THE Michelangelo explanation is bonk. Look, if a man named Michelangelo did happen to design the original Bastion Forts, which in turn inspired hundreds of other star fortifications across our realm, then the evidence will show that he ripped off a worldwide Bastion power grid that had already existed centuries prior. Medieval cities were shaped by the same sacred geometry, but history has failed to tell us about it. Michelangelo invented nothing. Plagiarized maybe. But that’s assuming he sketched the first blueprints to begin with. They’re everywhere. Bastion fort cities. The sheer number of them are awe inspiring. I will show you a baker’s dozen examples in a moment. Before I do though, we should break for another Bible lesson. Because the cities themselves are important to the Millennial Kingdom narrative. See for yourself.
14 And I will bring again the captivity of my people of Yashar’el, and they shall build the waste cities, and inhabit them; and they shall plant vineyards, and drink the wine thereof; they shall plant vineyards and drink the wine thereof; they shall also make gardens and eat the fruit of them.
Amoc (Amos) 9:14 [Cepher]
There is far more happening in this short passage than the current topic allows for. First and foremost, the context has Yashar’el being brought out of captivity. Before anyone harps on the historical land of Yashar’el being the destination of her restored people, I have already shown that to be untrue. The ten tribes of Yashar’el were never returned to the prior land, nor was it rebuilt during the Kingdom. No, they were given a completely different land for an inheritance. You can read about that in my ‘Cities of the Millennial Kingdom’ paper, under the section: People of the Covenant. I recommend reading the entire thing. Here is the short of it though. Ephrayim was established in the United Kingdom. If you did happen to read it, then you’ll know the set-apart were granted cities to inhabit all across our realm, not just Britain.
Which is what I wanted you to see in Amos 9:14. The rebuilding and inhabiting of waste cities is an important plot point to the reign of Yahusha Ha’Mashiach upon the earth. It would only make sense that the priests of said kingdom would construct cities which advocated the spiritual as well as physical health of their inhabitants. I’m not sure who deserves the patent then for the bastion design, but between you and me, Mikha’el the archangel sounds far more reliable than the Italian sculptor of David’s buttocks. Well, here are some of the city blueprints which I was able to track down for your consideration.
You can read the full report in the PDF below. It is an addition to my ‘Star Forts of the Millennial Kingdom’ paper.