Monday, 7 January 2013


While I was painting I was pondering on an Englishman, and the LORD God said 'KISMET'. The word means 'fate', 'destiny', a predetermined course of events. In Turkish it can also mean luck. Interesting that Wiki mention a Macedonian band called 'Kismet'. They were an Australian rock group in the years 1993-1999. Then yesterday an anonymous man on a forum said to me 'I failed you in Macedonia'. He explained that it was due to his lack of trust. He said that after I shared, 'love had followed me everywhere', like energy follows thought. My intention was full of the heart of pure love, has such, real love followed my pure intention.

This painting reminds me of the snail again, and it is a snail with flames coming out of it. Has we know they eat snails in France. There is a lot going on in this painting and has the heavenly Father said KISMET while I was painting it, I shall call it KISMET.

7th of January, 2013. 

It is written that the original Greek word for Macedonia means 'a tall one' or 'highlander' and my dad, the Son of Joseph was very tall. Many are now saying that the Jewish line comes down the line from the Father, not the Mother. However, no matter what, if there is Jewish blood running in your veins who can dispute it?

The Vergina Sun is a 16 ray star discovered in Vergina, Greece. It was discovered in 1977 in the tombs of the kings during excavations. Archaeologist Manolis Andronikos described the symbol has a 'star', a 'starburst' or a 'sunburst'. Another one was found with 12 rays and has we know the rays are mentioned in the Dead Sea Scrolls. The 12 rays were found on the tomb of Eurydice II of Macedon.

Both eight and sixteen pointed suns appeared on Macedonian coins. It is written that some nationalists associate the 16 pointed star/sun with 'Star of Bethlehem'. The 16 pointed star is also a double eight, so it could signify the morning and evening star together combined e.g. a century when venus transits the sun twice like it did this decade. In 2004 and again in 2012, eight years apart.

This plate is interesting. It is described has:

Plate depicting Cybele, a votive sacrifice and the sun God. Ai Khanoum, 2nd century BCE. Musée Guimet. Personal photograph 2006.
Contrary to what is written about this plate, I see no evidence of a sun god has written by the photographer. 

To the right you will see the 16 pointed star and the crescent moon and the 16 pointed star can be found in and on top of some Islamic venues. In addition, the Ishvara Temple in India has a floor plan of a 16 pointed star and has we know the Ishvara temple is older than the Islamic ones. They say that it was dedicated to Shiva. You will see in the plate that the carriage and the horses that look like lions are going towards a wall where a lady is with what looks like a jug of water or a cup like the Holy Grail. Has we know the jug/cup of water relates to the Age of Aquarius.  There is also what looks like a golden celestial lance pointing up to a woman in the heavens and her crown has 13 points to it. Behind the carriage is a footman providing the shade for what they say is Cybele. So there we have the carriage again like the Hermes Caleche post. Carriage = Chariot and that is also symbolic of the merkaba, the light body has found in Ezekiel. 

In addition to the celestial lance, you see the golden reins and the two of them together are creating the victory sign. Has such, if this plate is indeed depicting cybele, it indicates victory for the prophets in this timeline being described by the plate itself. No surprise then that the celestial lance was given to me while I was on Greek soil. The room was also full of large energetic hearts, it was truly awesome. 

The two lions can also be symbolic of Judah and the book of Genesis predicted that when shiloh come the scepter would leave Judah. Hence, the water carrier is raised up looking at events and those that stand before her in the timeline. However, the celestial lance is the key to this find; due to the importance of number 13 in this timeline. In addition, the woman from heaven is looking at those from Macedonia and that also indicates the timeline that was mentioned by Prophet Daniel.  When the Prince of Greece and yours truly fulfilled the biblical prophecy. Hence the inclusion of the Lions due to the Lions being associated with Prophet Daniel. You can be sure that the ancient Greeks of macedonia knew all about the prophets and the prophecies. In fact, there is a still a mass of classical Greek texts in the monastery in Egypt that have not been translated into English. The Greeks were very powerful in Egypt, and it was written that they were the very first bankers there. Hence, the streets paved with golden pebbles. The ancient Greeks also moved their maths library from Athens to Alexandria. So surely, they did not move it all without leaving any copies behind in Athens? Surely, they must have taken precaution with the ancient treasure of the nation? 

It looks like lions have their paws on the wall, and that indicates the honoring of the age of Aquarius, the divine feminine,  and its importance to Greece in this timeline. 

Has you can see the woman in the heavens has her back to the crescent moon and the 16 pointed star. Has such, the timeline indicates after the second transit of the sun. No coincidence then that in Rev 12, the wondrous woman from heaven has the moon under her feet as well. However, the Rev 12 timeline was completed in 2008. Rev 13 also mentions wisdom and so does Rev 17. Add the two numbers together and you get the number 30. My son Jordan will 30 years old this month. 

There is also an amazing pebble-mosiac paving in Pella, Greece. It looks like a giant chess board.

The Greeks have a similar word to the Jewish people. Instead of 'Sanhedrin', they have 'Synedrion'. The council was a small group formed among some of the most eminent Macedonians, chosen by the king to assist him with the government of the kingdom. It included 'bodyguards' who were nobles, chosen by the king himself, especially has close advisors. It is written that it was a prestigious honorary title. There were seven of them in the time of Alexander.

It included the kings's friends and companions and the most important generals of the army. They are members of the council by birth-right. Two main principles were 'equality of word' and 'freedom of speech'. There is a light shining brightly on my left eye has I was writing that, it was like an opticians light.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...