Yes, you have it exactly correct. To add to this:
1. Each horseman controls 1/4 of the earth. It states that the Green/Pale horseman has power over 1/4 of the earth and the other 3 therefore have power each over the remaining 3 quarters.
2. The horsemen also represent North (white or black), South (green), East (red), West (white or black)
3. Most of traditional Christianity today is actually either under the control of the white or the black (christian money lovers) horseman.
4. Represented in exact historical sequence by Constantine (white), Atilla the Hun (red, holds the sword of Mars), Odoacer (black - part Roman, part Germanic), Muhammed (green)
5. From ~600AD, Muhammed's green horse has taken about 1400 years to fulfill power over 1/4 of the earth (~1.5 billion out of 6 billion).
6. After the green horseman is the time of the 5th seal. It is a very long time (from ~600AD - present) as the scriptures testify Rev 6:9 And when he had opened the fifth seal, ... How long, O Lord,"
7. The rapture only comes after the 6th seal, we don't have to guess, it will be obvious to all on earth - the sun will be eclipsed by an extra-solar object.
in Jesus' Name,
"Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse ..."
In Re: Fay’s article on the color of the horses…
The White Horse – represents Catholicism … the Pope is always in white, right down to his white Prada shoes (yes – the Pope wears Prada); even the Popemobile is white.
The Red Horse – represents Communism … all their flags are predominately red, Red China, etc.
The Black Horse – represents Capitalism … Capitalists like to run in the black ink – the scales or balances represent commerce.
The Green Horse – represents Islam – green flags; notice the huge green doors on the Dome of the Rock.
All horses have been riding for some time, with the Green Horse recently closing the gap. Of course the horses are “bridled” or “reined-in” due to the restraining power of the Roash Ha Kodesh. Once He is removed - then they are free to run amok.
May our Lord continue to bless your work …
Palm Harbor, FLA