THE OBJECTS IN THE MIRROR

Stardate July 14, 2020

THE CROSS FORMATION AND THE WATER MOLECULE: THINK ABOUT IT.

John’s Vision of the Cross of Light

ARE YOU SIRIUS

https://boards.4channel.org/x/thread/25479641

SYMBOLOGY IS SPEAKING “…we are just waiting for that biblical earthquake just like the one with Esu on the cross because what that allegory is telling is a deeper meaning and it has to do with us because when the curtain or Veil is torn this is a reference to the nucleotides that attach to our DNA through Ester bonds and covalent bonds and these will be cut buy the rider on the White Horse which is the orbs from the Fig Tree or the leaves there one in the same and the way it will be cut is from the tone which is resonating at 8344 Hertz. And the curtain stands for cytosine uracil thiamine adenine and guanine but we know that the G is interchangeable with the n in the cuneiform.”

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4 comments

  1. Thank you for the post.

    I had read somewhere that the ficus mentioned in the bible is not actually a fig tree but another tree of ficus group called Ficus religiosa known as Peepal tree in India. It is also considered as one of the sacred trees. It is said that Buddha got enlightenment under the tree! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ficus_religiosa

    Thank you and namasté.

    1. Not sure where you read that but the fig is the fig tree. The apocryphal texts disclose that these figs were once as large as a melon and fed a person for days.
      Lots if the true history was recontextualized by what became the Vedic culture after the snake was thrown to India and fallen angels became little ‘g’ gods and false idols.

      1. Thank you for the reply.

        I exactly do not recall where but it was a discussions based on Bible.

        I do believe that in past things and animals could be bigger!

        Namasté and Hari Om.

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