Random Peacock Quote

“The very same Cold Chilly Wind that Refreshes and Comforts the Hardworking Person, is the very same Cold Chilly Wind that makes the Slothful Person feel Miserable and Uncomfortable. Likewise, the very same Inspired Words of Provable Truth that Refresh and Comfort the Righteous Person, are the very same Words that make the Unrighteous Person feel Miserable and Uncomfortable. Yes, those Words even seem to Threaten such a Person, which can make that Person Do Strange Things — even unto the Point of Murdering the Most Righteous Person who Lives.” source

Justifications for Symbols, Creatures, and Characters!

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Justification of Symbols, Creatures, and Characters!

Symbols can Subtly Explain Mysteries, which would otherwise be Hidden from the Masses of People, who seldom if ever Consider the Symbolism within the Bible, which is perhaps the most Symbolical Book on God’s Green Earth, even though, when Compared with the Hundreds of Symbolical Books of the Colorful Peacock from Angel Ridge, it falls far Short of being the Collective most Symbolical Work, which is otherwise known as The TALE of The PEACOCK and The ROPE of HOPE, which is an Extremely Complicated Dialog between all Kinds of Creatures and Characters, whom the Colorful Peacock IMPERSONATES: because it is his Objective to Reveal the Truth concerning ALL Subjects that are Important for us to Learn. However, that is not to say that you should not Bother to Learn any other Information: because the Peacock cannot Address ALL Subjects — even though he would like to — because he is Limited by Time, Nerve Endurance, and by the Holy Spirit, who Restricts the Information that we get. Nevertheless, this Inspired Booklet contains Explanations for Symbols, Creatures, and Characters within Swangkee Literature.

An Explanation for the Symbols, Creatures, and Characters
that are Used within the Inspired Writings of Ray Walter Swangkee

Cover Image: 

A Mexican Fruit Market

A Mexican Fruit Market

Like Symbols of Various Kinds, Fruits Represent the Plants that they came from, even as Animals Represent Various Creatures and Characters in the Tale of the Peacock. 

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“O my Son, it was Jesus Christ, 'the Lamb of God,' who referred to the Scribes and Pharisees as Poisonous Vipers, while calling King Herod that Sly Old Fox, while calling his Disciples the White Sheep of the Good Shepherd: because they had Pure Bowels and Clean Minds, while those Poisonous Vipers had Unclean Bowels and Evil Minds, just like their Offspring, who Hate these Words of Truth.” — A Proverb of the Peacock