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    The Thrones are a class of celestial beings mentioned by Paul the Apostle in Colossians 1:16 and related to the Throne of God. They are living symbols of God's justice and authority. According to the New Testament, these high celestial beings are among those Orders at the Christ's service. The Thrones are mentioned again in Revelation 11:16. According to Matthew Bunson, the corresponding order of angels in Judaism is called the "abalim" or "arelim"/"erelim", but this opinion is far from unrivaled. The Hebrew word Erelim is usually not translated 'Thrones', but rather 'valiant ones', 'heroes', 'warriors'. The function ascribed to Erelim in Is. 33.7 and in Jewish folklore is not consonant with the lore surrounding the Thrones. The Ophanim is a class of higher liberated celestial beings, under many Christian angelic hierarchies, that are also known as the "Thrones", from Daniel 7:9. They are the carriers of the Throne of God, hence the name. They are said to be great wheels covered in eyes.

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    The numerical value of thrones in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

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    The numerical value of thrones in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

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  1. Kit Harington:

    It pre-dated 'Thrones' and it did things that we're ('Game of Thrones') now credited for (doing in) changing drama, i think there's always shows before really huge ones that do that and I think 'Spooks' did do that.

  2. Roger Lawson:

    I'd much rather sit around naked and eat ice cream and watch Game of Thrones.

  3. Louis Leterrier:

    But my thing was never to emulate or to become the next' Game of Thrones,'.

  4. Chris McKenna:

    I think Americans would love to have a royal family, they're all about celebrity -- the Kennedys and Camelot, the fairy tale. But it doesn't always play out like that, does it? There's deaths, divorces, scandal. I'd say it was more like 'The Game of Thrones.'.

  5. Alexander Siddig:

    Everybody is paranoid about some leak on Facebook or Instagram or YouTube… I think the secrecy is kind of understandable, but also there is an element of hype about it that makes it… the more secretive it is, the more special it is. And certainly ‘Game of Thrones’ plays that. They misinform the crowd and they give them tidbits to send them in wrong directions.

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