him. So, how can Death be older than God? 4) No question for this one, but I just do not like the fact that Death will reap God as God is eternal, supreme, and all powerful. If anybody wants to comment on this last bit, feel free.

  • added by Matt P. <mparantha@yahoo.com> on 06/30/2010 *

RE: I totally agree with you. Death shouldn't be able to reap God - In many traditions; God is all-powerful and all-knowing. I also have some questions. Question1: It seems like the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are real living beings, so wouldn't that make the Pale Horseman allegeable to death. And to answer your question about Death being an angel, I don't think Death is an angel, instead he is the Head horseman. -- GrammarKing, June 30th 2010(UTC)


just removed this bit: *Apparently they are extremely obedient on fulfilling Lucifer's apocalyptic plan" as i think while they are part of the apocalypse, i don't think we know that they are working with or obedient to Lucifer. Can restore this is more info comes to light. --Missyjack 11:33, 18 January 2010 (UTC)

Just removed Pestilence from name template, for it is just another name for Death.

Anderson Writer, FEB. 15th 2010


I removed this particular info from the horsemen page because it is currently a spoiler. Our policy describes and dictates that we DO NOT allow any spoilers (No Exceptions)!!!

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Anderson Writer, MAY 4th 2010 (UTC)


Changed names of Horseman from Red to War etc, as the terms Pale Horsemen etc are not commonly used in the show to refer to the Horseman and may confuse readers. --Missyjack 07:04, 6 May 2010 (UTC)


My Speculation:


I remember that in the Bible it was Death who conjured the deadly storms during the Great flood. Isn't possible that Lucifer summoned Death for this purpose.... to obliterate the Earth by forcing Death to conjure storms that would lead to the destruction of the Earth...

Please post any thoughts on this documented speculation.... Feedback is ALWAYS great!

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Anderson Writer, MAY 12th 2010 (UTC)