Rotherham(i) 1 And once again I lifted mine eyes, and looked, and lo! four chariots, coming forward from between two mountains,—now, the mountains, were mountains of copper. 2 In the first chariot, were red horses,—and, in the second chariot, black horses; 3 and, in the third chariot, white horses,—and, in the fourth chariot, horses spotted, deep red. 4 Then began I, and said, unto the messenger who was speaking with me,—What are these, my lord? 5 And the messenger answered, and said unto me,—These, are the four winds of the heavens, coming forward after each hath presented itself near the Lord of all the earth. 6 They in whose chariot are the black horses, are going forth into the land of the North, and, the white, have gone forth after them,—and, the spotted, have gone forth into the land of the South; 7 and, the deep red, have come forward and sought to go their way, that they might journey to and fro in the land, so he said, Go your way, journey to and fro in the land,—and they journeyed to and fro in the land. 8 Then made he outcry beside me, and spake unto me, saying,—See, these who are going forth into the land of the North, have settled my spirit in the land of the North.