Witnesses To Left And Right

The angel of the church,.. stood with one foot on the sea and another on the earth is in view as "treading on serpents and scorpions". (The first beast, and the false prophet respectively.) The same dialectic devices are in view - the dialectic logic generated by the removal of restraint on the church in the first four seals. In the "earth" the false prophet sets up the image system over the laodicean conglomerate with its synagogue of satan (which works or "kneads in" the "leaven") using the dialectic devices of three horns (kings) from ten (as ten, nine and eight) upon a "seventh" assumed as "empty" or as {} to facilitate the remaining six in laodicean conglomerate to follow as "Hell" after the "Death" or empty set {} of the same seventh (the facilitator). The synagogue of satan is required to be the source of the leaven.

The result is that the synthesis in the earthy elements and from the sea requires the assumption of the empty set in the place of Christ (unity as the altar in heaven. The unity should be the maximal positive set of virtues. (See the metaphysics area.))

The two witnesses, one of singletons from the right hand (Sun octal) and the left in triples in "antichrist bows" that align with those singletons are under those same dialectic devices, and the angel of the church's circuit has shown there is no force upon the believer from the "empty set". Even the angel, as least in the kingdom of heaven can hear the voice of the good shepherd calling the believers out into the remnant.

The two beasts that are constructed are formed of the consequences of those first four seals upon the sea, whilst in the heavenlies the vision continues to the seventh seal as the earthly consequences of the four seals seen in the world or in the four beasts about the throne are played out.

To the right we have one witness where the angel has overcome the image system and has heard the master's voice over all the clamour of locusts and the speech of the dragon, whereas to the left the angel has overcome the government approved religious structures we see as churches today. The angel, is shown standing, and standing on His own. (Where is his fellowship in the remnant? - unless it is with either all as angel of the church or none as least in the kingdom?)

The image system that is constructed builds upon the twelve possible permutations of A4 on the first four churches generated by floating unity and the frobenius automorphisms of GF(8). The fifth church is under the fallen star that holds the key to the bottomless pit. The angel has overcome the strength of this "switch of saviours" and the change of doctrine that accompanied it in preference to go it alone. The philadelphian letter addressed to the angel we may assume is also written to the "five wise virgins" that leave the church, (albeit it is not addressed to them!) Every decision to leave the church is and has always been an individual one, and an individual choice.

The angel then has overcome the tail of the dragon as it has moved through the doctrine, institutions and fellowships of this world in completeness - and by overcoming as in the letter to sardis the angel is now in the philadelphian "wilderness" where his works will be made "perfect" ie, "complete".

If to be completely alone in doctrine or fellowship is to overcome in philadelphia then great things await many of us, yet woe to the idol shepherd that leaves the flock and banishes the angel! Where is his foresight? And where is his right hand? certainly not in the right hand of Christ in which we decipher the identity of the angel himself.

The shift of the unity element that is shown by the angel's circuit is compromised by the empty set in the dialectic. In four strikes the church is "out" and any worldly person that would unknowingly rest in that fifth state (which being "earthly" is the fallen star with the opened bottomless pit") is in dire peril. The angel however is dwelling with Christ in the heavenlies as elected and walking with Christ in white, awaiting (maybe the fifth?), sixth and seventh seals. Once the angel is justified - so also is the gospel in the revelation itself. Once demonstrated in total weakness at the height of all evil, there is time no longer.

The perfection of the angel's works, (the completion of his circuit) and the seventh seal of "rest" required before the first seal was opened is found at the end of the circuit for the angel wherein is the seven thunders utterance, and it is proven fact in that we have the more sure word of prophecy that to "complete our work" in philadelphia is to stand with the angel as if we were alone and pass on our reckoning to that of the strength of the angel stood on the earth and sea (as over those four devices of shifting empty sets), or otherwise for a Christian to "climb up" some other way with no accounting given for them but their own. Who would presume to leave the one fold of Christ for such a thing, when Christ would only bring them back into it?

I cry, Father that one should be lost.

The world was made with as much evil as a loving creator would permit in a creation where the example of Christ could be given and the same maximal set of virtues tested intact. That the world is such that it has required only one soul to be lost to balance the scales slightly "negative" - ie with the loss of Judas - that was to me, a mathematical aberration - yet to God it is simply enough to rebalance the remnant that survives as positive: for they have themselves desired to overcome the world in fear, working out their own salvation.

There is a little of the angel in all of us that feel such conviction to leave the church, before we experience what it means to have such idols as have been overcome for us already: We have a wealth of scripture where the early church had none. Whether we dwell in the heavenlies with Christ or in the "Earth", or in the "Sea" (from which structures are created for men to think with and dwell within in their relationships) there is always the path of the least whom never turned back.

The sixth and seventh seals are overcome with the angel's circuit out of philadelphia and the attaining of every sufficient condition of unity (laodicea) with it. The previous six rewards "generate the seventh in effect" in the angel's circuit.

It is clear then, that any person leaving the church for the remnant is under conviction of only the one letter - to laodicea, and not to the letters written to the angel. The translators of the KJV made out that the first six letters are to the angel of the church "IN" a location whereas the last was to the angel of the church "OF" the laodiceans. Why? unless the angel was captive in laodicea, from ephesus to sardis and once out in philadelphia is to "go no more out".

There is then the sworn promise of Jesus Christ that in "going no more out" that when a pastor decides to "reject the doctrine" of the angel they then become even as the "idol shepherd" - or given that God has sworn that no one will undo the work of the angel; he will not be required to go further "out" than it would be for him to sever every relationship of fellowship in philadelphia except with the Lord only, and ignore all others. If that is overcoming philadelphia, then the angel of the church is either angel of none (but Christ), being single - or every pastor leaving his position under the angel's circuit has backslid. But if to be alone is the only place left to go out to, where yet can the angel be required to go "no more out" if he be alone?

We deduce then that the angel is the angel of the whole remnant, and those that would reject correction suffer the loss of correction along with returning to their own vomit: else, the angel is alone; say with his family only.

If the angel be alone, I cry Father, that one could be lost. If we are all alone before God without fellowship, then most of the new testament is void. I think such a one does indeed require two witnesses.

Again, the angel must overcome philadelphia and the remnant must go through the wrath: there is no rapture. If the angel must be alone to overcome then he is in strength stood treading on serpents and scorpions as seen in the text. In not turning back into philadelphia for doctrinal compromise or to laodicea for fellowship with Belial etc, then the strength of the angel is found in only his doctrine before Christ. (Fear! Unless you be taken with the right hand along with the wicked!) The angel has his eyes open and truly stands upright alone. May you?

We can now comfortably identify the angel, for whom in overcoming all seven churches (alone or otherwise) as having no false doctrine when the cycle is completed; (rather than "incomplete" doctrine, itself being true, which is as much the reward of God as any other reward.)

-- Click To Expand/Collapse Bible Verses -- Rev ch19:v11-16
Rev 19:11 And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he doth judge and make war.
Rev 19:12 His eyes were as a flame of fire, and on his head were many crowns; and he had a name written, that no man knew, but he himself.
Rev 19:13 And he was clothed with a vesture dipped in blood: and his name is called The Word of God.
Rev 19:14 And the armies which were in heaven followed him upon white horses, clothed in fine linen, white and clean.
Rev 19:15 And out of his mouth goeth a sharp sword, that with it he should smite the nations: and he shall rule them with a rod of iron: and he treadeth the winepress of the fierceness and wrath of Almighty God.
Rev 19:16 And he hath on his vesture and on his thigh a name written, KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS. (KJV)

The angel himself with His reward openly shown is in the text as;

Rev 3:12 Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out: and I will write upon him the name of my God, and the name of the city of my God, which is new Jerusalem, which cometh down out of heaven from my God: and I will write upon him my new name. (KJV)

The text shows the angel of the church is truly the "word of God" (of whom the right and left handed K4 subgroups (witnesses) correspond to the angel in his circuit as if he were "unity".) as two witnesses attest to the correctness of the doctrine held by the least in the kingdom of heaven which Christ states is the fruit of an obedient Son. The angel of the church is in reality the right hand of God. Whether he be single or the uprightness of many, the angel is as real as the letters written to him.

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