This book attempts an exegesis of The Book of Revelations from the perspective of postmodernity. The book considers the three interpretive modes of anagogy, teleology, and geneaology, which have been used by exegetes of the Book of Revelations. Anagogy views the text as a work expressing timeless propositions of the Christian spirit. Teleology views the text as a genuine prophecy of things to come. And, the geneaological perspective traces the lines of descent in the text from their original sources. The author examines the history of each of these interpretive modes, and then turns to the Book of Revelations itself to provide his own exegesis. The author uncovers the hidden astrological underpinning of the Book of Revelations, and shows how John wrote the book as a reply to astrology from the Christian perspective. The book concludes with a discussion of Revelations in light of Jung's "Answer to Job". Overall, this is an excellent introduction to the Book of Revelations, and its interpretors.