27.1.4d yes it is a movie, the bible ; it is prophecy, in a play
Forests burn in Israel, Golan Heights that cant be a good thing ? for i shall bring fire out in the midst of you ; for the non believer is the torment of fire ; and burning the bible does not help ; for you have not come to the Olive Tree, and the candle sticks, but went to the leaf ? I’ll look into it later ;
And We showed Pharaoh all Our Signs, but he did reject and refuse. (56) He said: “Hast thou come to drive us out of our land with thy magic O Moses? (57) “But we can surely produce magic to match thine! So make a tryst between us and thee, which we shall not fail to keep― neither we nor thou― in a place where both shall have even chances.” (58) Moses said: “Your tryst is the Day of the Festival, and let the people be assembled when the sun is well up.” (59) So Pharaoh withdrew: he concerted his plan, and then came (back). (60) Moses said to them: “Woe to you! Forge not ye a lie against Allah, lest He destroy you (at once) utterly by chastisement: the forger must suffer frustration!” (61) So they disputed, one with another, over their affair, but they kept their talk secret. (62) They said: “These two are certainly (expert) magicians: their object is to drive you out from your land with their magic, and to do away with your Most cherished institutions. (63) “Therefore concert your plan, and then assemble in (serried) ranks: he wins (all along) today who gains the upper hand.”if i change that from frustration, to angered what do you have ; what lie have i conjured ? not i : (71) They said: “Never shall we regard thee as more than the Clear Signs that have come to us or than Him Who created us! So decree whatever thou desirest to decree: for thou canst only decree (touching) the life of this world. (72) For us we have believed in our Lord: may He forgive us our faults, and the magic to which thou didst compel us: for Allah is Best and Most Abiding.” (73) Verily he who comes to his Lord as a sinner (at judgment)― for him is Hell: therein shall he neither die nor live. (74) But such as comes to Him as Believers who have worked righteous deeds–for them are ranks exalted― (75) Gardens of Eternity, beneath which flow rivers: they will dwell therein for aye: such is the reward of those who purify themselves (from evil). (76) forger ; Forgery === I’ll keep the voice recorder on === so fraud is like mischief ? a false statement === then who mocks me or imitates, with the butterfly ? @ 27.1.1b so, you were not convinced, and need more ?
The skull speaks. It says "Et in Arcadia ego" or simply "Vanitas." In a first-century mosaic tabletop from a Pompeiian triclinium (now in Naples), the skull is crowned with a carpenter’s square and plumb-bob, which dangles before its empty eye sockets (Death as the great leveller), while below is an image of the ephemeral and changeable nature of life: a butterfly atop a wheel—a table for a philosopher’s symposium. @ Human_skull_symbolism
In Elizabethan England, The Death’s-Head Skull, usually a depiction without the lower jawbone, was emblematic of bawds, rakes, Sexual Adventurers and prostitutes; The term Deaths-Head was actually parlance for these rakes, and most of them wore half-skull rings to advertise their station, either professionally or otherwise. The original Rings were wide silver objects, with a half-skull decoration not much wider than the rest of the band; This allowed it to be rotated around the finger to hide the skull in polite company, and to reposition it in the presence of likely conquests.
When the skull is represented in Nazi SS insignia, the death’s-head (Totenkopf) deals with the fear of death, but when tattooed on the forearm its apotropaic power helps an outlaw biker cheat death.The skull and crossbones signify "Poison" when they appear on a glass bottle containing a white powder, or any container in general.
An old Yoruba folktale tells of a man who encountered a skull mounted on a post by the wayside. To his astonishment, the skull spoke. The man asked the skull why it was mounted there. The skull said that it was mounted there for talking. The man then went to the king, and told the king of the marvel he had found, a talking skull. The king and the man returned to the place where the skull was mounted; the skull remained silent. The king then commanded that the man be beheaded, and ordered that his head be mounted in place of the skull.
The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, or more simply Hamlet, is a tragedy by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written between 1599 and 1601. The play, set in Denmark, recounts how Prince Hamlet exacts revenge on his uncle Claudius for murdering the old King Hamlet, Claudius’s own brother and Prince Hamlet’s father, and then succeeding to the throne and marrying Gertrude, the King Hamlet’s widow and mother of Prince Hamlet. The play vividly charts the course of real and feigned madness—from overwhelming grief to seething rage—and explores themes of treachery, revenge, incest, and moral corruption.
Compare Hamlet’s words "Here hung those lips that I have kissed I know not how oft" to Talmudic sources: "…Rabi Ishmael [the High Priest]… put [the decapitated head of a martyr] in his lap… and cried: oh sacred mouth!…who buried you in ashes…!". The skull was an symbol of melancholy for Shakespeare’s contemporaries.
time check : 13:07 hrs., : return ; it is awful warm out there ;