This stele was found in Central America. It was discovered in La Venta
where the Olmecs used to live. People have been trying to decode this
photo for years. Why does this man look like he's inside a machine and
he's at the controls? Why a flying serpent? Why does that headdress
look like a modern computer or television monitor? Note the X-shaped
crosses above the monitor-looking device. This feathered or plumed
serpent (basically means it can fly) compares to the Serpent Cherub
known as Lucifer. Why is that? Because Lucifer has dwelt with humans
in our past. Lucifer is NOT an archangel. He's a cherub (Ezekiel 28).
He's the flying serpent cherub.
Click here for my research on this.
Historical note: In 1250 BC, the Historian Sanchuniation had this to say
about a snake: "The snake has a speed that nothing can exceed because
of its breath. Its energy is exceptional. It has illuminated everything
with its gleam."
Does that fit the description of any snakes you've seen lately?
What about... a rocket?
NEXT photo. Did the Mayan's have light sabers like a Jedi Knight?
Or, skip to one of these photo's:
Dagon the fish god wearing the Pope's mitre? Click here.
A water canopy used to cover the earth? What would it look like? Click here.
Proof carved in stone depicting Nimrod's Tower of Babel? Click here.
Clay statues found in Sumeria that depict Neanderthals? Click here.
How did the continents really fit together before the Flood? Click here.
|Man within a
What is a Flying Serpent Cherub?
"Thou sealest up the *sum, full of wisdom, and perfect in beauty. Thou hast been in Eden, the garden
of God; every precious stone was thy covering, the sardius, topaz, and the diamond, the beryl, the
onyx, and the jasper, the sapphire, the emerald, and the carbuncle, and gold: the workmanship of thy
**tabrets and of thy pipes was prepared in thee in the day that thou wast created. Thou art the anointed
cherub that covereth; and I have set thee so: thou wast upon the holy mountain of God; thou hast
walked up and down in the midst of the stones of fire. Thou wast perfect in thy ways from the day
that thou wast created, till iniquity was found in thee. By the multitude of thy merchandise they have
filled the midst of thee with violence, and thou hast sinned: therefore I will cast thee as profane out of
the mountain of God: and I will destroy thee, O covering cherub, from the midst of the stones of fire.
Thine heart was lifted up because of thy beauty, thou hast corrupted thy wisdom by reason of thy
brightness: I will cast thee to the ground, I will lay thee before kings, that they may behold thee."
*The original flight configuration or pattern of the five cherubim...
**The pipes and sockets of a machine.
Lucifer was one of the five original cherubim. These golden, winged machines
carry the three-dimensional part of God through space in our three-dimensional
universe. Each cherub represented the highest of all flesh and blood created: the
pre-fall serpent, lion, eagle, ox, and man. Ezekiel describes the four remaining
cheubim in great detail (Ezekiel 1: 1-28). Isaiah referred to them as the
"Seraphim," which means "the burning ones." John described them as the "zoa"
or living creatures. John, Ezekiel, and Isaiah's description proves this as they are
describing the same four creatures surrounding God's throne. They are called the
cherubim by name. The five-pointed star with a circle around it used to represent
the overhead view of the five cherubim when united for flight to carry God's
throne. God's throne sat upon the pentagon-shaped base. The points of the star
pointed to each cherub. That's why the upside-down, encircled pentagram is
used by Devil worshippers as it depicts the "fallen" cherub instead of the cherub
that originally covered at the top. The illustration below best shows the overhead
flight configuration of the remaining four cherubim today. The large, center circle
Each cherub has a monitor in its midsection. It was through these television
monitors that John saw what he saw in Heaven. That's how he saw the future.
Lucifer was known as the legendary Moche god, Aiapaec. That name means,
"winged decapitator." Central and South American legends abound with stories
of this god that decaptitated entire tribes of men with his sword of revolving fire,
known as "Xiuhcoatl." Other names Lucifer was known by in South and Central
American legends were "Quetzalcoatl" and "Tezcatilpoca." Tezcatilpoca's name
means "smoking mirror," which describes an object that enabled him to observe
the activities of men and gods from afar. What was this object? His monitor, of
Now look at the photo below:
|Ancient depiction of
Excerpt from, Revelations: Alpha
But firstborn of the angels was you,
Lucifer. The brightest,wisest and
made from the finest gold. The
workmanship of your pipes and sockets
was prepared in you the day I created
We SEE LUCIFER'S golden serpent head, six helicopter-style wings, and hundreds
of electric-type bulbs covering his perfection, giving him a bright
appearance. With these lamps, he generates the color red in the rainbow over
The Red Dragon, in whose image the
serpent was made.
He's also covered with precious gemstones and in the center of his body near
his chest is an oval-shaped looking monitor.
Truly, you are the Prince of the Air.
Of the five cherubim created to carry
my throne, I placed you at the top.
All five cherubim attach to each other around God's throne. They complete a
five-pointed star with a circle or rim surrounding them, which connects to them
at each of the five points. Lucifer is at the top of the five-pointed star.
Each of the five cherubim now has five faces, showing how when they UNITE, they
SHARE each other's characteristics.
A large blue firmament is above them, containing air for God. The
pentagon-shaped base created in the center is the floor that God's Throne sits
upon and where the cherubim attach. The six wings of each cherub MORPH to four
wings as they UNITE. These wings are just beneath their five-faced heads.
As the cherubim land, their wings stop turning. Two of their blades point
toward the two blades of the nearest cherub. The other two blades drop down
beside each cherub, motionless.
OVERHEAD, their outstretched wings outline a five-pointed star. As the landing
process ends, we SEE a wheel within a wheel unfold from each cherub and set
down upon the ground.
Copyright 1999 by David Allen Rigsby