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A great King taken by the hands of a young man,
Not far from Easter confusion knife thrust:
Everlasting captive times what lightning on the top,
When three brothers will wound each other and murder.
The young man in this quatrain remains to pan out as Theodore Michaels of District Court 15-02-1 in Chester County.
That his attack has continued into the First Year of the Judgment is quite possibly linked to his efforts to have his son exonerated from being a victim of the racketeering prevalent in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania spearheaded by Sgts. Goggin and Sutton, et. al., of the Phoenixville Police Department.
The "everlasting captives" is reference to the parable of the sheep and the goats, where the wicked are thrown into eternal hell fire.
The three brothers are the first three kings of Persia foretold in Daniel 11:2; they have, tragically and basically, murdered each other.
This is the last possible Easter (March 27, 2016 A.D.) to which this quatrain can refer.