(republished from the Nara site)
14th May 2005
Yonder lies the Eagle, proud and strong.
Then cometh the Dragon spewing fire at the Eagle.
The Eagle fights back hard and swift;
But it is no match for the fiery Dragon.
The Dragon summons its favoured baby to the east
To storm the Eagle's nests to the baby's south and east,
Towards the Rising Sun.
Then retrieves the Dragon its rebellious child
When the Eagle's feathers are scattered.
Wherever the Eagle gathers, there will the corpses be.
In scattering the Eagle's feathers, the Dragon treads on a friend.
Furious and angered, the friend turns.
The Dragon sucks the Lion from the Eagle's clutches
As the Dragon and Bear march together in glory.
The downed Eagle is revived when up springs unsuspected aid
From the weak-appearing Eaglet to the South.
Once the Dragon's friend, the trodden Eaglet rises from the mountains to lash out
With vengeance as it wields unsuspected power in its battle with the Dragon.
The battle wages in the sky, sea and land for all to see.
The Dragon laughs.
And so the battle continues.
Note: My above revelation pertains to my recent interpretation that there are only THREE horsemen in the apocalypse of John the Divine. See: The New Revelation - John the Divine Versus the Anunnaki God.
© 2005 Dr. Amitakh Stanford & AHSAF