The Censer And Prayers Of The Saints

We need to examine a little more than just imagery here,.. we need to (realistically) define the subject of this passage of the angel with the incense. There is a gap in the text between the seals and the equivalence of Christ to unity before the twenty four elders. What would the prayers add to the passage when they enter into the text here? We should note that the prayers would be easily seen to be the correct subject matter if they were concerned with the healing of souls from seven cycle elements to the sabbath rest in Christ of unity.

In both the left and right hands there are a total of 12 multiplicative elements that are non-unital - these twelve "fruits of the tree of life" for the "healing of the nations" map elements onto unity. This would be the ideal purpose for the prayers offered with the incense. Prayers from saints belong to the right hand in their six (not unity) singletons, and the incense a sweet smell to offer with the left handed "fruits" that would be for the healing of the non-elect that have been prayed for by both the saints and themselves.

The smoke of the incense ascends up before God: in branching into K4 subgroups; they as left handed singletons find their correspondence through the "blood" (intersection) to the singletons in the right hand. However there are none of these right handed singletons in view here that truly correspond through the concept of "election" or "sealing" to these left handed elements. The left hand elements are merely as sets of triples rather than K4 subgroups of octals and retain the property of infinite descent.

Those in the left hand who have not been saved and chosen are no longer able to enter in to the unity rest in Christ (as the sabbath) found in both left and right octals. Therefore the incense offered ascends up before God (actually our problem of infinite descent between left and right hands.) Then it makes sense that the censer is filled with fire to consume the incense quickly, and it is cast from the altar down to the four elements of the earth, upon those whom employ the "Death" and "Hell" which follows after.

What does this final casting down represent? The sealed in Chrst represent arrangements of the octal with a floating unity. The earth then are those four elements represented by the four beasts outside of the static subgroup. If the static subgroup then corresponds to unity as it is itself static, then those four earthly elements (as the only choices for unity) show there are indeed two parts to be cut off from Christ (as the K4 static group) , but that these two parts have their prayers "accepted" before God. The remainder of those that use the dialectic devices (in the earth) have the believer's prayers for them rejected.

The fire from the altar may generate both left and right handed octals of singleton elements or subgroups - (NB: prayers for the unredeemed are cast down to those spiritual places that employ the devils dialectic devices.) We see that the election of God is somehow related to the correspondence between octal singletons and the intersections of K4 subgroups. Fire from the altar corresponds to a single (multiplicative) octal singleton "as Christ offered on the cross". Each of these multiplicative singletons may be considered a fruit from the tree of life. In filling the censer with fire these last prayers of the saints brought before God for the unredeemed are turned back with a cutting off from Christ: They are turned away a last time, and left to their father, the devil. There is no place in the book of life for them.

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