There’s a video going viral this week of a chimpanzee idly scrolling an Instagram feed on a smartphone. It flicks through the feed, selects a photo or video, takes it in, and then goes back to the feed.
Yeah, this is cute and funny and all that, but should we really be laughing at it? The unsaved world sees something like this as mere amusement, but bible students of the end times know a thing or two about how the animal world will act in the coming time of Jacob’s trouble after the Rapture of the Church takes place. Locusts from the bottomless pit, multi-headed beasts, yes sir the animal world will be well-represented during that time. Please have me excused, thank you.
“And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority.” Revelation 13:2 (KJV)
We have long said that the Internet is indeed the platform of the coming One World System that will be ruled over by Antichrist, and one of the most captivating and mesmerizing components of the Internet is social media. Now seeing it extend to captivating the animal world as well is quite chilling indeed.
Monkey magic: Ape uses smartphone to scroll Instagram
FROM AU NEWS: The video quickly went viral after being uploaded to Reddit this morning with users saying it could be used to persuade their older relatives to try a smartphone. The ape can be seen navigating Instagram quite well, clicking on photos, profiles and watching videos.
The reaction to the footage showed it’s also pretty great at fishing for likes. The video comes one month after separate footage was shared of another chimp doing the same thing.
Some viewers were startled by the intelligence of the monkeys saying it could be prophetic of a Planet of the Apes like clash with humans in future.
Most didn’t go that apes**t and simply enjoyed watching a primate do something pretty amazing. In the latest minute-long video, the ape seemed more interested in looking at pictures and videos that had monkeys in them.
In 2015 a study on apes’ memory skills showed that they were more interested in watching film scenes that had people dressed as King Kong in them, compared to scenes with no King Kong or primate-like figure. READ MORE