The Fifth SealAnd the lamb of God read from the fifth seal, which had been open, and he read thereon and announced the name of the city of Non. Down southward bound, nearest the shores of Sherridan and Gomesh; those villages destroyed by the LORD before our time ten score and fifty years. And he read the sin of Non, as that of Sherridan and Gomesh; and he read their sin as gluttony. And the angel with me called out and pointed towards a tall tower which went to the heavens as high as the skies and beyond the reaches of the Earth. And this tower was full to bursting with the things under the sun. Grain and foodstuffs, tools of science and industry. And the people were charging for these goods which had been stored in the tower. And the angel saith on me, and let out a great cheer, as the LORD opened a bowl filled with filthy things and rotten foodstuffs and stale water and milk and all the things hoarded by the people of Non. He formed a great cloud after the trumpet was blown, and poured
The Fourth SealUpon this being accomplished wrote I the fourth seal, which had opened. And I beheld before me, wide beachheads, and them who lay on the beachheads were tended to by servant men and servant women. And they lay upon the beachheads by day and were tended to with music by night. And the servants came from distant lands as far off as Amon and Shimelah. And the people who tended these things were them who lived in Phoinikes, the city of warriors.
And as the days went by, servants came forth to tend the people of Phoinikes, but on the third day of tending, the people of Phoinikes went to the beaches to be tended to, and to listen to music; and the servants were not in sight, and had not been seen. Upon this, the people of Phoinikes saw that there was a revolt against them, and went to the armory to gather weapons and quell the revolt. The servants who tended them were at the armory of the city, and had been in wait.
Upon this, a great battle waged before the city of Phoinikes, out
The Third SealFrom the distant shores they sailed. Aboard triremes and wooden ships and iron ships and metal ships they sailed, making a name for themselves far and wide. From far off lands the people of Aztlan bought and sold wares of their making; and the making of the subjects of those distant lands and wealthy ports they sailed to. Yet they made enemies, and upon this I had witnessed the lamb open the third seal, and shew judgment upon the people of Aztlan, and this he had done, and I saw a great wave, such as the one which had struck Diana. And this wave had swept south about and over the countryside towards the grasslands of Aztlan, and swept about the city of wealth.
And as he opened the seal, I beheld a group of many warriors in thirteen rows of three columns praying towards the skies to bring the rains upon a fair city in the Medinat, but I could not make out the name of the city in their prayers. Upon this, I saw also a man, who was crowned with jewels and ornate as though a king of the pa
The Second SealUpon this being accomplished, the lamb opened the second seal and read thereon, and I saw a beautiful city. This city was gleaming under a powerful heat, and the people were about with men in strange armor in the streets of this city, and they were making for war and conquest; to conquer and seek conquest.
And the men in strange armor looked about the skies, and strange birds came forth from the heavens, the cherubim of the LORD thy God. And these birds came forth and from their bellies came explosions and shrieks and loud sounds. And the city of Sephletam fell, and its people were made prisoner by the cherubim. And I wept, for the cherubim made prisoner the people of Sephletam. But the angel with me saith on me, “Hold steady King of Knod, for a thing thou shalt hear,” And it was made known to me that the cherubim were of the legions of the ones of evil, the destroyer of worlds. An enemy to all nations and tongues and ways. And I saw upon the skies, a man cloaked in black
The First SealAnd the lamb of God opened the first seal, and loosed the seal and read thereon, and an angel with me came forth and saith on me, “Come with thee and join thou in seeing the hereafter,” And I joined him, and beheld a great site. For Diana was a city of crystal and glass. And the people had built great towers to live in, and beasts with wheels upon them carted men and women forth and about to places beneath the towers, and birds upon the skies were as though the size of great houses and screamed under the speed of their flight. And out of their bellies came forth men and women, the people of Diana, and two and fro they went about great structures. And the walls of Diana had crumbled beneath these towers, and structures of stone and crystal, each greater than the last shown forth, and metals and shiny things from the city were made to show its wealth. And the angel who accompanied me saith on me, “for this world things exist that have not before, and upon this world,
The Scroll Of RighteousnessThe one atop the throne, about his right side was a scroll, two cubits long and half a cubit wide. And upon the scroll was writing on the backside and within; and was sealed nine times over along the length of the scroll. Before me a strong angel looked about and upon his lips uttered, “Who upon the dominion of the LORD shall open this scroll of parchment and look thereon?” And neither man nor beast from the Earth, nor the angels in heaven nor any beneath the Earth were able to open the scroll or look thereon.
And about me a shudder overcame, and I wept, for no one about the dominion of the LORD was able to open the scroll nor look thereon. And an angel came forth toward me, and uttered kind words from his lips, and was saying, “Weep not King of the Knodites, for a man hath come who has opened the scroll and loosed the nine seals thereof.” And I looked and beheld, a lamb stood with seven eyes and seven horns as though slain.
Book Of Redemption - Gateway Into HeavenAnd upon this task being accomplished, I beheld a door into heaven open; and a voice came forth from the door which had opened and saith on me: “Come forth and make known, for the things I shall share unto thee are of the hereafter.” Upon hearing this voice I was thrust into the spirit, and beheld my site was a throne, and one who sat upon this throne. And the one who upon the throne sat was like gem and crystal rock. And there was about the throne a ring of rainbows. The symbol of the holy covenant with the LORD thy father and Knod.
Around the throne saw I twenty-four in rows of one hundred seats seated with elders atop them. And atop the heads of the elders who sat atop the seats were crowns of gold. About the throne were four beasts, who gave honor to LORD thy God, and they sat about the throne before a sea of green as though crystal. The beasts were filled with eyes about their body, front and back; top and bottom. The first beast had the head of
The Letter to the Seven Churches[The Letter To The Churches]
Unto the church of Diana I write. Wisdom and patience brings great things under the works of the LORD and Father. Your patience and respect shall be rewarded for the time at hand. But forbear any reward until the end of the word of Abbah the father; for thou must repent against these things.
For the church of Diana I write. Thou hast a sign of praise and worthiness, and this must end; for you build your pedestal as high as the gentile gods, and this you shall fall from. As for the things thou hast done well, I praise thee in good name for the works of Amon, which thou hates and I loathe. For this you shall receive a crown of life. But repent! For this crown of life is always accompanied by a shield of wisdom, for ye shall lead the generations of nations as the city of all the lands until the end of the word of Abbah the father. Repent and forsaken the ways of pride, and you shall receive a crown of life and a shield of wisdom.
For the church of S
Book Of Redemption - In The SpiritBehold, from the clouds he comes and every head shall see him, young and old, poor and rich; wise men and gentiles. “I am the Alpha and Omega, almighty father; the LORD of all lands and peoples and ways!” Saith he the Father!
In the spirit upon the isle of Jesherma was I, on the day of the LORD unto worship and meditation when I heard a voice from my rear. “I am Alpha and Omega, first and Last; the one who is, was and soon shall be. The Almighty. What thou hast bare witness, right upon a book of parchment, and send to the seven cities of Knod: to Diana, to Sephletam, to Aztlan, to Phoinikes, to Non, to Leh-Fashra; and to Agust. And I turned to meet the one who spoke; and upon being turned saw that they were as though seven golden flames of light.
And among the golden flames of light, in the center of them was a man, tall as the floor meets the roof of my hovel; and his head and hair were a bright gray, as