Revelations 1 - This is the Revelation given by God to Jesus Christ. It was given to him so that he might show his servants what must shortly happen......
verses 3-4 - A message from Christ to the churches (The New English Bible)
It is a reasonable speculation that Jesus knew the meaning in the messages to the 7 named churches and in verse 20 we are told
'Here is the secret meaning.....................' which relates to stars, lamps of gold and angels (or messengers)
It is quite reasonable to assume that there was something special and secret about the 7 locations selected for the start of Revelations and to find that the last 5 locations correlate to a particular bearing line is very strange as this bearing line then goes to the Holy Land at a significant location. The last named church Laodicea is exactly on the bearing line and in the text the message to this church says
'I know all your ways; you are neither hot nor cold.......' Chapter 3 15-16
There have been many suggested alignments of sites in the past but this one has a particular significance because of the links to the Book of Revelations. You might ridicule the idea and simply dismiss it as a coincidence but the fact remains that ancient sites in the Holy Land and Eastern Mediterranean area do align to bearing lines from one particular location in Wiltshire, southern Britain, and that location just happens to be the site of Temple Farm identified by David Furlong and discussed in his book The Keys to the Temple.
You may make of it what you will but the bearings are out there on the landscape and the comments in the Book of Revelations would appear to confirm it.
Other UM users may feel that this ancient Landscape Geometry could be important in our understanding of this last book of the bible and that it is worth considering if this is a sign that we may be at a time of Revelation.
As is likely quite apparent to any of the other interested readers/contributors of/to these pages, this extended discourse has been based upon little more than your failed attempt to justify your own personal belief system, and the interpretations of such, through the incorporation of demonstrably irrelevant elements.
It would not be my position or intent to (for the most part) critique or defame the belief systems of others. Such matters are generally quite personal and subjective. However, when one attempts to justify a belief system based upon easily falsifiable information, such aspects will be called into question.
You may find that your fantasy would be better suited to one of the other headings of these pages.
Should you ever make the effort to research and present worthwhile information, will be pleased to discuss such.