|"The number of the beast is 666 Philadelphia, Rosenbach Museum and Library" by William Blake|
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The Number of the Beast is 666 by William Blake
And from the earth rose a second beast, this one horned as a ram. His words moved the world to fall under the sway of the first beast.
He summoned fire from heaven to fall upon the earth. With other great wonders he deceived mankind into making an image of the first beast.
The image was granted life and he slew those who refused their worship. Those who cast their lot with the beast were marked forever.
Wisdom allows you to count the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man, and his number is 666.