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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