“And I saw a mighty angel proclaiming with a loud voice, ‘Who is worthy to open the scroll and break its seals?’” 

A pagan who worships dead gods and demons
The son of troy is nowhere to be seen
Lust for power, led by vain philosophies and evils
The son of Greece is nowhere to be seen
A fallen world, led by fallen people
The roman general is nowhere to be seen 

Defeated by A.I, even when God had given him victory
The chosen generation’s leader cannot open it
A life filled with shameful drama and fatal slippery
The men after God’s heart cannot open it
Running to pagan gods for his people’s security
The warrior-priest cannot open it 

A mythical king born out of a failed view of nobility
This vain picture of manliness cannot open it
When paganism and Christianity find commonality
The holy roman emperor cannot open it
Using the name of God to commit a great atrocity
The leader of the first crusade cannot open it 

“…And no one in heaven or on earth or under the earth was able to open the scroll or to look into it…”