posted on Apr, 23 2008 @ 02:09 PM
THE LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF THE CHARIOT'S ANATOMICAL PARTS*
The chariot's head-portion consists of a dome that is made of a clear, crystal-like material and occupies the chariot's superior-most position. It
is part of the chariot's top-mounted, composite dome, the crystal head of which serves as a rotating, navigational dome.
The Four Faces
Three of the four faces are insignias that are part of a circular ring-like unit that connects superiorly to the clear domed head, occupying the
chariot's mid-portion, and inferiorly with stationary, hollow and arched back. The face identified as "the face of a man", or "human face", is of
the chariot's angelic pilot, who sits in the chariot's navigational dome.
The Back (rings/rims)
The arched, hollow back occupies the lower part of the chariot's composite dome. It is encircled by eyes, which confirms the fact that it is also
circular. The encircling eyes are explained below.
The eyes surround the chariot's hollow, arched back. The eyes are round and function as ports for looking out from the chariot's hollow,
The wings give the chariot its overall circular or wheel-like shape. The chariot has two horizontal wings on each of its four quadrants that extend
at an angle, the one towards the other thus connecting together at the distal point. The wings are for flight.
The Wheel in the middle of the wheel
The greater wheel references the chariot's overall shape, which is circular like a wheel. The wheel in the middle of the greater wheel is a
spinning, turbine-like wheel, which functions as the chariot's propulsion system.
The body is the hollow, central portion of the chariot that is concealed by two horizontally-extended, connecting wings that present on each of the
(circular) chariot's four quadrants and, like the composite dome, is an inhabitable part of the chariot. The opening hand that is located "under
their wings on their four quadrants", the function of which is established below.
The legs are straight and unbending, and provide support for the chariot while standing on the ground. Thus, they are incapable of movement or
"walking" on the ground. The four legs are position underneath the chariot's wings and are attached to the chariot's body-portion which is
"covered" on all four quadrants by the "two covering wings." The legs are made of a polished amber-colored metal that are likened to highly
The feet are round and flat, like that sole of a calf's foot, and are made of the same material as the legs. Their round, flat, beveled shape
provides the chariot the ability to stand in a level position on the ground.
The opening and closing hand is located under the chariot's wings and functions as an entrance into its hollow, central body.
The Spirit of the Living Creature
This references the angelic spirit(s), inhabitant(s), or living beings that are stated in the biblical text to be located "inside of the wheel." It
also references the "face of the man."