The Source of River Ethiope

The cotton silk tree source of
River Ethiope.


The source of River Ethiope is a giant Kapok tree (a cotton silk tree) in Umuaja, Delta State, Nigeria. Water flows from under the buttress root of the Kapok tree and the area around the tree forming a narrow stream under the cool shade of the tree.

River Ethiope with its cotton tree source are considered sacred by indigenous people living in the towns, villages and communities around it. A shrine administered by a Dibia is built near the tree, and white and red pieces of clothes are tied round the tree. People come from far and near to offer sacrifices and offerings to the tree.

The tree is axis mundi connecting the people who considers it sachred to heaven. When they offer sacrifices to it, they seek blessings from God.

As an axis mundi, the source of River Ethiope is 45.

Lo Shu square grid is a magic square comprised of nine small squares corresponding to the nine intersecting triangles in Shri Yantra and the nine concentric circles representing the nine realms in Norse Cosmology.

The nine small squares are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. The sum of the nine squares is 45.

Lo Shu Square = 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9
                           = 45 (Axis Mundi)

5 in the center of Lo Shu square is the Father. The remaining eight small squares are eight directions of 5. The Father is a five-pointed star and the eight small squares are eight directions of the five-pointed star.

Each small square has a magnitude of 5, such that Lo Shu square grid is an eight-pointed star equal to 9 x 5.

Number of small squares = 9
Magnitude of a square = 5
Lo Shu Square = 9 x 5
                           = 45 (Axis Mundi)

Therefore, the cotton silk tree source of River Ethiope is an eight-pointed star symbolic of balance and stability. The eight points of the eight-pointed star are the four cardinal directions and the eight ordinal directions of an 8-point compass rose. The four cardinal directions constitute a cross (additional sign) and the four ordinal directions constitute a transverse cross (multiplication sign). 5 is the pointer.

The cross is the crown of the tree and the transverse cross is the root of the tree, such that the cotton silk tree source of River Ethiope is an eight-pointed star. The trunk connecting the root and the crown of the tree is 5 in the center of the eight-pointed star or the compass rose or Lo Shu square.

The eight points of the eight-pointed star or the eight small squares of Lo Shu square grid or the eight directions of the compass are the eight vertices of a cube, which means that the source of River Ethiope is a cube.

The cube is the Holy of Holies and the holy city, which means that the cotton silk tree source of River Ethiope is the new Jerusalem (the heavenly Jerusalem) which came down from heaven to earth.

The source of River Ethiope is Rubik's cube, and the water flowing from the base of the tree is Love (54).

The six square facets of the cube are the six wings of the star of David. This means that the cube is a hexagram and the tree is the flag of Israel signalling the creation of a new nation of Israel.

Listen, everyone who lives on earth! Look for a signal flag to be raised on the mountain tops! (Isaiah 18:3) "GNT"

Signal flag: cotton silk tree source of River Ethiope.

An axis mundi is a mountain. Axes mundi in different cultures, religions, places and subjects are mountains. Divided, there are mountains. United, there is a mountain. The mountains constitute the chaotic world below; the mountain represents the harmonious world above. The divided holy mountains constitute the earthly Israel. The united holy mountains constitute the heavenly Israel. Converting all the mountains to a single flag representing the Israel above (the celestial Israel) is raising a signal flag on the multiple mountains in the underworld (the world below).

Every religion is a mountain. In the underworld, the religions are divided such that there were many mountains.

Mountains stands for polytheism. Mountain stands for monotheism. Raising a signalling flag on the mountains is raising monotheism above polytheism. A world where different religions disagree and constantly fight against each other is a polytheistic underworld.

We create a new Israel and unite it around the source of River Ethiope.

Lo Shu square is a mountain. River Ethiope is Lo Shu river, and the cotton silk tree is the mountain source of the river. Remember how Moses used his rod to strike the rock of a mountain and water came out.

Recall that Lo Shu square is a turtle. River Ethiope is Lo Shu river and its cotton silk tree source is Lo Shu river turtle.

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