Cross of the Four Crowns
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and the Future of the Earth
Julie of Light Omega

The portrayal of the Lamb of God at the center of a cross bearing four crowns surrounded by a golden sphere contains a prophecy regarding the future of the Earth. It represents the sign of the Cross (the Christ) over the four directions - North, South, East, and West - at the time of the Christ-ing of the Earth.  Such an event does not represent the ascendance of one religion or one form of belief related to the way of worshipping the Divine.  Rather, it embraces all religions and spiritual orientations and holds them all within the Divine embrace of what is One.

At that time, spiritual consciousness will be raised so that all the Earth's inhabitants will have intimate knowledge of God and perceive spiritual reality to be the underlying reality of life. The translation of the Latin words that form a ring on the golden sphere reads:  "The root (branch, stock) of David is victorious and rules from East to West and everywhere well."  This is a reference to the prophecy of Isaiah (11:1) regarding the Christ:  "And there shall come forth a rod out of the stem of Jesse, and a Branch shall grow out of his roots..."  This branch is the universal branch of love and holiness, and its gifts shall be given to all.

The angels in this picture sing in celebration of this victory.  The crowns represent the rulership of God through the universal Christ.  The Lamb, who resembles the traditional Lamb of God yet who is uniquely different from it, sits upon a Book, indicating mastery.  This is both a book of Divine knowledge and a Book of Life.  It contains seven rays, one of which is darkened.  These are the seven rays of God that have become part of the Lamb.  The dark ray is the power of darkness which has been absorbed by the Lamb, rendering it powerless as a separated force and enabling it to return to the greater Light of God. Such is the nature of redemption, and the fruits of this process shall free mankind to finally live in a world of peace.

The 'Cross of the Four Crowns' is an image whose origin is buried in the past.  Emerging around the sixteenth century, it portrays the future of the Earth as a holy planet, an illumined planet, in keeping with the words of Isaiah, 52:9-10:




Break forth into joy, sing together, ye waste places of Jerusalem:  For the Lord hath comforted his people, he hath redeemed Jerusalem.  The Lord hath made bare his holy arm in the eyes of all the nations; And all the ends of the earth shall see the salvation of our God.


The Lord shall reign forever and ever

  The Lord shall reign forever and ever

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