The true battle of Armageddon as depicted in man
Then God said, "Let us make man in our image, in our likeness, and let them rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air, over the
livestock, over all the earth, and over all the creatures that move along the ground."
The image of man is a reflection of the human man's struggle to become like God as shown in the symbolism of his own human nature and body. Male
hair is man's struggle to be clean again in the eye of God. It is for this reason emphasis is placed on hair and hair growth periodically throughout
After the original fall of man in the Garden of Eden, man discovers that he is naked and duality exists after both he and the woman are tempted by the
serpent of eating the fruit of the knowledge of good and evil. This is shown symbolically by the two feet of man standing on the dust of the earth
and the division between the two feet as both male and female genders.
"By the sweat of your brow you will eat your food until you return to the ground, since from it you were taken; for dust you are and to dust you will
The sweat of the brow depicts the hair above the dualistic eye's of God. As man perspires in his toil the water of salts gets into the eye and
causes cloudiness of his vision so he cannot see his purpose of the true work.
Man's journey is depicted in the male legs as a covering of hair that extends in dualism toward the groin area. It is at this point that the Son of
God is born and apparently unites the kingdom of God into one cause. The penis depicts the male son, Jesus nailed to the cross or complete body of
man which are quadrants. The penis has no arms or legs and asks that you walk by faith and do the work of the lord by loving thy neighbor. The pubic
hair is man's gathering to the son of man to receive the hidden manna or seed of life.
The torso of the body reflects the united age of the gentiles in Christ. The torso joins all the quadrants of the body into one cause through the son
of God in reproduction in cycles. The hair of man then travels through the torso in reproduction through the pit of man, the naval, and the
umbilical. Those who accepted Jesus become the ingrafted children, those who did not remained into the old divided kingdom of the legs of man. There
is one body, but many parts, but they all serve the entire complete purpose of man and will be saved in the end for the complete body is
Continuing on man comes to the breast and upper torso which is the true heart of both man and woman. Male chest hair is the gathering of the true man
in the Lord and what he decides of his final outcome. This is why the female has large breasts for feeding and the male does not. The lack of
breasts in the male depicts the need for spiritual food to grow which for a time he does not receive. Those who chose the path of Jesus are fed the
spiritual milk and are then placed into the upper pits of the body of Christ under the right or left arm, hidden away until their true purpose
The arms of man depict the physical work that he chose along the path as his decider of his fate.
This is also the true battle of Armageddon in man.
The heart of man must be pierced to the core by the love of the woman. The heart is the
two sides of duality working together for the common good of the entire body shown in the right and left ventricles. When one side pushes, the other
side is pulling to flow both the daily bread in the form of physical nutrients and the spiritual bread in the form of oxygen through the body.
For man must now decide what Armageddon is, what the true kingdom of Heaven is and the fate of both himself and the woman. To a true man, he sees
Armageddon within his own self and knows the battle is decided by the straight and narrow path of the upper and lower bodies. To a man who is just a
body or the feminine he sees Armageddon as an external battle front where one is called to take the high mountain of breast milk, which is connected
to the gentile nation. He takes part in the first death at that point and goes to the pit decided by God on either the right or left hand of God's
throne which is the head.
Man must decide how to reach the throne of God and remove the crown of thorns from his head. He knows the path of the works of the right or left
cannot save him. He knows he cannot reverse time and change the outcome of his past in Jesus, the little man, the seed planter. Man must redefine
the throne of God so that the altar of the lord resides in the heart of man, making the heavens come to the earth. It is a blasphemous statement but
one that is necessary if ever goodness is to rule the earth again.
A depiction of the throne of God.
The throne of God is depicted in the head of man. His hair on the throne depicts his investigation of the kingdom of heaven and what he finds. This
is why the female only has hair on the top of her head and is generally grown in the long fashion to conceal and hide the true nature and purpose of
the throne. The head is the interface between the body of the flesh and the spiritual body connected through God. All the senses are shown to man
and God here in one complete picture. Not accounting for the physical body, man originates at the top in the heaven's above the crown of thorns.
This occurs even at childbirth. Shortly thereafter, a mans hair begins to grow and experience the crown of thorns through Jesus as his hair meets the
the dualistic ear. Once he starts to hear the true word of God at puberty his hairline extends and he begins the journey of growing facial hair. It
is this point where his spiritual guidance begins into another level of understanding.
Man can then choose of his own accord the facial hair in the way he chooses as appropriate for what he believes his own throne should look like. He
only does this after he truly hears the word of God at the ear and allows the hair growth to proceed to the altar. The altar of the lord is the
sacrifice of the lord and is depicted in the mouth of man to feed the body. When man allows the hair to extend above the lip he allows himself the
lofty thought of becoming above the altar. He decides mankind should come to heaven and reside in the heavens. He also decides to allow people below
the altar which is depicted as hell in the spiritual realm. He does all this ignoring the true purpose of God's command and forgetting his path
falling from the highest crown to a fleshly altar, by hearing the dualistic nature of the ear.
Without the full beard, the hair of the body cannot proceed to the heavens and the heavens are cut off from the body, for man has decided to shave the
Man in mourning while the temple under siege.
While man is in mourning at the death and separation of his true self, he contemplates what happens to the entire humanity left under his care as set
forth in Genesis. He does so in this manner depicting Armageddon:
1 "Now, son of man, take a sharp sword and use it as a barber's razor to shave your head and your beard. Then take a set of scales and divide up the
hair. 2 When the days of your siege come to an end, burn a third of the hair with fire inside the city. Take a third and strike it with the sword all
around the city. And scatter a third to the wind. For I will pursue them with drawn sword. 3 But take a few strands of hair and tuck them away in the
folds of your garment. 4 Again, take a few of these and throw them into the fire and burn them up. A fire will spread from there to the whole house of
This depiction shows the fate of all humanity. Man weighs all the hair of his head, and creates divisions. One third of humanity at the end of the
world is refined by fire through the first resurrection and tribulations. They do not die, but enter directly into the New Heaven on earth. Blessed
is he that takes part in the first resurrection, for the second death have no power over you. The second third of the hair is divided into the pit
beneath each arm and cast aside until the second resurrection. These are the dead in Christ and are resurrected later into the new kingdom. These
are our departed and the spiritually lost who decided onto the spiritual milk of the kingdom and not the true throne. The final third are neither man
or woman but the eunuchs in the service of God. The are the cannon fodder and those without soul. They are the automations of every sort that help
the struggle along. They are the ones in both high and low places serving God's purpose without your knowledge of their present and are the same
ones who are doing the outward battle of God. They are the fallen angels both good and bad are are doomed to the destruction. Be wise, for they do
not feel but must carry out their task to completion like the highest soldiers of the lord. The final word is the remnant or few hairs that you have
tucked away into your garment. These are the ones you should have saved from your youth so that you can recall the nature of the kingdom. These are
the ones totally and finally refined and cast out into the whole nation of Israel so that the fire of refinement spreads on the last day into the
entire kingdom of heaven on earth.
Finally we come to this of the united kingdom:
‘They shall not make any baldness on their heads, nor shave off the edges of their beards, nor make any cuts in their flesh.
The priests (chosen ones of firstborn) shall allow the hair of the body to meet God by not cutting off the corners of the beard. They shall not cut
off the body of Christ in any way and discard them.
I have many more signs to tell you when you are ready, but your hour of temptation has come and man cannot approach the woman she while she is in
labor for it is unclean for him to do so.