It seems that the 1950s and 2020 have another connection – the NUMBER SEVEN.
In the article about the Final Overturn of The Stone, The Declaration of Scotland is included because it explained why the four Scottish nationalists chose Arbroath Abbey to deposit the "so-called" stone. Ian Hamilton even said, it was a fitting place, because the declaration, written at the Abbey, read, "We fight not for glory, nor for wealth nor honour, but only and alone for freedom, which no man surrenders but with his life."
The Biblical Significance of Seven was decoded in The Horseman of the Apocalypse and The Two Witnesses
SEVEN - The number of completeness in Scripture – and there are many references to the number seven throughout The Bible.
• Zechariah 3:9 For behold the Stone that I have laid before Joshua; upon this One Stone [shall be] seven eyes (all eyes - in Scripture seven represents completeness): behold, I will cut out and form the shape thereof, saith the "I AM" Lord of hosts, and I will remove the inequity of that land in one day - JAHTruth.net/stone
• The northern Kingdom of Israel continued to exist for some time, but by her disobedience and idolatry she brought upon herself the punitive clauses of The Law. Thus she was condemned to suffer a long period of seven prophetic times of chastisement and banishment from the homeland - JAHTruth.net/mastplan.
What is also interesting is that the letter Robert Bruce wrote to the Irish kings was found in the 1950s (thereabouts), as identified by Professor Sean Duffy, Trinity College, in a program from the History Documentary Channel.
Start at minute 27:21 and run it to approximately min 37:00.
Duffy believes the letter was written in 1306, but what the letter said is important – Bruce knew of the ancient bond between the Scots and Irish, which has been explained on JAHTruth Ireland pages.
Robert Bruce hoped to arouse a sense of Celtic brotherhood. He sent a remarkable letter addressed to all the Irish chieftains.
"We and our people and you and your people", he proclaimed," free since ancient times, share the same national ancestry and are urged to come together more eagerly and joyfully in friendship by a common language and by common custom. We have sent to you our beloved kinsman (Edward Bruce), the bearer of this letter, to negotiaite with you in our name about permanently maintaining and strengthening the special friendship between us and you, so that with God's will your nation may be able to recover her ancient liberty." (The Bruce's In Ireland, pt.3)
Back to the Scottish Declaration:
The declaration letter was drafted 6 April 1320 – which makes the Year 2020 the 700th anniversary.
A Call -
If someone can find a copy of Robert Bruce's letter to the Irish (not the pope or king of England), and the entire text of the letter, please post here, with links to copy it. Thank you.
It was featured in the video above: