Page VI of the Legend of Thomas

The Watchman replies, "Morning is coming, but then night. If you want to ask, ask; come back again." - the 21st chapter the 12th verse of Isaiah


• Logion 7 Jesus said, "Blessed is the lion which becomes man when consumed by man; and cursed is the man whom the lion consumes, and the lion becomes man."
• Exodus 22:30 You must also do this for your oxen and for your sheep; seven days they may remain with their mothers, but give them to me on the eighth day.
• 1 Peter 5:8 Be sober and alert. Your enemy the devil, like a roaring lion, is on the prowl looking for someone to devour.
• Revelation 4:7 The first living creature was like a lion, the second creature like an ox, the third creature had a face like a man's, and the fourth creature looked like an eagle flying.

Note 5 Within the moonlit night in a deep sleep Thomas dreamt of peace. An angel of dreams appeared writing in a book. The angel paused while Thomas upended the night by this angel's soft glow. The head of the angel lifted; a flash of light the horizons rayed out from it. The flash of light was ever brief the acts of thinking out what was thereafter labored on for the next days and weeks.
    Thomas writ a line it was here, "One second of light makes a thing more bright."
Then a flash of light'n from the east to the west in the night sky distracted from the approach of the man's North ascent down the hill up towards the tree.
Thomas awakened from within his dream then walked to the tree. A dark figure in the taken form of a man stopped Thomas short of the tree by time the uninvited intercepted. The man circled around Thomas then half-circled back behind him again. The hairs stood on the neck of Thomas; the man put his hands upon his shoulders. {Is Satan so concerned by little me,} Thomas had not turned to see his grin.
The eye of the vision opened all the kingdoms the citizens of the kingdoms stood below on the lower court grounds. The hands removed from the shoulders elevated instead around the crown then repeated back and forth the shoulders then the head then the shoulders, the man claimed,
"there upon the shoulders all the kingdoms of the World I shall give if you throw yourself down to the ground and worship me."
A slight nod of the head Thomas planted the chin against his bosom he listened to the heart while the tongue was lifted firm against the roof of his mouth. The man then vanished,
the light of the angel by the moon smiled in sweet accord the angel continued on in the book made of gold.
The head of the angel lifted
        the horizons of the vision curved
                the eye behind the angel was opened.
Thomas chuckled his little tittle, "he had not caused this inspiration for me."

Note 6 The morning dawned the coos of the doves welcomed Origami,
    "What is wrong Thomas?" And Thomas said to Origami, "this hill was cultivated not overnight. On the road far away they shall come and come to pass if you listen and obey the precepts of the Lord.

Do not fear the spot or the blemish nor the riders on the horses. Do not be turned away to either direction from the sound of the horse riders. The Lord blessed us Origami the makers of peace the entire earth was our inheritance. The message of the Lord was heard the axiom faith revolves around, the confidence in the evidence already observed. At that time do not rely on your eyes believe nothing your eyes fall upon. Origami, turn by the axiom around the tree go into the hollow of the tree be learned learn the nature of the tree without the roots the tree topples down the hill Note 6. Do not fear no matter what you hear, nor be turned by the ear to the outside of the hollowed tree. The ears can only hear listen to the birds Origami, "do not weep do not fret all are under the providence of the Father." The Word of the Father was decreed the decree from the Father was for eternity the eternal Word laid hold of by the faithful hands cleave to the righteous hem. Should I not return if you heard the blood cry from the ground remain in the hollow of the tree do not come out do not call for help. I rested upon the tree carried by the wind of the outstretched wings until the day beneath the altar of the moon made red by the blood.

Now listen to this last instruction Origami on the day made dark. In the hollow of the tree beneath the filthy rags and the withered leaves the diamond of the king was kept, after the day of darkness take the diamond put the diamond on the ground cover the diamond by the blood. Remember Origami, nobody, say nothing to them about what happened, withhold your name and age; show the diamond at the gates of the palace for they shall not prevail. Walk with the royal guards to show the king the diamond, say, "long live the king!" Tell nothing more. Hold out your hands present the diamond over your palms the king shall know, the protection of the king shall be upon you Origami for the day of the Lord comes quickly.  Thereafter we shall be again under the Pomegranate tree."

The continuation was soon to follow... .
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Note 5: Deuteronomy 13; 18 emp., 18:10-11 (inward and/or outward in practice?)
Note 6: Written in 2021 (it already came to pass). Men often err not concerned about themselves but rather appeal for the condemnation of others. Concerned too much by the thoughts of others they err pointing outside themselves. Was the hypocrite only inwardly and/or outwardly?
Note 7: The tree without roots topples down the hill. Was the reader quick to read then go and do? Let us meditate upon such notions "the means" or rules of gold beloved Jesus conveyed what shall we do? Were the script(ures) prescriptive or descriptive? Perhaps the decisions of men and the temptations of Satan are different and sometimes discernibly not so for everyone?
End note: By observation some men volitionally fill the personas of the devils or the demonic spirits possess.
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