Monthly Archives: September 2011

Gold of the Alpha and Omega

The Alpha and Omega seemed to wear a cloak. Around the chest of the Filio similem hominis was perceived a band of gold. Why would gold seem to encircle the chest of the Alpha and Omega? Nature always intends and … Continue reading

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Cloak of the Alpha and Omega

The being similem hominis identifies himself: “I am the Alpha and Omega.” (Revelation 1: 8) The Alpha and Omega wears not a robe, but a cloak, vestitum podere. Around his chest is a belt or band of gold. But perhaps … Continue reading

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The Candlesticks of Gold

“et conversus sum ut viderem vocem quae loquebatur mecum, et conversus vidi septem candelabra aurea.” (Apocalypsis Iohannis) John of Patmos hears a voice. He turns to see to whom the voice belongs. He sees seven golden candlesticks. Whatever is going … Continue reading

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Midst the Seven Golden Candlesticks

“et conversus sum ut viderem vocem quae loquebatur mecum, et conversus vidi septem candelabra aurea.” (Apocalypsis Iohannis 1: 12) John of Patmos was on an island. He heard a voice behind him. He turned and saw seven golden candlesticks. In … Continue reading

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Spain, Our Neighbor to the Past

In The Great Reckoning, authors James Dale Davidson and Lord William Rees-Mogg wrote of the old glory days of Spain. This was the Siglo de Oro (Century of Gold), which occurred approximately 1525 – 1625 A.D. “There is no better … Continue reading

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Trillions To Save Euro

As of last evening, Britain’s Telegraph newspaper reports a “firewall” will be set up around Greece, Portugal, and Ireland. Cost? 1.75 trillion British pounds. Cash will come mostly from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The planned Euro bailout is based … Continue reading

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A Sneaking Emoticon

In the September 23rd blog entry (“Gathered To His People”), an “emoticon” sneaked in. I had not intended for any emoticon to appear in connection with the citation from Genesis 25: 8. When the unwanted emoticon appeared, I tried to … Continue reading

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Gathered To His People

Yesterday, September 22, 2011 (“9/22”), the U.S. and other stock markets were “gathered to its people.” The Dow sank 391 points (3.5 percent). The Nasdaq plummeted about 82 points (3.25 percent). The phrase, “gathered to his people,” occurs in the … Continue reading

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Good Honest Cooking

Where is the good, honest cooking of the 1800s anymore? Amy Kitchener, a ghost, realized the problem. She materialized to Wanda Sue Parrott, a reporter with the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, in 1973. The ghost told Wanda Sue, and then Jackie … Continue reading

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A Light Begins to Shine

“And yet still He, who has eyes like a flame of fire, and, who walks in the midst of the golden candlesticks, was not deterred.” Thus wrote Cotton Mather in Wonders of the Invisible World. “Who walks in the midst … Continue reading

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