THAT ARTICLE WILLLIAM WROTE, 'THE MATRIARCHAL REVELATRION' JUST BLEW
MY MIND...I KNEW HE WAS TUNED IN TO MOTHERGOD AND IT MADE ME FEEL MUCH
CLOSER TO HIM AND THEN I STARTED WORKING TOGETHER WITH HIM MORE. HE I
INDEED A CHANNELER, HE IS SENSITIVE TO THE OTHER SIDE OF THE VEIL,
WHERE THE REAL REALITY LIES, AND THIS ARTICLES PROVES HIS ABILITY.
RASA--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "sbob"
> In,"It's Not Over Until the Fat Lady Sings, Chapter 2,
> William Bond tells us: "The astrology connection continues with the
> next vision,
> which is the throne of God and to quote - "Surrounding the
> throne on each of its sides, were four living creatures covered
> with eyes in front and behind. The first one looked like a lion;
> the second looked like a bull; the third had a face of like a
> man's face; and the fourth looked like an eagle in flight."
> It is probably just as well to connect the strange 4 faces with
> Earth, Water, Air and Fire as anything else. I noticed that Ezekiel
> 1 has a very similar creature.
> I asked this religious person about the similarity between Ezekiel 1
> and Revelation 4, and he said he was not aware of that. However, from
> checking the internet, I see that others have raised this question,
> or have just considered them similar.
> The difference in Revelation is that one face is a calf, and in
> Ezekiel the face is an ox. The other three faces are the lion, the
> eagle, the man, and are the same. William Bond mentions a "bull" in
> his reference, and some have spoken of a "cherub". One person on the
> internet asked his Pastor about it, wondering if the faces
> represented Jesus Christ. (He then gave his reasons.) The Pastor
> said that might be it. To some the faces represent the four
> Evangelists, Mathew, Mark, Luke, and John.
> All this leads me to believe that, with imagination, the faces could
> represent anything.