Pentagon

Pentagon: the altar of fire

The pentagon is a two-dimensional five-sided polygon whose two dimensions are manifestations of the axis of the Father (Old Testament or the 12 Tribes of Israel) and the axis of the Son (New Testament or the 12 Apostles of the Lamb) respectively.

The pentagon is a shield, a symbol of defence, and the manifestation of the most powerful military in all of creation.

It is the altar of fire:
The LORD commanded the man in linen, "Take fire from among the wheels, from among the cherubim" (Ezekiel 10:6)

Take fire: take ammunition

All the wisdom and knowledge of God stored up during the era of the pentarchy are heavenly ammunitions in the pentagon.

Wheel: glory (the circle of time)

The works of the Christians during the era of the Orthodox Church are stored up in special circles or glories described as wheels. A wheel is the circle of time round the clock.

Cherubim: the Orthodox Christians who were the angels (messengers of God) in the presence of God during the era of the Orthodox Church.

The Orthodox Christians were inside the Cherubim. The Cherubim was like a vehicle, a military aircraft, and they were the passengers. Their hands were visible under the wings (the propellers) of the aircraft:
(Under the wings of the cherubim could be seen what looked like human hands.) - Ezekiel 10:8
Cherubim = Military Aircraft

Take fire from among the wheels: take ammunition from the glory of the Father or from the wealth of Divine Wisdom stored up during the era of the Orthodox Church.

From among the Cherubim: from among the Orthodox Christians


The ammunitions inside the pentagon were burning coals:
The LORD said to the man clothed in linen, "Go in among the wheels beneath the cherubim. Fill your hands with burning coals from among the cherubim and scatter them over the city." (Ezekiel 10:2)
Burning Coals: Ammunitions

And scatter them over the city: fire them or detonate them on the earth


The pentagon is a plane shape representing the famous five-pointed star of the Muslim star and crescent.




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