Much will be written about Q, "The Plan to Save the World" and this era in American History.
The painting "Let My People Go" explores the unique life of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Jr. and the parallels to the life and mission of Moses of the Old Testament.
Inspired by Q drops and the Facebook platform, "R They Alive, John F. Kennedy, Jr...." and the fact that John might indeed be alive, I began to compare JFK Jr. and Moses.
I saw the duality of both men born in prestigious but dangerous circumstances and fleeing into "the desert" yet to return as leaders to complete God's Mission of "Let My People Go!".
In this painting there is a suggestion of the little boy "John John" peering out from his father's desk in the Oval Office, but now he is a mature man peering out from the center of Q.
The vertical flames joined with the Q remind us of the cabinet door of the desk but they descend into flames of the small private plane that exploded near "Martha's Vineyard" in 1999. There we find the memory of his father, President Kennedy.
John's garment has 17 stars among red, white and blue stripes of the American flag. His wrist bands are made of sheep skin, not gold or leather, for he is a gentle and humble servant of the Lord. John carries the staff of God and the tablets of the Ten Commandments.
After many years in the desert of anonymity, I hope JFK Jr. will return in his God-inspired mission to bring healing to a hurting world and spread the Light of Truth to all!
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