While Christianity claims to have a monopoly on prophetic interpretation of the Holy Writ that is only because we fail to investigate and research what may a far more serious scholarly study of the ancient prophets by the sages of Judaism.
But easily stated ‘truth’ can just as easily turn to fiction…with a very unhappy ending.
Let us first look at the prophecy of Ezekiel about Gog of the Land of Magog.
; horses and horsemen, all of them fully outfitted, in huge numbers of troops, all of them with shields, holding swords Get ready and prepare yourself, you and all your troops gathered around you, and who, in the distant future to the days of Ezekiel would lead an international host in a full scale assault on the restored Nation of Israel and Jerusalem at the time of the end.
Over the centuries, the attempt to identify this person has been fruitless. Occurring thirteen times in the entire Ta Na Kh (Old Testament) and the Brit Hadassah (re-Newed Testament), the light of interpretation in every reference has rendered the name meaningless.
Let us begin our search in the scripture and search for a literal physical person called Gog.