Da Black Whole

Tuesday, March 06, 2012

A Meeting at Liberty City Hall













City Hall, West Liberty -- March 2, 2012



WEST LIBERTY, Ky. (AP) — Across the South and Midwest, survivors emerged Saturday to find blue sky and splinters where homes once stood, cars flung into buildings and communications crippled after dozens of tornadoes chainsawed through a region of millions, leveling small towns along the way.


At least 38 people were killed in five states, but a 2-year-old girl was somehow found alive and alone in a field near her Indiana home. Her family did not survive.
 
The worst damage appeared centered in the small towns of southern Indiana and eastern Kentucky's Appalachian foothills. No building was untouched and few were recognizable in West Liberty, Ky., about 90 miles from Lexington, where two white police cruisers were picked up and tossed into City Hall
 
In Kentucky, the Rev. Kenneth Jett of the West Liberty United Methodist Church was huddling with four others in the basement as the church collapsed.



The pastor and his wife had just returned to the parsonage when he turned on the TV and saw that the storm was coming. Jett yelled to his wife to take shelter in the basement of the church next door, where they were joined by two congregants and a neighbor.


The last one down was Jett's wife, Jeanene.


"I just heard this terrific noise," she said. "The windows were blowing out as I came down the stairs."


The building collapsed, but they were able to get out through a basement door. They escaped with only bumps and bruises.

A school secretary said a bus left the city's high school Friday afternoon with 11 children, but the driver turned back after realizing they were driving straight into the storm. The children hid under tables and desks at the school nurse's station when the tornado hit; none were hurt, but the building is a total loss.



For furren readers, an American "city hall" is local seat of government, courts, police stations, and other instruments.

In the Empire That Never Ended (Roman Rerun West) freed slaves wore the "emancipation cap" or pileus, bestowal of the goddess Libertas, self-authorized to "liberate" the feminine and masculine. 

Paradice slaves.
















Beheadings were favored by the Jacobin, masonic French Revolutionaries for the same reason Herodias had Herod chop off Baptist John's head. 

The lodges regard it a spoil of war.

Libertas and pileus, respectively, were controlling deity and symbol of the French Revolution, conducted ma-symphonically by the same occult interests that tooled key elements of the American Uprising.  Shinaric spirit-of-rebellion, Goddess Libertas in New York harbor sports the pileus undergirding her seven-starred (global/empiric) crown. 


















Jefferson, Washington, and the Committee that planned and designed the U.S Capitol Building intended it specifically as a Temple of Liberty. . .  although cough cough only in the secular sense.

Strong delusion.

Here's the original Statue of American Liberty (1791) modeled on Athena/Diana/Minerva/Libertas, with pileus warbonnet, an amalgam of Greek Pallas and Roman pileus styles, as hinted in the names.


















On January 6 the pileus crowned The Sorcerer of the Sinai:


As serpent, the Red Sea sits atop the great horn of Africa/Satan, and in the mouth of that serpent, nestled twixt fangs or split-tongue, is our Sinai Sorcerer "little dragon" with a "little horn" Freemasonic/Jacobic cap -- the pileus, emblem of the (masonic) French Revolution and the Spirit of Libertas/Lady Liberty. The Enlightenment, the Illumination, the Great Divorce of government from God, and of Womens' Liberation from all restraint, of either God or man.




[I know.  Quoting myself.  It is very sad.  Pray for pore little dynamo!]


Wilderness of Sinai (lugar momento) and Sinai Sorcerer with horn/pileus:


























Last April 29 in Liberty Road Ground Zero we mumbled something about the tornado that left 8.5 miles of debris along Liberty Road in the Virgin's State.  ("Thus always to tyrants."  Sound familiar?  What goes around comes around.)


















And around













Liberty Road, Virginia



Now little dynamo mighta fell off the Onion Truck, and it could have been was speeding, but is there something about liberty we are being noggin-nudged towards?

Like, ummm . . . liberty = disaster?  Cause


I know we should be free
but freedom's just a prison to me

("Danger Bird")


Certainly it's uncoincident that the major political entity championing the resurrected Cult of Shinar (feminism) in the modern West is called Liberalism?

OK, well, what does the Bible say about liberty?

Nothing directly, it's a pagan word and concept.  Biblically, created beings are types of bondservants, either to Satan or Christ, and liberty approximates liberality or libertinism -- pride, total selfishness, superficiality, overindulgence, willfulness. . . reliance on ideas, politics, people, things of the world -- humanism -- rather than God.

Plenty, of course, is said biblically concerning goddesses, goddess-worship,  construction of images to fake deities/fallen angels -- the particular fetish of the Jezebel factions, and of Dan-land and Danites across Hebrew history, ancient and present.

All hail Stairway Shinar nee Libertas, Queen of the West, with material and political "base" in America, as Zechariah duly was informed.

After the Solomon Split, Judah remained southbound, while many Hebrews skipped north, where Dan dwelled, forming the schiz-nation of Israel.  Born of rebellion, the northern kingdom increasingly embraced goddess-worship via shrines, idolatry, sex rites, assorted occultics . . .  America's trajectory. These groups, later scattered by war and bondage, are the "missing" ten tribes.

Lost once in Babylon, lost yet in Babylon the Great.  Sniffable via works.

The book of Zechariah is mini-eschatology, a condensed endtimes guide, apocalyptic mosaic piece that includes Christ, Patmos John, Daniel, Isaiah, and many other OT prophets.  In Chapter 1, Zechariah is visited; in Chapter 2 the plumb-line appears, with advisories to flee Bab II, Matrix Reloaded. 

In Chapter 3 the high-priest, Joshua (and by extension his tribe) are grabbed from Satan and given honored places before God -- chiliastic foreshadowing, cause for great joy in heaven; Chapter 4 introduces the LORDs witnesses; in Chapter 5 ole Zech sees Shinar transported by two stork-winged females to her new digs, elevated upon her own base or shrine -- from the Statue of Liberty to the U.S. Capitol to Gabby Giffords at the podium.



















With Wickedness at last lead-lidded, in Chapter 6 Joshua the high-priest, in Father's lap, again comes forth, this time secretly glorified:

It is he who will build the temple of the LORD, and he will be clothed with majesty and will sit and rule on his throne. And he will be a priest on his throne.


Throne = kingship, meaning the final high-priest incorporates the governor's spirit, e.g., Elisha receiving the "double portion" of Elijah.  Unprecedented since the first Advent, this dual capacity and authority is penultimate, signalling the second Advent's immanence (Christ as permanent high-priest and king).  The final healing of the tribes.  In, and through, Joshua, a permanent temple acceptable for God on Earth incarnates.

So . . .  an exact reprise of the post-Babylonian reconstruction, except on planetary, instead of local/tribal, scale.  Once again, it's Joshua who penetrates and settles the promised land, Joshua as a principal "builder," and Joshua who is first to rule from (i.e., amongst) the new temple.  In some sense this figure  probably analogs "David," who is prophesied to sit as king (small k) during the Millennium.  Knowing humans are most comfortable with "their own," such a move would be typical of Jesus.

Whirlwind spring housecleaning in Chapter 7:


Yea, they made their hearts as an adamant stone, lest they should hear the law, and the words which the LORD of hosts hath sent in his spirit by the former prophets: therefore came a great wrath from the LORD of hosts.



Therefore it is come to pass, that as he cried, and they would not hear; so they cried, and I would not hear, saith the LORD of hosts:


But I scattered them with a whirlwind among all the nations whom they knew not. Thus the land was desolate after them, that no man passed through nor returned: for they laid the pleasant land desolate.



In Chapter 8 all the millennia of effort, agony, and promise bloom, as the LORD finds an inner "temple of the elect" He again wishes to inhabit.  The Millennium commences, extended through Chapter 9, and Chapter 10, in which the "olive trees" or witnesses are again mentioned, redeemed:


I will strengthen Judah
and save the tribes of Joseph.
I will restore them
because I have compassion on them
 
 
Chapters 11 through 14 rebuke enemies, tie loose ends, and close with even the bells of the ponies blessed, ringing holiness to the LORD.

But that's then, and this ain't.

Now, the nightmares and horsemen run wild.












Mix her a double portion from her own cup.

(Revelation 18)


Three days after West Liberty was pancaked, on March 5

IT TOOK just 30 seconds to wipe Marysville off the map. When a swarm of killer tornadoes raked across the American heartlands, this small, southern Indiana town of 1900 people took a direct hit.


Clapboard homes crumbled, downed electricity poles and uprooted trees blocked roads and battered vehicles were tossed into the ruins.


''Marysville is completely gone,'' said Chuck Adams, the county sheriff.


Marys. Ville.  In Diana.

Gone.  Reported by Sheriff Adam.  Uh, Adams.  "Chuck."


In all, 95 tornadoes swept through a belt of states as a powerful storm system stretched from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes in the north.


''The gates of hell opened up,'' said an emergency services call dispatcher.


The keys to Zerubbabel match those of "Philadelphia," in Revelation.  Openings, closings, levellings.

The Elijah/Baptist John/Judah/Zerubbabel spirit preceded Christ; after three biblical "days," the pattern repeats, "Jonas" sign annunciate. 


Then certain of the scribes and of the Pharisees answered, saying, Master, we would see a sign from thee.


But he answered and said unto them, An evil and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign; and there shall no sign be given to it, but the sign of the prophet Jonas:

For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale's belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.   (Matthew 12)





















Investigators using a robotic arm equipped with a remote-controlled camera have discovered what is being called the earliest evidence of Christian iconography in Jerusalem.



The newly discovered ossuary carries a Greek inscription calling on God to "raise up" someone, which is being interpreted as an early reference to the biblical resurrection of Jesus.


A second limestone box appears to show the carved image of a fish, which may be a reference to the biblical prophet Jonah. This would be a historical first, as references to the resurrection had not previously been discovered before the 2nd century.


"If anyone had claimed to find either a statement about resurrection or a Jonah image in a Jewish tomb of this period I would have said impossible -- until now," University of North Carolina scholar James Tabor said in a statement.



Matthew 12 is crucial because, of course, it's endtimes information directly from Christ.  The discovered "Jonah-sign" icon paired with a resurrective ossuary inscription echoes the verse.

Zerubbabel is a Babylon-baby, matrix-munchkin, once serving its interests and assuming its assumptions.  God delivered Zerubbabel, like Jonah, from the "belly of the beast."  Made arrangements.

Joshua, in "presence before God," although Babylon-born, is never fully of it.

When turned upright the above icon-fish is also a tree, with human head.  Probably, as the article suggests, indicating Jonah/John/Judah, that is Eliakim/Elijah.  The markings represent the carried (supported, indwelled) souls of his generation. Vessels, cups, fruit.


And it shall come to pass in that day, that I will call my servant Eliakim the son of Hilkiah:



And I will clothe him with thy robe, and strengthen him with thy girdle, and I will commit thy government into his hand: and he shall be a father to the inhabitants of Jerusalem, and to the house of Judah.


And the key of the house of David will I lay upon his shoulder; so he shall open, and none shall shut; and he shall shut, and none shall open.


And I will fasten him as a nail in a sure place; and he shall be for a glorious throne to his father's house.


And they shall hang upon him all the glory of his father's house, the offspring and the issue, all vessels of small quantity, from the vessels of cups, even to all the vessels of flagons.

In that day, saith the LORD of hosts, shall the nail that is fastened in the sure place be removed, and be cut down, and fall; and the burden that was upon it shall be cut off: for the LORD hath spoken it.  (Isaiah 22)


As with Zerubbabel or Jonah, the severing-disassociation isn't punishment.  It's a good Father's mercy.  The "vessels" may be precious, sublime, ecstatic, beautiful, even eternal, but God calls them a "burden" on Eliakim.

Meanwhile, outside God's grace, it's been a tough couple years for Liberty.  Liberty Road is littered with former houses and Liberty City Hall features overturned squad cars on its front lawn.  Alas here comes the Gardener.

Empressing is not easy.  The nations are restless under the New Equal Order.  Restless but stubborn.  Codex interruptus along the Matrix backdoors.

Though unquestionably A Woman's Nation, American "natural" disasters abound and worsen.  Plagues descend.  Desperate men self-destruct, or co-destruct.

Antichrists sit.  The world isn't changing, it's being changed.  Be comforted.  The Lord wearies of those putting hands, and chains, on his people.  They are not the property of Liberty City Hall.

Ferocious airs whirl and Earth wobbles like a punched drunkard, cracking at each footfall.  Rulers and idols crumble.  And the doors of Liberty City Hall, though still standing, are almost sealed shut.







1 Comments:

  • Up north, we in an earlier day were more solitary than those to the south, in America. Now south has come north and you Dynamo are a pretty good decrier so as to warn us of what the future holds. Of course we are well into the worse and I am not naive but after reading you, my mind is clearer. I marvel at your knowledge of the serpentine roots that cloy N. American history.Thanks. R. Olausen, Alberta, Canada. There you have the cap I was given to wear.

    By Blogger rubbell, At 12:22 PM  

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