This section contains the content of the start of the book of revelation, leading up to and concluding with the vision John had of the throne of God. The prerequisite abstract algebra may be found in the Metamath section.

Seven Spirits Of God
This page covers the appropriate seven cycles over each octal group - they preserve the K4 subgroups under multiplication.

Walking Amidst The Candlesticks
This page shows how two such appropriate groups of seven cycles may generate the remaining groups over a given octal. The mystery of the seven churches and seven angels is presented here.

The Seven Angels - A Mystery
The seven angels that generate the seven lampstands are shown here - is there one or seven? The purpose for the angel is touched upon, as the "least of the flock". We see a glimmer of understanding - the parable of the ten virgins is an allusion to this mystery.

A Sharp Two Edged Sword
Christ's calling out of His people from the churches is dependent on there being a door open for them. The letter to Laodicea is shown as the one that every believer should obey: In obeying that letter the surety of obeying the other six is in view.

The Little Horn And The Synagogue Of Satan
A very important distinction (in fact, an essential one) is the disparity of commonly held belief on the little horn of Daniel's vision and the false prophet of revelation. The end of the world is not caused by the Jews - neither are jews those whom would be our brethren in Christ. The mixture of Christianity and Judaism is incompatible with the grace of God as witnessed to by the Pauline epistles as well as the book of revelation with Christ's own words.

The Throne Of God
The symmetries of the octal and the C7 groups show that the explanation of the throne with 24 elders, the lamps and the lamb Himself make sense from our model.

The Lamb Of God
The Lamb is explained as sat at the right hand of God - that "two parts" are cut off and that the lamb is "The branch" where singleton elements correspond to triples and triples of triples as singletons. The repeated descent of branching relates the octal elements to it's K4 subgroups. This page also contains an explanation of "static subgroups".

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