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The Code of the Apocalypse part II
Data 23/01/2012 10:58  Autor Struski Andrzej  Klikni 1861  Jzyk Global
 

 The Code of the Apocalypse part II

 

The coded contents of the Revelation of St. John open before us the information that God wanted to pass in the hidden form. According to His will the text recorded  by St. John of Patmos is  a set of words which have a different meaning in the open text than in the hidden contents. The character of the meaning of the open text as well as of the ciphered contents is in agreement with the will of God. This difference in meaning of the hidden contents as well as of the open text must be somehow consistent with the intentions of God.

 

Different prophecies informed us about the existence of planned actions or other events which await humanity in the final times. Such prophetic pieces of information are recorded in the contents of many writings. The quatrains of Nostradamus are a unique example,  the reason of it is their mediumistic position. The prophecies can also be found in many recorded verses in the contents of the Old and the New Testament where the utterances of the text are more or less clear. The Bible contains in its text a lot of prophetic pieces of information but there is a lot of text that has nothing  in common with God or the prophecies.

 

 

There are three transfers recorded by the people which show the greatest purity of information, these are : the Psalms of David, the Apocalypse of St. John of Patmos and the quatrains of Nostradamus. In a chronological order - the first transfer which is recorded  were the contents which are today contained in the Old Testament.

 

Next, there was the transfer directed to St. John of Patmos which bore fruit in the form of the purest group of the pieces of information. The Revelation of St. John is a prophecy which carries the words of God which  should help the people at the time of the final days.

 

The last transfer which was so coherent  was the transfer directed to Michel de Nostredame. He wrote his quatrains thanks to the information which he received in this transfer. For the reason known only to him he took the soubriquet Nostradamus, and he was associated mainly with it while his real surname was pushed aside. This move undoubtedly has a significant meaning, it connects by means of the composition of the letters the figure of Christ, Nostradamus and viewing it logically the Son of Man.

 

These three recorded prophecies have one characteristic in common which is very significant.The  reading of the hidden contents in all these works is possible if one  uses the same key.

 

By means of a common key one can read the hidden contents from the text of these writings.The contents of all of these writings reveal to  us the same figures and say about the same events. The common pieces of information complement each other and indicate the same source of information, God.

 

Although the Psalms of David and the Apocalypse have the ascribed origin from God, the quatrains do not have such a univocal indication of the source. In such a context which is        the common source of the origin there is a proof that Nostradamus also had the transfer from Heaven. The identical cypher by means of which we can read the contents of all of the three works is the proof of it. The knowledge which follows from these three transfers, connecting them into one group  creates a completely new climate around the events that are being prophesied. These events which are anxiously awaited are widely described in the hidden contents of the writings which have been mentioned above. The pieces of information that were deciphered there are coherent and logical.

        

The hidden contents after reading reveal to us the abundance of pieces of information which are exceptionally precise. They indicate specific features of the figures and   things. In these pieces of information there are also specific descriptions of the events that are to come. We can find in these pieces of information the references to the time connected with  the events that are being prophesied.

 

However, the most important pieces of information were hidden in the ciphered contents of the Revelation of St. John. They speak about the principles of a man's life which are essential for the  fulfilment of  God's needs. These principles are depicted in the contents of the seven churches. The form of their presentation indicates that these commands are directed to the people who are living on earth in the final time. These commands show such characteristics of their own which define their contents as the record of which the task is to direct the disturbed, emotional way of a man's life on the way of life in joy and happiness. In the contents of the Revelation the time of the prophesied events is indicated in an indirect way. In the contents of these messages God condemns the form of the development of religion and the religious culture. The indicated extent of the disturbance of the religious cultures, and the indication of   the features of these disturbances in particular, gives one the possibility to define the time of  the events. They will take place when the indicated features of a man's life will correspond to  the prophecies.

 

What is surprising is the precision by means of which St. John describes these forms of disturbances. He could not recognise them from the perspective of time in which he was living, however he describes them in a correct way. This situation can be explained only in one way, St. John wrote down the words which he himself did not understand, but he recognised these words by the senses of the spirit. The creators of religion and Christian theology used the text which he wrote. Thanks to the text of the Apocalypse they could, reading it in a wrong way, create the scourge. They could make those who were showing the lack of submissiveness fall on their knees. And their example of the social life would be a pernicious example for the meek sheep in the religious community. They willingly put the Apocalypse in the Bible as the fifth gospel not forgetting the values which they forged from it.

 

God knowing how the civilisation on Earth would develop prepared an effective instrument for his son who will live as an ordinary man in the final times. The Apocalypse in its hidden contents has   a lot of interesting pieces of information. Its contents prove that the Son of God will live in the physical form, fulfilling his task at the time of the final days. They show what kind of a psycho-emotional development a man will achieve if s/he does not succumb to illusion. There are in the contents of the Apocalypse pieces of information which prove that only the conscious and independent man can fulfil the need of God. In the contents of the seven churches there are indicated the mistakes which  the people and the messengers of God in particular should beware of. There are also indicated the causes of these mistakes and the ways of avoiding them.

        

There are the pieces of information in the hidden contents of the Apocalypse which refute myths and suppositions. All these threats which were used as the scourge are not confirmed. And the plagues that are being indicated are dangerous for those who are wagging their finger and wasting their words. They will strike those who are the least expecting it. The protective umbrella of religion proves to be without any importance and the theological leaders are endangered by the plagues themselves.

 

Any known interpretation of the Apocalypse is a group of controversial pieces of information which may be well defined as the ones which are “invented”. On the other hand one can understand these interpreters and their principals. They were acting under the pressure of necessity to explain incomprehensible text that was the part of the Bible of the New Testament. They were not able to read these coded contents in a proper way according to God's command, thus they did what they could do in order to satisfy their superiors.

 

However, such action does not agree with the will of God which is clearly stated in the text of the Revelation of St. John. Those who are reading and those who are listening should not break his will and they should act in such a way as the commands are telling. They are stated in the words of God  in the contents of verses 18 and 19, chapter 22. In order to explain this whole matter, so important for the decipherment of the contents of the Revelation of St. John, I will quote here the contents of  the indicated verses. They are crucial in order to read the ciphered contents in a correct way and in a way which is in agreement with the will of God.

 

I want to mention here that these verses are from the Polish translation of the Revelation of St. John,  from the text of the Bible of Gdañsk. From all the versions that are known to me this translation is exceptional. The author of this translation did a great work and this what he did surely may be explained only as the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. The pieces of information contained in the text are coherent, the contextual cypher shows consistency in the matters that are being discussed  and the whole can be read as a logically arranged book that makes sense.

Chapter XXII, verse 18

“And I testify to everyone who is listening to the words of the prophecy of this book: If anybody adds to this, God will also add to him the plagues described in this book;”

Chapter XXII, verse 19

“And if anybody takes away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God also will take away his part from the book of life, and from the holy city, and from these things, which are written in this book.”

 

The verses quoted above are the first ones that should be read if one wants to interpret the contents of the Apocalypse of St. John. It is necessary in order to decipher in a correct way the whole of the contents of the Revelation of God which only then will be in agreement with His will. It is stated in the form of commands and it defines the principles of the way of acting for everybody, for the one who is reading as well as for the one who is listening.

The justification of the necessity of the use of such a course of action prior to the interpretation is   the principle which follows from the logical way of acting of a man. In order to move safely in an unknown terrain or under the unknown circumstances one should first of all get to know the principles that are obligatory there.

Such a recognition of the principles for the contents of the Apocalypse is the recognition of the commands of its creator. An adequate formulation which presents the commands in a univocal way is depicted in those two verses. They define the way in which this text should be read and how the information that is ciphered there can be used.

One should view the contents that are being read or listened to in a logical way and in a simple meaning. God warns one not to add any values which are not indicated by the value of the words which are contained in the recorded text. On the other hand there should not be even one word or its full meaning that is omitted. The logical meaning that arises from the value of this word. Each word should be read and interpreted very carefully.          

 

Now, I will read the first, contextually ciphered pieces of information. They are hidden in the contents of these two verses.

The two phrases quoted below reveal a very big similarity, these are:

And I testify to everyone who is listening to the words of the prophecy of this book: If anybody adds to this”, the phrase from verse 18, and  from verse 19 in the phrase which is written at the beginning of the verse being in a natural way a continuation of the written message from the previous verse; “And if anybody takes away from the words of the book of this prophecy” it still does not add the figure of the one who is reading, it is only still speaking about those who are listening. 

If we read the text of these phrases a few times we will notice that there is a kind of  understatement  here, is  it done on purpose?  It can be seen in the fact of an unequivocal indication of those who are listening and in the lack of the indication of the one who is reading or those who are reading. There must be those who are reading if there are those who are listening, however the figure of the one who is reading is omitted here in a quite peculiar way.      

 

If we take into account the complexity of the form in which the contents are ciphered and the huge amount of information that is contained there there is no way one can suspect the creator of this cipher of the lack of precision. Therefrom it follows that this understatement is deliberate.

What was, therefore, the aim of the creator of this cipher ?

This aim could be the way of this how the command  to read the successive verses or verses located in different places of the text  when their contents are contextually coherent as one informational set is conveyed. The contextual cipher that is used in the text of the Revelation of St. John is based on certain principles. One should assume that one of these principles is the obligation to connect the value of the contents that were read contained in the text of the verses or  phrases. The connection of the values should be done if the subject or the figure that occur there have common characteristics. In this way we will find the further part of the information in the next verse or in the verses written in different places. 

 

In the case of verses 18 and 19 of chapter 22 the indicated phrases are connected by the features which define the prophecy of the book of the Revelation of St. John. These are the expressions - :  “the words of the prophecy of this book” from verse 18 and  “the book of this prophecy” verse 19. In the phrases quoted above there is a depicted subject that must be found. This is the prophecy of the book of the Revelation of St. John.

We must find verses which contain such phrases. The verses where the phrase; “prophecies” or “prophecy” is written we should read in a chronological sequence. Thus, the next verse which should be taken into account is verse 3 of chapter I.

Chapter I, verse 3.

“Blessed is the one who is reading and those
who are listening to the words of this prophecy,
and keep this what is in it written;
for the time is near”

 

 


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