The Sixth Seal: the driedup tree of life and the abyss 

​God has searched for anyone of His children left amidst the wicked, as the stars fall in finality, “as if shaken by a strong wind.”  And He findeth none of His Children amidst the wicked flock.  Just like a father and a mother would cry out for the whereabouts of their lost child.  The “falling of the stars upon the earth” is like one last sifting and shaking of the dried up Tree of Life.   

Even within this assuredly dead tree, God and His great love still double checks in hopes of finding any left-over fruit worthy of harvesting, but none is found but a mere assurance and confirmation that it is done.  The latter “it is done” is a divine moment of creation transitioning, as no flock members are left behind, not one, this is a moment of Great Silence, as the upcoming chapter on the 7th Seal indicates. God’s mercy shakes the old Tree of Life for one last and final time.

The Sixth Seal says: “the sun turned black like sackcloth”- this is “their” hearts, of which emanates outward to create the abyssal world around them as barren stones.   And when, “the moon turned blood red”- this is their souls, of which emanates outward to create the abyssal world around them as the bitter waters of blood.   And when, “the stars fell to the earth as if shaken off by a strong wind”- this is their eyes, of which emanates outward to create the abyssal world around them as the emptiness and fruitless darkness.   And when, “the heavens receded like a scroll being rolled up”- this is their flesh, of which emanates outward to create the abyssal world around them as gruesome and sensory free formations.   And when, “every mountain and island was removed from its place”- this is God’s gift of wisdom and intelligence, liberty and freedom, of which choice is no longer present.  All creation was lifted with God’s Flock.   They are left like PharoawhenEgyptians – an empty realization of essential elements of life – now gone. “Fall upon us”, “the day of their wrath has come”, “who can withstand it”, who can withstand the nothingness, this inevitable desolation climaxing to a state of plagues now determined to punish.  By  JRCarrillo author of: The Phases of Revelation

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