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2012 A.D.:  The Horse and Rider of the Heart


Below is a medical illustration of a human heart. 




  Now click on thumbnail image below if you wish to see a drawing suggesting a heart's resemblance to a rider on a horse. 

                                                                                    horse and heart

  Here is a mystery!  The heart seems to have a horse and rider on it's upper end, though the rider is more like a bow or arch that rides the horse (though it does have 3 'crowns' or projections, because of the way the arteries were clipped off in the drawing.)  It is essentially a 'red' horse, I would say, because it is an artery, and so has red oxygenated blood.  I drew it faithfully from an anatomy book picture.  I think it may be a Holy Image, but I do not know exactly what it refers to if indeed it is such an image.  

  There are several horses spoken of in the Bible.  Here's this, from Revelation 6:3 where the 'seal' judgements are being meted out to the Earth.  Just before this, the first seal was opened, and a white horse was sent out and on it was a rider with a bow and a crown, and it was sent out "as a conqueror bent on conquest."  It was 'the Lamb who opens these seals (that's Jesus, I feel sure) so these riders that come with the first four seals are not likely to be Jesus.  Next comes this:

  "When the Lamb opened the second seal, I heard the second living creature say,"Come!"  Then another horse came out, a fiery red one.  It's rider was given power to take peace from the earth and to make peoiple kill each other.  To him was given a large sword." End Quote

  After this comes the 3rd seal, a black horse with a rider holding a set of scales.  It causes food prices to become exhorbitantly high.  A few pounds of grain for a days wages! 

Then the 4th seal is opened, where a pale horse with a rider named Death, and Hades folowed close behind that rider it says.  It's mission was to have power over a fourth of the Earth to kill by sword, famine, and plague, and by the wild beasts of the Earth.

  Does it represent one of these horses? 

   Here's Revelation 14:19,20, which has another horse related reference: 

  "The angel swung his sickle on the Earth, gathered it's grapes and threw them into the great winepress of God's wrath."

  "They were trampled in the winepress outside the city, and blood flowed out of the press, rising as high as the horse's bridle for a distance of 1,600 stadia."

  Somehow that almost makes me think of this picture.  The horse seems to be embedded up to about the heigth of it's bridle in heart tissue, right?  But over all....who knows?  Who knows! 




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