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Subject There are no coincidences.....John Milton and the Paradise Fire...
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Original Message The fire started on November 8, 2018, in Butte County, in Northern California.

The fire forced the evacuation of Paradise, Magalia, Centerville, Concow, Pulga, Butte Creek Canyon, and Yankee Hill and threatened the communities of Butte Valley, Chico, Forest Ranch, Helltown, Inskip, Oroville, and Stirling City.[13][14] Within the first day, the fire essentially destroyed the community of Concow and the town of Paradise....



Lived: Dec 09, 1608 - Nov 08, 1674 (age 65)

From 1674 to 2018= 344 years

Strong's Concordance
anakamptó: to turn back, to return
Definition: to turn back, to return
Usage: I bend or turn back; I return.

Matthew 2:12 And having been warned in a dream not to go back to Herod, they returned to their country by another route.

What was milton's purpose in writing Paradise Lost?

John Milton’s epic poem tells the story of Adam and Eve, from their creation and life of bliss in the Garden of Eden (Paradise) to their Fall and expulsion from the Garden, hence the title, Paradise Lost. The main focus is the spiritual forces involved in the heavenly realm.
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