This video is used for illustrative purposes. There is no sound, just a few notes. However, you may still find it interesting.
The main reason for this short video is to respond to a comment made in the previous post regarding the cocoon/butterfly fractal. A comment was made about “birth”, which is closely related to the theme of the resurrection. It reminded me of what you see in the video, just below the throne — where Christ is born.
- Cocoon/Moth Fractal, symbolic of death & resurrection Sept. 10, 2021
She gave birth to a son, a male child, who “will rule all the nations with an iron scepter.” And her child was snatched up to God and to his throne. The woman fled into the wilderness to a place prepared for her by God, where she might be taken care of for 1,260 days…
When the dragon saw that he had been hurled to the earth, he pursued the woman who had given birth to the male child. The woman was given the two wings of a great eagle, so that she might fly to the place prepared for her in the wilderness, Rev. 12:5,6,13,14
Below are a few more images that you may wish to review after watching the short video. The video is at the end of this post.
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The words of the Spirit are like food to the wise, and water to the simple. Each rejoices in its own kind at their nurishment. But the wise are always thirsty, because they forget to drink, and the simple are hungry because they can’t afford to eat. So let the simple who aren’t burdened by much carry water for the wise, and the wise invest so that all can be fed. But to those who are truly wise, carry buckets of good wine and oil, pouches of water and bread, clean robes and refined gold, and whatever the Lord requires. Because to the one who has, much will be required. So the wise men put on sackcloth, and the simple carry much. And still no one is taken care of. Would the the goats and the bulls listen to the shepherd, who always takes care of his sheep. He is the Bread, He is the spring of life, he is the anointed providing the oil, the king acting as a servant, the wise who loves the simple, the simple who loves the wise! The broken providing healing, the disfigured being transfigured, the holy acting in the profane! Everything though, being touched by him, is made whole! What does it mean to say he conquers mountains, than to say he also conquers the valley, than to say he conquers the desert and the wastes and the wilderness…then to also say “He provided us steady ground! He made the crooked straight and righted my ways!” Jesus is salvation! Jesus is life! And he has already claimed the victory! So we should all rejoice! Hallelujah Amen!
It’s the Lamp. A paronym (near homonym, though there are a few other definitions not noteworthy at present, but perhaps later) of Lamb. A Lamb looking slain. It’s us…those who pick it up, this. Thankfully, the veil is parting for us. (The shroud and its location are important! It covers things that were previously uncovered, like a cacoon, or a loincloth, or death shroud) And please do forgive me! For the Spirit moves swiftly and elegantly like the waves of this fractal.
It is strange and different than before in my life, and it reminds me of the parables of Jesus and the proverbs of Solomon, the theosophy of Paul, and the theology of John. It’s far greater by a large measure, it gives me great hope for this Church. I see beauty, in the ashes. I see a living tree amongst dead idols, I see springs in wastelands, rivers in valleys, ways in the wilderness. The living amongst husks. And now a spark in the dark. These fractals can act like Ideograms, and they allude to much, the Moth/Month comparison came from an accidental auto-correct when typing my post yesterday and I went with it. I saw the benefit there, and am thankful for it. Month, mind, man, mina, money, manot, Manu-, ment-, mint-, Monat (fate diety), mend, mund (world), menses, minos. All have homophonic roots. Money, Length of Days, Fate, the Mind, the world…. you see these are all things Christ has conquered and life (on earth) seeks to conquer. This is His life-giving Spirit at work, in our words. There was much that came from my studies, but I feel like it is best to leave you with lump sums of the glory I saw. CHRIST IS VICTORIOUS, LIFE IS VICTORIOUS! AND YOU ARE VICTORIOUS IN HIM!