reply to post by OsirisIndigo
Good Grief; I said that you use C, 7 & C, 8 as flying buttresses. You then subtract C, 8, Q 78 from them to get the zero or point of beginning. The
infamous Epistle to Henri is originally sandwiched in between C,7 & C, 8. Cayce's "Jon Peniel prophecy hits this, but it could also have been
lifted from C, 8, Q, 31's anagrammatic name of "jeune Selin".
Merely read Cayce's prophecy from 1936, and the 78th Quatrain in Century VIII, before you wade into the Epistle to Henri, and then you will see what
Nosty was really talking about. Both the Cayce channel, and the 78th Quatrain, are thumbnails for the Epistle. And at least Nosty, of these two, is
witnessing as a latter day Merlin the Magician, about a latter day "Broadsword Brandisher", or Arthurian character. You can get this adaption of
Bragma, from John C. de Fontbrune's works, in their English Translations. He notes that our word for braggart, comes down from the latin,
"bragamosio", by which the Roman legionaries, who fought with the gladius short sword, described their German broad swordsman allies.
Basically, this is why I'm signing off of Above top secret.com. No one here seems to be able to reason anything out, and only expects to be spoon
fed, earth shattering secrets. What happened to "drink the smoke of the lamp"? Obviously, Nosty's 7i8th Quatrain runs from a point in time, also
noted by Cayce's channel back in 1936.
So my parting shot is; " In what year did this happen and how long will the action predicted in this Quatrain's verse take to play out? And if
Cayce's channel did lift jeune Selin out of C. VIII, Q, 31, then this adolescent antagonist, involved in Benito Mussolini's demise, had to be alive,
in 1950 when the photos of the five fascists hanging upside down in Milano, It., were published here in the States, in a commemorative, five years
after WWII, edition of Look Magazine.