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The Elephant in the Room Has Been Ignited! (Update:2) — 6 Comments

  1. So grateful for your gift, your calling and your obedience as an intercessor who literally always “PRAYS THROUGH” to the finish with the confirmations of several witnesses and proof of the divine intervention. There is so much information here filled with the backlash possible and need for holding the ground for those prayer warriors in the countries targeted. Great is your reward, Veronika. God richly bless you, Sandi

  2. Dearest Veronika, This dream is pregnant with meaning, and being an American on National Tax Day it has profound significance. Of course The Repubilcan Party here’s symbol is an elephant. The well is too deep to begin any interpretation here. Given the depth of what has been offered, I’d love to see Noble’s thoughts on this dream. Clearly we are in a time of crisis and impending chaos worldwide. Yet God assures us of His sovereignty and hand on all.Thank you for your faithfulness and diligence to continue to be a source of Divine messaging for His Ekklesia. Love and gratitude, Tom

  3. About a month ago I had a dream about bombs and cyber attacks hiding in plain sight. We need to be awake and listening to the promptings of Holy Spirit.

  4. War elephants were used in Iranian military history, most notably in Achaemenid, Seleucid, and Sasanian periods. These were Asian elephants recruited from the southern provinces of Iran and India, but also possibly Syrian elephants from Syria and western Iran.

    The men (excluding the driver) sat in a large tower from which troops would fight. The elephant itself would normally be armed with thin plate armour (the Sassanids used chain mail as well as thin plate armour) and would bear a large crenelated wooden howdah on its back.

    Persians used war elephants at the Battle of Gaugamela in 331 BC. The battle raged between king Alexander the Great of Macedon and king Darius III of Persia. The Persians had 15 Indian-trained war elephants, which were placed at the centre of the Persian line, and they made such an impression on the Macedonian troops that Alexander felt the need to sacrifice to the God of Fear the night before the battle. Despite this the Persians lost the battle, relinquishing the Achaemenid empire to Alexander.

    Some claim that they had been used previously in the Greek campaign of King Xerxes I of Persia, and even further back at the time of Darius the Great at the Indus, the Danube and against the Scythians in 512 BC. Neither Xenophon nor Herodotus mention war elephants in their accounts of these earlier campaigns.

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