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The noble native looks out upon the sea as the ships roll in bringing their relentless war cries and desire for dominion.

the enemies of the nations have always came from the sea. The process did not end in ancient times it is ongoing, the laws of the sea become the laws of the land, and by ruling the oceans, the global elite now rule the nations. Courts, police, politics etc are all built up from maritime law, it is no surprise that political secret societies display the skull and bones, we are under the illusion of democracy but are living under piracy.
A simple example of maritime law becoming he ‘law of the land’ is that not so long ago people never needed certificates for their death and birth and so on, it was then under common law, people had no number or piece of paper to prove their existence, in fact I should think those ‘primitive’ ancestors of ours may have laughed at the thought of it or been appalled by the implications.
But with ships and international commerce came the need to keep ‘tabs’ and monitor their goods. The dock produced ‘berth certificates’ for incoming ships, and there were ‘death certificates’ for decomissioned vessels. Soon these laws are extended onto the populous of all the nations, so that people become commodities of the elite, we are produce and have the certificates to prove it, next it is ID cards then microchips until the matrix will be a reality show.
The global elite have gown so rich and powerful by means of the sea, yet they will be cast down in one foul swoop

Rev 18:17 For in one hour so great riches is come to nought. And every shipmaster, and all the company in ships, and sailors, and as many as trade by sea, stood afar off,
Rev 18:19 And they cast dust on their heads, and cried, weeping and wailing, saying, Alas, alas, that great city, wherein were made rich all that had ships in the sea by reason of her costliness! For in one hour is she made desolate.

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Comments

  • linaji
    linajiover 6 years ago

    wow is that an interesting read and view.. Our bleeding into our stuff.. our stuff our selves.. Brilliant work.. and Hello friend!

  • margpie
    margpieover 6 years ago

    this is like how i feel after watching an epic movie, The words, the image just everything about it screams brilliance, you are very talented my friend, love your work :)

  • ooh yes marg, lovely words my friend, especially the end of a movie – i sat back and imagined the credits rolling up, would be perfect

    – Matthew Scotland

  • Jeff Schauss
    Jeff Schaussover 6 years ago

    Stunning Piece, Matt. ,Keep them coming, You’re like the lone voice crying out in the wilderness … Jeff

  • thanks Jeff my friend, that quote is a long-standing favourite of mine, simple words from thousands of years ago that render the flowery adjectives of modern intellectualism useles. the spirit moves us both to fill the canvas with his glory

    – Matthew Scotland

  • Chris Clark
    Chris Clarkover 6 years ago

    fantastic piece of work Matt

  • Tahnja
    Tahnjaover 6 years ago

    we are but pawns on the chessboard but thankfully the one playing the pieces for us Christians is the hand of God. If we allow Him to guide us and place us where we need to be then all the moves will be right and we will never fall into the position of checkmate. We are cornered only by God. He is everywhere and all about us and in that knowledge we are freed from the grip of evil, the dark side of the game.

    Your work is full of such wonderful truth, stark honesty and truth. I really admire you Matthew. You really have a great gift.

  • i agree T, christ sets us free from the darkness of this world, his offer stands for us all and yet biblically speaking, the world will fall in worship before the antichrist. witnessing the state of this society and even the state of christianity in these end times, i am moved to paint the world in all its hellish splendour. you balance these dark visions of mine with your shining love of christ, i look forwrad to our ongoing journey under his guidance : )

    – Matthew Scotland

  • Miraart
    Miraartover 6 years ago

    Great work! I like that way that you expression it!

  • thanks dobromira, i love to be expressive

    – Matthew Scotland

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