Book I: Chapter 25
My vision about Alan did not end – instead it was interrupted – by another view of the Two Witnesses.
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[Note to Reader: This is Chapter 25 of Book 1 “The Pawns of Prophecy” – if you missed the start of the book, click here return to the main page. ]
“The first seal has passed.” Elijah said, his body apparently free from visions for a moment, leaving him the opportunity to relax a bit.
“The Rider on a White horse.” Enoch sighed, also calm.
“He has deceived many and inaugurated the Great Tribulation.”
“No angel of light is he.”
“The fiery Red horse and its rider also has come and gone.”
“And with him open warfare and civil unrest.”
But then Elijah’s agony suddenly returned, “Now is the time for the Black Horse that John bespoke of!”
“Can they resist?” Enoch raised his hands, as if to ward off a blow.
“No one can resist The Third Seal!” Elijah fell back, unconscious.
(Actually that’s true – The Third Seal is a bitch – see for yourself…)
At this point my sight of the Two Witnesses ended and I was returned again back to my revelation about Alan and his ordeal with The Beast – would his identity finally be revealed?