Proposed: Three building auction complex, with hotel on 156 acres South of Indianapolis, to serve the 5- state area of all auction needs.
Plan view of the South East quadrant of the hotel, mall, and in the center of the building are the auction arenas. Everything is the same as in segment # 23
except the bridge, and it goes to the car auction house. In segment # 22
the bridge goes to the furniture building.
Not shown in the drawings are the sky lights in the middle of all the hall ways every 12’. They are made of concrete 4” thick with a ¾” rectangular recessed in each panel inside and out and leaving a border of 4” all around the panel, to receive a sand casting of a decorative design. The sky light will be 2’ wide 12’ long and 42” high with a clear hard domed shaped plastic cover securely fastened.
The sides of the skylight will have Roman figures cast into the concrete, or in some cases sand castings that can take the ware of people brushing by them, and can be bolted on at different places.
There will be no way a person can place an object on top without it not falling off. There will be low voltage lighting at each end on the inside of the sky light for different decorations depending on the time of the year. This will make for a festive atmosphere for a holiday as you traverse down the hall way. The stem wall will be poured with the curved base on the hall side and on the other side will have a 3” curved form that will stay in place, and form the ceiling below to the sky light stem wall. These two pieces will be fastened together as one piece, and bracing with the same curvature nailed to the plywood deck to make the form for the concrete. Drawings with the design for this will be shown in detail in another segment showing the hall floor and sky lite.
The rectangle sky light will be poured off site and placed after the floor is poured. This type of skylight will bring light from the roof to the basement without using 100% electrical light coverage for the same area. At night different colored neon light tubes will light up the hall ways behind a 2’ protruding 6” concrete shelf 8’ above the floor. Also on this shelf is the dry sprinkler system that feeds the hotel rooms. Different hall ways could have a combination of colors of the neon lighting, like from the lobby to the mall area. With neon lighting the cost to power the lighting system could be reduced significantly.
If the hotel has several conventions going on at the same time then each person staying at the hotel is given a designated light color for their convention. This colored light can be turned on in the room, and is displayed above the room door in the hallway. If hotel guests want to receive conventioneers to their room to show off their displays they just turn on the designated light switch. This saves a lot of time walking up and down the halls to see if anyone is open to receive guests. With this light system one glance down the hall will tell you that some rooms are open. The lights are in a vertical placement so they can be readily distinguished.
If there are numerous conventions going on at the same time then a two lite systems will be used. One blue for #1 convention, red for another, then a red and a green combination for another and the combinations are exponential with 5 color combinations.
These lights will not be confused with the lesser light in the wall next to the door at a lower level 3’ above the floor. Have you ever walked down a hotel corridor and have to walk around a tray of dishes? To me this really is repulsive. There will be an opening in the wall with a door on each side of the wall that will hold 3 trays of dirty dishes on three racks. The door on the inside of the hotel room will open with a lever type handle and will allow access to the opening in the wall. When the dirty dishes are inside and on the racks, and the inside door is closed, and locked a green light will come on indicating there are dirty dishes to be picked up. Both doors cannot be opened at the same time allowing only one to be opened at a time for security reasons. The maid will have a key to unlock the door in the hallway and pick up the dirty dishes. All of these little things make for a pleasant stay at this hotel.
Rolling scaffolding 4’ high x 4’ wide x 6’ long that will roll over the sky light in the hall way will be used to place decorations in each end of the sky light. A 3’ step platform on one end of the scaffolding platform will allow a person to reach the hanging point for the decoration and connect the vow voltage connector.
We are open for suggestions for the improvement, and design from anyone who is inclined in such matters with the experience in the field of hotel management or design.
The character of the Antichrist
A Dynamic Deceiver
Antichrist will seem to be a man of peace when he first appears. In Revelation 6:2 he portrayed as riding on a white horse, wearing a crown, holding a bow without arrows, and achieving great success. He will be hailed as a great emancipator [Rev. 13: 3-4]. He will be so clever that the nation of Israel will be deceived by him. Jesus warned, “I have come in My Father’s name, and you do not receive Me, if another comes in his own name, him you will receive” [ Jn. 5: 43].
An Arrogant Blasphemer
As Soon as Antichrist dares to show his true colors, he will become an open, bold blasphemer. We read, “Then the king shall do according to his own will: he shall exalt and magnify himself above every god, shall speak blasphemies against the God of gods…. He shall regard neither the God [or gods] of his fathers…nor regard any god; for he shall exalt himself above them all” [Dan.11:36-37].
Paul described him as “ the son of perdition, who opposes and exalts himself above all that is called God or that is worshiped, so that he sits as God [or ’a god’] in the temple of God, showing himself that he is God” [2 Th. 2: 3-4].
The apostle John said that he will have “a blasphemous name” [ Rev.13: 1] and that he will open “his mouth in blasphemy against God, to blaspheme His name, His tabernacle, and those who dwell in heaven” [13:6].
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