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Manifesto of Koresh

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The Seven Seals first (1st) seal was found at the intersection of Scroll Trench and the elder Helestone Ditch (where it once was). Located 2 ft (0.61m) East of Lt-Col William Hawley's 19 May 1923 unexcavated C6 right-angled triangle hypotenuse centre at a depth of 4.5 ft (1.37m) below ground level (GL), this westernmost first (1st) seal is now in British Museum. An EM (electromagnetic conductivity) survey of the remaining six (6) seals show them distributed at intervals of one seal per cubit (1.5 ft, 0.46m) as measured from the horizontal surface plane. These seals progressively deepen toward the East downward to EM detected Tabernacle's Gold, Silver, Brass, Iron below Helestone's face of a man (Ez. 1:10, 10:14; Rev. 4:7).

BEGINNING at the first (1st) Phocaea (Ionia) 600 BC produced electrum stater seal located along the bottom of Scroll Trench, a 7th-6th century BC earthwork at Stonehenge, said first (1st) seal found by Robert Newall on 19 May 1923 at the intersection of Scroll Trench and the elder Helestone Ditch (where it once was), and said first (1st) seal located 2 ft (0.61m) East of said Lt-Col William Hawley's 19 May 1923 unexcavated C6 right-angled triangle hypotenuse centre at a depth of 4.5 ft (1.37m) below ground level (GL) surface;

THENCE East 1.5ft (0.46m) down Scroll Trench to EM detected second (2nd) sealed seal;
THENCE East 1.5 ft (0.46m) down Scroll Trench to EM detected third (3rd) sealed seal;
THENCE East 2 ft (0.61m)) down Scroll Trench to EM detected fourth (4th) sealed seal;
THENCE East 2 ft (0.61m) down Scroll Trench to EM detected fifth (5th) sealed seal;
THENCE East 2.5 ft (0.76m) down Scroll Trench to EM detected sixth (6th) sealed seal;
THENCE East 2.5ft (0.76m) down Scroll Trench to EM detected seventh (7th) sealed seal;
THENCE East 3.0 ft (0.91m) down Scroll Trench to EM detected Gold, Silver, Brass, Iron;
THE THRONE BEGINNING; in the County of Wiltshire, Great Britain, United Kingdom.

David Koresh
O Lion of Judah
1st April 1993 a.m.