3.16 A leader unites the Third World countries

Throughout Asia there will be great proscription,
also in Mysia, Lycia and Pamphilia.
Blood will flow because of the absolution
of a young dark man, filled with evil doing. (ΙΙΙ-60)

The names «Mysia, Lycia and Pamphilia» are the equivalent of what those areas of the country were called during the time of the Greek civilization. I was using the classical references so that the Inquisition thought I was merely making a comment on history.

A leader will arise in that area of the world which you refer to as the Third World countries. This leader’s main goal in life will be to unite the Third World countries of the whole world, but particularly those of the old world, into a force to be reckoned with, in order to battle with the so-called "super" powers.

The area of conflict will be the gray area between that which is considered eastern Europe and that which is considered to be the Middle East, particularly around the Adriatic and Caspian Seas and the eastern Mediterranean. It will be a fruitless conflict. There will not be any definite outcome from it. There will not be a winner or a loser, just a bunch of strife all around.

The «young dark man» is a leader that will arise. In a sense, he can be called the anti-Christ, in that his main ambition would be to tear down Christianity, for he will not be a Christian. But he will not be the Anti-Christ in the sense of the order leader that he has mentioned, whom he calls the Anti-Christ because he is against humanity in general and humanity is Christ.

Note: Mysia, Lycia and Pamphylia were located in ancient Greek times on the western and southern coasts of Turkey where it meets the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. Thus, I think he is referring to modern Turkey by his mention of these names.