‘Hickory Dickory Dock’ (Jesus/Desert Vision)

‘Hickory Dickory Dock (Jesus/Desert Vision)…Then I saw flashes of people being lead through this fence. They were dirty and chained together. I noticed how pristine, clean, the buildings were and that they were in the middle of this desert but the people were filthy. Each group would suddenly disappear, then another group would show up….

 Hickory Dickory Dock 
 (Jesus/Desert Vision)
  
 hickory dickory dock
 the mouse ran
 up the clock
  
 the clock struck two
 it's up to you
 what you're going
 to do
  
 hickory dickory dock
 the mouse ran
 down the clock
  
 what is your magnitude
 how is your attitude
 the clock strikes two
 you have a choice
 in all God†
 puts you through
  
 hickory dickory dock
 the mouse jumps from
 the clock‒
  
 stands on his own ground
 without
 having to look around 

Note: The photograph included with this writing was taken from the collection titled: October 23, 2019: The Dragon and the All-Seeing Eye. I had been to this park many times and not once was compelled to even stand under this gazebo. This day was different. The top of the gazebo is totally round, all of it. I couldn’t see what I was taking pictures of. David said where to point the camera and I pointed it and snapped when he said to. I only saw what I took pictures of when I got home. These picture-taking journeys were quite amazing and what appeared in the photographs and their explanations are even more stunning. When you are unveiled, if you ever are, you will see what you’ve been missing. God bless you in every way, in Jesus’ name. Amen.

(June 14, 2021)—Vision given Yesterday morning. Before I’m shown the vision, I’m asked, ‘Are you willing?’ I said, ‘Yes.’ There was a bit of reluctance. I could feel it, then I was in the vision.

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‘Brilliant Idea’

If Only We Carried the Same Values as Our Founding Fathers!

A sample from Book 3

 Brilliant Idea
 
buchanan—
a startling convection
the democratic party
split opposition
halt this spreading conflagration
with poor decision
in the kansas situation
guaranteeing a lincoln election
a black republican
—southern tension
 
the north
a firm war promotion
for slavery abolition
a cause sensation
 
buchanan asked for legislation
amendments to our constitution
his only mission
postpone a war admission
for the republican administration
 
december 20, 1860
south carolina—
the first division
 
january 8, 1861
buchanan pleaded his position
 
...a common ground on which conciliation and harmony
can be produced is surely not attainable...
 
not with a one-sided dictation
 
...the proposition to compromise by letting the north
have exclusive control of the territory above a certain line
and give southern institutions protection below the line
ought to receive universal approbations....
 
a splendid nomination
the south not having
to commission
to northern reformation
 
...in itself, indeed, it may not be entirely satisfactory,
but when the alternative is between a reasonable concession
on both sides and a destruction of the union it is
an imputation upon the patriotism of congress to assert
that its members will hesitate for a moment....
 
on history's reflection
greed's illustration
wanting commotion
instead of retrospection
 
...at the beginning of these unhappy troubles I determined
that no act of mine should increase the excitement
of the country....
 
not looking for validation
or a celebration
 
...if the political conflict were to end in a civil war,
it was my determined purpose not to commence it nor even
to furnish an excuse for it by any act of this government....
 
not sounding like a politician
but a true american citizen
 
...my opinion remains unchanged that justice as well as
sound policy requires us still to seek a peaceful solution
of the questions at issue between the north and the south....
 
what stronger contribution
to a presidential administration
 
...in conclusion it may be permitted to me to remark that
I have often warned my countrymen of the dangers which
now surround us. this may be the last time I shall refer
to the subject officially…I feel that my duty has been
faithfully, though it may be imperfectly, performed and
whatever the result maybe, I shall carry to my grave the
consciousness that I at least meant well for my country....
 
a true constitutional inclination
 
january 9, 1861
mississippi joined the separation
january 10,1861
florida followed the fashion
january 11, 1861
alabama part of the collection
january 19, 1861
georgia made their decision
january 26, 1861
louisiana without hesitation
february 23, 1861
texas joined the southern nation
 
the line idea invitation
a peaceful resolution
a different cultivation
a saving salvation
—no lost family antebellum plantations
—a slower mixed population
—no racial manifestation
—no lives damnation
 
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