Dream 13 – Colored Stones


colored_stones.jpgDifferent stones were given out.


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~ by Marianne on May 1, 2015.

3 Responses to “Dream 13 – Colored Stones”

  1. Revelation 2:17 He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the hidden manna, and will give him a white stone, and in the stone a new name written, which no man knoweth saving he that receiveth it.

    In my humble opinion, the stones being awarded represent the day if judgment soon to dawn upon the world. The uniform colour indeed could be a time aspect. Being a universal army regalia should mean the universality of the war that shall bring about these effects. In Marianne’s mentality, war is fought in army fatigues, and as such, to distinctify the dream from being a concoction of her mind, the dream is presented in this diverse manner, which still however means judgement by war and its retinue, and the natural elements.

    The coloured stones, red for instance could mean destruction by the sword, green by natural catastrophes, yellow by draught/solar/radiation effects.

    If the stones are thirteen, then a fourteenth is white and is given to the ones who shall overcome the world.

    The earth awaits the redemptiom, and when it suddenly dawns, we ought to be glad and to rejoice. For its not a loss to have evil vanguished but the ultimate victory.

  2. Dear Marianne,

    Just a thought …. Did not the High Priest of the temple wear something
    called an ephod? Were there stones on this ephod? I’m not sure
    it’s a question……Would not the rebuilding of temple need also
    once again to a put their High Priest there…….? Who would be
    the Anti-Christ….

    Herod’s temple and the Trumpeting Stone
    interesting read that site:
    About the temple

    Just some thoughts…..

    Love, In Jesus
    Praying Carol

    • carol

      yes, the ephod had 12 stones, one for each tribe

      the current population of jews has a supply of cohens to be eligible for a high priest.

      the AC is a different figure who desecrates the temple, calling himself god

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