It Is Done

The sequence of the final three seals, the trumpets and also the wrath each conclude with the rest "element" corresponding to the final resurrection of the lamb as slain before the throne and the inheritance of the saints in the New Jerusalem.

Rev 16:17 And the seventh angel poured out his vial into the air; and there came a great voice out of the temple of heaven, from the throne, saying, It is done.

So the last three seals (which correspond to the trumpets (the Father) and the wrath (of the Holy Spirit) and the resurrection of Christ) finish in the rest element of the K4 form, in view in heaven as the lamb (as slain before the throne) with two parts cut off (from GF(4) to GF(2)) - in view as resurrected on the last day with all those whom the Father gave Him.

The sabbath rest in Christ is completed with the Spirit of the Father and as the additive and multiplicative parts of GF(8) re-engaging with the lamb (as GF(2)) to make GF(4) under multiplication, regenerating the octal ultrafilter. The trumpets show how the remnant is preserved by the Father for Christ - those that overcome the beast and its image. Likewise, the Holy Spirit pours out seven viols of wrath against all those whom blaspheme Him in the very last times.

The self-similarity between the rest element in the seals and the sequence of seals itself is the essence of the ultrafilter as in view here - (triune). The result is that the last three seals are the trumpets, wrath and the final sabbath rest show conclusively that Jesus is He whom the trinity dwells in bodily: He is God. He is the resurrection and the life.

Since we may assume that the seals also correspond in their sequence to Christ - because the seals are on the book of life we know Christ resurrects all those whom are written within whilst they are revealed on earth sequentially: This is a very neat way of stating that Christ in His K4 form has a three cycle or equivalently the Galois group of the octal.

The revelation which reveals the heavenly scene has been interpreted correctly as now the completed mystery of God: One may answer as to whom God is in His person; It would be better to point here in the text and state: "Lo, behold in the book it is written of Him."

Christ Himself states:

Rev 21:6 And he said unto me, It is done. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. I will give unto him that is athirst of the fountain of the water of life freely.

Jesus states this to John in the present tense : Christ's own resurrection and the first resurrection of the saints is completed already: We merely observe the process unfolding on earth waiting for the least of the flock, whilst it is already finished whole in heaven.

We can now equate the seals to the restrainer - that the restrainer is loosed four times in the earth, loosing the dialectic paradigm, and also the restraint is loosed three times in heaven, whence comes the election, (the first resurrection) and wrath of God in Christ followed by the resurrection of all.

2Th 2:7 For the mystery of iniquity doth already work: only he who now letteth will let, until he be taken out of the way.
2Th 2:8 And then shall that Wicked be revealed, whom the Lord shall consume with the spirit of his mouth, and shall destroy with the brightness of his coming:

It is all too easy to equate the restraint as upon men on earth: we often forget that God shows us great constraint and long-suffering also.

In the math of revelation the restrainer corresponds to the opening of a seal and the loosing of the fixed position of the unity element to float amongst the seven elements of the octal, so that eventually the whole sea of 30 octals in every seven cycle is loosed. So, whom is the restrainer? It could certainly be Christ that looses the seals but it is also in the fixed position defended from the dragon as by Michael in the text: Yet Michael is not mentioned as shifting position at all, although he is a good arguer! Rather the restrainer as it is loosed in four stages is restraint upon false doctrine and "modern double-think" that only elders in a fellowship may use to restrain the mindset of the youth amongst them. As they are taken out of the way over much time the paradigm shifts. Today, we are free-falling in the bottomless pit rather than merely "falling away" or "stumbling".

The restrainer is not a "He" so much as one upon a "They" whom are referenced to as the elect. The restraint loosed on the paradigm of the elect ensures a more stringent selection in an easier age in which to become lapsed - as opposed to the kingdom of God where trial is on the basis for the love of the truth: Not where it used to be said that there was one "truth" and one gospel to be affirmed to death before the face of Caesar, but today where there are many false gospels and the multitude are caught loving and believing a lie. More tares in the body requires more stringent selection (greater tribulation) and a greater love for the truth.

The seals on the book of life are not to "keep peeking eyes out" or to "keep the unknown elect in". Rather, we are chosen for Christ and the seals are opened by Him - therefore it is He (Christ) that "letteth" in that Christ may open a seal whenever He becomes dissatisfied with those calling themselves Christians, and He will by doing so reveal the smaller remnant with a love for the truth on the earth which are more pleasing for Him; Then, Christ merely accepts the ones the Father has chosen, (fifth seal) revealing all the others as "that wicked" upon which the sixth seal is poured out as viols of wrath - and the resurrection preserves or raises the elect as appropriate (seventh seal). The last seal corresponding to the resurrection is the "brightness of His coming". The sixth matches the consuming wrath of the Holy Spirit from the Lord's mouth, and the election of the fifth seal reveals all those whom have no part in the first resurrection: They are "that Wicked".

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