a reply to: Misterlondon
Same with Santa Claws, but I bet you don't relay that to your peoples.
BTW, the Xmas Tree is a pyramid with an illuminated eye/angel on top. The Xmas hat, too. And Catholics "crossing themselves" is also making a pyramid
with the Pineal Gland/ All seeing eye on top. I could go on for days, test me. We could see who knows the most.
But... interpreting images that supernaturally appear, is 100% definitely a Biblical thing. I mean, don't tell me I have to post verses. You should
already know that. I mean, do you even know the Bible?
Actually, maybe, please just answer me this... does that look like a Goat in the rock, in the poster? the other Dude doesn't even think it looks like
a Goat. LOL, got to be trolling, right? Tell me y'all don't see the Bird too.
They stand for the Good Angel and the Fallen Angel. It's pretty obvious, if you think about it. Their Bible Sacrifices both parallel each other, and
also the Abraham & Isaac Story... except the "father" really does take out the "son". The Bloodline son, that is. The A.C. kills the "Son, Goat" and
that signifies the bad Angel Blood getting cut off for the scape-goat sacrifice. It's so the Gentiles can get branched-in at mid-trib.
The 2 Birds in the Leprosy sacrifice is a Witness and his kid. The Father Bird takes the place of the Red Heifer/Innocent "Bird Blood" having Kid,
when the kid is raptured and the Wits stay down. The opposite of Enoch and Elijah going up. They went up and everyone else stayed down. For the
rapture, the Wits stay down and everyone else goes up.
The Witnesses are also the Ram that takes its kid's place, like the Ram that took Issac's place. The raptured, Red Heifer kid, w/ innocent Bird Blood,
will help re-populate for the New Millenium, like Isaac back in the day. The Wits are one half Ram and one half scape-goat.
Another way you know they're the Ram is.. a Ram has 2 Shofars on its head. Like the 2 Wits use for the Feast of Trumpets Cerimony. I know all the
Feasts and all the other Animal Sacrifices too.
And if you don't think the sacrifices turn into people, you're trippin', because the Lamb already did, so why wouldn't the rest of 'em? You think the
Wits rise back to life after 3 and a half days, and aren't a sacrifice?
IDK, thanks for watching, though. Thanks for the honest "feed", my Dude.