Wednesday, 9 January 2013

HORSE IN THE SUN 9th January 2013

In the images of the sun at the end of the video you will see the shape of a horse and a woman, above and to the right of it. No coincidence then in recent weeks I have been sharing that in the 'Saturn in Scorpio' transit, on February 4, Chinese Year of the Black Water Dragon' is replaced with the 'Year of the "Black Water Snake'. 2013, and the horse can tread on a snake! Has the book of Genesis predicted 'she shall crush the head of the serpent'. No surprise then that American patriots have posters with 'snakes' on them with the words 'Don't tread on me'. So not a good year for the patriots and the 'gun slingers' like Alex Jones. The archetype of the 'American bully' that invades other nations with their war machine without their consent!

So what does the bible say about the horse? Has we know it appears in Rev 19, it is 'Faithful and True'. In Judaism it is the Acharit, the last. In Indian spirituality it is the Lord Kalki that comes to put an end to the Kali Yuga.

Chapter VIII of the Laws of Manu states, ‘A Kingdom inhabited above all by Sudras, full of impious men and deprived of Twice-born inhabitants, will totally perish rapidly, attacked by hunger and disease.’ 

The twice-born cannot live in man's world has it exists today, because it is alien to righteousness and enlightenment. The Christians and the spiritual did not honor the twice-born and has such humanity perishes. Each and every year, hunger and disease increases; due to the ways of man that has been inflicted upon the people. That is why humanity is in the phase of recovery or extinction! 

The 9th of January is the 'Day of Ambition'. So what is the ambition of the twice-born? To help humanity to eradicate hunger and disease. To do that; we have to build New Jerusalem for the twice born in harmonic concordance with the divine plan or perish for not doing so. Time is rapidly running out for humanity; has the planet warms up more and more, we get closer to the ice caps melting in 22. 


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