"And I saw when the Lamb opened one of the seals,
and I heard, as it were the noise of thunder, one of the
saying, Come and see." (Rev. 6:1)
<1>Only the Lamb can open these seals as
mentioned. The Lamb is that spirit of truth (Christ)
that opened up or helped to open the truth of the religions to
<2>"Opened one of the seals": The other seals
are numbered as second seal, third seal, etc. Therefore, this seal
is the first seal.
Sign, the first seal is represented by (),
which is the I-Ching
in the horizontal position and symbolizes latent spiritual forces.
<4>This seal symbolizes the teachings of the
Far East (Mystical
Paths) which are related to the many techniques for awakening
these spiritual forces. Also these teachings give a philosophy of
the relationship between individual actions and the universe. They
have been given to humanity after the flood of Noah. <5>Although
originated from these teachings throughout the earth, the books of
the only written words of this original knowledge. In the Far East,
many other disciplinary ideals have evolved from these original
teachings, such as yoga,
Upanishads, etc. They all help a person to realize the
deeper truth behind other
and religious dogmas.
"And I saw, and behold a
horse: and he that sat on him had a bow; and a crown was given unto
him: and he went forth conquering, and to conquer." (Rev. 6:2)
horse" symbolizes the process of purity. Also white is the color for
satva guna. Indeed all exercises, disciplines, diets, and philosophies of these
original teachings are based on purifying the body,
<7>"He that sat on him had a bow" means that
he who tries to follow these teachings becomes like a warrior
(Arjuna in the Bhagavad-Gita). With his bow, he goes to war
with the influence of the
tama guna over his
Soul and fights those
creatures that make him or her poor in
spirit and/or lost.
<8>These practices and philosophies awaken the kundalini
which will help the person to conquer his weaknesses, expand his
mind, experience the presence of
God, open his spiritual
(third) eye, and overcome all negative forces within his Soul.
<9>"And a crown was given unto him," because
he starts to overcome the power of the
tama guna over his
Soul and tries to overcome the
Maya. He becomes great by detaching himself from the attraction
of the external world and he awakens the spiritual forces in order
to overcome his lower nature. So he becomes the king of his Soul and
receives a crown.
<10>"He went forth conquering, and to
conquer." He starts to conquer those weaknesses within and without
by purifying the
self. He is a conqueror
because his Soul is awakened, and through struggle, the conquering
is guaranteed (like Arjuna in the Bhagavad-Gita).
<11>Also the philosophy of the Far East is so
deep and mind-catching that it conquers the hearts, minds, and Souls
of those who are real seekers.
<12>However, these teachings do not reveal all of The Plan
and desire of
God for humanity to
follow. They might lead to escapism. That is why other seals are
necessary to perfect these teachings.
"And when he had opened the second seal, I heard
the second beast say, Come and see." (Rev. 6:3)
<13>The second seal is the second symbol in
which is the star of David or the seal of Solomon.
"And there went out another horse that was red:
and power was given to him that sat thereon to take peace from the
earth, and that they should kill one another: and there was given
unto him a great sword." (Rev. 6:4)
<14>The color red symbolizes activity, war,
and action. Also it is the color for
raja guna. The sign ()
is the symbol of the
Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth
(KOHOE). <15>The power of taking peace from the earth
is given to those
who will fight to bring the KOHOE. This power was once given
to Hebrews, and it will be given to
Elected Ones all the time in order to eventually bring the
Kingdom to the earth.
<16>"They should kill one another" means that
until the Kingdom Of
Heaven is established on earth, humans will be lost in
narrowness of the mind (ignorance)
and will kill each other in the process. <17>However, if
humans understand that all these things happened throughout history
in order to bring all to this point of understanding that the only
way for peace, harmony, and happiness is to give up the
false ego and
God desires, then the
bloodshed will stop.
"And when he had opened the third seal, I heard
the third beast say, Come and see. And I beheld, and lo a black
horse; and he that sat on him had a pair of balances in his hand."
<18>In this stage the seal refers to the
third seal in
Sign, the cross (),
which is the symbol of
Christianity. The cross itself is representative of a balance if
you add the scales on the two sides ().
<19>The black horse symbolizes the death of
ego, lower nature) in this stage of development of the human.
<20>Also black is the color for
tama guna. The
pair of balances is the symbol of equality. With
Christ's teachings and the understanding of his teachings, a
person should come to the point where he can overcome the
devil (which is the attraction to
false ego) and be
being self-centered) all of individual
self for establishing the Kingdom Of
Heaven (balances). He should hunger for righteousness and try to
bring equity on earth.
"And I heard a voice in the midst of the
four beasts say,
A measure of wheat for a penny, and three measures of barley for a
penny; and see thou hurt not the oil and the wine." (Rev. 6:6)
<21>He who has the pair of balances has come
to make sure that equity has been established in the human race. Therefore, the sentence, "A measure of wheat for a penny, and three
measures of barley for a penny" means, "Make sure that the Laws
which have been set up are followed and no one is exploited, and all
will have the basic necessities."
<22>The phrase, "And see thou hurt not the
oil and the wine" means, "Make sure that those who are worthy to
have more than the basic necessities of life are not being hurt." Whosoever contributes more to society should receive more. Spiritual
contribution is superior to intellectual, and intellectual
contribution is superior to physical. <23>Another meaning is
that the chosen ones (Paravipras)
will establish this equity on earth. These are the ones that have
the pair of balances in themselves (Kingdom Of Heaven within).
<24>In short, "Make sure all receive their
share without any one being unfairly treated." That is what
Christ taught his
disciples. The essence of his teaching is "Sacrifice
in establishing the Kingdom Of
Heaven." The rest will be added to you.
"And when he had opened the fourth seal, I heard
the voice of the fourth beast say, Come and see." (Rev. 6:7)
<25>The fourth seal is the fourth symbol in
which is the last part of the symbol
OM (). It is the symbol of Islam,
which was brought by
Prophet Muhammad. With this seal, the four horsemen are
"And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his
name that sat on him was Death, and
Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the
fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and
with death, and with the beasts of the earth." (Rev. 6:8)
<26>The pale horse means a balance in the
revelation in this stage. It means completion of knowledge. It is
neither white, nor red, nor black, but a balance between all these
extremes. That is why in
Islam the material
world and spiritual world both are considered equally important, and
many laws were set up for social relationships.
<27>"And his name that sat on him was Death"
means that the one who sat on him brings the death of
Maya, because in this
stage, you will enter the fifth
chakra which is the abode of overcoming all unnecessary material
<28>"And power was given unto them over the
fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword,...."
covered the fourth part of the earth through the concept of "Holy
<29>They established themselves by the power of war "with
sword," which was given to them. If this power had not been given to
them, they would not have been able to do it. All is done with His