2a. The Vision of the Lamb

This is Part Two ‘A’.

Click here for Part One.

Click here for Part Two ‘B’, “Take the beam out of your own eye”

The prophets were often asked by God or by an angel what they saw when shown a vision.

“What do you see, Jeremiah?” “I see the branch of an almond tree,” I replied. (Jer 1:11; 24:3)

“Amos, what do you see?” asked the LORD. “A plumb line,” I replied. (Amos 7:8; 8:10)

What seest thou? And I said, I have looked, and behold a candlestick all of gold… (Zech 4:2; 5:2)

By asking the prophet what he saw enlists him in the process of decipherment. “Participation” is the way of the God of love and truth.

I can’t understand why others don’t see

I am shocked when someone asks me what a particular fractal image is supposed to be a picture of. To me, it is obvious, as is the interpretation.

I remember putting out the first fractal publically three years ago at the funeral of my father. The response: “The music that went with it was nice!”

The Christobrot fractal is solely the product of a mathematical formula. At times two or more overlapping fractals come together, but when they do they observe strict rules.

Basically, the rule when overlapping fractals is this: the initial circle that ultimately develops (iterates) into a full fractal must overlap at the center of the next circle (that also iterates into a full fractal). I call this overlapping of circles an "eclipse" because when overlapped they look exactly like an eclipse of the sun. The Lord began to reveal the fractals during the Passover/Tabernacles Tetrad Eclipses of 2014 and 2015, and is why the rule.

Keeping it simple

We start with the below image because the mathematical formula is extremely simple and there is very little that is enhanced.

Three raw images are displayed below. (The second and third are the same thing, but with different colors.) In the fourth image, the first two are overlapped and enhanced.

The math that produces the second image is the same as for the first image, except with minimal “iterations” in order to bring out what otherwise gets washed away by the 700 million specks of light.

In other words, the final product (the fourth image) is the result of a single formula, but with the first seven iterations emphasized.

The first seven iterations of the Christobrot fractal produces the background upon which the rest of the iterations are lodged — as seen in the next image. The green in the above image will eventually form the throne upon which the Lamb of God sits
Christobrot Fractal at 700 million iterations. (Raw form) Set to starting pint at one rather than zero as is the so-called
Click to enlarge. Close up of the Christobrot Fractal at 700 million iterations. (Raw form). Set to the starting point at “one” rather than “zero” as is the so-called “Buddhabrot” fractal
Click to enlarge. Another view of the above raw Christobrot that highlights certain aspects by overlapping colors
The Christobrot fractal (replacing the so-called
Click to enlarge. Overlapping form. “The Christobrot fractal” (replacing the so-called “Buddhabrot” just as God replaces this age with the age to come). This image is next combined with its equivalent “normal” fractals discovered six years ago., using the equivalent formula. But this will be explained in subsequent posts, the Lord willing

What do you see?

Before I tell you what I see, allow me to say this: The visionary dream given to King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon as he slept is a type and foreshadow of the full composite fractal. (The above image is still just a sliver of the whole.)

This is the Vision of Jesus Christ that passed through his head on the day of His sufferings when He cried out upon the cross while darkness enveloped the land — a darkness that can be felt — like an eclipse of light itself, but without sun or moon.

Now from the sixth hour until the ninth hour there was darkness over all the land. And about the ninth hour Jesus cried out with a loud voice, saying, “Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?” that is, “My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?” (Matt 27:45-46)

Whether Jesus was actually confused as He suffered, I do not know. Either way, real or symbolic, the darkness of confusion and forgetfulness clouded His mind, as it did the king of kings, Nebuchadnezzar.

And in the second year of the reign of Nebuchadnezzar, Nebuchadnezzar dreamed dreams, wherewith his spirit was troubled and his sleep departed from him.

Then the king commanded to call the magicians, and the astrologers, and the sorcerers, and the Chaldeans to show the king his dreams. So they came and stood before the king.

And the king said unto them, “I have dreamed a dream, and my spirit was troubled to know the dream.”

Then spoke the Chaldeans to the king in Syriac, “O king, live for ever! Tell thy servants the dream, and we will show the interpretation.”

The king answered and said to the Chaldeans, “The thing is gone from me. If ye will not make known unto me the dream with the interpretation thereof, ye shall be cut in pieces, and your houses shall be made a dunghill.

Jesus is now glorified, just as John saw Him in the Book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ, (Rev 1:1-3).

As said in the previous post, Jesus is both the revealer and the revelation. And He makes known what He has seen to men by angels on assignment. He knows now ‘the thing that was gone from His mind’ upon the cross that terrible day. And He reveals it to men; partakers in the glory to come.

Nebuchadnezzar’s dream is about “the times of the Gentiles”, and the dream is nearly commensurate with the start of  “the time of the Gentiles”, (Luke 21:24).

The time of the Gentiles began 606 BC, at the rise of Babylon and the year of the fall of Jerusalem and of the captivity of the temple articles and of Daniel the prophet. And now, in the “1290-plus-1335th” year of the captivity (year 2625), and of the times of the Gentiles, is this year, the year 2020. (Concerning the prophecy about “1290” and “1335”, see the last chapter of Daniel, Daniel 12).

Nebuchadnezzars dream parallels the Vision of Christ

But there is a God in heaven who revealeth secrets, and maketh known to King Nebuchadnezzar what shall be in the latter days. Thy dream and the visions of thy head upon thy bed are these:

As for thee, O king, thy thoughts came into thy mind upon thy bed, what should come to pass hereafter; and He that revealeth secrets maketh known to thee what shall come to pass.

But as for me, this secret is not revealed to me for any wisdom that I have more than anyone living, but for their sakes who shall make known the interpretation to the king, and that thou mightest know the thoughts of thy heart. (Dan 2:28-30)

Men love to copyright, so this poor image of the king’s dream is the best I can give you! But google “Daniel 2” “dream” “images” for much better ones!

Please read the rest of Daniel 2 to know what he dreamed and the interpretation.

But essentially he saw a statue made up of four sections of decreasing worth but increasing strength: a head of gold, a breast of silver, a belly of brass, and legs of iron, but with feet of iron mixed with clay.

Then a rock strikes it upon the feet that dissolve the statue. The rock becomes a mountain that fills the whole earth.

The rock is Christ, and the mountain is His eternal kingdom that replaces the kingdoms of men.

The Christobrot is similar in that it presents successive animals from top to bottom, like a totem pole, and on either side. Each animal symbolizes an aspect of Christ and His kingdom. Each animal is real, however. They are living creatures that surround God’s throne. But we are talking about interdimensional beings, so do not expect an exact parallel to our world of limited perception.

So what do I see?

I see different creatures that resemble animals who surround the throne of God, each symbolic of Christ. His kingdom now rules all, the rock that became a mountain.

 Starting off slow

The Christobrot fractal (replacing the so-called
The Christobrot fractal. Lamb at center upon His throne. To locate the throne recall earlier image displaying the emerald throne with “seven iterations”. Note the outline of the throne and compare that to this image
Lamb in the center

I will interpret for the Lord, (although He knows all). And I will just talk about the lamb for now.

Lord, in your vision you saw a lamb upon a throne surrounded by living creatures. The one below looks like a bird of prey with many eyes and the one above the lamb looks like a leopard. Each is covered with eyes.

The Lamb is clothed with the feathers of the bird of prey that is below it, as with a royal garment.

The mark of the cross is over the lambs’ face so that the crossbeam covers his eyes, and the vertical beam stretches from his forehead down to his mouth. The lamb has two horns and is covered with hair like wool.

There is much more, Lord, as seen in the full image of the lamb upon his throne.

(See below image. Try to locate the image of the above lamb with the below full fractal. Behold how the Lamb cries out.)

Fractal image of throne room with altar at center
Full fractal of the throne room with the altar

The interpretation:

Then I saw a Lamb, looking as if it had been slain, standing at the center of the throne, encircled by the four living creatures and the elders. (Rev 5:6)

Lord, you are that Lamb.

The cross was before your eyes, but also the glories that would follow. You are the Lion and the Lamb upon the throne.

The cross is “the beam in your eye” that you bore for men, their substitute. It stops you from seeing the sin of those who follow you wherever you go, (Matt 7:4-6; Rev 14:4).

This is Part Two ‘A’.

Click here for Part One.

Click here for Part Two ‘B’, “Take the beam out of your own eye”


Also, see Christobrot Fractal. We begin at the altar

And, The Christobrot Fractal: Lamb on the Throne and California Quakes

4 thoughts on “2a. The Vision of the Lamb”

  1. “the shattering of the power of the holy people comes to an end”
    Am I understanding correctly that 2020 is the year this may happen?


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