So I did this post on book of the dead on 12/10/21 and forgot to post it here but I think it is very relevant!! Although for some reason it has been removed for book of the dead!!!!
So when I was sitting in court I was looking at the Scottish royal coat of arms which I haven’t really paid attention to before! The first thing that came to me was the unicorn which is Jesus Christ in a chain and the lion of Judah facing Jesus with a little red lion sitting on top of the crown with his own crown sticking out his tongue with a sword and sceptre in his hands!! Sticking out the tongue is a sign of Disobedience and if you read Isaiah 57 below and then Ezekiel 19 about the sceptre, you start to get a whole new prospective of the coat of arms!! Also we know the sword of the Spirit is the word of God!!!! And the “In defens” at the top should read “In my defens God me defens” And the only red animals in the Bible are the red horse (bloodshed – Revelation 6:3-4) and the red dragon (satan – Revelation 12:1-6) and Esau, Jacobs brother who sold his birth-right for red pottage (Genesis 25:30) his name became Edom which means RED!! Esau killed Nimrod in Jasher chapter 27 and when he returned he sold his birth right to Jacob for the red pottage of lentil stew because he was so hungry and tired! Jacob took advantage of this which is why Jacob in Hebrew means “deceiver”!! Could this be Esau claiming back the birth right???? However God makes situations happen for a reason and Esau didn’t follow God or have any interest in his birth right all he wanted to do was hunt and kill!!!! So it is not hard to see why it was taken from him!!!! Now I will do more on this once I have put everything together, because there is loads of information which links to all of this!!
Isaiah 57 Amplified Bible
Evil Leaders Rebuked
The righteous man perishes [at the hand of evil], and no one takes it to heart;
Faithful and devout men are taken away, while no one understands
That the righteous person is taken away [to be spared] from disaster and evil.
2 He enters into peace [through death];
They rest in their beds (graves),
Each one who walked uprightly [following God’s will, living with integrity].
3 “But come here, you sons of a sorceress [raised in deception and superstition],
Offspring of an adulterer and a prostitute.
4 “Of whom do you make fun?
Against whom do you open wide your mouth
And stick out your tongue?
Are you not children of rebellion (sin),
Offspring of deceit,
5 Who inflame yourselves [with lust in pagan rites] among the oaks (terebinth trees),
Under every green and leafy tree,
Who slaughter the children [in sacrifice] in the ravines
Under the clefts of the rocks?
6 “Among the smooth stones of the ravine
Is your portion, they (the idols) are your lot;
Even to them you have poured out a drink offering,
You have offered a grain offering.
Should I be quiet concerning these things [leaving them unpunished—bearing them with patience]?
7 “Upon a high and lofty mountain
You have [openly and shamelessly] made your [idolatrous and adulterous] bed;
Even there you went up to offer sacrifice [to idols, in spiritual unfaithfulness to Me].
8 “Behind the door and the doorpost
You have set up your [pagan] symbol;
Indeed, far removed from Me, you have uncovered yourself,
And have gone up and made your bed wide.
And you have made a [new] agreement for yourself with the adulterers,
You have loved their bed,
You have looked [with passion] on their [a]manhood.
9 “You have gone to [b]the king [of a pagan land] with oil
And increased your [c]perfumes;
You have sent your messengers a great distance
And made them go down to Sheol (the realm of the dead).
10 “You were wearied by the length of your road,
Yet you did not say, ‘It is no use.’
You found [d]renewed strength,
Therefore you did not grow weak.
11 “About whom were you worried and fearful
That you lied and did not [e]remember Me,
Nor [f]give Me a thought?
Was I not silent even for a long time
And [as a result] you do not fear Me?
12 “I will declare your [hypocritical] righteousness and your deeds,
But they will not benefit you.
13 “When you cry out [for help], let your [ridiculous] collection of idols save you.
But the wind will carry them all away,
A [mere] breath will take them.
But he who takes refuge in Me will possess the land [Judea]
And will inherit My holy mountain.”
14 And it will be said,
“Build up, build up, clear the way.
Remove the stumbling block out of the way [of the spiritual return] of My people.”
15 For the high and exalted One
He who inhabits eternity, Whose name is Holy says this,
“I dwell on the high and holy place,
But also with the [g]contrite and humble in spirit
In order to revive the spirit of the humble
And to revive the heart of the contrite [overcome with sorrow for sin].
16 “For I will not contend forever,
Nor will I always be angry;
For [if I did stay angry] the spirit [of man] would grow weak before Me,
And the breath of those whom I have created.
17 “Because of the wickedness of his unjust gain I was angry and struck him;
I hid My face and was angry,
And he went on turning away and backsliding, in the way of his [own willful] heart.
18 “I have seen his [willful] ways, but I will heal him;
I will lead him [also] and will restore comfort to him and to those who mourn for him,
19 As I create the [h]praise of his lips,
Peace, peace, to him who is far away [both Jew and Gentile] and to him who is near!”
Says the Lord;
“And I will heal him [making his lips blossom anew with thankful praise].”
20 But the wicked are like the tossing sea,
For it cannot be quiet,
And its waters toss up mire and mud.
21 “There is no peace,” says my God, “for the wicked.”
[a] Isaiah 57:8 Lit hand.
[b] Isaiah 57:9 Another reading is Molech, i.e. to an idol of the pagan god.
[c] Isaiah 57:9 Lit ointments.
[d] Isaiah 57:10 Lit the life of your hand.
[e] Isaiah 57:11 Or mention.
[f] Isaiah 57:11 Lit put on your heart.
[g] Isaiah 57:15 Lit crushed.
[h] Isaiah 57:19 Lit fruit.
Ezekiel 19 Amplified Bible
Dirge for the Princes of Israel
“As for you, take up a dirge (funeral poem to be sung) for the princes of Israel 2 and say,
‘What was your mother [Jerusalem and Judah]?
A lioness among lions!
She lay down among young lions,
She reared her cubs.
3 ‘When she [the royal mother-city] brought up [Jehoahaz] one of her cubs,
He became a [young] lion,
And he learned to catch and tear the prey;
He devoured men.
4 ‘The nations heard about him;
He was captured in their pit,
And they brought him with hooks
To the land of Egypt.
5 ‘When she saw, as she waited,
That her hope was lost,
She took [a]another of her cubs
And made him a young lion.
6 ‘And he moved among the lions;
He became a young lion,
He learned to tear the prey;
He devoured men.
7 ‘He destroyed their palaces
And he flattened their cities;
And the land and all who were in it were appalled
By the sound of his roaring.
8 ‘Then the nations set against him (the king)
On every side from the provinces,
And they spread their net over him;
He was captured in their pit.
9 ‘They put him in a cage with hooks and chains
And brought him to the king of Babylon;
They brought him in hunting nets
So that his voice would be heard no more
On the mountains of Israel.
10 ‘Your mother [Jerusalem] was like a vine in your [blood] vineyard,
Planted by the waters;
It was fruitful and full of branches
Because of abundant water.
11 ‘And it had strong branches for the scepters of rulers,
And its height was raised above the thick branches and into the clouds
So that it was seen [easily] in its height with the mass of its branches.
12 ‘But the vine was uprooted in [godly] wrath [by His representative]
And it was thrown down to the ground;
The east wind dried up its fruit.
Its strong branch was broken off
So that it withered;
The fire [of God’s judgment] consumed it.
13 ‘And now it is transplanted in the wilderness,
In a dry and thirsty land [of Babylon].
14 ‘And the fire [of Zedekiah’s rebellion] has gone out from its branch;
It has consumed the vine’s shoots and fruit,
So that it has in it no [longer a] strong branch
As a scepter to rule.’”
This is a dirge (funeral poem to be sung), and has become a dirge.
[a] Ezekiel 19:5 Either a timely reference to Jehoiachin who reigned only three months, or a prediction regarding Zedekiah. Both rulers were exiled to Babylon.